Palestinian double refugees in Turkey

Palestinian double refugees in Turkey

Palestinians living in Syria were forced to start a new life once again after the Syrian civil war broke out, leaving behind their memories, friends, relatives and neighbourhoods. Take a closer look at Palestinian double refugees currently living ...
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Chinese web game lets you beat and arrest Hong Kong activists

Chinese web game lets you beat and arrest Hong Kong activists

A new Chinese web game lets players beat and arrest Hong Kong activists with a flip-flop or baseball bat. It's called "Everyone Hit the Traitors." #HongKong #China #game
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Italy's Salvini drops Nutella due to Turkish ingredients

Italy's Salvini drops Nutella due to Turkish ingredients

Italy's far-right opposition leader Matteo Salvini says he is no longer a fan of Nutella after discovering it contains Turkish nuts, but not Italian. #Italy #far-right #Matteo Salvini
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Kashmiris who are disconnected from loved ones send messages back home

Kashmiris who are disconnected from loved ones send messages back home

India unilaterally revoked Kashmir's autonomy on August 5. Since then, people in India-administered Kashmir have been cut-off from internet services. This shutdown has left Kashmiris isolated from their families and communities.
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What do Hong Kongers think about the anti-Beijing protests?

What do Hong Kongers think about the anti-Beijing protests?

Protests in Hong Kong started six months ago, with more than 1 million people taking to the streets to protest against a proposed extradition bill allowing extraditions to mainland China. Despite the bill's withdrawal, the demonstrations turned in...
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Police kill four suspects in India gang rape and murder case

Police kill four suspects in India gang rape and murder case

Indian police have killed the four men accused of raping and killing a woman in the southern city of Hyderabad. And people are now hailing them as heroes. #Encounters #HyderabadPolice, #HumanRights
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Nationwide strike in France against pension reform plans

Nationwide strike in France against pension reform plans

France is facing one of the biggest public sector strikes in decades. Protesters demand President Emmanuel Macron abandon planned pension reforms. #EmmanuelMacron #France #pensionreforms
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German minister sounds alarm over anti-Muslim hatred and anti-Semitism

German minister sounds alarm over anti-Muslim hatred and anti-Semitism

German Integration Minister has warned against anti-Muslim hatred and anti-Semitism in her new report calling on the government to urgently address this issue. She also said anti-Muslim hatred and anti-Semitism pose danger to the social cohesion i...
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How sexual slander is used to discredit women

How sexual slander is used to discredit women

What is sexual slander, and how is it being used to silence and defame women around the world? #SexualSlander #MeToo
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Pakistani women trafficked to China in 'bride market'

Pakistani women trafficked to China in 'bride market'

629 girls and women from largely impoverished families across Pakistan were sold to China as "brides." Pakistani investigators blame China and its ambassador in Pakistan for neglecting trafficking networks. #Pakistan #China #bridetrafficking
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Muslim American student shelters schoolmates in mosque after shooting

Muslim American student shelters schoolmates in mosque after shooting

A Muslim American student sheltered her schoolmates in a mosque after a shooting at a high school in the state of Wisconsin. #WisconsinSchoolShooting #DuaaAhmad #USSchoolShootings
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George Zimmerman sues Trayvon Martin's parents for $100 million

George Zimmerman sues Trayvon Martin's parents for $100 million

George Zimmerman, who killed unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin in 2012 and was acquitted, is now suing the slain boy's parents and others for damages, claiming they tried to frame him. Zimmerman's acquittal is credited with sparking the Black Lives ...
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Kashmiris are disappearing from WhatsApp

Kashmiris are disappearing from WhatsApp

WhatsApp accounts belonging to Kashmiri users have begun to expire, as the disputed region has been suffering from an internet blockade since August 5. #Kashmir #internetblockade #WhatsApp
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A French student's desperate act has put focus on financial insecurity

A French student's desperate act has put focus on financial insecurity

Students across France have taken to the streets to protest student poverty since a university student in Lyon set himself on fire due to financial difficulties on November 8, 2019. We went to Universite Lumiere 2 in Lyon to find out more.
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Stoltenberg's remarks of NATO London summit

Stoltenberg's remarks of NATO London summit

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg talks at a press conference following 70th anniversary of the NATO summit #NATO #London #nato2019
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Simon Cowell's companies and 'America's Got Talent' probed following racism claims

Simon Cowell's companies and 'America's Got Talent' probed following racism claims

Simon Cowell's production companies Syco Entertainment and Fremantle as well as the NBC are being investigated after "America's Got Talent" judge Gabrielle Union's exit from the show. #America'sGotTalent #SimonCowell #Hollywood
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Trump calls Macron's NATO remarks 'nasty'

Trump calls Macron's NATO remarks 'nasty'

