Panama stunned by sect killings

Panama stunned by sect killings

Several open bibles, messages alluding to Satan, piled up clothes and several musical instruments can still be seen in the makeshift church in the Altos de Terrón indigenous community in Panama, where last week a religious sect allegedly sacrifice...
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Police on site after at least eight killed in shootings in Germany

Police on site after at least eight killed in shootings in Germany

Police are on the scene after at least eight people were killed in two shootings near the German city of Frankfurt, with an unknown number of attackers still at large.
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Thousands of women rally for abortion law in Argentina

Thousands of women rally for abortion law in Argentina

Thousands of women wave and hold up the green scarves that have become the symbol of Argentina's abortion rights movement, during a protest in Buenos Aires to campaign for a new bill to legalise abortion.
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Thousands of women protest for abortion rights in Argentina's capital

Thousands of women protest for abortion rights in Argentina's capital

Thousands of women brandish green scarves and gather in front of Argentina's Congress to demand that the country legalise abortion, a year after conservatives narrowly blocked its decriminalisation, leaving the country bitterly divided over the is...
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Brazilian office worker becomes an LGBT+ icon

Brazilian office worker becomes an LGBT+ icon

Fernando Magrin is the sales manager for American Airlines in Brazil. He is also a drag-queen in his free time. A few years ago, he created one of Sao Paulo Carnival's biggest street parties: The "Bloco MinhoQueens", which attracted 200,000 people...
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Harvey Weinstein leaves court as jury ends day two deliberations

Harvey Weinstein leaves court as jury ends day two deliberations

Harvey Weinstein leaves court as jurors in his high-profile sex crimes trial end a second day of deliberations without reaching a verdict. The disgraced movie mogul, 67, faces life in prison if the jury of seven men and five women convict him of a...
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China craving for Senegal peanuts rattles local business

China craving for Senegal peanuts rattles local business

Large peanut orders from Chinese traders have cut Senegal's traditional selling season short this year, rewarding farmers with fat profits but leaving local buyers with slim pickings.
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Tough weather kills 48,000ha crops in central Colombia

Tough weather kills 48,000ha crops in central Colombia

A layer of frost covers dry crops in central Colombia, where worried farmers are lamenting this year's particularly strong damage - one which experts say isn't due to climate change.
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Rat race: rodents become talking point of Paris polls

Rat race: rodents become talking point of Paris polls

Above the sewers in which they dwell, rats have become the focal point of Paris's municipal campaigns, with incumbent mayor Anne Hidalgo putting forward new generation bins supposed to deprive them of food, while the opposition boasts of having se...
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US: Asian Americans warn of 'xenophobia' over coronavirus outbreak

US: Asian Americans warn of 'xenophobia' over coronavirus outbreak

As the usually bustling streets of Chinatown in Los Angeles are mostly deserted amid fears about the coronavirus outbreak, Asian Americans say they are being unfairly associated with the disease. "The thing that I am actually most concerned about ...
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Syrian father and three-year-old daughter laugh off the shelling

Syrian father and three-year-old daughter laugh off the shelling

In Syria's Idlib, there's no escaping the war, so Abdullah al-Mohammed says the only way he found to reassure his daughter Salwa was to turn the shelling into a game. A video in which the three-year-old laughs every time an explosion goes off went...
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Weinstein arrives at court as jury returns for second day of deliberations

Weinstein arrives at court as jury returns for second day of deliberations

Ex-Hollywood titan Harvey Weinstein arrives at the Manhattan Criminal Court, in New York, as jurors return for the second day of deliberations in his high-profile sex crimes trial.
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Singapore wildlife reserve showcases baby animals

Singapore wildlife reserve showcases baby animals

A White rhino calf runs and rolls in the mud while a pair of red-shanked douc langur babies enjoy their new-found pastime of swinging between trees. Over 660 babies were born and hatched at Wildlife Reserves Singapore last year.
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The abandoned and destroyed Syrian city of Atarib

The abandoned and destroyed Syrian city of Atarib

Aerial shots of the abandoned Syrian city of Atarib, located in the western countryside of Aleppo, show the destruction of the city amid military operations and bombardment of the Syrian regime and its Russian ally. Nearly 900,000 people have been...
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Thousands attend funeral of murdered seven-year-old girl in Mexico

Thousands attend funeral of murdered seven-year-old girl in Mexico

Thousands of residents from Tulyehualco, southeast of Mexico City, attend the funeral of a seven-year-old girl who was found dead on 11 February, a crime that sparked an uproar in the violence-wracked country.
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SpaceX's Crew Dragon

SpaceX's Crew Dragon

Short videographic on the SpaceX project. SpaceX announced a new partnership Tuesday to send four tourists deeper into orbit than any private citizen before them, in a mission that could take place by 2022 and easily cost more than $100 million.
Get away from it all...in space

Get away from it all...in space

Videographic showing how holidays in space may soon become the latest craze. SpaceX has announced a new partnership to send four tourists deeper into orbit than any private citizen before them, in a mission that could take place by 2022 and easily...
Taiwan military shows off furry new members of narcotics squad

Taiwan military shows off furry new members of narcotics squad

Taiwan's military police shows off the latest recruits to its narcotics squad -- three dogs named Zander, Enoch and Hardy -- at a drug-finding demonstration in Taipei on Wednesday. The dogs are the military's first canine narcotics squad, and 15 m...
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Afghan artist brushes aside disability to open arts centre

Afghan artist brushes aside disability to open arts centre

Unable to use her hands, arms, or legs, Afghan artist Robaba Mohammadi has defied the odds in a country that routinely discriminates against women and disabled people. Today, the 19-year-old's works sell and exhibit internationally, and she is so ...
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Milan fashion week kicks off with a solidarity campaign for China

Milan fashion week kicks off with a solidarity campaign for China

Milan's Fashion week kicked off with a solidarity campaign for China called “China, we are with you”. The week began with a dance performance and the fashion show of New York based Chinese designer Han Wen.
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Breaking news and barriers: South Korea's first female anchor

Breaking news and barriers: South Korea's first female anchor

South Korea's first ever female primetime main news anchor Lee So-joeong signals a change in conservative news broadcasting.
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Isolated Myanmar tribe prays for harvest

Isolated Myanmar tribe prays for harvest

A haunting refrain pierces the night as the tribeswomen of the Gongwang Bonyo, among the most isolated people in Myanmar, dance around a campfire to bless the harvest ahead.
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Indian superfan pays tribute to Donald Trump

Indian superfan pays tribute to Donald Trump

A Donald Trump superfan honours the American President with prayers ahead of his trip to India.
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Future Fabrics expo aims to revolutionise fashion with materials

Future Fabrics expo aims to revolutionise fashion with materials

At the ninth edition of the Future Fabrics Expo in London, the textile industry showcases new and cleaner materials. 'The Sustainable Angle', a non-profit organisation, founded the expo to help revolutionise the fashion industry. At a time when fa...
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Passengers leave Japan virus ship after 14-day quarantine

Passengers leave Japan virus ship after 14-day quarantine

Buses start transporting passengers who have tested negative for the new coronavirus as they begin leaving a cruise ship in Japan that has seen more than 500 cases of the potentially deadly disease.
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