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No words allowed - how was filming for #climatechange?

Image For #climatechange, reporters Gönna and David made two young people talk about lives of change - now it's their turn, but in silence, no words allowed.


UN's Ban Ki-Moon decries Balkan refugee restrictions

UN General Secretary Ban Ki-moon has spoken out against filtering asylum-seekers by nationality, claiming that the procedure "infringes" on their rights. Several Balkan states are only accepting migrants from war-zones.

Transatlantic relations

French war against Islamic State relies on US cooperation

Presidents Francois Hollande and Barack Obama have vowed to ramp up their joint efforts to destroy Islamic State. France's strategy after the Paris attacks requires broad US cooperation and a role for Russia.

United States

US teen arrested over clock seeks $15 million in damages

The Muslim boy arrested after his teacher mistook a homemade clock for a bomb is threatening to sue his school and the city of Irving, Texas, for $15 million. The incident sparked an outcry and allegations of racism.

'Islamic State'

In US, Hollande excludes French ground intervention in Syria

The US and France must destroy the "Islamic State" together, President Barack Obama said at a press conference with visiting French President Francois Hollande. Both urged Russia and Turkey to talk, and to stay calm.


Alleged Paris plotter returned to scene of attacks, planned another suicide bombing

Authorities say the alleged ringleader of the terror attacks in Paris was planning to carry out another attack the following week. Abdelhamid Abaaoud was killed in a shootout with police days after the carnage.

United States

Police video shows Chicago officer shooting black teen

A white police officer has been charged with murder as video emerged showing the shooting of a 17-year-old black teenager. The killing, in October 2014, has reignited a debate over race relations and police brutality.


Bus blast kills members of Tunisian presidential guard

An explosion has torn through a bus full of members of the Tunisian presidential guard in downtown Tunis, killing several people. The government declared a state of emergency, calling the blast "a terrorist act."