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1. 'They'd prefer silence'- Protesters hold torchlight procession in Marseille to call for Gaza ceasefire12:35[-/+]
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"Pro-Palestinian protesters took part in a torchlight procession in Marseille on Wednesday to demand a ceasefire in Gaza amid the ongoing war. Footage features protesters rallying, holding up torches as well as placards reading 'Gaza genocide square' and 'Boycott Israel racist state'. "From the end of October we organised manifestation in the street of Marseille participated from 100 up to thousands of people and we think that it is very important," Said a protester. Hamas launched an unprecedented attack on southern Israel on October 7, killing 1,139 people, mostly civilians, and kidnapping over 200, according to Israeli officials. Israel declared war on the group and a 'complete siege' of Gaza, with a large-scale campaign of air strikes. A ground incursion began at the end of the third week, with Israeli leaders vowing to 'wipe out' Hamas. Palestinian officials reported that nearly 28,985 people had been killed and 68,883 injured at the time of publication. The IDF has repeatedly stated that it is targeting Hamas locations and infrastructure in the enclave."

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2. 'What Russia has done is to defend its interests, its people' - Srpska's leader Dodik on Donbass conflict10:32[-/+]
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3. ‘Not satisfactory’ - German Finance Minister Lindner criticises country's economic development during Bundestag session09:39[-/+]
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"German Finance Minister Christian Lindner voiced his concerns about the country’s economic development during his remarks at a Bundestag session on Wednesday in Berlin, claiming that it was 'not satisfactory' and stating that the country has ‘little economic dynamism’. Lindner identified several factors contributing to this underwhelming performance. “This has to do with the fact that we have rising interest rates, reduced demand on the world markets due to a cooling global economy, and also the consequences of this. There has been a loss of cheap fossil energy imports to Germany,” he explained. Despite these challenges, Lindner highlighted the positive aspect of falling inflation rates. He also emphasised the government's commitment to revitalising the German labour market, stressing that a shortage of workers could seriously hinder the country's growth. “In this context, we have made great progress with the Skilled Immigration Act; further efforts must be made to mobilize the reserves of our labour market. Second, the bureaucratic burden has been at an all-time high since 2012, when the bureaucratic burden was measured for the first time. With the Federal Cabinet's Meseberg resolutions to reduce bureaucracy, these burdens will fall to an all-time low, and we must make further efforts to unleash our companies," Lindner concluded. During his remarks, the finance minister also declared that supporting Ukraine is defending ‘the order of peace and freedom in Europe’ and that this is why the country makes its contributions."

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4. ‘The cases are very high’ - Patients flock to health facilities in Rio de Janeiro amid Dengue fever outbreak in Brazil09:24[-/+]
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"Dozens of people were seen waiting for treatment inside a local medical facility in Rio de Janeiro on Wednesday amid a current dengue fever outbreak that hits the country. Footage shows the patients gathered inside the hospital as well as interacting with nurses and staff members. Bianca, one of the patients who was diagnosed with dengue, stated that she went to the medical facility after feeling sick and warned locals to be aware of reducing the potential factors that can attract mosquitoes and spread the disease. “Avoid leaving standing water in flower pots, and use repellent against this mosquito; it's good for everyone and society as a whole," she said. According to local media reports, the country has registered 512,000 cases of dengue so far this year, which is nearly four times more than the same period a year ago. As a result, the health department in Rio de Janeiro has launched a project aimed at vacuuming mosquitoes to determine what type of virus they are carrying."

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5. 'The current situation in Ukraine does not make it seem seriously possible to hold elections' - German govt spox01:12[-/+]
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"German government spokesperson Steffen Hebestreit during press conference in Berlin on Wednesday, shared concerns about the possibility to hold elections in the Ukraine amid ongoing conflict. "Ukraine, also supported by us, aims to become a member of the European Union. It is also important to adhere to clear democratic processes. Ukraine is also willing [to do so]. But the current situation in Ukraine does not make it seem seriously possible to hold elections," he said. Presidential election in Ukraine was scheduled for March 31, but according to the head of the National Security and Defence Council, Oleksiy Danilov, the election would not be held until the current conflict is over. The basic law of Ukraine does not provide for the cancellation of the next election due to martial law, this measure only concerns parliamentary elections."

