Tijuana residents clash with migrant caravan and police

Tijuana residents clash with migrant caravan and police

A group of around 200 Tijuana residents clashed with Central American migrants who were camping near the US-Mexico border.
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Former world paragliding champion Rémy soars over Pyrenees

Former world paragliding champion Rémy soars over Pyrenees

"Like a vulture", which soars from one "rising current to another", the 2017 world distance paragliding champion, Pierre Rémy, hopes to defend his world crown later this year.
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Protest at Bayer France HQ near Paris

Protest at Bayer France HQ near Paris

Environmental activists stage a protest outside Bayer France headquarters. Members of the anti-capitalist group Attac accuse the company of poisoning biodiversity with its activities.
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Hungary far-right protest stokes fears of anti-Roma violence

Hungary far-right protest stokes fears of anti-Roma violence

The Hungarian far-right party Our Homeland Movement (OHM) gathered in the provincial town of Torokszentmiklos, sparking fears among the country's ethnic Roma minority of racially-motivated violence.
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Nord Stream 2: preparations underway at Bovanenkovo gas field

Nord Stream 2: preparations underway at Bovanenkovo gas field

Despite the threat of sanctions, preparations are underway in the Russian Arctic for the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to start working, starting with the source that will supply the future pipeline: the Bovanenkovo gas field, on the Ya...
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DiCaprio, Pitt want to team up again after Tarantino hit

DiCaprio, Pitt want to team up again after Tarantino hit

Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt say they had to tap into distant memories of being Hollywood outsiders for their star turns in Quentin Tarantino's new movie, calling it a "love letter" to the industry's dreamers.
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Fire-walking ritual in northern Greece lives on

Fire-walking ritual in northern Greece lives on

A fire-walking custom called Anastenaria practiced in northern Greece to celebrate Saint Constantine and Saint Helen lives on, mixing Christian and pagan tradition.
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Ricci's new collection 'King for day' mixes fashion and royalty

Ricci's new collection 'King for day' mixes fashion and royalty

He's dressed the Pope, Morgan Freeman, Andrea Bocelli and even Nelson Mandela during his career. Stefano Ricci, the Florentine fashion designer, who does not hesitate to sew diamonds on ties, rents the Royal Palace of Caserta, also known as Italy'...
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Beverly Hills poised to (almost) outlaw all tobacco sales

Beverly Hills poised to (almost) outlaw all tobacco sales

The owner of one of Beverly Hills' most prestigious cigar bars is reacting to the new law banning the sale and consumption of tobacco in this ultra-chic suburban Los Angeles city... except in the private clubs that embody so well the city of stars...
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Cannes: Red carpet for "Matthias et Maxime"

Cannes: Red carpet for "Matthias et Maxime"

Xavier Dolan and the cast of his film "Matthias et Maxime" step out onto the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival. The Canadian director is back in Cannes three years after winning the Grand Prix for "Juste la fin du monde", the competition's se...
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S.Africa lawmakers re-elect Cyril Ramaphosa as president

S.Africa lawmakers re-elect Cyril Ramaphosa as president

South African lawmakers re-elect Cyril Ramaphosa as the nation's president, two weeks after the ruling ANC party won legislative elections.
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South Africa's new members of Parliament are sworn in

South Africa's new members of Parliament are sworn in

South African lawmakers from the African National Congress (ANC), which won 230 out of 400 seats on May 8, are officially sworn in and will formally elect the head of state in the parliament's first post-election sitting.
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Ramaphosa, deputies arrive at new parliament in Cape Town

Ramaphosa, deputies arrive at new parliament in Cape Town

South African deputies arrive at Cape Town's parliament which is sitting for the first time after the ANC won the May 8 election. Lawmakers are to be sworn in and ANC leader Cyril Ramaphosa elected as national president.
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Indonesian capital tense after violent election clashes

Indonesian capital tense after violent election clashes

Indonesia's capital Jakarta erupts in violence as police in riot gear and protestors opposed to President Joko Widodo's re-election face-off.
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Syrians salvage items following air strikes on jihadist-held town

Syrians salvage items following air strikes on jihadist-held town

Syrians salvage items from the rubble the morning after overnight air strikes on a market in Maarat al-Numan in Syria's Idlib province as fierce fighting raged for the jihadist-held northwestern region.
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Never mind the war: Kabul residents fear surge in violent crime

Never mind the war: Kabul residents fear surge in violent crime

Stressed-out Kabul residents say crime is surging in the city, where police are already pushed to their limits attempting to prevent insurgent attacks by the Taliban and other groups including Islamic State.
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'Garden of Eden': Iraq's famed marshes thrive again

'Garden of Eden': Iraq's famed marshes thrive again

Thirty years after Saddam Hussein starved them of water, Iraq's southern marshes, which straddle the famous Tigris and Euphrates rivers, are blossoming once more.
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Formula E: high voltage racing

Formula E: high voltage racing

Videographic on Formula E and E cars. The Berlin E-Prix takes place on Saturday.
Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix

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Videographic presentation of the circuit for the Monaco Grand Prix, which takes place on Sunday.
Facial recognition: what's in a face?

Facial recognition: what's in a face?

Videographic on facial recognition. Amazon shareholders will on Wednesday vote on the company's sale of the controversial technology to US police authorities. San Francisco became the first US city to ban use of facial recognition technology by po...
Grandma fights against Vietnam's deepening addiction to coal

Grandma fights against Vietnam's deepening addiction to coal

Toothless and nearly blind, a 99-year-old grandmother refuses to leave her plot of land even after officials demolished her home -- an extraordinary holdout against communist Vietnam's coal expansion projects.
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Nepal bans Chinese digital wallets

Nepal bans Chinese digital wallets

Nepal says it has banned popular Chinese digital wallets Alipay and WeChat to prevent the loss of foreign currency earnings from tens of thousands of Chinese tourists.
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Reactions after embattled May dangles promise of new Brexit vote

Reactions after embattled May dangles promise of new Brexit vote

Supporters of the pro-EU Liberal Democrats and supporters of Nigel Farage's Brexit Party react after British Prime Minister Theresa May vowed to give lawmakers a vote on holding a second Brexit referendum as part of her final effort to salvage her...
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'Parasite' director and cast walk Cannes red carpet

'Parasite' director and cast walk Cannes red carpet

Korean master Bong Joon-ho walks the Cannes red carpet with the cast his film "Parasite" in competition for the Palme d'Or. The tragi-comic tale of a poor family's obsession with a rich one stars Song Kang-ho and Choi Woo-shik.
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Farage accuses May of 'surrendering' with new Brexit offer

Farage accuses May of 'surrendering' with new Brexit offer

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage accuses British Prime Minister Theresa May of 'surrendering to virtually everything' after she vowed to give lawmakers a vote on holding a second Brexit referendum as part of a series of incentives for MPs to suppo...
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