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  • 00:44 "nutcracker Suite" Comes To White House

    "nutcracker Suite" Comes To White House

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    Dancers from Vivid Ballet in Hartford, Connecticut performed for First lady Melania Trump on Monday at the White House ahead of the holiday season. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

  • 01:44 Gay Soccer Tournament Takes Place In Brazil

    Gay Soccer Tournament Takes Place In Brazil

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    Gay soccer tournament in Brazil hopes to tackle homophobia. Rough Cut (No reporter narration)

  • 00:42 File Transfer App Shareit Crosses One Billion Users Worldwide

    File Transfer App Shareit Crosses One Billion Users Worldwide

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    New Delhi, Nov 26 (ANI): File transfer app SHAREit crossed 1.2 billion users worldwide in a span of two and a half years. India accounts for 30 percent of total user base of SHAREit globally. SHAREit which claims to be the fastest cross-platform file tran

  • 01:14 Big No-no Things While Charging Your Smartphone

    Big No-no Things While Charging Your Smartphone

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    New Delhi, Nov 25 (ANI): Like other batteries, your smartphone also have an expiry date and the way you use your smartphone also goes a long way in deciding the longevity of your device's battery. Your charging habits and charges play a vital role in

  • 00:55 Massive Virtual Reality Theme Park Offers New Growth Vision For One Of China’s Poorest Provinc

    Massive Virtual Reality Theme Park Offers New Growth Vision For One Of China’s Poorest Provinc

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    In the outskirts of Guiyang, the capital of one of China's poorest provinces, giant robots and futuristic cyberpunk castles rise out of the lush surrounding mountainscape -- a vision of what could be driving local economic growth in years to come.

  • 01:20 Rohingya Children Work To Live In Camps

    Rohingya Children Work To Live In Camps

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    More than half of the Rohingya refugees living in the squalid camps in Bangladesh are children and most work to feed themselves and their families.

  • 01:52 Jane Goodall In Argentina To Promote New Film

    Jane Goodall In Argentina To Promote New Film

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    British primatologist and conservationist Jane Goodall is in Argentina for the closing of a world tour to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Jane Goodall Institute. Rough Cut (No reporter narration)

  • 00:34 German Camera Maker Leica Enters Indian Market

    German Camera Maker Leica Enters Indian Market

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    New Delhi, Nov 24 (ANI): German-based high-end camera maker, Leica opened its first showroom in India in New Delhi. Leica plans to tap the metro cities in India to compete with well ‘established’ rivals Nikon and Canon. The company also plans

  • 00:50 Tata Joins Hand With Jayem Auto To Launch Electric Car

    Tata Joins Hand With Jayem Auto To Launch Electric Car

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    New Delhi, Nov 24 (ANI): Tata Motors will soon launch electric vehicle ‘Neo’ after its collaboration with Coimbatore based Jayem Automotives. Jayem Auto will provide Tata with powertrain and motor for ‘Neo’. The 48-volt ‘Neo&

  • 00:24 New York Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade Floats Without A Hitch

    New York Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade Floats Without A Hitch

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    New York City held its 91st annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday with marching bands, floats and giant balloons. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

  • 01:05 Portronics Launches 'breeze' Bluetooth Speaker

    Portronics Launches 'breeze' Bluetooth Speaker

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    New Delhi, Nov 23 (ANI): Portronics, a portable digital product market on Thursday announced the launch of "Breeze"- a re-chargeable Bluetooth 4.1 Stereo Speaker with TWS Technology and FM tuner. The device offers two 4W 45mm inbuilt speakers wi

  • 01:12 Iraq's Marsh Arabs Build Traditional Reed Houses To Meet Tourism Boom

    Iraq's Marsh Arabs Build Traditional Reed Houses To Meet Tourism Boom

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    Locals from Iraq's southern wetlands are building traditional guesthouses made entirely from reeds grown in the marshes to meet an increasing number of tourists.

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