Maggots and cobra hearts at 'Disgusting Food Museum' in Sweden

Maggots and cobra hearts at 'Disgusting Food Museum' in Sweden

Visitors to the Disgusting Food Museum in the Swedish city of Malmo try specialities from across the world and look at other foods on display. The Museum offers a range of 80 culinary specialities from all over the world, each less appetizing than...
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Strasbourg reopens Christmas market after gunman killed

Strasbourg reopens Christmas market after gunman killed

Strasbourg reopens its popular Christmas market after French police shot dead the gunman who killed three people there in an attack claimed by the Islamic State group.
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The port of Hodeida

The port of Hodeida

Yemen's warring parties on Thursday agreed to a ceasefire on Hodeïda, a vital port in a series of breakthroughs in UN-brokered peace talks. Videographic locating the port of Hodeida in Yemen. VIDEOGRAPHICS
The world's first EPR starts up in China

The world's first EPR starts up in China

French energy giant EDF and its partner China General Nuclear Power Group announced Friday that they have powered up the world's first next-generation EPR nuclear reactor.
Hurricanes

Hurricanes

Severe tropical cyclone bears down on north Australia coast. Videographic on hurricanes.
Methods of execution around the world

Methods of execution around the world

The last execution of 2018 in the United States took place Thursday in Florida, bringing the number of people put to death in the country this year to 25. Videographic illustrating existing forms of execution around the world.
EU leaders arrive for summit in Brussels

EU leaders arrive for summit in Brussels

EU leaders arrive for a summit in which they will sign-off on a list of highly complex reforms to better protect the euro from another crisis.
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In Pakistan public education suffocates under surging population

In Pakistan public education suffocates under surging population

At the Tanjai Cheena school in northwest Pakistan students squeeze into makeshift classrooms where plastic tarps serve as walls and electricity is sparse, as a surging population overstretches the country's fragile education system.
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Strasbourg: Witnesses recall attack on rue des Orfèvres

Strasbourg: Witnesses recall attack on rue des Orfèvres

Shopkeepers on rue des Orfèvres in France's eastern city of Strasbourg recall what they saw on the day when a gunman attacked Christmas shoppers at the market and killed three people.
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Brexit could wilt huge Dutch flower trade

Brexit could wilt huge Dutch flower trade

Every day from dawn, a fleet of forklift trucks carries crates of roses, tulips, chrysanthemums and 22,000 other flower varieties through the world's biggest flower market. But this well-oiled operation, where robotic efficiency meets a riot of co...
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Congolese citizens-in-exile follow DRC election from afar

Congolese citizens-in-exile follow DRC election from afar

With less than two weeks to go until presidential elections are held in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, thousands of Congolese citizens will not be able to cast their vote. Many have fled the country's conflict and war in the hope of finding...
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Dutch flower trade challenged by Brexit

Dutch flower trade challenged by Brexit

Every day from dawn, a fleet of forklift trucks carries crates of roses, tulips, chrysanthemums and 22,000 other flower varieties through the world's biggest flower market. But this well-oiled operation, where robotic efficiency meets a riot of co...
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Greenpeace protest to stop oil and gas exploration in Amazonia

Greenpeace protest to stop oil and gas exploration in Amazonia

Greenpeace Brazil protests to demand the National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP) suspend its sale of eighty lots in the Amazonia for gas and oil exploration. Some of the areas are very close to protected reserves such as Tarum...
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COP24: NGOs give Poland the satirical 'Fossil of the Year' prize

COP24: NGOs give Poland the satirical 'Fossil of the Year' prize

Pro-climate NGOs award Poland the satirical "Fossil of the Year" award during a spoof ceremony, for the country's reluctance to ditch coal and reduce CO2 emissions, climate activists say.
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French fishermen feel pinch of 'yellow vest' protest

French fishermen feel pinch of 'yellow vest' protest

Cancelled orders and delayed deliveries - these are some of the difficulties faced by a fishermen in France's Brittany region as the effects of 'yellow vest' protests hit various sectors of the French economy.
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Germany completes new visitor centre on Museum Island

Germany completes new visitor centre on Museum Island

Berlin has completed a new addition to its Museum Island complex with the opening of the James Simon Gallery, a visitor centre between the reconstructed Neues Museum and the Pergamon Museum. Designed by British architect David Chipperfield, it aim...
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Suspected Strasbourg gunman killed by police in Neudorf: sources

Suspected Strasbourg gunman killed by police in Neudorf: sources

A heavy police presence is seen in the Neudorf district of Strasbourg where suspected gunman Chérif Chekatt has reportedly been shot dead.
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S.Africa eyes green shoots in local cannabis industry

S.Africa eyes green shoots in local cannabis industry

South Africa's first cannabis industry exhibition attracts scores of entrepreneurs and consumers, since the constitutional court ruled that private, personal cannabis use was legal.
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UN chief announces series of breakthroughs in Yemen talks

UN chief announces series of breakthroughs in Yemen talks

UN chief Antonio Guterres announces a series of breakthroughs in peace talks with the warring parties in Yemen, including a ceasefire for the vital port of Hodeida.
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Brazil keeps eye on Amazon deforestation with satellites

Brazil keeps eye on Amazon deforestation with satellites

The vast Amazon forest may be hard to penetrate, posing a problem for authorities trying to stop illegal logging -- but there are still eyes in the sky keeping track of the destruction. For three decades, a group of researchers have been monitorin...
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Ankara train crash leaves at least nine dead

Ankara train crash leaves at least nine dead

At least nine people were killed and nearly 50 injured after a high-speed train crashed into a locomotive in the Turkish capital Ankara.
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Argentine president’s brother in court for bribery scandal

Argentine president’s brother in court for bribery scandal

Gianfranco Macri, brother of Argentine president Mauricio Macri attends the citation from judge Claudio Bonadio, who is investigating a bribery scandal. Franco Macri, father of the chief of State didn’t attend due to health problems.
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President-elect of Brazil Bolsonaro has medical check-up

President-elect of Brazil Bolsonaro has medical check-up

Brazilian president-elect Jair Bolsonaro undergoes a medical check-up at the Sao Paulo hospital that treated him after a knife-stabbing assassination attempt during the election campaign in September.
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People pay their respects to Strasbourg victims

People pay their respects to Strasbourg victims

Strasbourg residents paying their respects to victims of Tuesday's attack at Place Kleber say they are "sad" and "frightened" as the manhunt continues for suspected gunman Cherif Chekatt.
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Wild elephant expelled from Indonesian village

Wild elephant expelled from Indonesian village

With the help of tame elephants, Indonesia conservation officers expel a wild elephant from a village in Aceh in the island of Sumatra in a six-day operation. The wild animal, which had kept marauding the village for four years, damaging crops and...
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