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Christmas in US: Homeless population risen first time in 7 years

As winter temperatures set in, life is getting even tougher for the homeless. The US has seen the number of people living on the street rise, despite being one of the richest countries in the world. Abubakr al Shamahi reports from Washington DC.

Over 1.5 million students were homeless in US during 2017-2018

Over 1.5 million students were homeless in US during 2017-2018

Homelessness in Germany: Berlin struggles with growing housing shortages

Homelessness in Germany: Berlin struggles with growing housing shortages

Homeless in Egypt: New shelter aims to end suffering of millions

Homeless in Egypt: New shelter aims to end suffering of millions

Turkish-American teen feeds homeless in California

Turkish-American teen feeds homeless in California

US envoy for Afghanistan resigns

US envoy for Afghanistan resigns

Poland accuses EU of blackmail in clash over bloc’s laws

Poland accuses EU of blackmail in clash over bloc’s laws

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Pyongyang fires projectile off the east coast of the peninsula

Pyongyang fires projectile off the east coast of the peninsula

Russia suspends NATO mission after staff members expelled

Russia suspends NATO mission after staff members expelled

Turkish President Erdogan begins Africa tour

Turkish President Erdogan begins Africa tour

US committee probing January riot releases contempt report

US committee probing January riot releases contempt report

Colin Powell, US soldier and diplomat, dies of Covid-19 complications

Colin Powell, US soldier and diplomat, dies of Covid-19 complications

Jury selection to start in trial over Arbery’s death

Jury selection to start in trial over Arbery’s death

Russia sees spike in daily Covid cases

Russia sees spike in daily Covid cases

Group of 17 missionaries and family members kidnapped in Haiti

Group of 17 missionaries and family members kidnapped in Haiti

China’s economic growth slows to 4.9% in the third quarter

China’s economic growth slows to 4.9% in the third quarter

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