Can Macron's 'Islam of France' succeed?

Can Macron's 'Islam of France' succeed?

For over a century France has been a secular society - keeping religion and politics separate. Now President Macron says he wants to create a national brand of Islam.
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I am a woman from Kashmir

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Leaked documents expose China's organised mass detention of Uighurs

Leaked documents expose China's organised mass detention of Uighurs

Leaked Chinese documents obtained by the New York Times expose disturbing details regarding China's mass detention of the Uighur minority.
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Protests erupt in Iran over fuel price hike

Protests erupt in Iran over fuel price hike

Protests erupt in Iran after Tehran introduced gasoline rationing and price hikes sparking worries over rising inflation. One person has reportedly been killed in the protests so far. #Tehran #IranProtests #Iran
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Violent protests continue in Hong Kong

Violent protests continue in Hong Kong

Huge fires lit up the night sky at a Hong Kong university as protesters hurled petrol bombs and police fired tear gas. #HongKongProtests #HongKongViolence #HongKongUniversity
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Student invents plastic made from fish guts

Student invents plastic made from fish guts

A university student in England has invented a translucent and biodegradable plastic made entirely from fish guts.
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Dentists in Brazil rebuild smiles of domestic violence victims

Dentists in Brazil rebuild smiles of domestic violence victims

A network of volunteer dentists in Brazil is helping victims of domestic violence to regain their confidence by repairing their teeth, and it's changing their lives. #BrazilDomesticViolence #ApoloniasDoBem #NGOs
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Five dead after protesters clashed with police in Bolivia

Five dead after protesters clashed with police in Bolivia

At least five people were killed and dozens injured after police opened fire on supporters of exiled former President Evo Morales in Bolivia. #Bolivia #protests #EvoMorales
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Harvard students stage walkout during Israeli ambassador's lecture

Harvard students stage walkout during Israeli ambassador's lecture

More than 100 Harvard students staged a walkout during Israeli envoy Dani Dayan's lecture at Harvard Law School. Dayan's talk was on 'The Legal Strategy for Israeli Settlements' in occupied Palestine.
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Gaza residents live in the shadow of fear and uncertainty

Gaza residents live in the shadow of fear and uncertainty

A bag full of essential supplies. That's what Gazans are holding on to amid fears over renewed Israeli air strikes. #IsraelIslamicJihad #IsraelPalestine #GazanPeople
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US envoy for Syria acknowledges Kurds fleeing from YPG/PYD terrorists

US envoy for Syria acknowledges Kurds fleeing from YPG/PYD terrorists

"The Turks also point out correctly that there is a large number of Kurds who fled northeast Syria, some from Daesh, some, to be honest, from the YPG/PYD" US special envoy for Syria James Jeffrey acknowledges the Kurdish people fleeing from the Y...
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Ayatollah Khamenei says Iran is not anti-Semitic

Ayatollah Khamenei says Iran is not anti-Semitic

Iran's Supreme Leader Khamenei said in a conference that Iran is not calling for the elimination of the Jewish people but believes people of all religions should decide Israel's future.
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Lebanon protests reignited after protester killed

Lebanon protests reignited after protester killed

Lebanese President Michel Aoun angered protesters when he said: "If protesters see no decent people in this state, let them emigrate," ramping up protests that led to the death of Alaa Abou Fakher, a protester who was shot and killed by a Lebanese...
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US troops are in Syria 'only for the oil' - President Trump

US troops are in Syria 'only for the oil' - President Trump

US President Donald Trump says the US military presence in Syria is "only for the oil" and it will be "keeping the oil," contradicting statements by his officials who insisted the forces were fighting Daesh. #USSyria #TrumpSyria #NorthernSyria
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How do you smuggle yourself into Europe?

How do you smuggle yourself into Europe?

Migrants and refugees trying to smuggle themselves into Europe face a long and dangerous journey, and they are at risk of being robbed, beaten sold into slavery or losing their lives.
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ICC approves probe into crimes against Rohingya Muslims

ICC approves probe into crimes against Rohingya Muslims

The International Criminal Court has approved an investigation into crimes against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. #Rohingya #ICC #Myanmar
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12 arrested in Italy over plot to bomb mosque

12 arrested in Italy over plot to bomb mosque

Italian police arrested twelve people for allegedly planning to blow up the Colle Val d'Elsa mosque, in Siena, central Italy. #Italy #italymosque #farright
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Key moments from the Trump-Erdogan press conference

Key moments from the Trump-Erdogan press conference

US President Trump and Turkish President Erdogan addressed the media after a much-anticipated meeting at the White House. Here are some key moments #Trump #Erdogan #Turkey
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Egyptian woman 'disappears' after criticising Sisi

Egyptian woman 'disappears' after criticising Sisi

An Egyptian woman has reportedly 'disappeared' after criticising President Abdel Fattah el Sisi, accusing him of corruption and failure, in a viral video. #Egypt #Sisi #Radwa
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Why is Ethiopia's Abiy Ahmed facing protests?

Why is Ethiopia's Abiy Ahmed facing protests?

Nobel Laureate Abiy Ahmed is facing a crisis as 'ethnic violence' plagues his country. However, is there a political dimension behind the violence? #AbiyAhmed #Ethiopia #NobelPrize
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Car bomb explosion kills seven in Afghan capital Kabul

Car bomb explosion kills seven in Afghan capital Kabul

An explosion rocked the Afghan capital of Kabul as early morning commuters were heading to work, killing at least seven civilians. #Afghanistan #Kabul #Taliban
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Bosco Ntaganda: Guilty of war crimes

Bosco Ntaganda: Guilty of war crimes

Bosco Ntaganda has been sentenced to 30 years in prison by the ICC for war crimes and crimes against humanity. Here is a look at who the Congolese militia commander is. #BoscoNtaganda #ICC #DRC
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Greek far-right group holds pork-and-alcohol barbecue outside migrant camp

Greek far-right group holds pork-and-alcohol barbecue outside migrant camp

A far-right group in the northern Greek village of Diavata held a pork-and-alcohol barbecue protest outside a camp full of Muslim asylum seekers. #Diavata #GreeceMigrants #GreeceRefugees #eyesondiscrimination
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Turkey breaks world tree-planting record

Turkey breaks world tree-planting record

Turkey has made 11/11 a National Tree Planting Day and broke the world record by planting 303,150 saplings within an hour in the central province of Corum. What started with a tweet quickly turned into a nationwide campaign, aiming for 11 million ...
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Assad's comments about Syria's election mocked by people online

Assad's comments about Syria's election mocked by people online

Syrian regime leader Bashar al Assad's comments about the 2021 election in his country were mocked by people on social media. #syria #election #2021
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