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16.04.21 10:43 The climate crisis: Is capitalism the problem?

Schlagwörter: TV Shows, Show Types, Business and Economy, Climate, Climate Change, Kshama, Sawant, Naomi

Author Naomi Klein and politician Kshama Sawant discuss why global mass movements are key to tackling climate change.

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16.04.21 10:36 Germany’s Merkel pushes for widening of powers as COVID surges

Schlagwörter: News, Coronavirus pandemic, Europe, Germany, Alternative, Chancellor, Addressing, Protection, Institute

Chancellor Merkel says gov't must be able to impose 'emergency brake' restrictions on regions with high infection rates.

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16.04.21 10:24 Iran starts enriching uranium at 60%, its highest level ever

Schlagwörter: News, Iran, Middle East, Organization, Netanyahu, Thursday, Mohammad, Minister

Announcement is likely to raise tensions as Iran negotiates with world powers to revive the 2015 nuclear agreement.

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16.04.21 10:02 Reckoning with Foucault’s alleged sexual abuse of boys in Tunisia

Schlagwörter: Opinions, Child Rights, Racism, Europe, France, Philippines, University, Foucault’s, Mitterrand, Libération

We need to address the reports about the French philosopher's predatory behaviour in Tunisia.

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16.04.21 09:54 Pakistan temporarily blocks social media amid anti-France rallies

Schlagwörter: News, Islamophobia, Social Media, Asia, Pakistan, Tehreek-i-Labbaik, Tehrik-i-Labaiak, Qureshi/AFP]A, Foundation, Islamabad

Government orders hours-long shutdown of social media and instant messaging platforms after days of violent protests.

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16.04.21 09:24 What are the Benin bronzes, and why are they so controversial?

Schlagwörter: News, History, Africa, Ovonramwen, Nogbaisi’s, Historical, Britain’s, Nogbaisi

In 1897, British soldiers looted the sculptures, which now remain in Western museums and collections.

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16.04.21 09:13 Opponents of Myanmar coup announce unity government

Schlagwörter: News, Politics, Asia Pacific, Myanmar, Kantarawaddy, Tanintharyi, Myanmar’s, President, Democracy

Win Myint designated as president, deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi named as state counsellor.

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16.04.21 09:11 India: Vaccine exclusion fears over digital ID, face recognition

Schlagwörter: News, Coronavirus pandemic, Asia, India, Aadhaar-based, Foundation, Jharkhand, Authority, Insisting

Millions at risk of missing vaccines as Indian state pilots facial recognition technology at inoculation centres.

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16.04.21 08:53 US-China tech decoupling: IMF warns of global GDP crunch

Schlagwörter: News, Economy, Technology, Trade War, Asia Pacific, International, Technologies, Television, U.S.-China, Bloomberg

Technological fragmentation could lead to losses of about 5 percent of global GDP, IMF research shows.

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16.04.21 08:50 From Germany to Ireland, a fresh push to return the Benin bronzes

Schlagwörter: News, Features, Arts and Culture, History, Africa, Images/LightRocket, British-Nigerian, Kingdom-educated, Aberdeen/Handout, French-speaking

As a decolonisation movement sweeps across Europe, there are efforts to return art looted by British soldiers in 1897.

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16.04.21 08:49 Israeli army says it targeted ‘Hamas military sites’ in Gaza

Schlagwörter: News, Middle East, Palestine, Palestinians, Palestinian, Al-Zaytoun, Al-Bureij, Thursday

Israel claims it targeted 'weapons manufacturing site', while Palestinian media say agricultural lands also attacked.

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16.04.21 08:40 Turkey’s Erdogan, Pakistani PM talk before Afghan peace summit

Schlagwörter: News, Middle East, Turkey, Negotiations, Islamabad’s, Afghanistan, Pakistan’s, US-Taliban

Imran Khan reaffirms Islamabad's commitment to Afghan peace process before key talks in Turkey later this month.

