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Money Talks: US tech company implants microchips to workers

A company in the US state of Wisconsin offers to microchip its employees. It enables them to open doors, log onto their computers and purchase food with a simple swipe of the hand. The technology is already available in Europe, and it is the first time it has made its way across the Atlantic. But as Denee Savoia reports not everyone is keen. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world

Money Talks: Arcade transports gamers to virtual worlds

Money Talks: Arcade transports gamers to virtual worlds

Money Talks: Zimbabwe battles cash shortage

Money Talks: Zimbabwe battles cash shortage

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Money Talks: Vegetable-based burgers appeal to US diners

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Money Talks: The business of noodles in Hong Kong

Gun lobby meets in Texas in shadow of mass shooting

Gun lobby meets in Texas in shadow of mass shooting

The annual TRT World Citizen Humanitarian Film Festival kicks off in Istanbul

The annual TRT World Citizen Humanitarian Film Festival kicks off in Istanbul

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Turkish military finds Swedish weapon in PKK hideout

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Palestinian survivor of Israeli attack expresses her pain with art

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India’s iconic Taj Mahal at the heart of a political storm

India’s iconic Taj Mahal at the heart of a political storm

PKK terror group targets Kurdish TV station building

PKK terror group targets Kurdish TV station building

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Türkiye's Altun asks social media companies to stop providing opportunities to terror organisations

Man undergoes world’s first double arm transplant

Man undergoes world’s first double arm transplant

Russia bans actor Morgan Freeman

Russia bans actor Morgan Freeman

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What are controlled fires and why has the US stopped them?

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