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Venezuela freezes the accounts and raids the offices of a crucial food charity, with hunger rampant across the country. “The effect of this will be brutal,” one activist said. https://t.co/x4qZL9xp8W
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"Who are Ahmed and Doudou?" Two wedding rings found in a backpack floating in the Mediterranean will be returned to their owners, migrants who survived a shipwreck. https://t.co/VXF9LfNnXA
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At the fearful height of the pandemic in April, a Holocaust survivor, Simon Gronowski, began playing piano tunes from his apartment window in Brussels, bringing light to their lives at a dark and perilous moment https://t.co/cgEjD6WFJK https://t.co/v1TWAnuf57
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Some Conservative lawmakers are calling Boris Johnson’s plans to continue restricting most of the nation’s bars and restaurants “authoritarian” https://t.co/lOkY13DdSb
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Even Argentines too young to have ever seen Diego Maradona play were mourning on Wednesday. “I feel like a member of my family just died,” a 19-year-old said. https://t.co/uPw0L0otlU
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“The people who are supposed to protect me are holding me at gunpoint.” - Footage of police beating a Black man in Paris has sparked outrage in France.   https://t.co/olKDmmmuPY
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Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia said he had ordered a military offensive into the capital of the Tigray region, a major escalation of a weekslong conflict that rights organizations fear will lead to large civilian casualties https://t.co/KAxYtWLBd9
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3 hours ago
Venezuela freezes the accounts and raids the offices of a crucial food charity, with hunger rampant across the country. “The effect of this will be brutal,” one activist said. https://t.co/RoXLQs2key
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4 hours ago
Footage of police officers beating a Black man in his Paris recording studio has led to a broad outcry, amid growing opposition to a security bill that would restrict the filming of police https://t.co/UiW2CqOoqN
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5 hours ago
Au plus fort de la pandémie, Simon Gronowski, un rescapé de l'Holocauste,  jouait des airs de jazz au piano électrique à sa fenêtre, à Bruxelles, pour réconforter le voisinage. https://t.co/4ZkvKiJdTa

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At the fearful height of the pandemic in April, a Holocaust survivor, Simon Gronowski, began playing piano tunes from his apartment window in Brussels, bringing light to their lives at a dark and perilous moment https://t.co/HmYASJgac0 https://t.co/U6yf5WOqFC
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6 hours ago
Mounting evidence indicates that the European Union’s border agency has been complicit in Greece’s illegal practice of pushing back migrants to Turkey, according to documents obtained by The New York Times and interviews with officials https://t.co/FhpzQSq2Dv
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"Who are Ahmed and Doudou?" Two wedding rings found in a backpack floating in the Mediterranean will be returned to their owners, migrants who survived a shipwreck. https://t.co/e1zewwlU6V
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8 hours ago
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia said he had ordered a military offensive into the capital of the Tigray region, a major escalation of a weekslong conflict that rights organizations fear will lead to large civilian casualties https://t.co/UTDVOCdhfg
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“I grew up appreciating fabrics, and what kind of colors and what kind of motifs are worn, and their significance" said Anna Getaneh. "I always felt that these are such great stories to share and tell.” https://t.co/j2qnzu4vb4
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11 hours ago
Yang Asha smiled serenely down at the craggy emerald landscape. She appeared unmoved by the fierce condemnation her presence has ignited in China — she is, after all, made of gleaming stainless steel. https://t.co/Se7R3z0HSU
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11 hours ago
Even Argentines too young to have ever seen Diego Maradona play were mourning on Wednesday. “I feel like a member of my family just died,” a 19-year-old said. https://t.co/7J0aq4NlNo
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12 hours ago
The latest season of "The Crown" is enthralling entertainment about Britain in the turbulent 1980s. The problem, say prominent Britons who lived through the period, is that the Netflix hit doesn't let the facts get in the way of a good story.  https://t.co/ijQqbhkUML
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A “stress test” of immigration procedures that might result from a no-deal Brexit on Jan. 1 led to a miles-long backup of trucks in southern England https://t.co/qNlGdqHTO1
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13 hours ago
A Turkish court sentenced accused ringleaders of the failed 2016 coup against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to multiple life terms on Thursday in one of the most important mass trials of nearly 500 defendants accused of involvement in the plot https://t.co/lzzUu1FB1o
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