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6. 'If he's extradited, he'll lose his life' - Assange's wife marches with protesters, delivers speech outside London's High Court00:28[-/+]
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7. Footage of Russian Armed Forces fighting for Avdeevka in October 2023 *ARCHIVE*00:07[-/+]
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"Archive footage filmed in October 2023 shows the work of attack aircraft, tankers, artillery duels and drone strikes by the Russian Armed Forces during the battles for the town of Avdeevka in the Donetsk People's Republic. On February 17, Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu informed President Vladimir Putin that the town had been taken under full control of the Russian army. Putin sent a telegram to Central Group of Forces commander Colonel General Andrey Mordvichev, in which he congratulated the troops on the achievement, calling it 'an important victory'. The following day, Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) Commander-in-Chief General Oleksandr Syrskyi announced the troops were withdrawing from Avdeevka to 'avoid encirclement and preserve the lives of the soldiers'. Speaking at the Munich Security Conference, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky added that the AFU had been forced to leave the town to 'preserve the lives of the people, the soldiers' and said the withdrawal was 'the right decision'. Located 10 kilometres north of Donetsk, Moscow claimed Avdeevka had been used by the Ukrainian army as a stronghold to launch attacks on the city - and leading to many civilian casualties - since 2014. Moscow launched a military offensive in Ukraine in late February 2022 after recognising the independence of the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics (DPR and LPR), claiming that Kiev had failed to guarantee their special status under the 2014 Minsk Agreements, and urging Ukraine to declare itself officially neutral and give assurances that it would never join NATO. Kiev denounced the Russian action as an invasion. Zelensky imposed martial law throughout the country, announcing a general mobilisation, while the EU and the US imposed several rounds of sanctions on Moscow."

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8. 'Only did what investigative journalists do' - Dozens of Assange's supporters rally in Berlin amid second day of extradition hearingsСр, 21 фев[-/+]
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"Dozens of Julian Assange supporters were protesting for the second day at the centre of Berlin on Wednesday demanding the freedom of speech for journalists, as the WikiLeaks founder's extradition case hearing in London's High Court continues. Footage shows protesters gathering in front of the British Embassy chanting 'Release him, immediately' and 'Free Assange' and then marching with placards reading: 'Free Assange. No U.S. extradition' and 'Freedom for Julian Assange. Truth is never a crime' to the Brandenburg Gate. "As a journalist, Julian Assange only did what investigative journalists do. Namely, interviewing sources and getting information from them, and then responsibly communicating it to the population and handing it over. So ensure transparency, in a word," explained protest organiser, Almut. "If journalists in the United States were to be imprisoned for publishing classified materials, the prisons would be full, from America's most famous reportage from newspapers like New York Times, the Washington and the world free journal," stated one of the protesters during his speech to the protesters. Similar demonstrations in support of Assange took place globally, reflecting widespread concerns over the potential consequences of his extradition. The rally coincides with the second day of a two-day hearing, during which Assange faces 18 charges from US authorities related to the publication of classified military and diplomatic documents. Assange has been held in the UK's Belmarsh Prison since his arrest in April 2019, following the revocation of his asylum status at the Ecuadorian Embassy. Despite legal challenges, including a failed attempt to contest his extradition, Assange's fate remains uncertain as his legal battle continues."

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9. 'This is what we want to see happening' – Assange’s father praises rally in support of his son outside London’s High CourtСр, 21 фев[-/+]
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10. 'I wish to become a Russian citizen'- Syrian boy appeals to PutinСр, 21 фев[-/+]
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