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'Something's not right': See tense confrontation between CNN crew and soldiers
Eritrean troops are operating with total impunity in Ethiopia's war-torn northern Tigray region, killing, raping and blocking humanitarian aid to starving populations more than a month after the country's Nobel Peace Prize winning leader pledged to the international community that they would leave. CNN's Nima Elbagir reports. #CNN #News
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Rocket attack forces reporter to cover as tensions rise in Israel
CNN's Hadas Gold and her team rush to cover as warning sirens were heard in Ashkelon, Israel amid rising tensions between Israelis and Palestinians. Israel and Gaza militants have been exchanging fire after clashes in Jerusalem and an uptick in violence. #CNN #News
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Palestinians fight eviction from homes in East Jerusalem
Israeli police have clashed with Palestinians in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah, as well as other locations, for several weeks. One of the main sources of unrest has been the possible eviction of several Palestinian families from their homes in this neighborhood. CNN's Andrew Carey explains. #CNN #News #CNNi
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UN team builds genocide case against ISIS for massacre in Iraq
Karim Khan, the head of the UN Investigative Team on Daesh Crimes, tells CNN's Christiane Amanpour that his team has uncovered enough evidence against ISIS to call a massacre against Iraq's Yazidi community a genocide. #Amanpour #CNNi #News
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President of Malawi: We are not a 'dumping ground' for expired vaccines
The World Health Organization has advised some countries to use expired vaccines on their citizens but CNN's Zain Asher speaks with Lazarus Chakwera, the President of Malawi, about why he will not accept expired vaccines. #CNN #News
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How big tech is expanding in Africa
Big tech companies like Twitter and Google are making inroads in Africa as they launch offices and investments across the continent. CNN’s Nada Bashir reports and CNN's Zain Asher discusses with Uzoamaka Madu, founder of strategic communications agency 'What's In It For Africa.' #CNN #News
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Explosion at high school in Kabul kills dozens
At least 85 people, mostly schoolgirls, have been killed and wounded in an explosion near a high school for girls in the Afghan capital of Kabul, officials said. Officials have not revealed the cause of the explosion, or if there was a target. There has been no claim of responsibility yet. CNN's Michael Holmes reports and speaks with Afghan women's rights activist, Fatima Gailani. #CNN #News
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Makeshift crematoriums are built as India's crisis worsens
CNN's Clarissa Ward reports from Varanasi, India, where makeshift crematoriums are being built to handle the bodies of those who died from Covid-19 and CNN's John Vause speaks with Amy Kazmin, South Asia Bureau Chief at the Financial Times. #CNNi #CNN #News
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ABBA's Björn Ulvaeus says music streaming is 'dysfunctional'
CNN's Richard Quest speaks with ABBA's Björn Ulvaeus about the state of the music industry. #CNNI #CNN #News
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Violent protests erupt in Colombia
More than 25 people in Colombia have been killed in violent protests fueled by frustration over Covid-19’s economic impact. #CNN #News
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Rocket debris expected to crash into Earth soon
The large Chinese rocket that is out of control and set to reenter Earth's atmosphere this weekend has brought about an alarming but not unprecedented situation. Space debris has crashed into Earth on a number of occasions, including last year. The good news is that debris plunging toward Earth -- while unnerving -- generally poses very little threat to personal safety. As Jonathan McDowell, an astrophysicist at the Astrophysics Center at Harvard University, told CNN: "This is not the end of days." Still, the episode has fueled fresh questions about space debris, uncontrolled reentry and what precautions might need to be taken, if any. #CNN #News
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WHO warns against 'fatigue' in Africa's Covid-19 response
CNN's Zain Asher speaks to Dr. Matshidiso Moeti, the World Health Organization's Regional Director for Africa, about the continent's coronavirus response. #CNN #News
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Could India’s Covid-19 crisis be a precursor for Africa?
CNN’s Christiane Amanpour speaks with South African Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor about the Covid-19 crisis in India and what it could mean for Africa. #CNN #News #CNNi #WorldNews
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Dashcam captures transit van ambushed by gunmen with AK-47s
Footage from inside a cash-in-transit van shows how a security team responded to an attempted heist by robbers wielding AK-47s in South Africa. CNN's David McKenzie reports. #CNNi #CNN #News
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President of Nigeria urged to declare state of emergency
The President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, is being urged by lawmakers to declare a state of emergency as the country faces growing security crises on multiple fronts. CNN's Zain Asher speaks with with Nicholas Norbrook, Managing Editor of The Africa Report about the rising violence nationwide. #CNNi #CNN #News
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CNN goes aboard Ukrainian patrol boat challenging Russian navy
The message from the Russians to the Ukrainian patrol was clear: Go no further. As Russian ships deploy to the Sea of Azov -- a body of water surrounded by both Russia and Ukraine -- for what Moscow says are exercises, the Ukrainians ready their defenses. CNN's Matthew Chance reports from a Ukrainian patrol boat. #CNN #News
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In Myanmar's jungles, protesters are training to fight the junta
Medical staff and college students in Myanmar are heading to the jungles to train with ethnic armed groups and learn how to defend themselves against the military that continues to kill its own people on the streets. CNN's Paula Hancocks talks to the General leading the training. #CNN #News #CNNi
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India's leader holds rally with thousands as virus rips through country
India's leader holds rally with thousands as virus rips through country CNN's Clarissa Ward reports from New Delhi on the growing criticism of Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his failure to control a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic in India. #CNN #News #CNNi
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What is the Nile River dam project and why is it controversial?
CNN's Zain Asher explains the tensions between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia over Ethiopia's Nile River dam project and speaks to Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdokon about the controversy. #CNN #News #CNNi
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Video shows moment Mexico City metro overpass collapses
An overpass carrying a subway train collapsed in Mexico City late Monday, killing at least 23 people, including children, according to local government officials. At least 79 people have been hospitalized, officials added. CNN’s Matt Rivers reports from the scene. #CNN #News
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President of Ghana discusses economic future
CNN's Zain Asher speaks with President Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana about the country's economic future and how he hopes to encourage business growth. #CNN #News
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India shatters global record for daily Covid-19 cases
CNN’s Anna Coren reports as a second wave of Covid-19 has ravaged India’s health care system. Dr. Arvind Kumar, the chairman at the Institute of Chest Surgery, describes the situation on the ground. #CNN #News
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Drone images of mass cremations as India battles Covid-19
With a rising death toll in a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, authorities in India have been forced to hold mass cremations at makeshift sites. The country has seen more than 16 million confirmed cases since the pandemic began.
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India's coronavirus deaths could be far higher than reported
India is fighting a devastating second wave of Covid-19 that is killing thousands each day as the country recorded more than a million new cases in just three days. Medical facilities have been running out of oxygen and ICU beds, with patients left outside hospitals waiting for care. CNN's Anna Coren reports and CNN’s Becky Anderson speaks with World Health Organization Chief Scientist Dr. Soumya Swaminathan about the state of the pandemic in India. #CNN #News
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