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'Delhi Chalo': Farmers spend chilly night by singing at Ghazipur border [Video]

'Delhi Chalo': Farmers spend chilly night by singing at Ghazipur border

'Delhi Chalo' protest continues by farmers of neighbouring states against the recently enacted farm laws. Group of farmers at Ghazipur border sang songs and played music as they prepared for night..

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SCOTUS weighs Trump's contentious census bid [Video]

SCOTUS weighs Trump's contentious census bid

The Supreme Court on Monday is set to take up President Donald Trump’s unprecedented and contentious effort to exclude illegal immigrants from the population totals used to allocate U.S. House of..

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'Kartik Purnima': 51,000 earthen lamps beautify Ram Ki Paidi in Ayodhya [Video]

'Kartik Purnima': 51,000 earthen lamps beautify Ram Ki Paidi in Ayodhya

51,000 earthen lamps were illuminated at Ram Ki Paidi on the banks of river Saryu as devotees gathered to celebrate Kartik Purnima. "I'm very happy to be part of this event. I'm fasting and praying to..

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Guardian Angels couple share self defense tips and patrol NYC's subways [Video]

Guardian Angels couple share self defense tips and patrol NYC's subways

Milton and Silvia Oliver are from the South Bronx, they’ve been married for 34 years and have been with Guardian Angels since the 1980s.

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Bears V. Vikings: Three Things To Watch [Video]

Bears V. Vikings: Three Things To Watch

Bears head to Lambeau Field Sunday night for their first matchup of the season against their division rivals. The Bears are back from the bye hoping not to say goodbye to their playoff hopes in Green..

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France Police brutality [Video]

France Police brutality

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'There is no medical negligence:' Maradona's doctor claims innocence over death of soccer star [Video]

'There is no medical negligence:' Maradona's doctor claims innocence over death of soccer star

Neurosurgeon Leopoldo Luque says he will not be held responsible for the death of Diego Maradona after police seize documents from his house in Buenos Aires.

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Top 20 Heartbreaking Moments on Teen Dramas [Video]

Top 20 Heartbreaking Moments on Teen Dramas

We'll never get over the most heartbreaking moments on teen dramas.

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Fauci Warns Of COVID Uptick Related Thanksgiving Travel [Video]

Fauci Warns Of COVID Uptick Related Thanksgiving Travel

Dr. Anthony Fauci is the nation's leading infectious disease expert. Fauci went on ABC Sunday to talk about the status of the virus. Fauci said there "certainly is going to be an uptick" in..

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New York City Schools To Reopen To Younger Students December 7 [Video]

New York City Schools To Reopen To Younger Students December 7

Reuters New York City Public Schools will begin the process of reopening to students for in-person instruction on December 7, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Sunday. The city's pre-school..

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French community protest against controversial security bill in London [Video]

French community protest against controversial security bill in London

Members of the London's French community gathered in Trafalgar Square on Sunday (November 29) to protest against France's draft security law.

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Trump Wanted To File One Massive Election Lawsuit [Video]

Trump Wanted To File One Massive Election Lawsuit

President Donald Trump gave an interview to Fox Business on Sunday. In the interview he continued to make the claims of voter fraud in the 2020 Election. This is the latest instance of his refusal to..

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Pro-democracy protesters march once again in Bangkok [Video]

Pro-democracy protesters march once again in Bangkok

Protesters gathered in Bangkok on Sunday, in another of a long series of pro-democracy demonstrations calling for reforms of both the government and the monarchy.View on euronews

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Could Amanda Seyfried bag an Oscar for Mank? [Video]

Could Amanda Seyfried bag an Oscar for Mank?

The actress steals the show in the new Netflix movie, from director David Fincher. Report by Nelsonj. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at..

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Boulder Giving Away More Than $100,000 To Those Who Shop Local [Video]

Boulder Giving Away More Than $100,000 To Those Who Shop Local

The city of Boulder is giving away more than $100,000 in free spending money to those who are shopping at some local retail stores.

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Colorado Governor Polis & First Gentleman Test Positive For COVID-19 [Video]

Colorado Governor Polis & First Gentleman Test Positive For COVID-19

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis announced Saturday night that he and First Gentleman Marlon Reis tested positive for coronavirus.

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Greenacres woman dies in Florida's Turnpike crash Saturday night near Vero Beach [Video]

Greenacres woman dies in Florida's Turnpike crash Saturday night near Vero Beach

A 63-year-old Greenacres woman was killed in a crash on Florida's Turnpike near Vero Beach Saturday night.

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Father Michael Cooney dies at 72 [Video]

Father Michael Cooney dies at 72

Father Michael Cooney dies at 72

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Waters nearly swallow dirt bike after river crossing in Spain [Video]

Waters nearly swallow dirt bike after river crossing in Spain

Dramatic video captures the moment a dirt bike enthusiast’s river crossing went horribly wrong in Spain.

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Metro Detroit priest dies after testing positive for COVID-19 [Video]

Metro Detroit priest dies after testing positive for COVID-19

A metro Detroit priest has passed away after contracting COVID-19. The Archdiocese of Detroit says Father Michael Cooney died on Nov. 26 at the age of 72.

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Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh, JP Nadda meet; farmers call Burari ground ‘open jail’ [Video]

Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh, JP Nadda meet; farmers call Burari ground ‘open jail’

Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar held deliberations over the farmers' protest against the three central farm laws with BJP..

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Lazy bulldog slides down the stairs rather than bother to walk! [Video]

Lazy bulldog slides down the stairs rather than bother to walk!

One British bulldog has worked out an even easier way to descend stairs than walking down -- slide!The chunky canine took a bit of persuasion to go down, but once they started it wasn't long before t

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Dangerous truck carries rusty scrap-metal cargo tied with only a rope [Video]

Dangerous truck carries rusty scrap-metal cargo tied with only a rope

Footage shows a dilapidated truck dangerously being driven with a cargo of rusty scrap metal stacked dangerously in a damaged shipping container.

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Boy Knocks Down Superhero Action Figures By Shooting Balls With Hockey Stick [Video]

Boy Knocks Down Superhero Action Figures By Shooting Balls With Hockey Stick

This little boy had a great aim. He showed off his skills by hitting balls with a hockey stick straight towards action figures. He knocked each one down to the floor with every shot.

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Dog Excitedly Greets Soldier on his Return Home After Over Six Years [Video]

Dog Excitedly Greets Soldier on his Return Home After Over Six Years

Opal, the dog, was only 5 months old when this soldier was deployed for over six years. When he returned home after that time, Opal excitedly greeted him. She ran around him and licked his face with..

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