• Maduro walked out of interview when showed video of people eating trash
Maduro walked out of interview when showed video of people eating trash

While Sanders was refusing to call Maduro a dictator, a Univision crew led by Jorge Ramos was arbitrarily detained in Caracas, the capital of Venezuela . Ramos, a veteran anchor born in Mexico, said he asked Mr Maduro about the lack of democracy in Venezuela, the torture of political prisoners and the country's humanitarian crisis.

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  • Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit stables in Morocco
Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit stables in Morocco

It's reported that the Duchess, who's seven months pregnant , revealed the sex of her baby to friends at her baby shower in New York, Mirror UK reports. They defended her by explaining a situation that is surrounding her family, and by talking about her as a person, and why they love her. Afterwards Orla said: "We were quite nervous meet...

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  • Labour set to back a second referendum on ‘damaging Tory Brexit’
Labour set to back a second referendum on ‘damaging Tory Brexit’

No date has been set for the next round of votes, but Theresa May has said that she will put her Brexit deal to the vote on 12 March. With the threat of further resignations by and the party losing support in the polls, Mr Corbyn told a meeting of his parliamentarians that Labour would "do everything in our power to prevent No Deal and oppose...

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  • Fire breaks out at Aero India parking area, 300 vehicles gutted
Fire breaks out at Aero India parking area, 300 vehicles gutted

No exact cause has been determined, but witnesses said the fire was initially started when someone threw a lit cigarette onto the dry grass . There were about 300 cars parked at the venue. At least 10 fire force and five fire engines were deployed to control the fire. Fire spread is controlled by creating a gap by removing adjacent cars.

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  • Tens of thousands gather at Colombia-Venezuela border concert
Tens of thousands gather at Colombia-Venezuela border concert

At least five Venezuelan troops have abandoned their posts at the country's border with Colombia as confrontations with protesters over incoming humanitarian aid grow more violent by the day. Maduro denies there are significant food and medicine shortages in Venezuela and has accused the United States of using its aid donations, which acc...

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  • Acknowledge church's hypocrisy: African nun scolds Catholic bishops on sexual abuse crisis
Acknowledge church's hypocrisy: African nun scolds Catholic bishops on sexual abuse crisis

It is the first time in the history of the clerical sexual scandals of recent decades that bishops from across the world have discussed episcopal accountability over abuse. Amid protests by a section of Catholic community in Mumbai, Archbishop of Bombay, Cardinal Oswald Gracias, opened the second day of a landmark summit at the Vatican on tacklin...

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  • Train possibly taking Kim Jong Un to summit enters China
Train possibly taking Kim Jong Un to summit enters China

Vietnamese police officers stand guard outside the media center of the summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and DPRK leader Kim Jong Un in Hanoi , Vietnam, February 23, 2019. Security was tight before the train's arrival, with police cordoning off the riverfront some 100m from the bridge with tape and metal barriers, and leading an AFP jou...

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  • Deadly fire kills over 40 in Dhaka, death toll may rise
Deadly fire kills over 40 in Dhaka, death toll may rise

Hundreds of people rushed to the Dhaka Medical College and Hospital to search for missing relatives, witnesses said. The blaze broke out in a four-storey building on Wednesday in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka. The collapse of the nine-story Rana Plaza garment factory in Dhaka on April 24, 2013, is one of the world's worst industrial accidents. ...

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  • Eighth MP jumps ship in crisis for UK Labour
Eighth MP jumps ship in crisis for UK Labour

The tweet, now deleted, stated: "Jewish people with any sense of humanity need to start speaking out publicly against the ruthless murdering being carried out by Israel", Sky News reported . "Let's change it", said Chuka Umunna , one of the lawmakers. However, several lawmakers have reportedly urged the party to do more. The YouGov voter intent...

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  • Trump Looks to Recover $1B Federal Grant for California Train Project
Trump Looks to Recover $1B Federal Grant for California Train Project

The transportation department's announcement came one day after California led a coalition of 16 states to sue the Trump administration over the president's decision to declare a national emergency for border wall funding. According to Richard Batory, the administrator of the agency, California failed to make adequate progress or "effectively m...