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16.04.21 08:34 Brexit pain for UK financial hub is just beginning: Study

Schlagwörter: News, Economy, Brexit, European Union, United Kingdom, Kilcoyne/Reuters]“This, Financial’s, Amsterdam’s, Luxembourg, Frankfurt

About 7,400 jobs and $1.4 trillion in assets have moved or could move to EU from London, New Financial study finds.

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16.04.21 08:27 Olympics on the line as Japan slides back into COVID emergency

Schlagwörter: News, Coronavirus pandemic, Olympics, Asia Pacific, Japan, Pfizer-BioNTech, Jazeera]Japan, Reuters]Japan, Association, Councillors

Tougher measures introduced to try and slow spread of COVID-19 that is being driven by new variants.

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16.04.21 07:54 Pfizer CEO: Third vaccine dose ‘likely’ needed within 12 months

Schlagwörter: News, Coronavirus pandemic, United States, US & Canada, British-Swedish, AstraZeneca, According, Bulgarian, COVID-19

Researchers currently do not know how long vaccines provide protection against the coronavirus.

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16.04.21 07:17 California student body demands ban on caste-based discrimination

Schlagwörter: News, Education, Racism, Asia, India, Massachusetts-based, Dalithistorymonth, Interestingly, Soundararajan, International

'Historic' California State University student association resolution wants caste added to anti-discrimination policy.

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16.04.21 06:58 Duterte urged to confront Chinese ‘bullying’ in South China Sea

Schlagwörter: News, South China Sea, Asia Pacific, Philippines, International, US-Philippine, Unfortunately, ANCHeadstart, Manila-based

Manila urged to shore up its exclusive economic zone in the South China Sea by building structures within its waters.

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16.04.21 06:14 Indianapolis: Multiple people shot at FedEx site, gunman dead

Schlagwörter: News, United States, US & Canada, Indianapolis, Minneapolis, California, Thursday, Jeremiah

Police spokesperson says multiple people shot but did not give a specific number.

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16.04.21 05:45 China posts record economic growth after plunge 12 months ago

Schlagwörter: News, Economy, Business and Economy, Asia Pacific, China, Bloomberg]“China’s, Evans-Pritchard, Statistics, Bloomberg, Economics

But quarterly comparison shows slowing momentum, with analysts forecasting levelling off in construction and exports.

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16.04.21 05:00 India reports another record daily rise in COVID infections

Schlagwörter: News, Coronavirus pandemic, Asia, India, COVID-19, Haridwar, Deaths, Friday, United

India records 217,353 cases over the last 24 hours - the eighth record daily increase in nine days.

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16.04.21 03:37 Veteran Hong Kong democracy politicians in court for sentencing

Schlagwörter: News, Politics, Asia Pacific, China, Hong Kong, Siu/Reuters]Children, Anti-extradition, Photo]Diplomats, Wallace/AFP]The, Siu/Reuters]Lai

Group faces as many as five years in prison over 'illegal assembly' charges stemming from protests in August 2019.

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16.04.21 02:17 Lula clear to take on Bolsonaro as Brazil court upholds ruling

Schlagwörter: News, Corruption, Politics, Brazil, Latin America, Ex-president, Bolsonaro’s, Brazilians, President, Bolsonaro

The next presidential election is set for October 2022 and the devastating toll of COVID-19 is likely to be a key issue.

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15.04.21 22:49 Canada-US asylum seeker agreement upheld by court

Schlagwörter: News, Migration, Refugees, Canada, United States, Muschi/Reuters]The, Reuters]Last, Christinne, University, Canada-US

Appeals court sides with the Canadian government, which is defending the agreement to turn back asylum seekers.

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15.04.21 22:40 Reparations for US slave descendants gains momentum

Schlagwörter: News, Race Issues, United States, US & Canada, Images]Recommendations, African-American, Representatives, Representative, Reuters/Ipsos

Congress is considering a commission to study impact of slavery and racism and to recommend potential compensation.

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15.04.21 21:38 Chicago releases video of officer shooting 13-year-old Latino boy

Schlagwörter: News, Black Lives Matter, Police, United States, US & Canada, Accountability, Minneapolis, Associated, Photo]City, Chicago’s

Video shows Adam Toledo raise his hands before officer fires one shot; police say a gun was recovered from the scene.

