Pro-life campaigners take to the streets in Washington DC

Pro-life campaigners take to the streets in Washington DC

Pro-life campaigners gather and prepare to take part in the "March for Life" in Washington, DC. The "March for Life," which President Trump addressed in person earlier, is organized annually on or near the anniversary of the Supreme Court's ruling...
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Paris cheers Naomi Campbell and Nigeria's rising fashion star

Paris cheers Naomi Campbell and Nigeria's rising fashion star

Nigerian fashion designer Kenneth Ize makes a storming Paris fashion week debut with his "fairy godmother", supermodel Naomi Campbell, closing the show.
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Thousands attend LA memorial for Kobe Bryant and daughter

Thousands attend LA memorial for Kobe Bryant and daughter

Thousands of celebrities, athletes, family members and fans pour into the Staples Center in Los Angeles to honor basketball great Kobe Bryant, who died last month in a helicopter crash that also killed his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven oth...
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Ailing Iranians suffer as sanctions hit medical supplies

Ailing Iranians suffer as sanctions hit medical supplies

Iranians have been suffering from scarce medicine supplies even before the new coronavirus broke out in the central city of Qom and spread, claiming several lives and fostering panic amid a shortage of face masks.
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Sandstorm hits Mauritanian capital Nouakchott

Sandstorm hits Mauritanian capital Nouakchott

Mauritania's capital Nouakchott is covered by a thick cloud of sand and dust.
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Jakarta swamped by flooding after torrential rains

Jakarta swamped by flooding after torrential rains

Dozens of Jakarta neighbourhoods are flooded after torrential rains pounded Indonesia's capital, bringing parts of the city to a ginding halt. The latest inundations comes less than two months after nearly 70 people were killed in some of the mega...
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Sao Clemente samba school launches second night of Rio carnival

Sao Clemente samba school launches second night of Rio carnival

Members of the Sao Clemente samba school perform during their last night of the Rio's Carnival parade at the Sambadrome Marques de Sapucai in Rio de Janeiro, with dances, colorful costumes and eye-catching floats.
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Protesters rally against Trump's visit to India

Protesters rally against Trump's visit to India

As India welcomes US President Donald Trump activists in Kolkata burns his effigy in a protest against his visit.
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Louboutin's 30-year, shoe-creating career celebrated in Paris exhibition

Louboutin's 30-year, shoe-creating career celebrated in Paris exhibition

"As soon as you put on heels, it changes your posture, it changes your shape, the design of your body, and gives you a certain awareness of your body," shoe designer and creator Christian Louboutin tells AFP in an interview ahead of the opening, t...
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Iranians fear government cover-up for coronavirus death toll

Iranians fear government cover-up for coronavirus death toll

Iranians fear government cover-up for the coronavirus death toll amid a shortage in protective face masks after Iran's government dismissed claims the toll could be as high as 50. The authorities in the Islamic republic have come under mounting pu...
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Weinstein verdict: "a new day" for Manhattan's top prosecutor

Weinstein verdict: "a new day" for Manhattan's top prosecutor

"This is the new landscape for sexual violence survivors, it is a new day," says Manhattan's top prosecutor Cyrus Vance after Harvey Weinstein was convicted on two charges of sexual assault and rape. The disgraced film producer remains in custody ...
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Coronavirus, missing Chinese tourists, hits Paris tourism sector

Coronavirus, missing Chinese tourists, hits Paris tourism sector

Chinese tourists are scarce, and non-Chinese Asian tourists are unwillingly suffering from widespread fears over the coronavirus: in Paris, a favourite European destination for the Chinese, the effects of the epidemic are impacting the tourism sec...
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Weinstein's defense team to seek appeal on "plenty of appellant issues"

Weinstein's defense team to seek appeal on "plenty of appellant issues"

Arthur Aidala, a defense lawyer for Harvey Weinstein, says "the appellant lawyers think there are plenty of appellant issues" after the fallen Hollywood mogul was convicted of sex assault and rape, but was cleared of predatory sexual assault charges.
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Partial truce gives temporary peace to Kabul residents

Partial truce gives temporary peace to Kabul residents

A partial truce between the Taliban, US and Afghan forces marking a potential turning point in Afghanistan's gruelling war enters the third day. Residents in Kabul express relief and hope for the calmness to continue
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Shanghai factories resume operations after virus shutdown

Shanghai factories resume operations after virus shutdown

Workers return to production lines as some factories in Shanghai resume operations after the new coronavirus epidemic triggered a national shutdown, but officials say most small businesses have ytet to reopen amid supply chain obstructions.
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Rescue teams remain at the scene of the Volkmarsen carnival procession incident

Rescue teams remain at the scene of the Volkmarsen carnival procession incident

Several dozen people, including children were injured Monday when a car drove into a carnival procession in central Germany, police said, adding that the driver had been arrested.
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Fans gather outside Staples Center ahead of Kobe Bryant Memorial

Fans gather outside Staples Center ahead of Kobe Bryant Memorial

Fans gather outside the Staples Center in Los Angeles where a public memorial service for NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna Bryant will be held.
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Trump and wife Melania tour Taj Mahal on India visit

Trump and wife Melania tour Taj Mahal on India visit

US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visit the Taj Mahal in Agra as part of their official two-day visit to India.
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Rio Carnival reigning champions dazzle with provocative, colorful show

Rio Carnival reigning champions dazzle with provocative, colorful show

The reigning champions of the Rio Carnival, the Mangueira samba school, showcase their flashy and colorful army of dancers and floats to spectators. The school presents various revisionist versions of Jesus -- black, a woman, a man in eyeshadow an...
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Spectators dance, cheer at mega Trump rally in India

Spectators dance, cheer at mega Trump rally in India

Spectators inside the world's biggest cricket stadium cheer and dance for US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the pair hold a rally in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad. The "Namaste Trump" event is part of Trum...
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Coronavirus epidemic has 'peaked and plateaued' in China: WHO

Coronavirus epidemic has 'peaked and plateaued' in China: WHO

The World Health Organization says the outbreak of the deadly new coronavirus has "peaked" in China, where new cases have been declining since early February.
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Jussie Smollett arrives at court as he's accused of fabricating crime

Jussie Smollett arrives at court as he's accused of fabricating crime

US actor Jussie Smollett arrives at court in Chicago as he faces charges related to accusations that he fabricated a hate crime against himself.
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US: Jussie Smollett's alleged hired attackers arrive at court

US: Jussie Smollett's alleged hired attackers arrive at court

Olabinjo and Abimbola Osundario, the two brothers that former "Empire" star Jussie Smollett allegedly hired to stage an attack, arrive at a courthouse in Chicago. The US television actor, who was accused of fabricating a hate crime, was earlier th...
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Iran, Italy, S.Korea virus cases 'deeply concerning': WHO chief

Iran, Italy, S.Korea virus cases 'deeply concerning': WHO chief

The jump in new coronavirus cases in Iran, Italy and South Korea in recent days is "deeply concerning", says the head of the World Health Organization.
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Assange's father warns of extradition consequences as hearing begins

Assange's father warns of extradition consequences as hearing begins

As Julian Assange's extradition hearing begins, his father warns of the consequences of his son being extradited from the UK to the United States, saying "journalists, publishers and publications" will be subject to the same conditions.
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