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13.04.21 04:09 Taiwan: 'Record number' of China jets enter airspace

Schlagwörter: Taiwanese-controlled, VideoSaving, Washington, Secretary, President

Beijing sends 25 military aircraft into Taiwan as the US warns against an 'increasingly aggressive' China.

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13.04.21 03:34 Gruppe S: German far-right group on trial for 'terror plot'

Schlagwörter: Baden-Württemberg, Rhine-Westphalia, Michelfelder, Bruderschaft, Prosecutors

The 12 men are accused of planning attacks on migrants, Muslims and politicians in Germany.

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13.04.21 03:03 Fukushima: Japan approves releasing wastewater into ocean

Schlagwörter: Olympic-sized, Environmental, International, VideoSaving, Greenpeace

Most experts say it's a normal and safe practice but environmentalists and locals are not happy.

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13.04.21 02:49 World's wealthiest 'at heart of climate problem'

Schlagwörter: Conservative, Environment, VideoSaving, University, Agreement

The so-called “polluter elite” must change their lifestyles to tackle climate change, a report says.

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13.04.21 02:31 Sputnik V: What we know about India's Covid-19 vaccines

Schlagwörter: Oxford-AstraZeneca, Pfizer-BioNTech, International, Organization, Palestinian

Russia's Sputnik V is deemed to be safe and works in a way similar to the Oxford-AstraZeneca jab.

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13.04.21 01:01 George Floyd death: The prosecution's case against Derek Chauvin

Schlagwörter: Minneapolis, Petersburg, Lockdown, Chauvin, Tuesday

Over 11 days of testimony, we heard from eyewitnesses, fellow police officers and medical experts.

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12.04.21 23:53 Somaliland and Taiwan: Two territories with few friends but each other

Schlagwörter: Somaliland-Taiwan, Somalilanders, Somaliland, Initiative, Secretary

Taiwan and Somaliland are basically fully functioning territories but neither is recognised internationally.

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12.04.21 23:49 The anti-vax movement targeting German children

Schlagwörter: Covid-sceptic, Württemberg, Querdenken, Christians, Holnburger

An anti-lockdown, anti-vaccine movement with ties to the far right has recruited hundreds of children.

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12.04.21 23:26 The exchange project uniting young Americans during the pandemic

Schlagwörter: Eighteen-year-old, Massachusetts, Gatsby-esque, Reservation, McCullough

Teenagers from across the US are coming together to discuss their vastly differing backgrounds.

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12.04.21 23:22 Myanmar coup: The people shot dead since the protests began

Schlagwörter: Fourteen-year-old, Association, Assistance, Political, Prisoners

Hundreds have been killed since February. Now, their families are telling their stories.

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12.04.21 23:19 Covid accelerates India's millionaire exodus

Schlagwörter: London-headquartered, Johannesburg-based, Distinguished, Delhi-based, Enforcement

As Covid cases surge, India's wealthy lead global enquiries for citizenship and residency abroad.

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12.04.21 23:16 Iran and Israel's shadow war takes a dangerous turn

Schlagwörter: Israeli-occupied, Revolutionary, Comprehensive, Israeli-owned, International

The Middle East foes are engaged in brinkmanship on several fronts.

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12.04.21 23:07 Saving the kelp forest that stars in My Octopus Teacher

Schlagwörter: Bafta-winning, Correspondent, Philippines, Minneapolis, Australia

The makers of the Bafta-winning documentary want to preserve the underwater ecosystem it features.

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12.04.21 22:48 George Floyd's younger sibling tells court: 'I miss my brother'

Schlagwörter: Chicago-based, Minnesota, Philonise, Stoughton, Video'The

George Floyd's younger brother was among those who testified on Monday in the Derek Chauvin trial.

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12.04.21 19:12 Minneapolis: Daunte Wright shooting by police 'accidental'

Schlagwörter: Minneapolis, StarTribune, Department, Throughout, Minnesota

Daunte Wright was fatally shot after an officer mistook her gun for a Taser, the police chief says.

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12.04.21 17:18 Manhunt after 'execution' shooting in Paris

Schlagwörter: Witnesses, Video'The, Francis, Szpiner, William

A gunman is said to have shot a man in the head outside a hospital before calmly walking away.

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12.04.21 15:49 Iran nuclear attack: Mystery surrounds nuclear sabotage at Natanz

Schlagwörter: Statements, Video'The, Ensuring, Homeland, Iranians

Iran blames Israel, but was this a cyber attack or physical act of sabotage?

