Anger flares across US again as protesters hit streets

Anger flares across US again as protesters hit streets

Protesters defied curfews in cities across the United States on Tuesday as they called for justice over the death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers last week.
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Original items from ‘Top Gun’, ‘Rocky’ and ‘Alien’ go on sale in Hollywood

Original items from ‘Top Gun’, ‘Rocky’ and ‘Alien’ go on sale in Hollywood

Maverick's helmet in ‘Top Gun’, Rocky's boxing gloves and an 11-foot "Alien" spaceship tipped to fetch half a million dollars will go up for auction in Los Angeles next month.
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Pipers and guides back in business as tourism on Edinburgh's Royal Mile reopens

Pipers and guides back in business as tourism on Edinburgh's Royal Mile reopens

Tourism businesses reopen their doors on the Royal Mile in Scotland's capital Edinburgh, after four months of lockdown.
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Police detain people at opposition event in Moscow

Police detain people at opposition event in Moscow

Russian police detain over 100 people after Kremlin critics gathered for a protest in central Moscow to protest controversial changes to the constitution, the OVD-Info monitor said. The group, which tracks arrests at protests, say 103 people have ...
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West African bloc Ecowas delegation led by former Nigerian president lands in Mali

West African bloc Ecowas delegation led by former Nigerian president lands in Mali

Envoys from Mali's neighbours led by former Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan arrive in Bamako in a bid to mediate in an escalating political crisis ahead of new high-risk protests.
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Chile's lower house approves early pension fund withdrawal

Chile's lower house approves early pension fund withdrawal

Chilean congressmen and women approve a bill to allow a 10% withdrawal of pension funds in Santiago after a night of protests and the in midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Russia launches probe into 'orange' Urals rivers

Russia launches probe into 'orange' Urals rivers

Drone images show rivers near the Levikhinsky mine in the Sverdlovsk Oblask in central Russia. Prosecutors on Wednesday said they were conducting an inspection of a facility supposed to treat acid runoff from an abandoned Urals mine after photogra...
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Body of Ivorian Prime minister Gon Coulibaly arrives for burial in his hometown

Body of Ivorian Prime minister Gon Coulibaly arrives for burial in his hometown

A truck decorated in Ivorian flags and carrying the body of Prime minister Gon Coulibaly is followed by a huge convoy or cars and motorbikes as the deceased is brought back to his hometown of Korhogo for burial.
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Rhodes statue beheaded in South Africa's Cape Town

Rhodes statue beheaded in South Africa's Cape Town

A bronze bust in a Cape Town park honouring 19th-century British imperialist and white supremacist Cecil Rhodes has been decapitated.
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Body of late Ivorian prime minister arrives in Korhogo

Body of late Ivorian prime minister arrives in Korhogo

The body of Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulibaly, who died on 8 July of a heart attack at the age of 63, arrives in Korhogo, his hometown, where he will be buried on Friday, concluding a week of national mourning.
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Lebanon: Adapting to survive in a country devastated by crisis

Lebanon: Adapting to survive in a country devastated by crisis

What do you do when your country is sinking deeper and deeper into a series of crises and shortages? Lebanon is currently going through the worst economic crisis in its history, made worse by the global COVID-19 pandemic and an unsettled politic s...
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Los Angeles: people line up in their cars to get tested for coronavirus

Los Angeles: people line up in their cars to get tested for coronavirus

Residents in Los Angeles, California, line up in their cars to get tested for coronavirus at Dodger Stadium, as cases surge in the Golden state.
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People gather in Moscow to protest constitutional reforms

People gather in Moscow to protest constitutional reforms

Opposition supporters gather in Moscow despite the rainy weather to protest constitutional reforms which were recently voted in by a nationwide referendum. The amendments allow President Vladimir Putin to stay in office until 2036.
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Golf equipment

Golf equipment

Videographic on the equipment used to play the sport of golf.
Journey into space: a test for the human body

Journey into space: a test for the human body

Videographic illustrating how space travel can affect the functioning of the human body over time.
Macron welcomes Spanish PM Sanchez ahead of EU summit

Macron welcomes Spanish PM Sanchez ahead of EU summit

Emmanuel Macron welcomes Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez to the Elysée Palace to prepare for a European summit on July 17 and 18.
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Pompeo vows to pursue sanctions over Nord Stream 2 Russia-Germany gas project

Pompeo vows to pursue sanctions over Nord Stream 2 Russia-Germany gas project

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo vows punishment over Russia's Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to Germany, unveiling new guidelines to impose sanctions over the project.
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Pompeo says to visit Britain after Huawei ban decision

Pompeo says to visit Britain after Huawei ban decision

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he will visit Britain and Denmark next week, days after London pleased Washington with a ban on Chinese telecom giant Huawei.
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US to impose sanctions on some Huawei employees (Pompeo)

US to impose sanctions on some Huawei employees (Pompeo)

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the United States will ban visas to some employees of Chinese telecom giant Huawei and other companies "that provide material support to regimes engaging in human rights violations and abuses globally."
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Ireland welcomes Apple tax ruling

Ireland welcomes Apple tax ruling

Ireland's finance minister welcomes the judgement of a European court which annulled an EU claim that Ireland had unfairly allowed Apple to benefit from 13 billion euros in state aid.
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The rules of golf

The rules of golf

Videographic on the rules of golf a few days before the Memorial Tournament counting for the PGA Tour.
Rainbow monuments in Buenos Aires to celebrate 10 years of legal same-sex marriage

Rainbow monuments in Buenos Aires to celebrate 10 years of legal same-sex marriage

Monuments in Buenos Aires are lit with the colours of the rainbow to mark the tenth anniversary of the approval of the same-sex marriage bill by Argentina's National Congress.
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China on UK Huawei ban: "The world is big, the United Kingdom is relatively small"

China on UK Huawei ban: "The world is big, the United Kingdom is relatively small"

Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying says China strongly opposes Britain's ban on Huawei, adding "the world is big, the United Kingdom is relatively small". She also says that media in Hong Kong should not be worried about reporting...
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European Central Bank

European Central Bank

ECB chief Lagarde gives press conference on Thursday on eurozone monetary policy. Videographic on the European Central Bank.
How fast fashion pollutes

How fast fashion pollutes

Videographic showing pollution associated with fashion. Milan Fashion Week kicked off its first Digital Fashion Week.