US President Trump said French President Macron's remarks were "nasty" and "disrespectful" after he said NATO was "brain dead."
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PlayStation turns 25 years old and breaks record

PlayStation turns 25 years old and breaks record

Sony's PlayStation video game console is celebrating its 25th birthday. The console was released to the public on December 3, 1994, in Japan and became the fastest console to sell 120 million units. All PlayStation consoles combined have sold more...
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US Congress overwhelmingly passes bill on Uighurs

US Congress overwhelmingly passes bill on Uighurs

The US Congress overwhelmingly approved a bill to pressure China over its mass crackdown on Uighurs, many of whom have been facing political indoctrination, torture, beatings, food deprivation, as well as a denial of religious and linguistic freedom.
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Concern over rise in dark tourism in Syria

Concern over rise in dark tourism in Syria

The war in Syria is about to enter its ninth year, but tour companies and travel bloggers are already creating a new wave of tourism in the country despite travel warnings from governments. #EvazuBeck #influencers #syria
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Hong Kong killed an unpopular bill. So why are people still protesting?

Hong Kong killed an unpopular bill. So why are people still protesting?

Despite the scrapping of an unpopular bill and an election victory for the protesters, the demonstrations that began in Hong Kong six months ago show no signs of dying down. So why are people still protesting? #HongKong #China #protests
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Turkey delivers aid to Albania earthquake victims

Turkey delivers aid to Albania earthquake victims

Turkey is continuing to deliver humanitarian aid to Albania after the the country's worst-ever quake killed 51 people and left 6,300 people homeless. #Albania #Turkey #Tirana
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Protests in India over gang rape and murder of woman

Protests in India over gang rape and murder of woman

Protesters in India have been taking to the streets to demand justice for a 27-year-old woman who was gang-raped and killed last week. They want authorities to fast-track investigation into the case and adopt stringent laws to ensure the safety of...
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Who is Aminatou Haidar, the 'Gandhi of the Western Sahara'?

Who is Aminatou Haidar, the 'Gandhi of the Western Sahara'?

Over 30 years of peaceful campaigning for the independence of her homeland from Morocco, Aminatou Haidar is dubbed as "the Gandhi of the Western Sahara." So who is Aminatou Haidar? #WesternSahara #AminatouHaidar #SahrawiGandhi
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Palestinian artist toys with the laws of gravity

Palestinian artist toys with the laws of gravity

"It's something strange, and the whole world must see it." Palestinian balance artist Mohammed al Shenbari says he has mastered the art of balancing objects using what he calls a "mix of the mind and body." #Gaza #Artist #Balance
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Hong Kong killed an unpopular bill. So why are people still protesting?

Hong Kong killed an unpopular bill. So why are people still protesting?

Despite the scrapping of an unpopular bill and an election victory for the protesters, the demonstrations that began in Hong Kong six months ago show no signs of dying down. So why are people still protesting? #HongKong #China #protests
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Syrian refugees in Lebanon face challenges for harsh winter ahead

Syrian refugees in Lebanon face challenges for harsh winter ahead

Syrian refugees in Lebanon's Abu Fares refugee camp are facing challenges preparing for winter as rising prices and unrest have already made life even harder for them #BekaaValley #Lebanon #Abu Fares
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Volunteers in Greece's Zakynthos island dive to retrieve waste

Volunteers in Greece's Zakynthos island dive to retrieve waste

Volunteers in the Greek island of Zakynthos are diving to collect waste from the sea, that includes tyres, shopping carts, street lamps, full-size dumpsters as well as several kilometres of fishing line. #Greece #plasticwaste #Zakynthos
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Vulnerabilities in cyberspaces. Here's what we found out at Turkey's 'hacker cons'

Vulnerabilities in cyberspaces. Here's what we found out at Turkey's 'hacker cons'

From huge data breaches to nation-state cyberespionage operations, hacking has become a serious threat not only in international politics but also in the daily lives of millions of people. We went to two important conferences in Ankara to find out...
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Islamic secondary schools dominate UK academic performance charts

Islamic secondary schools dominate UK academic performance charts

Islamic schools have topped the British government's charts ranking secondary school performance, taking the top three positions and securing a total of four in the top 10. The achievement is especially noteworthy since more than one-third of UK s...
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An Ivorian student is retelling African stories through emojis

An Ivorian student is retelling African stories through emojis

O'Plerou Grebet, a student from the Ivory Coast, wants to show the world that Africa is not about "hunger, poverty and wars." And he is doing it one emoji at a time. #IvoryCoast #WestAfrica #Emojis
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Snoop Dogg's hits turned into lullabies

