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Desperate people are on the run from Syrian forces bearing down on the last rebel stronghold. Ahead of them is Turkey’s heavily guarded border. https://t.co/pH8A1xhdnL
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The pace at which people are abandoning traditional pay-TV packages accelerated by more than 70% last year, as prices continued to rise and consumers gravitated to more affordable streaming options https://t.co/RENa4xrMK4
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The best kind of deep-winter party is also the easiest. These recipes plus some store-bought meats, fish and cheeses will add up to a spectacular Russian-style zakuski spread. Just add vodka. https://t.co/aoCFH9KnJM
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Is the legacy preference dead? Not quite, but some elite universities are walking back the practice of giving the children of alumni preferential treatment in admissions. https://t.co/5Ix9mCqvaB
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As U.S. and Taliban curtail attacks ahead of possible peace deal, U.N. says fighting in Afghanistan killed and injured more than 10,000 civilians last year https://t.co/y75NihbiMt
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Scientists racing to fight to the new coronavirus are sharing early results online rather than waiting for traditional, peer-reviewed medical journals https://t.co/koqZM4o2St
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Twitter has removed some accounts supportive of Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg, in a potential setback for his expansive social-media strategy https://t.co/hW7uhxUKnc
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Bernie Sanders's Democratic rivals look to slow his rise in the Nevada caucuses. Join us for live results and analysis. https://t.co/0TXZ29m9Ip
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Google Cloud’s decision to cut jobs is the latest move in a yearlong effort to shake up the unit and put greater focus on delivering growth https://t.co/EeEqqYpV5g
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South Sudan President Salva Kiir swore-in opposition leader Riek Machar as his deputy, marking the start of a power-sharing government between two former enemies and the latest effort to end a six-year conflict https://t.co/RgNVljIk9B
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From @WSJopinion: Mike Bloomberg’s record as mayor of New York is being twisted. He deserves credit for how he and the NYPD used stop, question and frisk to keep the city safe, writes Howard Safir https://t.co/YCnOEAshVZ
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Maine voters’ allegiance to Republican Sen. Susan Collins is being tested as voters gauge whether her temperate style is appropriate for the Trump era https://t.co/9yzTjDzNtC
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Trump's first visit to India next week will do more to highlight his personal diplomacy with India's Modi than to address tensions on economic issues https://t.co/EJgFpPi6h0
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Vale’s corporate culture and practices contributed to last year’s mine-dam collapse which killed 270 people, says report https://t.co/DeNDFyF3UJ
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His team is at the center of one of the biggest baseball scandals ever. But nine years earlier, MLB had concerns about approving Jim Crane to own the Astros. https://t.co/k2plduSdRI
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