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Hurricane knocked out windows and tore off roofs in Stavropol on Saturday night
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Thousands gather in Amsterdam to protest vaccinations on Sunday
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Belgrade lights up tower to honour Djokovic after deportation from Australia: "Nole, you are our pride"
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Turkish cattle breeder Izzet Kocak was seen using a Russian-inspired tech-savvy method to beat away the bovine blues and get as much milk from his cows as possible, as seen in early January at his farm in Aksaray.

One cow was hooked up to a Virtual Reality (VR) headset, with the aim of visually transporting it to greener pastures.

So far, Kocak has tested the method on two of his cows, and after following the animals for ten days, he said the results have been a success, with a notable increase in both the quality and the quantity of milk in the animals wearing the headsets.
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Protesters block entrance to Palace of Justice in Beirut, Lebanon

Relatives of victims of the Beirut port blasts protested in the Lebanese capital on Monday, blocking roads and entrances to the Palace of Justice. The protesters demanded an end to corruption and the dismissal of investigating judge Tariq Bitar.

The deadly blasts of August 4, 2020 that left Lebanon in disarray are thought to have been caused by the unexplained ignition of 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate, a highly explosive chemical material that was reportedly stored without precautionary measures at the port.
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Hanging mannequin installation honours COVID-19 victims in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Footage from Saturday shows an installation of mannequins suspended above a walkway in Brazil's Sao Paulo to honour COVID-19 victims.

The installation, created by artist Siron Franco, is titled 'Renascimento' (translated from Portuguese as 'Rebirth').

The installation consists of 365 mannequins of varying sizes dressed in colourful attire and suspended some 6 metres (20 feet) above the ground.
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Horses jump bonfires in Spain as 'purification' ceremony returns after pandemic shutdown

Some 100 horses jumped through bonfires in a controversial 'purification' ceremony of the traditional 'Las Luminarias' festival in Spain's San Bartolome de Pinares on Sunday, which was held for the first time since the start of the pandemic.
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Explosion illuminates Sana’a skyline as Saudi and UAE jets reportedly bomb targets in Yemen’s largest city after Houthi drone attack
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Palestinian family threatens to set themselves, home on fire after Israeli eviction decision in Sheikh Jarrah

Members of the Al-Salhiyah family climbed onto the roof of their house on Monday, threatening to explode gas cylinders and set the house and its occupants on fire if Israeli forces broke into the building.

Israeli forces attempted to evict the family after local authorities announced an evacuation order to build a school on the plot of land.

Several Palestinian families are facing evacuation from their houses in the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood. These families, who were displaced from their original areas to the neighborhood with the declaration of the State of Israel in 1948, are engaged in a legal battle with Israeli organisations claiming that the houses were built on lands owned by Jews before 1948.
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Satellite images capture Tongan island before and during eruption *STILLS*

Satellite images showed the Hunga Tonga island before, during, and after eruptions of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai volcano, in the Pacific nation of Tonga over recent months.

The eruption caused a tsunami in Tonga and rising water levels on the shores of surrounding nations as far afield as New Zealand and the US.
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Protesters detained at illegal anti-COVID restrix demo in Magdeburg

According to the local reports, about 600 protesters gathered in Breite Street, where police set cordons on both sides of the street, demanding that people disperse. Protesters were not wearing masks and did not keep a safe distance.
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Sweden: Military units patrol Visby port following build-up of troops in Gotland

According to Stockholm, the reason for the large relocation of troops is the increase of Russian military activity in the region during continuing tensions between Moscow, US, and NATO over Ukraine amid complicated talks over security guarantees.

Despite the increase in military equipment, the Swedish Armed Forces are still assessing the risk of attack on the Scandinavian country as low, according to Chief of Operations Michael Claesson.
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First responders search for victims in rubble after Saudi-led airstrikes in Sanaa, Yemen
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First full moon of 2022 shines brightly over Athens
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Rail robberies leave LA train tracks covered in litter

Thousand of shredded boxes, packages and discarded products stolen from cargo containers piled up on the Union Pacific train tracks near downtown Los Angeles, on Monday.

Parcels from Amazon, UPS and other shipping companies lay looted along miles of train tracks. Broken appliances and children’s artwork were also seen among the broken packaging.

According to Union Pacific senior director of public affairs Lupe Valdez, train robberies have reportedly risen by a 356 percent between October 2020 and October 2021, with 90 containers being compromised each day in the Los Angeles area.
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Newly-trained Taliban soldiers brandish rifles during graduation ceremony

Taliban soldiers from the First Brigade of the 290th Al-Fatah Corps could be seen participating in a graduation ceremony at Maymana Airport on January 17.

The Taliban seized control of Afghanistan as the US and its NATO allies withdrew their troops after a 20-year conflict.
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Aerial images by New Zealand military show damage caused by Tonga volcano

Aerial images taken by the New Zealand defence force during a reconnaissance flight over Nomuka, Tonga, on Monday revealed the 'extensive' damage caused by the volcanic eruption and the subsequent tsunami.
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'I'm not a scary hawk, I'm a friendly hawk' - German Finance Minister Lindner after EU Council meeting
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Suspected gas explosion leaves at least one dead, several injured at Bronx home after building collapse
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Ukrainian Border Guards erect barbed wire fence at Belarus border

Ukraine’s State Border Guard Service released footage of guards erecting a fence along the Ukraine-Belarusian border on Tuesday. The operation has been underway since the beginning of November.

The date the images were taken by the border authority and the exact location of the outdoor remote footage could not be verified. The indoor and the village images were taken at the Main Training Center for Personnel of the State Border Guard Service in Orshanets, Cherkasy Oblast.