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Twitter is dropping the terms "master," "slave" and "blacklist" from its code after two engineers lobbied for the use of more inclusive programming language. https://t.co/9KINZ96Hn0
Singapore has just begun to get its second wave of coronavirus under control. Now, it's on track to face its worst-ever outbreak of another viral infection: dengue. https://t.co/hDOHnCm04h
This October, NASA astronaut Kate Rubins and Russian cosmonauts Sergey Ryzhikov and Sergey Kud-Sverchkov will launch to the International Space Station from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in southern Kazakhstan. https://t.co/RWf02ZJPsu
Last month's deadly border battle between India and China has already begun to affect business and technology. But the world's two most populous countries have a lot to lose should the dispute escalate into a full-on trade war. Analysis by @lauraliuhe https://t.co/X82mjrXfEx
The trial of 20 Saudi nationals charged with the murder of Jamal Khashoggi opened in an Istanbul courtroom on Friday, and his fiancée hopes the case will offer new clues to the whereabouts of the dissident journalist's remains. https://t.co/O2cVB5FEWv
"We have thoroughly prevented the inroad of the malignant virus and maintained a stable anti-epidemic situation despite the worldwide health crisis."
Kim Jong Un has claimed that North Korea's Covid-19 response has been a "shining success." https://t.co/ISFm8lpTN6
A surprising new study found that the controversial antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine helped Covid-19 patients better survive in the hospital.
Two of the biggest "Harry Potter" fan websites have condemned author J.K. Rowling following her publication of a controversial essay on gender identity last month https://t.co/pyLL0ggCjz
You now have more than one "shot."
Thanks to Disney+, you can sing along with the Tony Award-winning musical "Hamilton" any time you want. https://t.co/mJDAkcH5j8
Liverpool's title-winning celebrations were given a rude awakening as Jurgen Klopp's team was thrashed 4-0 by last year's champion Manchester City in the Premier League. https://t.co/7C5bd67die
This is what President Donald Trump's "handled" pandemic looks like.
The US is reeling from an out-of-control resurgence of the virus that is racking up record numbers of 50,000-plus new infections each day now | Analysis by @StCollinson https://t.co/xBGjFyPvIv
"Choices I have are stark: to stay silent from now on, or to keep engaging in private diplomacy so I can warn the world of the threat of Chinese authoritarian expansion."
Nathan Law, a former lawmaker and protest leader, said that he had left Hong Kong. https://t.co/JR9udqT3f2
Before Muhammed Ali, heavyweight boxer Jack Johnson shook up the boxing division -- and the US https://t.co/rVGd8aaDRc
Saroj Khan, a celebrated Indian choreographer behind some of Bollywood's biggest productions, has died aged 71, her doctor has told CNN. https://t.co/t2nG1suzi2
Sorry Venus, Serena has found a new doubles partner.
The 23-time grand slam champion took to the court with daughter Olympia, who turns three in September, as the pair sported matching purple outfits. https://t.co/SZvGLg0Ey7
US President Donald Trump will head to Mount Rushmore to celebrate an early Fourth of July at a gathering of an estimated 7,500 people during a global pandemic.
No social distancing is planned despite the record-high coronavirus cases in the US.
This October, NASA astronaut Kate Rubins and Russian cosmonauts Sergey Ryzhikov and Sergey Kud-Sverchkov will launch to the International Space Station from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in southern Kazakhstan. https://t.co/awbKkN6E1Y
FedEx, a major sponsor of the Washington Redskins, is asking the NFL team to change its name in response to growing pressure from investors who oppose the name's racist connotations. https://t.co/YTrMXvNM2w
NASA has released a 10-year timelapse of the sun by capturing 425 million high-resolution images https://t.co/7hjXsvkfAv https://t.co/J26m86EEgz
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