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Boris Johnson: I will pull Brexit deal if MPs don't back my plans

Boris Johnson: I will pull Brexit deal if MPs don't back my plans

Boris Johnson has threatened to pull his Brexit deal and call for an early general election if MPs do not vote for his plans as he kicked off a Commons showdown. Two crucial votes on Tuesday evening will determine whether the Prime Minister will ...
Press Association
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WATCH | Armed robbers make off with laptop, cellphones and cash from Boksburg cellphone store

WATCH | Armed robbers make off with laptop, cellphones and cash from Boksburg cellphone store

Police are searching for six suspects involved in an armed robbery at a Boksburg cellphone store that occurred in the early hours of Monday morning.
24.com
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"Not In Confrontation With Centre": Facebook Lawyer Mukul Rohatgi To NDTV

"Not In Confrontation With Centre": Facebook Lawyer Mukul Rohatgi To NDTV

"Not In Confrontation With Centre": Facebook Lawyer Mukul Rohatgi To NDTV
NDTV
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Imprisoned Uighur activist Ilham Tohti becomes finalist for 2019 Sakharov Freedom of Thought prize

Imprisoned Uighur activist Ilham Tohti becomes finalist for 2019 Sakharov Freedom of Thought prize

A prominent Uighur academic and outspoken activist is a finalist for the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought. Ilham Tohti has been serving a life sentence for "inciting separatism" since 2014. Tohti is known for advocating for the human rights o...
TRT World
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WATCH | 'My God is no clown' - Pastor fumes over 'demonic' art project at school

WATCH | 'My God is no clown' - Pastor fumes over 'demonic' art project at school

"My God is no clown," said a choked up parent of a pupil at Richards Bay's Grantleigh Curro school as he filmed an art exhibition that he considers "demonical".
24.com
1min
Chile under curfew as violent protests continue

Chile under curfew as violent protests continue

Protests against a hike in metro fares and rising living costs have turned into violent demonstrations in Chile. President Sebastian Pinera proposed a "social agreement" on Monday to meet the demands of demonstrators. #Chile #Protests #Santiago
TRT World
1min
PM urged not to 'take people of Northern Ireland for fools'

PM urged not to 'take people of Northern Ireland for fools'

Lady Hermon says the PM "must not take the people of N. Ireland for fools"
ITN
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Harry Dunn suspect 'wants to be interviewed under caution', police chief says

Harry Dunn suspect 'wants to be interviewed under caution', police chief says

Press conference with Northamptonshire Police Chief Constable Nick Adderley. He says the suspect has requested to be interviewed under caution by officers in the United States regarding the death of Harry Dunn in a fatal collision. Anne Sacoolas,...
Press Association
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Today in History for October 22nd

Today in History for October 22nd

Highlights of this day in history: A Cold War crisis over Cuba leads to brink of nuclear war; Shah of Iran allowed into U.S. for treatment; 'Pretty Boy' Floyd killed; Last victim slain in D.C. sniper shootings; Cellist Pablo Casals dies.
Associated Press
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Dancing dad defies macho stereotypes and takes ballet lessons with his girls

Dancing dad defies macho stereotypes and takes ballet lessons with his girls

A 54 year-old father and bricklayer Joilson Santos, defied macho stereotypes as he enrolled in ballet lessons to help his 10 and 8 year-old autistic daughters, in the Brazilian town of Feira Santa. What started as a small project called 'Ballet Az...
Ruptly
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PM urges MPs to back his deal to avoid no-deal Brexit

PM urges MPs to back his deal to avoid no-deal Brexit

Boris Johnson has urged MPs to back his Brexit deal to avoid a no-deal exit.
ITN
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Rugby World Cup pressure on All Blacks, says Eddie Jones

Rugby World Cup pressure on All Blacks, says Eddie Jones

Eddie Jones says the pressure in the upcoming semi-final is on New Zealand
ITN
1min
Canada's Justin Trudeau wins second term in elections but loses majority

Canada's Justin Trudeau wins second term in elections but loses majority

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will remain in power but with a minority government, despite a series of scandals that damaged his image. #CanadaElections #JustinTrudeau #Canada
TRT World
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Canada's Justin Trudeau wins election, loses majority

Canada's Justin Trudeau wins election, loses majority

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau thanks Canadians for rejecting "division and negativity, cuts and austerity" before reassuring those who did not vote for him, saying "we'll govern for everyone", following his re-election win without a majority.
AFP
1min
Congress MP's Wife Apologises For "Fate Like Rape" Post Amid Outrage

Congress MP's Wife Apologises For "Fate Like Rape" Post Amid Outrage

A Congress MP's wife in Kerala has provoked waves of anger with a social media post comparing "fate" with rape. Anna Linda Eden, a media professional who had actively campaigned for her husband Hibi Eden in the national election, has apologized an...
NDTV
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Rules To Regulate Social Media By January 15: Centre To Supreme Court