Snoop Dogg's hits turned into lullabies

Snoop Dogg's music is going infant-friendly. While the rapper has dipped his toes in various musical styles before, record company "Rockabye Baby Music" is taking his most famous hits and turning them into tunes that will help children unwind.
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Volunteers in Greece's Zakynthos island dive to retrieve waste

Volunteers in Greece's Zakynthos island dive to retrieve waste

Volunteers in the Greek island of Zakynthos are diving to collect waste from the sea, that includes tyres, shopping carts, street lamps, full-size dumpsters as well as several kilometres of fishing line. #Greece #plasticwaste #Zakynthos
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Algeria's New Revolution | Bigger Than Five

Algeria's New Revolution | Bigger Than Five

Algerians have been demonstrating for nearly a year -- but will they bring down their regime? #AlgeriaElections #PresidentialElections #Revolution
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My Turkey: A story about tea from the Black Sea region

My Turkey: A story about tea from the Black Sea region

Turks are the largest tea consumers in the world. We travelled to the Black Sea region of Turkey to find out how tea is produced. This video is part of TRT World's digital series "My Turkey," which explores different regions of Turkey and showcase...
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Lebanese Christian and Muslim women unite against violence

Lebanese Christian and Muslim women unite against violence

Christian and Muslim women from different neighbourhoods in Beirut, Lebanon marched united against violence. Their neighbourhoods were separated by the so-called "Green Line" during the Lebanese civil war that lasted between 1975 and 1990.
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Italian police uncover plot to create new Nazi party

Italian police uncover plot to create new Nazi party

Italian police have uncovered a plot to form a new Nazi party and seized weapons such as rifles and swords. Police say they have arrested 19 suspects in searches across the country in an operation called Black Shadow.
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Women in South America sing against gender violence

Women in South America sing against gender violence

Women in Chile, Mexico and Argentina performed a song in massive numbers against gender violence. The song and performance originate from Chile's protests, as a way of standing up against gendered violence enacted particularly by security forces a...
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Can binning knives save lives?

Can binning knives save lives?

This London man started an initiative called "Binning Knives Saves Lives" to prevent more stabbing attacks. #KnifeCrime #LondonAttack #BinningKnifes
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Why are K-pop stars committing suicide?

Why are K-pop stars committing suicide?

Kim Jong-hyun, Sulli and now Goo Hara. Why has there been a spate of suicides among K-pop stars? #Kpop #BTS #GooHara #Shinee
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Boris Johnson replaced by ice sculpture in climate change debate

Boris Johnson replaced by ice sculpture in climate change debate

UK broadcaster Channel 4 replaced Prime Minister Boris Johnson with a melting ice sculpture after he refused to participate in a televised debate on climate policy. #Boris Johnson #Brexit #climatechange
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Bloodbath forces Iraqi PM Abdul Mahdi to resign

Bloodbath forces Iraqi PM Abdul Mahdi to resign

Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi says he will resign after security forces killed at least 52 people in one of the bloodiest days of anti-government protests. #Iraq #protest #Iran
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These kung fu nuns are breaking the norms

These kung fu nuns are breaking the norms

These nuns from the Druk Amitabha Mountain Nunnery in Nepal are breaking stereotypes and using martial arts to raise awareness about gender equality, empowerment and human trafficking. #KungFu #BuddhistNuns #Nepal
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Turkey's first lab-grown meat on its way

Turkey's first lab-grown meat on its way

Would you eat kebabs made from lab-grown meat? See how one Turkish company wants to revolutionise the way meat is produced #labgrownmeat #meat #Turkey
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Iraqis set up exhibition to keep memory of slain protesters alive

Iraqis set up exhibition to keep memory of slain protesters alive

Protesters at Baghdad's Tahrir Square hope that a collection of helmets, shirts and flags stained with the blood of those who were killed during the weeks-long protests will help keep their memory alive. #Iraq #Baghdad #iraqprotests
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German Army apologises over Nazi uniform post

German Army apologises over Nazi uniform post

The German Army posted a photo of a Nazi-era uniform on its Instagram account. The photo sparked anger, prompting the military to remove it and apologise for sharing it. #Germany #Bundeswehr #Nazi
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Apple shows Crimea as part of Russia, Ukraine lashes out

Apple shows Crimea as part of Russia, Ukraine lashes out

Apple shows the annexed Crimea peninsula as part of Russia on its Weather and Maps apps, sparking criticism from Ukraine. #Ukraine #Russia #Crimea #Apple
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Indian diplomat calls for 'Israel model' in Kashmir

Indian diplomat calls for 'Israel model' in Kashmir

India's Consul General in New York Sandeep Chakravorty has triggered controversy by advocating for "Israel's settler-colonial project" in India-administered Kashmir. The valley has been reeling under a crippling military lockdown for more than 100...
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