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  • ISIS schoolgirl Shamima Begum to lose United Kingdom citizenship, says family lawyer
ISIS schoolgirl Shamima Begum to lose United Kingdom citizenship, says family lawyer

However, Home Secretary Sajid Javid's removal of ISIS bride Shamima Begum's United Kingdom citizenship is likely to be reversed, unless she has dual nationality, legal experts have said . Speaking with ITV News on Monday, Begum said she does "feel bad" for those affected by Islamic State's action. "Family are very disappointed with the Home ...

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  • Isis bride 'should be tried in the Middle East'
Isis bride 'should be tried in the Middle East'

European countries say they are working on how to deal with their citizens who want to come home, including investigating and prosecuting those guilty of crimes. It's one thing to kill a soldier that is fighting you, it's self-defence, but to kill the people like women and children. "He has no proof that I was a threat other than that I was in Is...

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  • Saudi Arabia Signs Multi-Billion Dollar Deals In Pakistan
Saudi Arabia Signs Multi-Billion Dollar Deals In Pakistan

The unprecedented Saudi investment is being viewed by Prime Minister Khan's nascent government as a major boost for Pakistan, which is facing an economic crisis and balance of payments pressure. Imran Khan , prime minister of Pakistan, has been seeking help to cut the size of a likely International Monetary Fund bailout package, which comes with ve...

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  • Trump to speak about Venezuela in Miami
Trump to speak about Venezuela in Miami

Writing on Twitter , Guaido slammed the decision to block the European Union lawmakers and said the group was "deported by an isolated and increasingly irrational regime". US Senator Marco Rubio arrived Sunday in Cucuta for a first-hand look at the aid operations. Another US aircraft is due in Curacao from Miami on Tuesday, and a collection ce...

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  • Maduro: Coup attempt 'failed' in Venezuela
Maduro: Coup attempt 'failed' in Venezuela

More than 200 tons of US humanitarian aid intended for Venezuela is scheduled to begin arriving just across the border in Colombia Saturday, delivered by USA military cargo planes. Air Force aircrafts carrying humanitarian aid for Venezuela landed at Camilo Daza International Airport in Cucuta, February 16, 2019. Speaking on Friday, Maduro said...

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  • Political experts say Mark Kelly's Senate run will challenge Republicans
Political experts say Mark Kelly's Senate run will challenge Republicans

Kelly became a vocal proponent of reforming gun laws in the wake of the 2011 shooting. Kelly and his wife were thrust into the national consciousness on January 8, 2011, when Giffords was the target of an assassination attempt at a meet-and-greet event with constituents outside a supermarket in her hometown of Tucson, Arizona.

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  • McConnell Plans To Bring Green New Deal To Senate Vote
McConnell Plans To Bring Green New Deal To Senate Vote

Most of the Senate Democrats running for the 2020 presidential nomination have publicly supported the Green New Deal. The Republican Party is continuing to highlight the criticisms of the Democrat-led "Green New Deal" as well as the lawmakers who put it together.

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  • Iran vaunts military, taunts U.S. as revolution turns 40
Iran vaunts military, taunts U.S. as revolution turns 40

State television offered blanket coverage of the commemorations, showing marchers in cities ranging from Abadan in south-western Iran to Mashad in the northeast, all joined in fervent denunciations of both the USA and Israel. "The Intelligence people seem to be extremely passive and naive when it comes to the dangers of Iran". "We do not and we w...

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  • Newborn baby rescued from storm drain in South Africa
Newborn baby rescued from storm drain in South Africa

A newborn baby girl was rescued from a stormwater drain in South Africa on Monday (Feb. 11) after being stuck for several hours. The little girl had been dumped in Newlands East, Durban. "I think any child who survives any amount of hours - and it sounds like it was at least four to five hours - in a stormwater pipe on days two or three after b...

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  • Virginia Governor Ralph Northam says
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam says "I'm not going anywhere"

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam referred to slaves as indentured servants while speaking about his blackface scandal on CBS This Morning . According to Watson's attorneys, former classmates have provided statements corroborating the allegations and that she "immediately told friends that Fairfax had raped her".

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