Stories from Idlib: Aminah

Stories from Idlib: Aminah

"I went to gather what was left of my stuff from my home, and that's when I felt displaced." Aminah spoke out about how she was forced to leave her home to escape the intense bombing and air strikes that destroyed her village in Maaret al Numan, ...
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Family reunites with daughter reportedly kidnapped by PKK terror group

Family reunites with daughter reportedly kidnapped by PKK terror group

A family has finally reunited with their daughter, who they say was kidnapped by PKK terrorists five years ago. This is the seventh reunion since sit-in protests outside the HDP office began in Diyarbakir on September 3, 2019.
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Chinese coronavirus patients dance in quarantine units to break daily routine

Chinese coronavirus patients dance in quarantine units to break daily routine

Coronavirus patients inside a makeshift hospital in China's Hubei province are learning ethnic dance moves to stay fit and positive under quarantine. The outbreak has killed more than 1,800 people across China. #China #coronavirus #quarantine
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Syrian regime soldiers desecrate graves in Aleppo

Syrian regime soldiers desecrate graves in Aleppo

New footage shows Syrian regime soldiers desecrating graves in the town of Hayyan in northwestern Aleppo. The regime soldiers did the same in Idlib nine days ago. #Aleppo #SyrianWar #graves
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What is Wahhabism?

What is Wahhabism?

An austere ideology and its reach has influenced much of the globe. Here is a look at the roots and reach of Wahhabism. #Wahhabism #AbdAlWahhab #IbnTaymiyyah
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Chinese medics risk contracting coronavirus

Chinese medics risk contracting coronavirus

Chinese medics are risking their lives to fight the spread of the coronavirus. Authorities said that 1,700 are infected, which accounts for almost 3.8 percent of all those infected in China. #Coronavirus #China #quarantine
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Filipina mothers patrol streets to curb drug war killings

Filipina mothers patrol streets to curb drug war killings

A women's patrol group keeps a watch on the narrow lanes and alleys of a Manila suburb where a death squad once roamed. Pateros was terrorised by attackers in hoods and ski masks, locally known as the "bonnet gang." These women are now keeping the...
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Syrian man and daughter play unusual game to cope with bombings

Syrian man and daughter play unusual game to cope with bombings

"We're going to laugh when it drops." A Syrian father teaches his daughter to laugh each time they hear a bombing or warplane. They play this unusual game to cope with the Russian-backed regime strikes on Idlib. #Idlib #syria #SyriaIdlib
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Dog just wants to take a free kick

Dog just wants to take a free kick

A dog was on a mission to show off its skills and take a free kick in the middle of the Karagumruk v Giresunspor football match in Istanbul, Turkey. #Dogs #Football #Animals
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Syrian pound continues to plummet

Syrian pound continues to plummet

Over the last nine years of war, the Syrian currency lost more than 20 times its value, increasing the rate of poverty among the Syrian people. #syria #Pound #Economy #Lebanon
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UAE and its American mercenaries to be investigated for war crimes in Yemen

UAE and its American mercenaries to be investigated for war crimes in Yemen

UAE and its American mercenaries are being taken to court in the US, the UK and Turkey, on allegations of torture and war crimes against civilians in Yemen between 2015 and 2019. British law firm Stoke White has filed a complaint accusing the CEO ...
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Footage shows Indian police beating students in university library

Footage shows Indian police beating students in university library

CCTV footage leaked to social media purportedly shows Delhi police beating students in a library at Jamia Millia Islamia. #IndianPolice #JamiaMilliaIslamia #Delhi
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UAE and US mercenaries to be investigated for war crimes in Yemen

UAE and US mercenaries to be investigated for war crimes in Yemen

UAE and its American mercenaries are being taken to court in the US, the UK and Turkey, on allegations of torture and war crimes against civilians in Yemen between 2015 and 2019. British law firm Stoke White has filed a complaint accusing the CEO ...
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Libya, Idlib discussed at the Munich Security Conference

Libya, Idlib discussed at the Munich Security Conference

The 56th Munich Security Conference is taking place from February 14 to 16 where more than 35 heads of state or government, and over 100 foreign and defence ministers are in attendance.
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Pakistani PM Imran Khan hails Turkey's President Erdogan

Pakistani PM Imran Khan hails Turkey's President Erdogan

"I can safely say that he can win the next election in Pakistan." Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan reacted after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's speech in Pakistan's parliament
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US and Taliban reach a week-long truce

US and Taliban reach a week-long truce

The US government and the Afghan Taliban reach a week-long truce that could lead to the withdrawal of US troops from the country to end the war that has lasted more than 18 years. #Taliban #Afghanistan #US
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Violence in Kazakh village puts spotlight on Muslim Dungan minority

Violence in Kazakh village puts spotlight on Muslim Dungan minority

The Muslim Dungan people of Kazakhstan's Masanchi village are cleaning up after a rampage in which 11 people were killed. #Dungan #Kazakhstan #minority
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Syrian regime keeps bombardment while 800,000 already displaced

Syrian regime keeps bombardment while 800,000 already displaced

And while fighting rages on in Idlib and Aleppo frontlines, tens of thousands of people once again find themselves on the move, simply trying to survive. TRT World's Hasan Abdullah has spoken with a family in the refugee camp in Idlib.
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Families of detained Tunisian migrants want their loved ones home

Families of detained Tunisian migrants want their loved ones home

More than 800 Tunisian migrants have been detained in Melilla, Spain for more than 6 months, according to Tunisian NGO Ftdes. #Tunisia #migrant #Melilla
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Coronavirus outbreak: A day in self-isolation

Coronavirus outbreak: A day in self-isolation

Luhan Feng went into self-isolation in her home in China's Shanghai city to avoid catching the deadly coronavirus. Here's what a day at home looks like for her. #coronavirus #China #Shanghai
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Displaced Syrians suffer in the cold

Displaced Syrians suffer in the cold

Syrian civilians are suffering in cold temperatures while being stuck between advancing Russian-backed Syrian regime forces and the Turkish border. #syria #Idlib #refugees
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KFC and Crocs team up to make fried chicken shoes

KFC and Crocs team up to make fried chicken shoes

KFC and Crocs have teamed up and launched a bizarre new footwear called the "Bucket clog." Each pair comes with two Jibbitz charms that look and smell like fried chicken. #FriedChickenCrocs #KFC #Crocs
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Harvard and Yale universities under investigation

Harvard and Yale universities under investigation

The US Department of Education is investigating Harvard and Yale universities for foreign funding they received from countries such as China, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the UAE. #Harvard #Yale #investigation
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How US and German intelligence spied on the world

How US and German intelligence spied on the world

The Washington Post and ZDF, a German public broadcaster, revealed how US and West German spy agencies were able to use Crypto AG to listen to all encrypted messages of many nations for many decades. #CIA #BND #CryptoAG
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Exiled Uighurs fear coronavirus may spread in Chinese camps

Exiled Uighurs fear coronavirus may spread in Chinese camps

Exiled Uighurs are trying to raise awareness about the risk of the coronavirus spreading in Chinese camps where their family members are being held. More than 1 million Uighur Muslims are said to be held in camps in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous ...
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