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Protests continue in Chile's capital

Protests continue in Chile's capital

Protests in Chile continue as President Sebastian Pinera was to meet today with leaders of Chile's political parties in hopes of finding a way to end street protests that have now claimed 15 lives.
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AFP
Trump calls impeachment inquiry a 'lynching'

Trump calls impeachment inquiry a 'lynching'

U.S. President Donald Trump likened the impeachment investigation into his dealings with Ukraine to a "lynching" on Tuesday in a tweet that drew condemnation for his inflammatory reference to decades of killings of thousands of black Americans.
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Reuters
Meet "The Pamphlet Man" Who Is Fighting Hate On Delhi Streets

Meet "The Pamphlet Man" Who Is Fighting Hate On Delhi Streets

Tonight we have a special talk with someone who at 71 is spreading the message of peace. He's battling hate on the streets of Delhi and inspiring people all around. Meet former IIT professor VK Tripathi who is known as "The Pamphlet Man".
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NDTV
Warmongering? CNBC's fake news on US action against Turkey called out

Warmongering? CNBC's fake news on US action against Turkey called out

Warmongering or just fake news? CNBC twists US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's words to say President Trump is "fully prepared for military action" against Turkey. #PompeoCNBC #CNBCTrump #TurkeySyria
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TRT World
Dunn family 'vindicated' after meeting with Shadow ministers

Dunn family 'vindicated' after meeting with Shadow ministers

The Dunn family spokesman says they feel they have been "vindicated".
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ITN
Injured manatee released back into the wild

Injured manatee released back into the wild

An 800-pound Manatee named Bingley was treated by SeaWorld Orlando and then released back into the ocean last week.
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Associated Press
Long-persecuted Yazidis open world's largest temple

Long-persecuted Yazidis open world's largest temple

Worshippers kiss the marble walls and gaze at an ornate peacock inlaid with multi-coloured stones as the world's largest Yazidi temple opens in Armenia. An ancient ethnic group long persecuted for their faith, Yazidis have found a safehaven in the...
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AFP
AP Top Stories October 22

AP Top Stories October 22

Here are the top stories for Tuesday, October 22nd: Trump calls impeachment inquiry a "lynching"; Presidents of Turkey and Russia meet in Sochi; Canada's Trudeau wins second term; Jimmy Carter hospitalized after another fall.
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Associated Press
Graham agrees impeachment like a 'lynching'

Graham agrees impeachment like a 'lynching'

Sen. Lindsey Graham says he agrees with President Donald Trump that the Democrats' impeachment drive is like a "lynching." While Rep. Al Green calls for the president's impeachment.
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Associated Press
Privacy vs Security: New Social Media Guidelines In January

Privacy vs Security: New Social Media Guidelines In January

The Supreme Court decides to hear all cases on whether social media platforms like Facebook and apps like WhatsApp and Signal need to allow government agencies the right to monitor private communications. At hand is the need for the government to ...
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NDTV
2 Accused Of Hindu Group Leader Kamlesh Tiwari Murder Arrested In Gujarat

2 Accused Of Hindu Group Leader Kamlesh Tiwari Murder Arrested In Gujarat

Four days after the murder of Hindu Samaj Party leader Kamlesh Tiwari in Lucknow, the anti-terrorism squad of the Gujarat police today arrested two of the accused from a location near the state border with Rajasthan. This has taken the total numbe...
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NDTV
Privacy vs National Security On Internet; Centre To Draft Rules To Regulate Social Media

Privacy vs National Security On Internet; Centre To Draft Rules To Regulate Social Media

The government has told the Supreme Court that they will frame rules for social media companies as a balance needs to be struck between privacy and national security. We spoke to the common man and a cyber expert to find out how comfortable are we...
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NDTV
Trudeau thanks morning commuters in his Montreal riding after election victory

Trudeau thanks morning commuters in his Montreal riding after election victory

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau showed up at a Metro station in his Montreal riding of Papineau Tuesday to thank his constituents after the Liberals secured a minority-government victory.
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Canadian Press
Thornberry: I smell a rat in way Dunn's case was handled

Thornberry: I smell a rat in way Dunn's case was handled

Emily Thornberry says she "smells a rat" in the way Dunn's death was handled
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ITN
American toy brand FAO Schwarz opens in Selfridges

American toy brand FAO Schwarz opens in Selfridges

American toy brand FAO Schwarz has opened its first European outlet within Selfridges' flagship London store. The 157-year-old brand is best known to UK customers for its life-size piano keyboard which is featured at the new store. The London o...
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Press Association
France has opened Europe's largest floating solar farm

France has opened Europe's largest floating solar farm

France has opened Europe's largest floating solar farm
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World Economic Forum
No Rockets Or Bombs, Only These 2 Firecrackers Will Be Legal This Diwali

No Rockets Or Bombs, Only These 2 Firecrackers Will Be Legal This Diwali

Diwali is going to be quiet this year, with only two types of firecrackers declared legal by the Supreme Court. The green version of "anar" and "phuljhari" both happen to be silent. The rest, rockets, bombs and other noisy crackers are all banned,...
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NDTV
Investors Lose Rs 53,000 Crore As Infosys Shares Sink Amid Row Over CEO