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12.04.21 15:02 Will Smith's slavery film Emancipation pulls out of Georgia over voting laws

Schlagwörter: BoycottGeorgia, Emancipation, Constitution, Wandavision, Republicans

Smith says he's "compelled" to move filming elsewhere because of Georgia's "regressive" voting laws.

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12.04.21 14:54 Nevskaya Manufaktura: Fire destroys historic factory in St Petersburg

Schlagwörter: Manufaktura, Emergencies, Petersburg, Video'The, Nevskaya

The former textile factory has been a St Petersburg landmark since 1841.

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12.04.21 13:19 Minneapolis: Daunte Wright killing by police sparks unrest

Schlagwörter: Minneapolis, Australia, Brooklyn, American, Teargas

There was unrest near Minneapolis after police fatally shoot a black man in a traffic stop.

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12.04.21 10:32 Police officer who pepper-sprayed US Army soldier fired

Schlagwörter: African-American, Department, Ex-police, Gutierrez, Video'The

The black army lieutenant filed a lawsuit against two policemen in Virginia after a traffic stop turned violent.

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12.04.21 10:25 France moves to ban short-haul domestic flights

Schlagwörter: Flightradar24, Convention, President, Video'The, Airlines

MPs vote to stop flights where the journey could be made by train in under 2.5 hours.

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12.04.21 09:50 Neighbours star says cast members tried to get her deported

Schlagwörter: Aboriginal-Australian, Neighbours, Australian, Australia, Instagram

British actress Nicola Charles alleges that two co-stars contacted Australia's immigration service.

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12.04.21 09:33 Joseph Siravo: The Sopranos and Jersey Boys star dies aged 64

Schlagwörter: Award-winning, BBCNewsEnts, Gandolfini, Washington, Treehouse

Tributes have been paid to the actor, who played mobster Tony Soprano's father Johnny.

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12.04.21 07:19 Iran 'to take revenge' for attack on Natanz nuclear site

Schlagwörter: President, Video'The, Iranian, Video'I, Israel

Iran's foreign ministry blames Israel for Sunday's incident at the Natanz uranium enrichment plant.

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12.04.21 05:59 Haridwar: Crowds surging at India's Kumbh Mela amid deadly Covid wave

Schlagwörter: Covid-appropriate, Uttarakhand, Maharashtra, Himalayan, Allahabad

Tens of thousands are participating in Kumbh Mela even as India records its highest-ever Covid spike.

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12.04.21 05:28 Prince Philip: The Vanuatu tribes mourning the death of their 'god'

Schlagwörter: Vanuatu-based, Commonwealth, Vanuatuan, Edinburgh, Yaohnanen

As Britain grieves his death, so do some Pacific tribespeople who revere him as a spiritual figure.

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12.04.21 05:10 Protests near Minneapolis after black man shot dead by police

Schlagwörter: Minneapolis, Department, Minnesota, Video'The, Governor

Police fire tear gas at demonstrators after a black man was fatally shot during a traffic stop.

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12.04.21 04:16 Guillermo Lasso: Conservative ex-banker elected Ecuador president

Schlagwörter: Ecuadoreans, Statistics, Guillermo, According, Institute

Guillermo Lasso, 65, has vowed to attract foreign investment and break away from leftist policies.

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12.04.21 03:35 St Vincent volcano: Eruptions likely in coming days, experts warn

Schlagwörter: White-coloured, Respiratory, Soufrière, Explosions, University

The Caribbean island of St Vincent has been blanketed in ash after the La Soufrière volcano erupted.

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12.04.21 03:15 Chinese official says local vaccines 'don't have high protection rates'

Schlagwörter: BioNtech/Pfizer, Organisation, AstraZeneca, Prevention, Developed

However he later appeared to backtrack, saying his comments were a "complete misunderstanding".

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12.04.21 01:24 Alibaba accepts record China fine and vows to change

Schlagwörter: Administration, Regulation, Video'The, Chinese, Alibaba

China's regulators slapped a $2.8bn fine on the e-commerce giant over monopoly concerns

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11.04.21 23:40 Being mixed race like Kamala Harris: 'I feel just as Indian as I feel black'

Schlagwörter: Kamala’s, Elephant, January, Kamala, Harris

Three women who share Kamala Harris' mixed parentage open up about balancing the two sides of their lives.

