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14 minutes ago
"It's a blatant lie," a North Korean defector says about the North's claim that it has no coronavirus case. "The last thing ​the North wants is ​a ​social chaos." https://t.co/cKLdY3Ymow
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RT @motokorich: Asian countries that seemed to have brought the coronavirus epidemic under control are tightening their borders and imposing stricter containment measures, fearful of a wave of new infections imported from elsewhere.  https://t.co/4BamKWwIL8
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After its hospital was identified as a hub of a regional coronavirus outbreak, officials sealed off the town of Igualada, Spain, from the rest of the country https://t.co/r0zt818p7s
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Helmutt Stern, who fled the Nazis during the Holocaust, returned to join the Berlin Philharmonic in an act reconciliation and forgiveness. He also brought the Berlin Phil to Israel. He has died at 91. Obit by @kseelye https://t.co/FoSrL1sjg4
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Worried that Hungary's far-right government may try to use the coronavirus crisis to still further erode democracy, the EU issued a warning. It neglected to mention two words: "Hungary" and "Orban." https://t.co/jAJfDM9NWR
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When she was 15, Francesca Gee became involved with Gabriel Matzneff, the French writer and apologist for pedophilia. After 44 years, she breaks her silence in an interview with The New York Times. https://t.co/hHVbEVorME
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Ordinary Afghans have shared what little they have in the coronavirus crisis, tapping into a culture of generosity, volunteerism and communal care that many feared had eroded after decades of war, survival-first imperatives, greed and corruption https://t.co/TpFUzznzkI
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Tomie dePaola stirred imaginations by writing or illustrating more than 270 books. The ones that resonated most with children, he told The Times in 1999, were inspired by his own life. https://t.co/MgMLFyA5Nz
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After its hospital was identified as a hub of a regional coronavirus outbreak, officials sealed off the town of Igualada, Spain, from the rest of the country https://t.co/Na5aWa7tpf
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Dr. Roberto Stella was a local physician with a national presence, and the first Italian doctor known to have died of coronavirus https://t.co/ZoIuXrFwsr
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Worried that Hungary's far-right government may try to use the coronavirus crisis to still further erode democracy, the EU issued a warning. It neglected to mention two words: "Hungary" and "Orban." https://t.co/ZfgsLofHBk
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6 hours ago
A year into his presidency, Mr. Bolsonaro and his sons have helped fuel a gun rights movement that had little popular support, or political clout, in the country before he took office. https://t.co/cKmATndwj5
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When she was 15, Francesca Gee became involved with Gabriel Matzneff, the French writer and apologist for pedophilia. After 44 years, she breaks her silence in an interview with The New York Times. https://t.co/NToGShIsuh
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7 hours ago
Ordinary Afghans have shared what little they have in the coronavirus crisis, tapping into a culture of generosity, volunteerism and communal care that many feared had eroded after decades of war, survival-first imperatives, greed and corruption https://t.co/67qRhDz6UN
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7 hours ago
After its hospital was identified as a hub of a regional coronavirus outbreak, officials sealed off the town of Igualada, Spain, from the rest of the country https://t.co/f0dSledDLy
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Worried that Hungary's far-right government may try to use the coronavirus crisis to still further erode democracy, the EU issued a warning. It neglected to mention two words: "Hungary" and "Orban." https://t.co/oHTyQQHYTH
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9 hours ago
A lack of testing ​equipment ​​may mean that when North Korea claimed no reports of coronavirus cases, it was telling the truth​, says an expert on public health and North Korea: "They just don't know how to detect it" https://t.co/U0vPPtU9RP
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9 hours ago
Attitudes toward guns may be changing under Mr. Bolsonaro. Since he eased gun ownership rules in his first weeks in office, the number of applications for permits has gone up sharply. https://t.co/BQ3K81UTal
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