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15.04.21 21:18 Dow breaks past 34,000, S&P 500 hits week’s second record high

Schlagwörter: News, Economy, Banks, Business and Economy, Coronavirus pandemic, Uncharacteristically, Cryptocurrency, Industrial, Associates, Composite

It was the second time this week the S&P 500 registered a new best close and the Dow surpassed its previous closing.

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15.04.21 20:52 US Capitol Police needs ‘cultural change’ after riot: Watchdog

Schlagwörter: News, United States, US & Canada, Millis/Reuters]The, Administration, Associated, Inspector, Committee

Inspector general tells Congress police department was ill-prepared for insurrection, needs sweeping overhaul.

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15.04.21 20:48 Tesla’s Los Angeles and Maryland tunnels run into red tape

Schlagwörter: News, Economy, Automotive Industry, Business and Economy, Environment, Beck/AFP/Bloomberg]Anticipation, Baltimore-to-Washington, Baltimore-Washington, York-to-Washington, D.C.-to-Baltimore

Both US projects are currently mired in a regulatory no-man’s land of environmental review and have yet to break ground.

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15.04.21 20:33 Egyptian architects win Mosul mosque competition

Schlagwörter: News, Iraq, Middle East, Al-Obeidi/AFP]Selected, Director-General, Illustration, Courtyards, UNESCO]The

The 12th-century mosque, famous for its leaning minaret, was damaged in 2017 fighting between ISIL, US and Iraqi forces.

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15.04.21 20:32 Rare white tiger born at Cuba’s Havana zoo

Schlagwörter: News, Environment, Cuba, Latin America, Meneghini/Reuters]White, Zookeepers, Everything, Bangladesh, Alexandre

The tiger is one of four born on March 12 - white tigers are a genetic variation of orange Bengal tigers.

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15.04.21 20:19 Equal pay bill poised to pass US House, faces long road in Senate

Schlagwörter: News, Economy, Business and Economy, Civil Rights, Government, Representative, Organisation, Co-operation, Republicans, Development

The bill would make it easier for Americans to sue employers over pay discrimination.

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15.04.21 20:14 Officer who shot Daunte Wright makes first court appearance

Schlagwörter: News, Black Lives Matter, Courts, Police, Race Issues, Office/Handout, Reuters]Civil, Minneapolis, Government, Minnesota

Former police officer faces manslaughter charge for apparently mistaking her gun for a Taser and shooting Wright.

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15.04.21 18:52 US progressives target Trump’s Supreme Court legacy

Schlagwörter: News, United States, US & Canada, Ernst/Reuters]With, Representatives, Conservative, Republicans, Appointment

A proposal to add 4 justices does not have the support of top Democrats; Republicans call it 'court packing'.

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15.04.21 18:46 No proof of Eritrean troops’ Tigray exit, crisis worsening: UN

Schlagwörter: News, Abiy Ahmed, Conflict, Africa, Eritrea, TPLF-orchestrated, Unfortunately, International, Ethiopia’s, Liberation

Top official warns conflict 'not over', says 'vast majority' of Ethiopian region is fully or partially inaccessible.

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15.04.21 18:39 COVID booster jabs may be needed within a year: US official

Schlagwörter: News, Economy, Coronavirus pandemic, Health, Science and Technology, Prevention, University, President, Secretary, America’s

Biden's chief science officer says 'vulnerable' will be first to get boosters as studies on jab protections continue.

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15.04.21 18:36 Greek, Turkish foreign ministers clash at press conference

Schlagwörter: News, Politics, Europe, Greece, Middle East, Mediterranean, Ozbilici/AP, Cavusoglu, Photo]But, Meanwhile

The Greek foreign minister used his opening remarks to rattle off a series of longstanding complaints about Turkey.

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15.04.21 18:27 France’s parliament passes security bill increasing police powers

Schlagwörter: News, Europe, France, International, President, Policemen, Opponents, Insoumise

Parliament votes for bill despite criticisms from activists who say it threatens efforts to denounce police abuse.

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15.04.21 17:47 Why has Somalia’s president extended his mandate?

