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3,000 year-old lost city found in Egypt [Video]

3,000 year-old lost city found in Egypt

Egyptian archeologists have unearthed a three thousand year-old lost city complete with mud brick houses, artifacts and tools from the times of the pharaohs.

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Amazon workers in US state of Alabama vote against forming a union [Video]

Amazon workers in US state of Alabama vote against forming a union

Amazon warehouse workers in Bessemer, Alabama, overwhelmingly voted against joining the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union.

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Protest in Paris metro against "the profiteers" of the pandemic [Video]

Protest in Paris metro against "the profiteers" of the pandemic

Activists from the global justice movement Attac organise a poster display in the Bercy metro station in Paris.

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US rapper and actor DMX dies of massive heart attack aged 50 [Video]

US rapper and actor DMX dies of massive heart attack aged 50

DMX died in New York State on Friday of what the hospital said was a catastrophic cardiac arrest.

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Egyptian mission discovers mortuary city in Luxor [Video]

Egyptian mission discovers mortuary city in Luxor

Egyptian archeologists have unearthed a 3,000-year-old lost city, complete with mud brick houses, artifacts, and tools from pharaonic times.

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China fines internet giant Alibaba for 'abusing its dominant position' [Video]

China fines internet giant Alibaba for 'abusing its dominant position'

The Alibaba Group, the world's biggest e-commerce company, was fined €2.3 billion by Chinese regulators on Saturday for anti-competitive tactics.

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Corruption charges against former Portuguese PM dropped but Socrates will still stand trial [Video]

Corruption charges against former Portuguese PM dropped but Socrates will still stand trial

Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates will stand trial but many of the corruption charges against him have expired.

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Unrest rocks Belfast for eighth night despite calls for calm out of respect for Queen [Video]

Unrest rocks Belfast for eighth night despite calls for calm out of respect for Queen

"Protests have been postponed out of respect for the Queen and the Royal Family," read posters posted in Unionist areas of the city.

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EU medicines regulator launches blood clots probe related to Johnson & Johnson vaccine [Video]

EU medicines regulator launches blood clots probe related to Johnson & Johnson vaccine

It comes after the regulator said there was a possible link between very rare cases of blood clots and the AstraZeneca vaccine.

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The amazing Solar Desalination Skylight offers hope to millions without clean water [Video]

The amazing Solar Desalination Skylight offers hope to millions without clean water

The design just needs sunshine and seawater to produce clean drinking water.

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What is 'survivalism' and why is it getting so popular in Spain? [Video]

What is 'survivalism' and why is it getting so popular in Spain?

Survivalists or so-called 'preppers' have long been bracing for disaster. It appears that the Covid-19 pandemic has given this secretive community a boost. But is it an outdoor hobby, a fringe discipline or a prudent strategy for self-preservation?

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How did Europe react to the death of Prince Philip? [Video]

How did Europe react to the death of Prince Philip?

Prince Philip "passed away peacefully" on Friday morning at Windsor Palace, the Royal Family said.

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New York exhibition celebrates Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama [Video]

New York exhibition celebrates Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama

One year after it was originally scheduled, the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx is opening the exhibition "KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature"

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Kosovo: Mannequins used in protest against virus restrictions [Video]

Kosovo: Mannequins used in protest against virus restrictions

A Kosovar restaurant owner is holding an unusual protest - setting mannequins instead of clients on the empty chairs of his closed restaurant.

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Russian-US crew departs to ISS for six month mission [Video]

Russian-US crew departs to ISS for six month mission

The Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft launched on Friday to the International Space Station from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

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European Sleeper: New Brussels-Prague night train aims to hit the tracks next year [Video]

European Sleeper: New Brussels-Prague night train aims to hit the tracks next year

The project aims to capitalise on surging demand for climate-friendly travel.

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Spain's long weekend: Country launches national trial of 4-day work week [Video]

Spain's long weekend: Country launches national trial of 4-day work week

Alba Herrero is a waitress in La Francachela restaurant in Madrid and currently works four days a week, which has allowed her to study to become a teacher.

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Italian PM slams ‘dictator’ Erdogan over von der Leyen chair incident [Video]

Italian PM slams ‘dictator’ Erdogan over von der Leyen chair incident

Mario Draghi said he was “very displeased by the humiliation” the EU Commission president suffered during her meeting with the Turkish president.