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11.04.21 23:38 Yuri Gagarin: Sixty years since the first man went into space

Schlagwörter: Gagarin’s, Rosenberg, Elephant, Russian, Russia

The BBC speaks to the woman who, as a child, witnessed Yuri Gagarin's return to Earth 60 years ago.

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11.04.21 23:11 Why India's forest fires are worrying scientists

Schlagwörter: Chhattisgarh, Uttarakhand, Pithoragarh, Atmospheric, Authorities

Activists say authorities in India and Nepal seem underprepared to fight forest fires.

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11.04.21 23:10 Camille Pissarro: Transatlantic struggle for painting stolen by Nazis

Schlagwörter: Léone-Noëlle, Impressionist, Shepherdess, Association, Regulations

A Pissarro painting is the focus of a custody battle involving a Holocaust survivor and a US museum.

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11.04.21 20:37 Markus Söder joins German chancellor race

Schlagwörter: Christian, Democrats, Speaking, Bavarian, Minister

Bavaria's premier finally says he may be the conservatives' candidate to replace Angela Merkel.

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11.04.21 16:53 Cambodia criticises edited photos of Khmer Rouge victims

Schlagwörter: Vietnamese-backed, Inconsiderate, Thai-Cambodia, Authorities, Responsible

Some of the images colourised by an Irish artist appear to have been edited to show them smiling.

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11.04.21 15:02 Iran nuclear: 'Incident' at underground Natanz facility

Schlagwörter: Comprehensive, Organisation, Kamalvandi, President, Edinburgh

An electrical fault is reported at the Natanz site where advanced uranium centrifuges were unveiled.

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11.04.21 14:29 New Christ statue in Brazil's Encantado to be taller than Rio's

Schlagwörter: Association, Swiebodzin, Protector, Encantado, £255,000

A head and outstretched arms have been added to Christ the Protector in the southern city of Encantado.

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11.04.21 14:16 Sydney remembers Prince Philip: ‘We feel more connected now’

Schlagwörter: Australia’s, Announcement, Mauritanian, Edinburgh, Covid-19

More than 500 people attended a church service in Sydney, Australia, where Prince Philip was remembered.

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11.04.21 13:56 US army officer sues police over violent traffic stop

Schlagwörter: African-American, Lieutenant, Department, Gutierrez, Ex-police

A black army lieutenant files a lawsuit against two policemen in Virginia after being pepper-sprayed.

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11.04.21 13:39 US soldier faces guns and pepper spray in traffic stop

Schlagwörter: Mauritanian, Countess, America, Vincent, Matter

A black army lieutenant is suing police after he was pulled over by two officers in Virginia.

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11.04.21 13:35 Jordan royal family pictured together following 'royal rift'

Schlagwörter: University, Hashemite, Wednesday, Sandhurst, Jordanian

They appear in public a week after Prince Hamzah was accused of plotting to destabilise the kingdom.

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11.04.21 13:14 Chad presidential election: Voters head to the polls amid a boycott

Schlagwörter: Romadoumngar, Republican, N'Djamena, Beassemda, Soldiers

Turnout is unclear in the vote boycotted by opposition candidates over brutality against protesters.

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11.04.21 11:00 Elephant calf rescued from bottom of well in India

Schlagwörter: Mauritanian, Elephant, Odisha, Saving, Prince

An elephant calf has been rescued from the bottom of a dug well in India's Odisha state.

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11.04.21 07:53 Cyclone Seroja: Western Australia braces as category two storm nears

Schlagwörter: CycloneSeroja, Meteorology, Department, Australian, Associated

Officials warn of a threat to lives as the tropical storm approaches Western Australia.

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11.04.21 07:49 Benin elections: The fight for a democratic future

Schlagwörter: Demonstrations, Conference, Houngbedji, Léocadie, Kérékou

Several opposition leaders are barred from Sunday's poll in a country once seen as a model for Africa.

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11.04.21 07:43 St Vincent volcano: Power cuts after another 'explosive event'

Schlagwörter: Soufrière, Management, System’s, Grenadines, University

Monitors report another "explosive event" at a volcano on the now ash-covered Caribbean island of St Vincent.

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11.04.21 06:47 Covid-19: India vaccination crosses 100 million doses

Schlagwörter: Oxford-AstraZeneca, Maharashtra, AstraZeneca, University, Covishield

But despite the huge inoculation drive, India has just registered another record increase in infections.

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