La fonte des neiges et des glaces

La fonte des neiges et des glaces

Le changement climatique est en train de transformer l'Himalaya alors que la fonte des glaciers forme de nouveaux lacs qui menacent les villages de la région. Un système de drainage et d'alerte a été installé sur le plus grand et le plus rapide de...
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Housewives become India’s latest gig workers as “cloud kitchens” flourish

Rashmi Sahijwala, aged 59, is part of an army of housewives turning their homes into "cloud kitchens" to feed time-starved millennials. New apps are tapping the skills of housewives to slice, dice and prepare meals for hungry urbanites from the co...
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Prosecution begins second day of its presentation at impeachment trial

Prosecution begins second day of its presentation at impeachment trial

House impeachment managers continue the presentation of their case in the trial of US President Donald Trump in the Senate in Washington. The prosecution has over 16 hours left to make its case to senators that the president abused his power and o...
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French union holds torch-lit protest in Paris against pension reform

French union holds torch-lit protest in Paris against pension reform

France's CGT union holds a torch-lit protest on Place de la République in Paris, on the eve of a seventh nationwide day of protests against pension reform.
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'We are not winning war' on climate change, UN chief warns in Davos

'We are not winning war' on climate change, UN chief warns in Davos

The world is losing the war against climate change, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres tells business leaders at the Davos forum, urging rapid action to prevent humanity being doomed.
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Venezuela: government supporters march against 'imperialism' in Caracas

Venezuela: government supporters march against 'imperialism' in Caracas

As Venezuelans celebrate the 62nd anniversary of the fall of the dictatorship of Marcos Perez Jimenez, thousands gather in Caracas for a pro-government march against 'imperialism'. Opposition protesters are also due to rally on the first anniversa...
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Hundreds of Central American migrants cross into Mexico from Guatemala

Hundreds of Central American migrants cross into Mexico from Guatemala

Hundreds of Central American migrants make their way in Mexico after crossing the Suchiate river on the border with Guatemala, forming a column and trekking to Ciudad Hidalgo, in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas.
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"Mr Stop Brexit" visits EU Parliament

"Mr Stop Brexit" visits EU Parliament

Steve Bray, who's been campaigning for years in front of Westminster and known for his famous roaring "Stop Brexit", visits the EU parliament in Brussels.
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Parish priest and magician: Father Alex's double vocation

Parish priest and magician: Father Alex's double vocation

It's not a traditional mix: Father Alex is both a priest and a magician. But the Parish Priest of Saint-Merry Church, who got into "card tricks" as a child, keeps both his professions separate so as not to scare his parishioners.
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Afghan drought threatens shepherds

Afghan drought threatens shepherds

Afghan sheep farmers' livelihoods are under threat as changing weather patterns wreak havoc. According to experts Afghanistan is one of the countries most vulnerable to climate change, even though it produces just 0.1 percent of the world's greenh...
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Coronavirus: France ready for 'rapid diagnosis' if case suspected

Coronavirus: France ready for 'rapid diagnosis' if case suspected

French Health Minister Agnès Buzyn says France is able to conduct "a very rapid diagnosis" if a case of coronavirus is suspected in France. Speaking from a press briefing on the epidemic, she added that a centre in Lyon will be operational "by tom...
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Economic risks 'less pronounced' as trade tensions ease: Lagarde

Economic risks 'less pronounced' as trade tensions ease: Lagarde

European Central Bank chief Christine Lagarde says risks to the eurozone economy had become "less pronounced" in the wake of a US-China trade truce even as President Donald Trump reignited a trade spat with Europe.
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World leaders attend Fifth World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem

World leaders attend Fifth World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem

Russian President Vladimir Putin arrives to the fifth World Holocaust Forum and takes his seat amongst world leaders gathering to mark 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz, the World War II death camp where the Nazis killed more than 1.1 mil...
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Three American firefighters die as fires resume in Australia

Three American firefighters die as fires resume in Australia

Australian firefighters tackle a house on fire near Moruya in New South Wales. High temperatures and strong winds have fuelled an outbreak of new blazes across several areas in eastern Australia, ending a period of respite following several days o...
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Top UN court orders Myanmar to prevent Rohingya genocide

Top UN court orders Myanmar to prevent Rohingya genocide

International Court of Justice presiding judge Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf declares that the UN's top court orders Myanmar to take "all measures within its power" to prevent alleged genocide against Rohingya Muslims.
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Interest rates

Interest rates

Graphic explaining how interest rates work. With policy locked in easy-money mode, European Central Bank watchers will look Thursday for hints about its strategic review and an updated assessment of risks facing the eurozone economy.
European Central Bank

European Central Bank

Updated videographic on the European Central Bank. With policy locked in easy-money mode, European Central Bank watchers will look Thursday for hints about its strategic review and an updated assessment of risks facing the eurozone economy.
Myanmar's Rohingya

Myanmar's Rohingya

Videographic on the Rohingya. The UN's top court ordered Myanmar on Thursday to take "all measures within its power" to prevent alleged genocide against Rohingya Muslims.
Top UN court says it can rule in Rohingya case

Top UN court says it can rule in Rohingya case

International Court of Justice presiding judge Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf says the UN's top court has the authority to rule in an urgent case in which Myanmar is accused of genocide against Rohingya Muslims.
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Hundreds evacuated in south of France due to flooding

Hundreds evacuated in south of France due to flooding

More than 250 people have been evacuated from Carcassonne district overnight, joining 1,500 people in the neighbouring region forced to leave their homes as flooding continues to affect people in the south of France following Storm Gloria.
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The spark behind the electric car

The spark behind the electric car

Videographic showing how electric cars work. Tesla's market value hit $100 billion for the first time Wednesday, triggering a payout plan that could be worth billions for Elon Musk, founder and chief of the electric carmaker.
Hacking

Hacking

Videographic on hacking. Amazon chief Jeff Bezos's phone was likely infected by spyware hidden in a message from Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, according to an analysis released Wednesday, prompting calls for an official investigation.
Hong Kong masks up as virus outbreak fears mount

Hong Kong masks up as virus outbreak fears mount

More Hong Kong residents are wearing face masks as Chinese authorities rush to contain the Wuhan virus outbreak. So far two people in the international financial hub have tested positive for the new coronavirus -- which is similar to the SARS path...
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Few passengers bound for Wuhan amid virus lockdown

Few passengers bound for Wuhan amid virus lockdown

It's the Lunar New Year and typically hundreds of millions of passengers would be busy travelling across China, bound for family celebrations. But there are few passengers heading to Wuhan, as the major transport hub comes under a lockdown with au...
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Renewed night clashes break out outside Lebanese parliament

Renewed night clashes break out outside Lebanese parliament

Renewed night clashes break out near the Lebanese parliament in downtown Beirut between protesters hurling stones and fire crackers and police firing water canons and tear gas canisters.
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