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Omit Mediterranean products from EU-wide food labelling plan, says MEP [Video]

Omit Mediterranean products from EU-wide food labelling plan, says MEP

Spanish MEP Adrián Vázquez Lázara has told Euronews that Mediterranean products like olive oil should be left out of plans to introduce a mandatory food labelling system, designed to inform consumers of healthier choices.

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Macron waves goodbye to France's elite school for top civil servants [Video]

Macron waves goodbye to France's elite school for top civil servants

President Macron unveils plans to scrap France’s elite government school, the ENA, and inject more diversity into the recruitment of top civil servants.

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Turkey and Russia have highest incarceration rate, says Council of Europe report [Video]

Turkey and Russia have highest incarceration rate, says Council of Europe report

A new report by the Council of Europe shows that the median age of inmates is 36 years, with 95% being men and only 5% women.

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Police fire tear gas, arrest demonstrators against Monusco in DRC [Video]

Police fire tear gas, arrest demonstrators against Monusco in DRC

Police fire tear gas, arrest demonstrators against Monusco in DRC

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Thousands evacuated following flash floods in Indonesia [Video]

Thousands evacuated following flash floods in Indonesia

Thousands evacuated following flash floods in Indonesia

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The mining industry in Angola, no longer a diamond in the rough [Video]

The mining industry in Angola, no longer a diamond in the rough

Angola is creating a new diamond development hub in the mining province of Lunda Sul, creating jobs, investment and specialist careers.

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Gustavo Dudamel's blazing Otello takes Barcelona by storm [Video]

Gustavo Dudamel's blazing Otello takes Barcelona by storm

Verdi's tragic Otello is an enormous challenge for any conductor: from the rousing storm at the beginning to the quiet "Ave Maria" at the end. We delve into the craft of charismatic conductor Gustavo Dudamel as he inspires in Barcelona with his..

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Israelis stand silent as siren marks Holocaust Day [Video]

Israelis stand silent as siren marks Holocaust Day

Israelis stand silent as siren marks Holocaust Day

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New York Philharmonic brings music back to Lincoln Center [Video]

New York Philharmonic brings music back to Lincoln Center

The New York Philharmonic brings music back to Lincoln Center for the first time since the start of the pandemic

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What is Kukeri? Explore the amazing Bulgarian tradition that scares bad spirits away [Video]

What is Kukeri? Explore the amazing Bulgarian tradition that scares bad spirits away

Eva Zu Beck gets a total transformation thanks to a Kukeri costume - a grotesque mask and outfit designed to scare away evil spirits.

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Heinz Beck talks getting the restaurant industry back on its feet post COVID [Video]

Heinz Beck talks getting the restaurant industry back on its feet post COVID

Why is nutrition more important than ever? How can we teach this to the younger generations? How will restaurants bounce back after the pandemic? World-famous chef, Heinz Beck, explains all.

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Basque people 'have genetic continuity stretching back to the Iron Age', says study [Video]

Basque people 'have genetic continuity stretching back to the Iron Age', says study

The study found no "influences from North Africa" in the Basque region, which, on the contrary, "are appreciated in most populations of the Iberian Peninsula".

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How the 'gig economy' is changing the world of work [Video]

How the 'gig economy' is changing the world of work

What's at stake with digital work platforms - like food delivery apps? They are transforming how we buy goods and services - but how do we ensure workers are treated fairly?

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Alexei Navalny: 'Putin can't afford to let him live,' says Magnitsky campaigner Bill Browder [Video]

Alexei Navalny: 'Putin can't afford to let him live,' says Magnitsky campaigner Bill Browder

Russia is carrying out a “slow-motion assassination” of the Kremlin critic, says Bill Browder, whose lawyer Sergei Magnitsky died in a Russian jail.

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Bolivia Polluted Lake Clean Up [Video]

Bolivia Polluted Lake Clean Up

Pan of plastics and other trash piled up on lake

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Protesters hurl stones and petrol bombs in Northern Ireland [Video]

Protesters hurl stones and petrol bombs in Northern Ireland

Protesters hurl stones and petrol bombs in Northern Ireland

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Chinese tech company develops robo dogs [Video]

Chinese tech company develops robo dogs

meet the AlphaDog, a robotic response to two of China's burgeoning loves: pets and technology.

