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In the first three months of this year, more civilians were killed by Afghan government and American forces than by the Taliban and other insurgents, the U.N. said https://t.co/aEdZBo3Pcq
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Maybe Japan simply has a hard time letting go. It still uses fax machines. The Tower Records in Tokyo still sells CDs. And government and businesses still use an ancient imperial calendar. https://t.co/p94xRtG0Mn
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RT @NYtmay: It was an emotional day at a packed courthouse where HK democracy activists were sentenced. 
• Benny Tai and Chan Kinman: 16 months in prison
• Chu Yiu-ming, Eason Chung and Lee Wing-tat: suspended sentences
• Tommy Cheung: 200 hours community service
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Egyptians who voted to give their authoritarian leader more time in office could get free groceries, cash and raffle tickets — just a few of the ways President el-Sisi's allies tried to make sure a national referendum turned out in his favor https://t.co/usVOeuijJ7
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A newlywed was honeymooning in Sri Lanka with his wife when a blast rocked their hotel. She survived. He did not. Learn more about the victims of the Sri Lanka attacks. https://t.co/ZkeiRtSi4D
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Benjamin Netanyahu said he would seek to name a Golan Heights settlement for President Trump, after the American leader’s proclamation recognizing Israel’s authority over the territory https://t.co/eobtoqFW9q
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In Ecuador, cameras across the country send footage to centers to be examined by police and domestic intelligence. The surveillance system’s origin: China. https://t.co/NZGzr3hfIk
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“There are a lot of parallels between the settlement of wolves in Germany and the refugee crisis,” said Karsten Hilse, an eastern lawmaker for the anti-immigrant, anti-wolf Alternative for Germany party https://t.co/pLL58Wngr1
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With rain expected in Paris later this week, workers at Notre-Dame cathedral on Tuesday scrambled to protect the building’s interior https://t.co/0oHYuFVJ0N
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Many of the Easter Sunday bombers were from educated, middle-class backgrounds, according to Sri Lankan officials. One was a woman, and another was the attacks’ mastermind, they said. https://t.co/OMkSEP3Pdp
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A Hong Kong court has sentenced democracy activists to prison terms of up to 16 months for their roles in demonstrations that led to a 79-day occupation of major roads in 2014 https://t.co/WITuXPfeQg
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For the first time since the UN began documenting civilian casualties in Afghanistan a decade ago, more civilians are being killed by Afghan government and American forces than by the Taliban and other insurgents https://t.co/Xl2xFglsQn
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RT @kbennhold: In the home of the Brothers Grimm, where the big, bad wolf has been the stuff of children’s nightmares for generations, it is now also the stuff of populist election manifestoes.  My report: https://t.co/d32XfcGGDk
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Japan relies internally on an ancient calendar that honors a reigning emperor. Now, with a new emperor christened just weeks ago, a new era will force the country's bureaucracy to turn the clock to Year 1. Experts are comparing it to Y2K. https://t.co/8XXWmggduw
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China's surveillance know-how and equipment have now begun to find their way to the world. One early adopter: Ecuador. https://t.co/HkTDzIQUd4
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In the home of the Grimm brothers, where the big bad wolf has been the stuff of children’s nightmares for generations, it is now also the stuff of populist election manifestos, reports @kbennhold. https://t.co/Y8rWhpc7QI
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A newlywed was honeymooning in Sri Lanka with his wife when a blast rocked their hotel. She survived. He did not. Learn more about the victims of the Sri Lanka attacks. https://t.co/OuHIzi5rCr
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