Koala in Taronga Zoo

Australians Tried To Save Animals Before Bushfires Began

Scientists estimate 1 billion animals were killed by infernos still raging around Australia. Organizations across the country are working together.


1:13An Iranian nuclear power plant
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Iran Threatens To Quit Nuclear Treaty If Europeans Bring Case To U.N.

1:45Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Harry and wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex
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Prince Harry Speaks Publicly About Move: There Was "No Other Option"

1:33Hong Kong riot police
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Report: Hong Kong Police Force Considering Buying Stun Guns

1:01Australia bushfire at night
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A Warm, Dry 2019 Influenced Australia's 'Catastrophic' Fire Season

1:09Candle light vigil
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Remains Of Ukrainians Killed In Iran Plane Crash Returned Home

1:13Chinese travelers being screened for coronavirus-related pneumonia
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China Reports 139 New Cases Of Deadly Coronavirus

1:03The U.S. meets with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani at the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, Feb. 11, 2019
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Afghan Government Speaks Out Against Partial Taliban Cease-fire

1:06Ukrainian Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk
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Ukrainian President Gives PM Second Chance, Rejects Resignation

4:20Syrian-American humanitarian doctor Zaher Sahloul treats a baby at a camp for displaced people in Idlib, Syria.

U.S. Doctor Raising The Alarm About Millions Trapped In Syria's Idlib

1:00U.S. troops
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Saudi Arabia Sends Payment For U.S. Troops Stationed There

2:31An English Springer Spaniel trained to rescue Koalas

Dogs Trained To Rescue Koalas From Australian Bushfires

0:59Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, delivers a sermon

Iran Supreme Leader Delivers Rare Sermon, Defends Military Force

1:07Australia's Blue Mountains
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World Heritage Areas In Australia Face 'Unprecedented' Burn Damage

0:45U.S. soldiers and journalists inspect the rubble at a site of Iranian bombing
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11 U.S. Troops Treated For Concussions After Iran Missile Attack

1:33Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex
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Meghan's Father, Thomas Markle, May Testify Against Her In Lawsuit

0:55Japan's Environment Minister Shinjiro Koizumi
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Japan's Environment Minister To Take Paternity Leave

1:16Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch
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Ukraine Launches Investigation Into Possible Yovanovitch Surveillance

0:57An aerial view of the devastation in Torrington, Australia on Jan. 15, 2020
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Australia's Tourism Industry Has Lost Around $700M Due To Bushfires

0:54Syrian flag
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Airstrikes Hit Northwestern Syria Amid Cease-fire

2:54President Trump
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Trump Administration Expected To Fight Ruling On Refugee Resettlement

2:48Firefighters in Bega, Australia

Americans Help Fight Australian Bushfires

1:19Russian President Vladimir Putin meets with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev
The Kremlin

Russia's Government Resigns As Putin Eyes Shift In Power

2:12Australia's Parliament House enveloped in smog

Air Quality Suffers As Australian Fires Continue To Burn

1:17Officers of Venezuela's national police block entrance of opposition leaders to the National Assmebly
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U.S. Treasury Hits Venezuelan Politicians With Sanctions

1:24Iranian President Hassan Rouhani
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Iran Says It's Made Arrests Over The Downing Of Ukrainian Jet

1:07The Duke and Duchess of Sussex
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The Royal Family Holds Summit On Prince Harry And Meghan

1:06Wallaby stranded from bushfires
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Australia Airdrops Tons Of Food To Starving Wildlife

1:48Camels at a business in Port Macquarie, Australia

Australia Kills Camels In Search Of Water

1:07The White House
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NBC: President Trump Authorized Soleimani Killing Seven Months Ago

0:58Protesters in Tehran

Police Reportedly Fire Live Rounds At Protesters In Iran