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Thousands of women in Mexico and Argentina marched to demand the legalization of abortion.
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Share trading in Japan has been suspended after the Tokyo Stock Exchange suffered its worst technical outage in history.
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A major risk factor for contracting severe forms of COVID-19 is a gene cluster inherited from Neanderthals.
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"When you see the courage of women [in Belarus] who are taking to the streets for a free life without corruption, I can only say: I admire that, and find it truly impressive," said German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
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Bosnian authorities evicted hundreds of people from a United Nations-run migrant camp in the country's northwest.
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Germany has issued partial or full travel warnings for more than 10 European countries, including Belgium, Iceland and some parts of the UK.
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Illegal deforestation fires set intentionally by humans are destroying the Brazilian Amazon for good. Currently, the destruction is at a 10-year high. So, do people simply not care about the Amazon? Wrong. As always, just follow the money:
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What happens when the cameras in Belarus stop filming, and the outside world stops paying attention? The government is sending journalists to jail.
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The geographical division parting East and West Germany until 1990 may have vanished from world maps — but not so much from people's minds.
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Italy's "Robinson Crusoe" is facing eviction from his island — but he won’t go without a fight.
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Around 850,000 people in Madrid have been told to stay at home as Spain battles a huge spike in coronavirus cases. But some residents say the lockdown is disproportionately affecting the poor.
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Germany has named 90 locations that could safely house containers of radioactive nuclear waste permanently. The debate over radioactive waste has been long and divisive.
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What happens if we get COVID-19 and the flu at the same time?
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Facebook has banned political ads seeking to delegitimize the US election. The new rules were implemented after President Trump cast doubt over mail-in ballots.
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Protests have erupted in India, after a Dalit woman was allegedly raped and killed by four upper caste men. Rights groups say that Dalits have long faced discrimination and abuse in India.
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The Bosnian police have emptied a migrant camp, evicting hundreds of residents. They have been moved to a remote camp ill-equipped for winter conditions.
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Along with a pandemic, Hong Kong is facing a housing crisis. Will all its residents be able to fit in?
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Several rockets believed to be targeting US troops were launched near Erbil airport, in the semi-autonomous Kurdistan Region of Iraq, on Wednesday.
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Who are the Proud Boys President Donald Trump told to "stand back and stand by"? The group is celebrating after Trump refused to condemn white supremacist violence during the presidential debate.
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