British PM Boris Johnson addresses supporters, 2 days away from decisive poll

British PM Boris Johnson addresses supporters, 2 days away from decisive poll

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson addresses a rally in Uttoxeter, as Britain's election campaign enters its frenetic final straight. Johnson's centre-right Conservatives are ahead in polling.
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Australia: A NGO serves meals to communities devastated by bushfires

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Volunteers serve up a thousand meals a day to communities devastated by bushfires in New South Wales, Australia.
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Donald Trump leaves the White House to head to Floria

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US President Donald Trump departs the South Lawn of the White House to attend the winter meeting of the Republican National Committee at his Doral resort in Florida.
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French animal sanctuary uses expertise to help Australia's orphaned marsupials

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French union holds torch-lit protest in Paris against pension reform

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France's CGT union holds a torch-lit protest on Place de la République in Paris, on the eve of a seventh nationwide day of protests against pension reform.
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'We are not winning war' on climate change, UN chief warns in Davos

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The world is losing the war against climate change, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres tells business leaders at the Davos forum, urging rapid action to prevent humanity being doomed.
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As Venezuelans celebrate the 62nd anniversary of the fall of the dictatorship of Marcos Perez Jimenez, thousands gather in Caracas for a pro-government march against 'imperialism'. Opposition protesters are also due to rally on the first anniversa...
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Top UN court orders Myanmar to prevent Rohingya genocide

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