Investors Lose Rs 53,000 Crore As Infosys Shares Sink Amid Row Over CEO

Infosys shares nosedived nearly 17 per cent on Tuesday in their worst single-day drop in over six years, wiping out investors' wealth worth nearly Rs. 53,000 crore. The dive in Infosys shares came a day after India's second largest IT services com...
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NDTV
Unhappy farmers dump manure outside prefecture in Nimes

Unhappy farmers dump manure outside prefecture in Nimes

Hundreds of farmers have staged protests at government offices across France today, railing against measures they say are crimping revenues and contributing to a spike in suicides in the sector in recent years. In Nîmes, angry farmers dumped manur...
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AFP
Swinson: I will never give up trying to stop Brexit

Swinson: I will never give up trying to stop Brexit

Jo Swinson says she "will never give up" on trying to prevent Brexit.
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ITN
Protesters march in Strasbourg to demand new agricultural policy

Protesters march in Strasbourg to demand new agricultural policy

Between 650 and a thousand protesters gather in the eastern French city of Strasbourg to demand a new European common agricultural policy (PAC).
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AFP
Central Probe Agency Arrests Gangster Iqbal Mirchi's Alleged Aide

Central Probe Agency Arrests Gangster Iqbal Mirchi's Alleged Aide

The Enforcement Directorate or ED has arrested Humayun Merchant, stated to be an aide of late gangster Iqbal Mirchi, in connection with a money laundering case, officials said today. They said Humayun Merchant was arrested in Mumbai under the prov...
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NDTV
National Crime Data: Political Cover Up?

National Crime Data: Political Cover Up?

The national crime data for 2017 is out and there are no crimes listed under mob attacks, lynchings or murder for religious reasons. An ex-official working with NCRB further revealed that the all data regarding farm suicides were tabled to the hom...
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NDTV
"No Whisper Of Evidence...": On P Chidambaram, Top Court Rejects CBI Logic

"No Whisper Of Evidence...": On P Chidambaram, Top Court Rejects CBI Logic

P Chidambaram was granted bail today in the INX Media corruption case by the Supreme Court, which ruled that there is no possibility of the former Union Minister absconding and "no whisper" of any evidence that he tried to influence even one witne...
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NDTV
In Ohio, reuniting families separated by the opioids crisis

In Ohio, reuniting families separated by the opioids crisis

To avoid separating families affected by addiction, programs in Ohio are trying new approaches to support parents. Emily, almost due with her third child, was able to go to rehab seven months ago through the QIC program, and has a recovery coach b...
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AFP
Midnight partygoers celebrate gay marriage laws in Belfast

Midnight partygoers celebrate gay marriage laws in Belfast

There was a countdown-to-midnight celebration in Northern Ireland after a landmark law change came into force on October 22 paving the way for same-sex marriage. Usually, the Northern Ireland's devolved government would decide the law themselves...
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Press Association
China says world 'shocked' by Navarro fake name

China says world 'shocked' by Navarro fake name

The world is "shocked" that White House trade adviser Peter Navarro made up a fictitious anti-China economist in his books, China's Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday, adding that it is absurd and dangerous to make policy based on lies. Jillian Kitchen
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Reuters
Putin, Erdogan meet as Syria ceasefire ends

Putin, Erdogan meet as Syria ceasefire ends

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan both said on Tuesday they hoped to resolve positively "complicated issues in the region," as they met in Sochi on the sidelines of Russia-Africa forum.
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Reuters
Flying taxi on show in Singapore ahead of test launch

Flying taxi on show in Singapore ahead of test launch

German firm Volocopter has brought its drone-like flying taxi to Singapore this week as it eyes a push into the Asian market. The 18 propeller vehicle flew for about two minutes and 30 seconds during a test flight on Tuesday.
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AFP
PM threatens to pull Brexit deal if MPs don't back plans

PM threatens to pull Brexit deal if MPs don't back plans

Boris Johnson threatens to pull his Brexit deal if MPs don't support it.
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ITN
Corbyn: Labour will vote against second reading of Bill

Corbyn: Labour will vote against second reading of Bill

Jeremy Corbyn says his party will vote against the second Bill reading.
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ITN
PM Trudeau greets supporters at metro station

PM Trudeau greets supporters at metro station

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau greeted supporters at a subway station in Montreal Tuesday. Trudeau won a second term in Canada's national elections, despite a series of scandals that tarnished his image as a liberal icon.
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Associated Press
Five jailed after police catch cash machine heist gang

Five jailed after police catch cash machine heist gang

Credit: West Midlands Police Police have released CCTV footage of a string of cash-machine "drag-out" offences committed by an organised crime gang which targeted hospitals, train stations, shops and cafes. West Midlands Police issued details of...
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Press Association
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 ...
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Press Association
"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
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NDTV
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...
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TRT World
Press Freedom Day highlights torture faced by jailed Egyptian journalist

Press Freedom Day highlights torture faced by jailed Egyptian journalist

Egyptian journalist, Esraa Abdel Fattah, was allegedly blindfolded and beaten for four hours by security forces before being sentenced to 15 days in jail.
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Independent Media
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
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TRT World
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"
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ITN
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,...
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Press Association
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.
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Associated Press
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...
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Ruptly
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.
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ITN
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
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ITN
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
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TRT World
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.
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AFP
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...
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NDTV
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...
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NDTV