Rules To Regulate Social Media By January 15: Centre To Supreme Court

New rules to regulate hate speech, fake news, defamatory posts and anti-national activities on social media will be finalised by January 15, the government told the Supreme Court today. The top court also transferred all cases pending at the Madra...
NDTV
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Viral crying ping-pong prodigy regains stiff upper lip

Viral crying ping-pong prodigy regains stiff upper lip

Crying ping-pong prodigy Li Yiyi opened up her training sessions to the cameras in Tai'an. Unlike before, the five-year-old seemed to have regained her stiff upper lip, demonstrating nimbleness and dexterity with her paddle. Her coach, Zhang Xulon...
Ruptly
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Dunn: British police to inteview suspect under caution in US

Dunn: British police to inteview suspect under caution in US

The suspect who fled the UK after the death of Harry Dunn to be questioned
ITN
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Uniqlo ad sparks protests and parody in S. Korea

Uniqlo ad sparks protests and parody in S. Korea

A commercial by Japanese clothing brand Uniqlo has stirred a consumer backlash in South Korea amid accusations that it mocks victims of wartime forced labor and brothel workers, reopening deep wounds from Japan's colonial past.
Reuters
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Superheroes from Bashkiria. A boy has set up a mask workshop and is conquering Hollywood

Superheroes from Bashkiria. A boy has set up a mask workshop and is conquering Hollywood

Superheroes face masks created by the MiGranStudio from the Russian republic of Bashkiria, have already been praised by 'Spider Man' Tom Holland, 'Aquaman' Jason Momoa, and Finn Jones from ' Iron fist' and 'Game of Thrones'. Everything started in ...
Ruptly
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Putin, Erdogan start talks on Syria in Russia

Putin, Erdogan start talks on Syria in Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin meets his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan to discuss the situation in northern Syria, where Erdogan has vowed to continue an offensive against Kurdish fighters. "The situation in the region is very severe,...
AFP
1min
Scene outside British Parliament ahead of Brexit deal debate

Scene outside British Parliament ahead of Brexit deal debate

People demonstrate outside the Houses of Parliament in Westminster as Boris Johnson's Brexit deal is about to face two crucial parliamentary votes that could decide if the British Prime minister still has a reasonable shot at securing his EU divor...
AFP
1min
Canada's Trudeau wins second term but loses majority

Canada's Trudeau wins second term but loses majority

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has won a second term in Canada's national elections, losing his majority but delivering unexpectedly strong results despite having been weakened by a series of scandals that tarnished his image. Mr Trudeau's Liberal...
Press Association
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Kartarpur Pact Between India, Pak Unlikely To Be Signed Tomorrow: Sources

Kartarpur Pact Between India, Pak Unlikely To Be Signed Tomorrow: Sources

India is unlikely to sign an agreement on the Kartarpur corridor with Pakistan tomorrow, government sources have said. They did not provide a definite date for inking such a pact either, saying that the neighbouring country was yet to provide a co...
NDTV
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Jenrick: Government will not compromise on Brexit deal

Jenrick: Government will not compromise on Brexit deal

Robert Jenrick says the government is not going to compromise on its deal.
ITN
1min
Taste test: meat-free v plant-based 'meat' burgers

Taste test: meat-free v plant-based 'meat' burgers

Plant-based ‘meats’ are becoming ubiquitous in high-end, health-conscious menus and fast-food chains. Alternatives to ground beef offer a more sustainable pub meal indulgence or hangover cure.
The Guardian
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Japan’s Emperor Naruhito ascends Chrysanthemum Throne

Japan’s Emperor Naruhito ascends Chrysanthemum Throne

Japan's Naruhito proclaimed himself Emperor during an enthronement ceremony at the Imperial Palace, declaring himself the country's 126th monarch.
Associated Press
1min
Rayner: PM wants to protect reputation not country

Rayner: PM wants to protect reputation not country

Angela Rayner says Boris Johnson is protecting his reputation and not the UK
ITN
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"Haven't Abandoned You": "Kalki Bhagwan" To Followers After Tax Raids

"Haven't Abandoned You": "Kalki Bhagwan" To Followers After Tax Raids

Self-styled godman "Kalki Bhagwan", whose ashrams were raided by Income Tax authorities last week, has released a video to reassure his followers, but has not commented on the huge amount of unaccounted cash and jewellery found during the raids. T...
NDTV
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"PM Joked Media Trying To Trap Me To Say...": Abhijit Banerjee

"PM Joked Media Trying To Trap Me To Say...": Abhijit Banerjee

Nobel laureate Abhijit Banerjee, speaking to the media after his meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, today said he would not get into controversial statements because he had been warned - by the Prime Minister. "I had a cordial and good mee...
NDTV
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EU's Tusk 'to decide on Brexit extension in coming days'

EU's Tusk 'to decide on Brexit extension in coming days'

European Council President Donald Tusk on Tuesday told EU lawmakers that he was discussing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's request for an extension of the October 31 Brexit deadline with the leaders of the other 27 member states and would make
Reuters
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WATCH | Village springs up in central Cape Town as sit-in continues at UN offices

