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BREAKING

Vehicle strikes security barrier near the White House


          A woman has been taken into custody after crashing her vehicle into a security barrier near the White House, the Secret Service says. The White House was put on lockdown but there are no reports of injuries.   

  1 mon ago


   Washington, D.C.     

 


Australian Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce to resign over misconduct allegation


          Australian Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce, who resisted calls to resign over an affair with a former member of his staff, announced on Friday that he will step down after an allegation of sexual harassment.   

  1 mon ago


   Australia     

 


May and Corbyn go head-to-head on Brexit in PMQs


          Leader of UK opposition mocks the government's position on Brexit during the weekly Prime Minister's Questions debate in parliament. Rough cut (no reporter narration).   

  2 months ago


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Anti-Brexit campaign bus kicks off on tour


          Pro-European Union campaigners launch a bus against Brexit from outside parliament as it started an eight-day tour of Britain.   

  2 months ago


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Confidant of Israel’s Netanyahu turns state witness in corruption case: media


          A confidant of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has agreed to turn state's witness in one of several corruption investigations posing a serious threat to the conservative leader's political survival, local media said.   

  2 months ago


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Syrian director hopes documentary will “write history”


          Director Firas Fayyad hopes his Oscar-nominated documentary "Last Men in Aleppo" will help "write history." Rough cut (no reporter narration).   

  2 months ago


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Nigerian women’s bobsleigh team proud of legacy they will leave behind


          The Nigerian bobsleigh team discuss future generations of African winter sports athletes. No reporter narration.   

  2 months ago


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Russian Olympic curlers stripped of their medals


          Russian Olympic curling team give up their bronze medals after one of its athletes tested positive for the banned substance meldonium. Zahra Mackaoui reports.   

  2 months ago


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Trudeau offers prayers at India’s Golden Temple


          Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered prayers at the Golden Temple, a holy Sikh shrine in Amritsar city of India's northern Punjab state on Wednesday. Rough cut (no reporter narration).   

  2 months ago


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URGENT

Suicide bomber attacks U.S. embassy in Montenegro


          An unidentified person has blown himself up after throwing a hand grenade into the U.S. Embassy compound in Montenegro, officials and witnesses say. There was no immediate word on a possible motive.   

  2 months ago


   Podgorica, Montenegro     

 




















Measles cases surge more than 300% in Europe


          Europe saw a four-fold increase in the number of measles cases in 2017, just a year after the number of cases of the highly contagious disease fell to an all-time low, the World Health Organization reported on Tuesday.   

  2 months ago


   Europe     

 

BREAKING

Powerful 7.2-magnitude earthquake hits southern Mexico


          A powerful earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 7.2 has struck southern Mexico, with strong shaking felt as far away as the capital, seismologists say. Only few details were immediately available.   

  2 months ago


   Mexico     

 

BREAKING

South African President Jacob Zuma succumbs to pressure, resigns


          South African President Jacob Zuma, who has been accused of corruption amid falling popularity, has resigned after nearly nine years in power after members of his own party threatened to remove him from office.   

  2 months ago


   Pretoria, South Africa     

 


BREAKING

Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai dead at 65


          Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai, who led the opposition against Robert Mugabe's regime for many years, has died in South Africa after a battle with cancer, his party says. He was 65 years old.   

  2 months ago


   South Africa     

 

Former Dutch Prime Minister Ruud Lubbers dead at 78


          Dutch statesman Ruud Lubbers, who served as the country's prime minister for more than a decade and later worked for the United Nations (UN), has died in Rotterdam, the government says. He was 78 years old.   

  2 months ago


    

 

























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