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New Episode: Racism

New Episode: Racism

Watch a brand new episode of the kids show on IBNTV and find out how Racism affects children especially in school

England get the job done

England get the job done

​Wayne Rooney moved closer to becoming England’s all-time record goalscorer in a 5-0 win over minnows San Marino in the European Qualifiers. It was not the complete goal-fest many expected for Roy Hodgson’s team against an opponent ranked the lowest in the world by FIFA but it maintained the Three Lions’ position at the top [&hellip

Bomb blast kills 47 in Yemen’s Sana’a

Bomb blast kills 47 in Yemen’s Sana’a

At least 67 people have been killed in a bomb attack in the Yemeni capital, Sana’a. The attack, which targeted the anti-government protesters in Tahrir Square in central Sana’a, left many others, including several children, injured. The deadly unrest erupted after Takfiri groups, backed by government forces, launched similar attacks on Ansarullah revolutionaries. Yemen has [&hellip

NAM backs sovereign Palestinian state

NAM backs sovereign Palestinian state

The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) has reaffirmed its firm support for the establishment of a sovereign Palestinian state with al-Quds (Jerusalem) as its capital city. Iranian Deputy Ambassador to the United Nations Hossein Dehqani, whose country holds the rotating presidency of NAM, made the comments at a session of the Special Political and Decolonization Committee of [&hellip

Spain Ebola patient ‘at risk of dying’

Spain Ebola patient ‘at risk of dying’

Officials say the 44-year-old Spanish nurse infected with Ebola is at “serious risk” of dying from the disease after her condition got worse. Teresa Romero is “very ill and her life is at serious risk as a consequence of the virus,” the Madrid regional president, Ignacio Gonzalez, told parliament on Thursday. “Her clinical situation has [&hellip

HK govt. cancels talks with students

HK govt. cancels talks with students

The government of Hong Kong has cancelled talks with student protest leaders who have threatened to expand demonstrations until their demands are met. Chief Secretary Carrie Lam said on Thursday that talks between the government and leaders of anti-election law protests, scheduled for Friday, will not go ahead because they have been “seriously undermined” and [&hellip

Turkey protests deaths rise to 29

Turkey protests deaths rise to 29

At least 29 people have been killed in Turkey in protests over the Turkish government’s policies with regard to the ISIL Takfiri group. Latest reports said on Thursday that the protests resumed for the fourth consecutive day in different cities across Turkey. The latest fatalities came on Thursday evening in the province of Gaziantep, where at [&hellip

Black man shot dead by Missouri police

Black man shot dead by Missouri police

An off-duty St. Louis police officer has shot and killed a young African-American man, causing residents once again to stand up against US police brutality. The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department said the officer shot the man Wednesday night after the suspect fired at the officer, who was not hurt. The shooting incident happened just [&hellip

Ban concerned over Kashmir clashes

Ban concerned over Kashmir clashes

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has expressed concern over the deadly cross-border clashes between Pakistan and India in Kashmir, calling on both sides to resolve the hostility through negotiation. “The secretary general is concerned about the recent escalation of violence along the Line of Control between India and Pakistan. He deplores the loss of [&hellip

Pakistani UN peacekeeper killed in CAR

Pakistani UN peacekeeper killed in CAR

A Pakistani peacekeeper has been killed in an attack on a United Nations convoy in the Central African Republic (CAR). According to the head of the UN mission in the CAR, eight other soldiers were injured in the attack which took place in the capital Bangui on Thursday. This is reportedly the first fatality among [&hellip