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Gareth Bale's war with Real Madrid has simmered for so long that the strangeness of it has been obscured. But his return to Tottenham doesn’t mean he’s finished as a player, @RorySmith writes. https://t.co/x6fzZ7bXX7
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Aleksandr G. Lukashenko’s police force rounded up women, who have become the face of protests against his contested re-election in August https://t.co/GEnaE77L3b
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It is hard to create a national wine brand in a regionally divided country. “The massive gulf between eastern and western Canada” said a wine expert, make it “as difficult for the Okanagan Valley to make an impact in Toronto as in London.” https://t.co/8Jyk7LTqke https://t.co/Vx6GEcEM9k
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Violence continued unabated across Afghanistan, as negotiators in Doha were still trying to finalize a basic framework for talks a week after historic negotiations began https://t.co/hY9KABIna4
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Nearly a month after being poisoned with a nerve agent, Aleksei Navalny, the Russian opposition leader, said he has recovered his ability to speak and walk down stairs. https://t.co/O9ddAT76Wf
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President Martín Vizcarra of Peru survived an impeachment vote on Friday, ending a congressional battle that had threatened to plunge the country into a constitutional crisis during a devastating pandemic https://t.co/MK7DyZIsPQ
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“I didn’t realize how much I’d missed flying until the moment the captain’s voice came on the speaker with the welcome and safety announcement,” Nadzri Harif said of his 85-minute flight to nowhere on Royal Brunei Airlines. https://t.co/Ye6nrD7FVE by @tariro
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At a time when Chinese migration to the United States was largely banned, Mabel Ping-Hua Lee refused to blend in, publishing articles and giving speeches in which she articulated a bold, transnational vision for democracy https://t.co/hqeOzK8hSy
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Tens of thousands of demonstrators turned as the focus turns to a third-rail issue: challenging the monarchy, a long-revered institution in Thailand that brooks no dissent https://t.co/6v3HjfToRG
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77 years after the USS Grenadier was scuttled off the coast of Thailand, 4 divers say they have located it. The wreckage is awaiting verification by the Navy. https://t.co/F3GCJhpZae
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Almost overnight, a South Korean woman and man were vilified online as members of a religious cult who were cheating on their ​mutual church friend, the woman's fiancé https://t.co/S6kBGalcXE
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Nearly a month after being poisoned with a nerve agent, Aleksei Navalny, the Russian opposition leader, said he has recovered his ability to speak and walk down stairs.  https://t.co/CeC7YG1VXa
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More than a month after becoming the first country to approve a coronavirus vaccine, Russia has yet to administer it to a large population outside a clinical trial https://t.co/2LD6jFpjHd
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In South Korea, doxing -- publishing malicious personal information online -- has been a growing problem, often cited as causing the recent suicides of K-pop stars. The case of three church friends shows how it metastasized during the pandemic https://t.co/kYHUdp2jft
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The three friends in South Korea survived Covid-19 without any physical side effects, but the damage done by online mobs lingers https://t.co/VY89QOGt0C
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The scientists who announced the discovery of the gas phosphine in Venus’s atmosphere don't claim to have discovered life — only that they can't think of anything that might have produced it other than microbes in the clouds https://t.co/NGNzV3cS89
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British Columbia's Okanagan Valley is determined to become Canada's Napa Valley. There's just one problem: most Canadians can't get their hands on the wine.  https://t.co/z5HfCGwmAA
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“I didn’t realize how much I’d missed flying until the moment the captain’s voice came on the speaker with the welcome and safety announcement,” Nadzri Harif said of his 85-minute flight to nowhere on Royal Brunei Airlines. https://t.co/luEwusqYQQ by @tariro
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China and the United States continue to exchange blows on tech policy, as Beijing issues rules allowing it to punish foreign companies that it deems threatening to national security or Chinese business interests https://t.co/ARxCKeLa5b
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