Tesla recalls thousands of cars in China

Tesla recalls thousands of cars in China

Electric-vehicle maker Tesla will recall more than 14 thousand cars in China over airbags that contained a part made by the now-defunct Japanese manufacturer Takata.
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The art of filmmaking

The art of filmmaking

With ten nominations each, the comedy "Le Grand bain" and the drama on domestic violence "Jusqu'à la garde" are expected Friday evening at the César, two days before the Oscars. Videographic on the art of filmmaking.
Saudi Crown Prince holds talks with India's Modi

Saudi Crown Prince holds talks with India's Modi

Saudi Arabia’s Mohammed bin Salman shakes hands with India's Narendra Modi as the royal scion starts a high-profile summit in the world’s biggest democracy as part of his Asia Tour.
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France: Rally held in Strasbourg following anti-Semitic attacks

France: Rally held in Strasbourg following anti-Semitic attacks

More than a thousand people rally in Strasbourg on a day of nationwide actions against a rise in anti-Semitic attacks in France, including the daubing of swastikas on nearly 100 graves in a Jewish cemetery in eastern France.
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Africa Weekly - a round up of news and features from Africa

Africa Weekly - a round up of news and features from Africa

This week on Africa Weekly, we focus on Nigeria where around 84 million people are registered to vote in this weekend’s presidential and parliamentary elections. Along with the main candidates, pop singer and rapper Banky W is also vying for power...
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Venezuelans give their take after Trump's speech

Venezuelans give their take after Trump's speech

Venezuelans express mixed feelings about US President Donald Trump's speech on Monday when he urged the crisis-wracked nation's military to accept opposition leader Juan Guaido's offer of amnesty.
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Beijing's Forbidden City in historic light show

Beijing's Forbidden City in historic light show

Beijing's famed Forbidden City is illuminated at night for the first time since it was opened as a museum to celebrate the end of Chinese New Year. The sprawling former imperial palace, which marks its 600th birthday next year, was bathed in a col...
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Victims of Church sex abuse in Poland fight for justice

Victims of Church sex abuse in Poland fight for justice

Marek Lisinski, who was assaulted as a child by a priest in Poland, is the co-founder of a group called Ending Clerical Abuse (ECA). The international alliance brings together activists from dozens of countries on several continents, and will be m...
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It's the 'golden era of robotics' says Amazon tech chief

It's the 'golden era of robotics' says Amazon tech chief

We are living in the 'golden era' of robotics says Tye Brady, Amazon Robotics' Chief Technologist. "Robots are not a threat to humans" he says, "they create jobs by increasing productivity." Amazon says it has built more than 100,000 “unit drive r...
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People in Miami react to Bernie Sanders' 2020 bid

People in Miami react to Bernie Sanders' 2020 bid

People in Miami Beach react to Bernie Sander’s announcement that he's making a second bid for the White House, running against President Trump in 2020.
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Gunmen killed 'over 130' in NW Nigeria: governor

Gunmen killed 'over 130' in NW Nigeria: governor

Governor of Kaduna Nasir El-Rufai says that an attack by gunmen on villages in northwest Nigeria last week claimed "over 130" lives, more than double the toll initially reported.
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"Yellow vest" activists rally in pro-pipeline protest in Canada

"Yellow vest" activists rally in pro-pipeline protest in Canada

"Yellow vest" activists rally in front of Canada's parliament in protest at government curbs on a pipeline construction. They were joining a convoy of big trucks from Canada's oil producing regions who rolled into Ottawa.
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Venezuelans face expensive, unreliable transportation system

Venezuelans face expensive, unreliable transportation system

Every day, Venezuelans face enormous lines and overcrowded buses in their daily commute. They must plan hours ahead to arrive on time, and some have resorted to walking as they can’t afford public transportation.
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French protesters rally in Paris against anti-Semitism (2)

French protesters rally in Paris against anti-Semitism (2)

Around 50 political organisations and movements join protesters on Paris's Place de la République to condemn anti-Semitism after a spate of anti-Jewish vandalism and offences in the country. French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and more than hal...
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Senegal: education a key priority for the next President

Senegal: education a key priority for the next President

Faced with overcrowded classrooms and housing, students in Senegal don't have it easy. Education is likely to be a key priority for whoever emerges victorious from this Sunday's presidential election.
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Meet Imminence the cow, mascot of Paris’s Agriculture Fair

Meet Imminence the cow, mascot of Paris’s Agriculture Fair

Her face is on posters scattered around Paris, her face already famous outside her hometown of Saint-Aubin - it's Imminence the cow, a 710 kg diva and the star of Paris' upcoming Agriculture Fair.
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Hundreds protest against anti-Semitism in northern France

Hundreds protest against anti-Semitism in northern France

Hundreds of people gather in the northern French city of Lille to protest against recent anti-Jewish offences in France, including anti-Zionist insults at a yellow vest protest, and the desecration of graves in a cemetery in Quatzenheim in eastern...
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Strasbourg rallies against anti-Semitism

Strasbourg rallies against anti-Semitism

Several hundred people gather in Strasbourg to denounce a recent upsurge in anti-Semitism. A massive mobilization is expected across France with some 70 rallies planned throughout the country.
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French protesters rally in Paris against anti-Semitism

French protesters rally in Paris against anti-Semitism

Around 50 political organisations and movements join protesters on Paris's Place de la République to condemn anti-Semitism after a spate of anti-Jewish vandalism and offences in the country. French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and more than hal...
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Police set up perimeter after Marseille knife attack

Police set up perimeter after Marseille knife attack

French police set up a large perimeter at the intersection of the Canebière and Rue de Rome in Marseille, after a man wounded two pedestrians in a knife attack, before being shot dead by police.
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Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrives in India

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrives in India

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrives in New Delhi for his two-day visit to India, with his business mission under threat of being overshadowed by soaring tensions between India and Pakistan. The crown prince, who wants to persua...
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London Fashion Week: reactions to Karl Lagerfeld's death

London Fashion Week: reactions to Karl Lagerfeld's death

Fashion lovers at London Fashion Week express their "shock" at the news that designer Karl Lagerfeld has died at the age of 85. The German designer known as the "Kaiser" led Chanel -- the world's richest brand -- since 1983 and also created collec...
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Fans pay tribute to Lagerfeld outside flagship Chanel store

Fans pay tribute to Lagerfeld outside flagship Chanel store

Fans of Karl Lagerfeld leave flowers and tributes to the fashion superstar outside Chanel's flagship store in Paris, hours after the announcement of his death.
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Rafael Nadal opens tennis academy in Mexico

Rafael Nadal opens tennis academy in Mexico

Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal, currently world number 2, opens his second academy in Mexico's Cancun.
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80 graves vandalised at French Jewish cemetery (2)

80 graves vandalised at French Jewish cemetery (2)

Around 80 graves are daubed with swastikas at a Jewish cemetery in eastern France, hours ahead of nationwide marches called to denounce a surge in anti-Semitic vandalism and hate speech.
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