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'Sedition has been nipped in the bud,' says Jordan's King Abdullah II [Video]

'Sedition has been nipped in the bud,' says Jordan's King Abdullah II

Jordan's King Abdullah II has made his first public comments after an alleged plot to destabilise his kingdom involving his half brother, former Crown Prince Hamzah.

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Northern Ireland: Bus hijacked and burned in sixth night of violence in West Belfast [Video]

Northern Ireland: Bus hijacked and burned in sixth night of violence in West Belfast

Rioters converged on a city flashpoint which connects Loyalist and Nationalist communities.

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Rwanda Genocide Anniversary [Video]

Rwanda Genocide Anniversary

Rwanda's President Paul Kagame on Wednesday commemorated the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi, during a solemn ceremony in Kigali.

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Europe must be ambitious to stay ahead in the space race, says ESA [Video]

Europe must be ambitious to stay ahead in the space race, says ESA

The European Space Agency's Director-General has set out an ambitious plan, which he says will keep the agency on the front foot in the space race.

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Bavaria signs 'preliminary contract' for 2.5 million doses of Russia's Sputnik V vaccine [Video]

Bavaria signs 'preliminary contract' for 2.5 million doses of Russia's Sputnik V vaccine

German state of Bavaria has negotiated 'preliminary contract' for 2.5 million doses of Russia's Sputnik V vaccine.

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Vienna talks offer hope for survival of Iran nuclear deal [Video]

Vienna talks offer hope for survival of Iran nuclear deal

The European Union is chairing a new round of negotiations in order to make all parties of the landmark deal return to compliance.

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Italy brings the curtain down on state censorship of films [Video]

Italy brings the curtain down on state censorship of films

Hundreds of films have been censored in Italy, most famously Bernardo Bertolucci's 1972 classic "Last Tango In Paris".

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A third of COVID-19 patients suffer brain disorders within six months, says study [Video]

A third of COVID-19 patients suffer brain disorders within six months, says study

A new study has found that 34% of those who had COVID-19 were diagnosed with neurological or psychiatric conditions.

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'Grim reaper' artist in Berlin protests Brazil virus stance [Video]

'Grim reaper' artist in Berlin protests Brazil virus stance

Multimedia artist Rafael Puetter, who has been in Berlin for five years and originally comes from Rio de Janeiro, made his nightly excursion in the small hours of Wednesday just as Brazil for the first time reported a 24-hour tally of COVID-19 deaths..

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Candidate kicks off campaign in northern Mexico inside a coffin [Video]

Candidate kicks off campaign in northern Mexico inside a coffin

Carlos Mayorga, candidate for federal representative in Mexico's Ciudad Juárez, on the border with the United States, launches his election campaign inside a coffin to draw attention

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Turkey: Former presidential soldiers among dozens sentenced to life in prison for failed 2016 coup [Video]

Turkey: Former presidential soldiers among dozens sentenced to life in prison for failed 2016 coup

A total of 497 people have stood trial in Turkey since 2017 over the failed coup attempt.

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The source of the Okavango wilderness: Angola's untapped territory teeming with biodiversity [Video]

The source of the Okavango wilderness: Angola's untapped territory teeming with biodiversity

A crew of National Geographic scientists, explorers and filmmakers made it their mission to traverse the many Angolan rivers that supply water to Botswana’s world-famous Okavango Delta. Here's what they discovered...

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Watches and Wonders 2021 Welcomes World-renowned Watchmakers [Video]

Watches and Wonders 2021 Welcomes World-renowned Watchmakers

Watches and Wonders Geneva 2021 adapts and innovates as, for the first time, some 40 brands join the new watchesandwonders.com platform where they will reveal, live online, their latest releases for 2021.

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The Gig Economy: flexible freedom or wage slavery? [Video]

The Gig Economy: flexible freedom or wage slavery?

As Spain passes a law classing food delivery riders as employees with full social benefits - we ask should there be EU-wide legislation? And we meet the Barcelona riders - who aren’t all happy.

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Gaffe as EU's Von der Leyen left without chair as male leaders look on [Video]

Gaffe as EU's Von der Leyen left without chair as male leaders look on

The incident comes with Turkey under the spotlight over women's rights after withdrawing from the Istanbul Convention, an international treaty on preventing domestic violence.

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