Schlagwörter: TV Shows, News, Show Types, Africa, Somalia, February

Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed said he is staying in office for two more years.

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15.04.21 17:31 Global officials urge rich countries to donate COVID jabs now

Schlagwörter: News, Coronavirus pandemic, Director-General, Preparedness, Organization, Innovations, Ghebreyesus

New Zealand pledges COVID-19 jabs as officials call for $2bn this year for the COVAX vaccine-sharing initiative.

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15.04.21 17:10 Amazon’s Bezos: ‘We need to a better job for our employees’

Schlagwörter: News, Economy, Business and Economy, Workers' Rights, United States, Customer-Centric, Amazon.com, Department, Wholesale, Thursday

In letter to shareholders, Bezos he said takes no comfort in Alabama warehouse workers voting against union push.

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15.04.21 16:54 Keep kids under 13 off Instagram, advocacy group tells Zuckerberg

Schlagwörter: News, Economy, Business and Economy, Child Rights, Media, Commercial-Free, Individuals, Facebook’s, Zuckerberg, Children’s

A non-profit called on Facebook’s chief to cancel plans to launch an Instagram platform for preteen kids.

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15.04.21 16:25 Higher risk of clots from COVID-19 compared with vaccines: Study

Schlagwörter: News, Coronavirus pandemic, Europe, United Kingdom, Oxford-AstraZeneca, AstraZeneca’s, AstraZeneca, Department, Psychiatry

The rollout of shots produced by AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson has been disrupted by fears over blood clots.

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15.04.21 16:06 Defence, prosecution rest as Derek Chauvin declines to testify

Schlagwörter: News, Black Lives Matter, Courts, Police, Race Issues, Rosenberg/Reuters]After, Constitution, Minneapolis, Amendment, Chauvin’s

Closing arguments will come on Monday then the jury will be sequestered to deliberate.

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15.04.21 15:53 Turkey: Central bank holds rates in first meeting with new chief

Schlagwörter: News, Economy, Banks, Business and Economy, Middle East, Abandoning, Thursday’s, Committee, Bloomberg, Kavcioglu

Turkey's central bank left its benchmark interest rate unchanged but dropped a pledge to deliver more rate hikes.

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15.04.21 15:46 US legislators ‘concerned’, vow to review resumed UAE arms sales

Schlagwörter: News, Economy, Conflict, Weapons, Middle East, Representatives, Administration, YemenCantWait, International, Fortunately

The Biden administration has told Congress it was proceeding with more than $23bn in weapons sales to the UAE.

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15.04.21 15:41 Mali sets February date for presidential, parliamentary elections

Schlagwörter: News, Elections, Africa, Mali, Transition, Lieutenant, Abdoulaye, September, Thursday

Date upholds promise of 18-month transition for returning to elected gov't in wake of August 2020 coup, minister says.

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15.04.21 15:32 Qatar stocks soar on plan to allow full foreign ownership

Schlagwörter: News, Economy, Business and Economy, Financial Markets, Middle East, Intelligence, Restaurants, Investment, EFG-Hermes, Commercial

Qatar said it could allow foreign investors to fully own listed firms, which could trigger nearly $1.5bn in inflows.

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15.04.21 15:18 In Pictures: World Press Photo 2021 winners

Schlagwörter: News, Gallery, Africa, Asia, Asia Pacific, Israel-Palestine, Foundation, Thursday, Nissen’s, COVID-19

Take a look at a selection of the celebrated images recognised this year by The World Press Photo Foundation.

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15.04.21 14:57 Drug-resistant malaria gaining foothold in Africa: Study

Schlagwörter: News, Africa, Organization, Plasmodium, Biomedical, University, California

The continent accounted for more than 90 percent of malaria deaths in 2019.

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15.04.21 14:57 Europe has surpassed one million COVID-19 deaths: WHO

Schlagwörter: News, Coronavirus pandemic, Europe, AstraZeneca’s, Organization, AstraZeneca, University, Addressing

UN health agency warns of a 'serious' situation in the region as infections soar to record levels in some nations.

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