WATCH | Village springs up in central Cape Town as sit-in continues at UN offices

A huge bag of chicken and bunches of spinach were being prepared for hundreds of foreign nationals still camping out at the UN High Commission for Refugees' offices in Cape Town's CBD on Monday in the hopes of being evacuated from South Africa.
24.com
1min
Cabinet ministers arrive at Downing St

Cabinet ministers arrive at Downing St

Members of the Cabinet arrive at 10 Downing Street.
ITN
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"Large Part Of My Work In India About Bettering Quality Of Education": Abhijit Banerjee

"Large Part Of My Work In India About Bettering Quality Of Education": Abhijit Banerjee

"Large Part Of My Work In India About Bettering Quality Of Education": Abhijit Banerjee
NDTV
1min
British ministers arrive for cabinet meeting ahead of crucial Brexit votes

British ministers arrive for cabinet meeting ahead of crucial Brexit votes

Ministers from Boris Johnson's government meet at Downing Street as the British Prime Minister faces two crucial Brexit votes Tuesday that could decide if he still has a reasonable shot at securing his EU divorce by next week's deadline.
AFP
1min
I BUILT MY OWN CAR!

I BUILT MY OWN CAR!

Since the age of 10, my dream has been to design and build my own car.
24.com
1min
Prince Charles watches Japan's new emperor take to the the throne

Prince Charles watches Japan's new emperor take to the the throne

Emperor Naruhito has ascended the Chrysanthemum Throne, proclaiming himself Japan's 126th emperor before a cheering audience. At an enthronement ceremony at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo, Naruhito pledged to serve his constitutional duty as a sym...
Press Association
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Japan enthrones emperor in ancient ceremony

Japan enthrones emperor in ancient ceremony

Japanese Emperor Naruhito formally proclaimed his ascendancy to the throne on Tuesday in a centuries-old ceremony attended by dignitaries from more than 180 countries, pledging to fulfil his duty as a symbol of the state.
Reuters
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China foreign minister slams violence in Hong Kong

China foreign minister slams violence in Hong Kong

China's foreign minister Wang Yi denounces months of pro-democracy unrest in Hong Kong, saying its violence is being replicated in other parts of the world, and accuses foreign forces of fuelling the political crisis.
AFP
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Emmanuel Macron arrives in Mayotte

Emmanuel Macron arrives in Mayotte

French President Emmanuel Macron touches down at Dzaoudzi airport, in Mayotte, where he is expected to address issues including illegal immigration and economic development.
AFP
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WATCH | Angry mob attack metro cops outside Joburg mall

WATCH | Angry mob attack metro cops outside Joburg mall

One metro police officer sustained injuries to her face and body after being attacked by an angry crowd outside a mall in Johannesburg on Sunday.
24.com
1min
EU 'have done all in our power' for orderly Brexit: Juncker

EU 'have done all in our power' for orderly Brexit: Juncker

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says that the European Union has done "everything in (its) power" to ensure an orderly departure from the United Kingdom, while the Brexit deal awaits ratification by the British Parliament.
AFP
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Canada's Trudeau to remain in power but with minority government

Canada's Trudeau to remain in power but with minority government

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will remain in power but with a minority government that will require the support of a smaller left-leaning party after a hard-fought election in which he was dogged by scandals.
Reuters
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Desperate charity flows for those out of the reach of Stanthorpe's dwindling water supplies

Desperate charity flows for those out of the reach of Stanthorpe's dwindling water supplies

George Deen's water tanker sparks a frantic burst of activity at a shed on the outskirts of drought-stricken Stanthorpe. Scores of desperate rural residents will be queued at the shed of the Granite Belt Water Relief, a new charity that gives wate...
Australian Associated Press
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Northern Ireland legalises abortion and same-sex marriage

Northern Ireland legalises abortion and same-sex marriage

Northern Ireland legalises abortion and same-sex marriage.
Euronews
1min
"Do the right thing" to help end Mascot Towers nightmare, owners say

"Do the right thing" to help end Mascot Towers nightmare, owners say

Spokesperson Patrick McGuire speaks to reporters in Sydney, saying the owners of Mascot Towers apartments want developers of a neighboring building to “do the right thing” and grant engineers access to it, so as to help end their own nightmare. T...
Australian Associated Press
1min
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau addresses jubilant supporters following minority win

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau addresses jubilant supporters following minority win

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stressed a newly-won mandate from Canadians, despite winning fewer than half the seats and being wiped off the map in Alberta and Saskatchewan. The mood at Liberal party election headquarters in Montreal moved from ca...
Canadian Press
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P Chidambaram Gets Bail In INX Media Case, Stays In Probe Agency Custody

P Chidambaram Gets Bail In INX Media Case, Stays In Probe Agency Custody

Former Union Minister P Chidambaram was granted bail today by the Supreme Court in the INX Media corruption case, but he will not be released as he remains in the custody of the Enforcement Directorate. Mr Chidambaram, arrested by the CBI on Augus...
NDTV
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