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RT @amyyqin: Something I didn't quite appreciate until I moved to Taiwan is how layered identity is here. We went on a hunt w/some Indigenous hunters to see how they've upheld their traditions despite centuries of displacement & marginalization by colonial settlers. 
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RT @Karan_Singhs: Around this time last year India blamed its Covid-19 spread on an Islamic group. Now, it risks a Hindu super spreader event under its nose. "Faith" and politics clearly overcomes the virus! https://t.co/SpM274QpOF
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2 hours ago
A widely covered court case tied to traditional hunting has thrust Taiwan's Indigenous rights cause into the spotlight. A ruling in the hunter's favor would advance the push for land rights and greater self-governance. https://t.co/O3IfNVFAJ2
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“It’s like being out of prison,” said Kate Asani, who was sitting at a table with two friends in the back garden of the Carlton Tavern in the Kilburn area of London, where they basked in each other’s company as much as in the sunshine. https://t.co/Dx8emJ5S3S
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Candles and small fires glittered across vineyards and orchards in France last week, their pretty flickering belying the disaster, as winegrowers and farmers tried everything to ward off the frost cutting the life from newly formed shoots and buds. https://t.co/ZhLMJrxahH
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5 hours ago
The infamous decades of Northern Ireland mayhem known as "The Troubles" presumably ended with the 1998 Belfast Agreement. Now there is fear of a revival.  https://t.co/Li5ziPvTjw
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Disposal of the wastewater has been delayed by public opposition and by safety concerns. But the space used to store the water is expected to run out next year, and Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga told lawmakers that the ocean release was “unavoidable.”  https://t.co/UICYsR0kF8
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7 hours ago
Britain has endured one of the world’s longest and most stringent lockdowns. Today, restrictions eased. Take a look as public life resumes in England. https://t.co/MgV2cuTSTA
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8 hours ago
¿Te preguntas qué son los 'pasaportes de vacunación'? Aquí hay algunas respuestas. https://t.co/eJti6J6Fib por @perezpena

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10 hours ago
Japan said that it had decided to gradually release tons of treated wastewater from the ruined Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant into the ocean, describing it as the best option for disposal despite fierce opposition at home and concern from nearby countries https://t.co/FPwei0rcXE
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Losses could range as high as 80 percent, said a French wine expert. “It’s a terrible blow after the virus which has shut restaurants and bars, and so slashed demand, and after the Trump tax.” https://t.co/46gkmPzam1
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12 hours ago
Iran vowed revenge against Israel on Monday morning, a day after a blackout at an Iranian nuclear enrichment site was attributed to an Israeli attack. The comments highlight the risk of escalation in a yearslong shadow war between the countries. https://t.co/15ybOmDjgI
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13 hours ago
Peru’s presidential election is headed for a runoff, with Pedro Castillo, a former union activist and teacher, in the lead. He tapped into popular discontent with the political classes to clinch a surprise win. https://t.co/D99lUgR3li
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14 hours ago
Southeast Asia, once celebrated for its “people power” revolutions that ousted dictators, has been sliding back into autocracy. The bloody coup in Myanmar underscores the erosion of electoral politics and civil liberties across the region. https://t.co/31fs2GPAsn
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15 hours ago
La elección presidencial en el Perú sucede en un momento de creciente frustración por la corrupción, la pandemia y un sistema político que, según muchos, solo sirve a los intereses de funcionarios y empresas pero no al pueblo. https://t.co/RFao92aVNZ

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15 hours ago
Ahead of Peru's presidential election, voters have coalesced around a single issue: shared frustration with the system. https://t.co/I5oKjNEX3i
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16 hours ago
“I will miss my Grandpa, but I know he would want us to get on with the job.” Prince Harry and Prince William paid homage to Prince Philip's service to the nation and to the Queen, and also shared personal memories of their grandfather. https://t.co/VLRX2aGQDr
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Southeast Asia, once celebrated for its ”people power” revolutions that ousted dictators, has been sliding back into autocracy. “It’s a perfect storm against freedom and pluralism sweeping across Asia,” said a political scientist in the Philippines. https://t.co/hoAdWFhlis
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Una parodia de BTS en la televisión de Chile se burló del grupo de K-pop, asoció a sus miembros con el dictador de Corea del Norte y se burló de su idioma. El ‘Army de BTS’ respondió con un mensaje: tolerancia cero para la retórica racista y anti-asiática. https://t.co/roMnYsS2ho

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