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A boy holds a picture of French President Emmanuel Macron with a footprint on his face at a protest in Istanbul. The protests have come after the French president said he was declaring war on "Islamist separatism", which he believes is taking over some Muslim communities. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Emmanuel Macron needs mental health treatment over his attitude towards Muslims - prompting France to recall its ambassador. Paris has described Mr Erdogan's remarks as unacceptably rude, adding: "We are not accepting insults." During a party meeting, the Turkish leader had said: "What is the problem of this person called Macron with Muslims and Islam? Macron needs treatment on a mental level. "What else can be said to a head of state who does not understand freedom of belief and who behaves in this way to millions of people living in his country who are members of a different faith?" #France has been shaken by the beheading of a teacher by an Islamist radical. History teacher Samuel Paty had shown caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad during a class on freedom of expression. His killing is being investigated as an Islamist terror attack. Using unusually strong language in its response to Mr Erdogan, the French presidency said: "Excess and rudeness are not a method. We demand Erdogan changes his policy, which is dangerous in all aspects." Officials also pointed out that #Turkey's leader did not offer condolences following the teacher's beheading. Mr Erdogan has sought to shift Islam into the mainstream of politics in Turkey, an overwhelmingly Muslim but constitutionally secular country. Although Turkey and France are both members of NATO, both countries have been at odds over a number of issues - including Syria, Libya, and the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh. France also has sided with Greece and Cyprus in tensions with Turkey over offshore oil and gas drilling in the eastern Mediterranean, prompting criticism from Ankara.

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Joan Hocquard, Britain's oldest person - who was born in 1908 under the reign of Edward VII - has died aged 112.   Ms Hocquard refused her 100th birthday card from the Queen back in 2008 as she didn't want people to know how old she was and coincidentally shared her 29 March birthday with the world's previously oldest man, Bob Weighton, who died aged 112 in May.   Her 74-year-old nephew Paul Reynolds described her as a "strong-willed character" and added: "She loved eating butter and cream and didn't believe in dieting....she always sought to live life to the full".   She drove ambulances in London during World War Two before marrying her husband Gilbert and moving to the South Coast.   According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the oldest woman of all time was French woman, Jeanne Calment, who died in 1997 aged 122 years and 164 days.

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#DonaldTrump has cast his ballot in the US presidential election, telling reporters: "I voted for a guy named Trump." After voting in West Palm Beach, Florida, the president also took the opportunity to attack mail-in ballots - warning that they can never be as secure as #voting in person. Describing his experience at the polling station as "perfect and very strict", he added: "It was a very secure vote - much more secure than when you send in a ballot, I can tell you that." The president said that that he will be holding "three big rallies" today, and claimed: "I hear we're doing very well in Florida and every place else." To secure the White House, winning in #Florida is essential. The state has consistently voted for the victor in every election except one since 1964 - and no Republican has won without the state in almost a century.

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In 2019, Hurricane Dorian hammered the Bahamas. Entire communities were left homeless, as the hurricane ravaged the islands. Our team visited an unnamed town which was home to 2,000 people - but was completely destroyed.

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Snow, storms and tornados were some of the spectacular natural phenomena captured in this year’s Royal Meterological Society's Weather Photographer of the Year award. This year, the contest received over 7,700 entries from across the globe. The 2020 overall winner was "Blizzard" by Rudolf Sulgan. He took the photo on Manhattan's Brooklyn Bridge in 2018, as a demonstration of how El Nino was affecting the world's climate. He told the RMETS he hoped his images could encourage the fight against climate change. 📷: Rudolf Sulgan, Emma Rose Karsten, Alexey Trofimov, Vu Trung Huan, Maja Kraljik, Kolesnik Stephanie Sergeevna / @rmets_ #Weather #Photography #WPotY

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"This is the most important moment in Nigeria's history." @burnaboygram says the "youth have come together" and decided "enough is enough" to protest against police brutality in Nigeria. His words come after protests began in the country, sparked by a video showing a man being beaten, apparently by police officers from SARS (Special Anti-Robbery Squad). Since then, the End SARS movement has spread across Nigeria and at least 56 people have died - 38 of them on Tuesday alone, Amnesty International claims. #nigeria #EndSARS #policebrutality #protests #burnaboy

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A boy is handed a food donation from a volunteer at a flooded area in Quang Binh province, Vietnam. The province has reportedly experienced the worst flooding for 41 years. Since the start of Ocotber, two storms have hit central Vietnan, Storm Linfa and Storm Nangka, forcing 90,000 people to evacuate their homes. #Vietnam #Flood #donation

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US President Donald Trump and Joe Biden clashed in the final debate of the US election campaign.   The debate covered six sections including #COVID19, national security, American families, race in America, climate change and leadership. The candidates' microphones were switched off this time while their rival made a two-minute introductory statement on the six topics.   Joe Biden told the debate in Nashville, Tennessee: "Anyone who's responsible for that many [COVID-19] deaths should not remain president of the United States of America” to which Trump responded by saying, "We're rounding the corner. It's going away".   On the topic of race in America, Biden called the current president "one of the most racist presidents we've had in modern history", with Trump claiming he was the "least racist person in this room".   #Election #US #Trump #Biden #Debate #Tennessee #coronavirus #pandemic #race #climatechange #America #campaign

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Ireland has been gripped by the mysterious disappearance of a beloved dolphin. Fungie, a solitary bottlenose, appeared in County Kerry's Dingle Harbour in 1983 and never left. He quickly became a major tourism draw in the area, and enchanted generations of foreign tourists and Irish visitors alike. Now he has suddenly vanished. Local boatmen say he has never previously been gone for more than a few hours in 37 years. A multi-vessel search involving sonar scanning and scuba divers has been stood down, as the town starts to come to grips with the fact that their prized asset may never return. #Ireland #Fungie #Dolphin

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Have you ever seen a green dog? These Sardinian dog owners got a surprise when this new litter of puppies were born and one of them had green pigment his fur! The extremely rare pet has been fittingly named ‘Pistachio’ 🐶 💚 #Dog #Puppy #Sardinia #Italy #Green

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As Donald Trump rallies relentlessly, Joe Biden is broadcasting from his basement. We take a look at exactly what the Democrat nominee's strategy is. #USelection #Election #Biden #Trump #Biden #Democrat #Republican

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Simon Dobbin, a football fan who was left brain damaged after he was attacked by opposition thugs at an away match five years ago, has died at his home in Suffolk.   The Cambridge United supporter was set upon as he walked to the station following his team's 0-0 draw against Southend United on 21 March 2015.   He suffered permanent brain damage and was left unable to walk or talk and needing round-the-clock care.   Thirteen men were convicted in 2017 of their involvement in the attack but have all since been released from prison. His family have been campaigning in support of "Simon's Law" - to force violent offenders to pay a percentage of their earnings to the NHS for life.   Cambridge United said in a statement published on its website: ‘The thoughts and deepest sympathies of everybody at Cambridge United Football Club are with Simon's wife Nicole, daughter Emily, and his closest family and friends.’   📷: Cambridge United FC

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