Fire in Bangladesh capital leaves thousands homeless

Fire in Bangladesh capital leaves thousands homeless

A fire ripped through a slum area of the Bangladesh capital Dhaka leaving thousands of people homeless
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Hong Kong riot police fire tear gas at anti-government protesters

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Watch: Spanish authorities rescue those stranded by floodwaters

Two rescue operations after flooding in Spain showed Spanish authorities pulling people to safety.
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A tropical cyclone carrying heavy rain and strong winds is threatening the already devastated Bahamas, potentially complicating ongoing recovery efforts. The new weather system, known as Tropical Cyclone Nine, has strengthened into Tropical Stor...
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Rival groups clash in Hong Kong protests

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Drone attacks on Saudi Aramco facilities: Saudi media

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Tunisia presidential election: There are 26 candidates vying to be country's next head of state

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Subway workers are protesting against the president's plan to overhaul France's pension system.
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Boris Johnson heckled over suspension of UK parliament

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John Bercow: 'I will stop Boris Johnson from breaking the law on Brexit'

John Bercow: 'I will stop Boris Johnson from breaking the law on Brexit'

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