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On the Turkish border, Syrians talk of fear, homelessness and hunger as hundreds of thousands flee a government offensive https://t.co/qiEzt2kWwe
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The Ukraine conflict is largely a war fought in trenches, like World War I. On Tuesday, Ukraine reported an attempt to overrun a trench line. https://t.co/vTdvUSOpMA
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Nearly 80 years after President Franklin Roosevelt signed an order to relocate tens of thousands of Japanese-Americans during World War II, California is expected to apologize for the part state legislators played in perpetuating racism https://t.co/TGCNrauA0d
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The coronavirus outbreak has exposed the jarring absence in China of a vibrant civil society — the groups that bring people together without involving the government https://t.co/5fgn8rCzRJ
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The ship was abandoned in 2018 and had been drifting since then in the Atlantic Ocean. Its final destination: Ireland. https://t.co/6ESMw21YJF
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HSBC aims to cut $4.5 billion in costs as it faces headwinds that include the coronavirus outbreak in China and months of political strife in Hong Kong, one of its most important bases https://t.co/SXQeKFKPA4
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7 hours ago
In Europe, cases of the coronavirus have been limited. But for those who  test positive for the virus, and the communities where they live, the social stigma around the virus has created its own issues.  https://t.co/GTSbDr9GwX
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8 hours ago
Beijing has long undermined China's civil society, the network of nongovernmental civic groups and charities that are taken for granted in other countries. Now, as China battles the coronavirus, its people are paying the price. https://t.co/fU6FJYjnuO
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8 hours ago
From Paris to London to Madrid to Rome to Berlin, Chinese tourists have disappeared as a result of the coronavirus outbreak https://t.co/WEfin7WKLm
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Osman Kavala, a prominent philanthropist, was among 9 protesters acquitted of seeking the violent overthrow of the government at a landmark trial in Turkey. He had spent more than 2 years in pretrial detention. https://t.co/vAUARMRNNc
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8 hours ago
RT @MujMash: President Ashraf Ghani declared as the final winner of Afghanistan's elections with 50.63% of the votes, after a 5-month dispute.

(The decision, protested by Abdullah, comes on eve of US deal with Taliban - any political crisis will clearly have impact.)

https://t.co/IAGou6gdBK
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Breaking news: President Ashraf Ghani was declared the winner of Afghanistan’s presidential vote after months of dispute. Opposition politicians have protested, threatening a crisis on the cusp of a U.S. peace deal with the Taliban. https://t.co/cJQUoxQLx9
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9 hours ago
“We tell them, ‘Don’t be so anxious, just buy enough for you. Don’t hoard too much,’” one pharmacy employee in Hong Kong said. But in a city where the coronavirus has sparked the memory of the SARS outbreak in 2003, not everyone listens. https://t.co/WjmuFPoT39
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RT @BellaKwai: May Tang, a friendly woman with tinted hair, has witnessed the buying hysteria firsthand at the HK pharmacy where she works. “You could say we’re tired,” she said of last year. “Not many people can experience so many things at once."
https://t.co/noVI0Ov3lH
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9 hours ago
Growth in Russia has slowed to well below the global average as economists point to low spending by the government and the private sector https://t.co/ikvMLDQLZ2
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10 hours ago
At least 150 million people in China — over 10 percent of the country’s population — face restrictions on how often they can leave their homes https://t.co/HVNJ7hcldx
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10 hours ago
RT @zhonggg: NEW: We dug deeper into the numbers. At least 150 million people in China, or around 10% of the population, are facing government restrictions on how often they can leave their home. https://t.co/p5RUjGlIOm
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The EU agreed to launch a new naval and air mission to stop more arms reaching the warring factions in Libya https://t.co/RYa8LkOQjd
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11 hours ago
After Storm Dennis left hundreds of towns across the UK with heavy flooding, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office said he has no plans to visit the affected areas https://t.co/z7KPMLosn6
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