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US Government Shutdown: Congress standoff adds to federal workers woes

Parts of the US government are still shut down. Lawmakers in Washington are still struggling to find a way to put a budget together. Over a dozen agencies are without funds. And, also affected are the thousands of workers across the country, that are either working for free, or not going to work at all. TRT's Lionel Donovan has more.

How the US government shutdown affects workers

How the US government shutdown affects workers

The Trump Presidency: Migrant children to be reunited with families

The Trump Presidency: Migrant children to be reunited with families

New US sanctions compound Maduro's troubles | Money Talks

New US sanctions compound Maduro's troubles | Money Talks

Talks to end the US government shutdown fail

Talks to end the US government shutdown fail

Indian healthcare workers demand better conditons

Indian healthcare workers demand better conditons

Kiev welcomes some residents back

Kiev welcomes some residents back

TRT World screens first film festival

TRT World screens first film festival

Hunger grips Uganda's northeast

Hunger grips Uganda's northeast

Texas police admit error in waiting to storm classroom

Texas police admit error in waiting to storm classroom

Zelenskyy appeals for more weapons as fighting escalates in east

Zelenskyy appeals for more weapons as fighting escalates in east

Millions of tonnes of grain stuck in Ukraine due to blockades

Millions of tonnes of grain stuck in Ukraine due to blockades

Sievierodonetsk mayor: At least 1,500 people killed by Russia

Sievierodonetsk mayor: At least 1,500 people killed by Russia

California parched by its worst ever drought

California parched by its worst ever drought

Türkiye marks anniversary of 1960 coup

Türkiye marks anniversary of 1960 coup

America's biggest gun lobby to hold meeting after mass shooting

America's biggest gun lobby to hold meeting after mass shooting

Global warming may lead to irreversible damages in Antarctica

Global warming may lead to irreversible damages in Antarctica

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