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The police in Hong Kong have arrested two former flight attendants for Cathay Pacific who have been blamed for a wave of Omicron cases that forced a return to tough pandemic restrictions. https://t.co/mK0aourant
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As Beijing reported three new cases of the coronavirus, officials suggested that external forces were to blame. A top health official urged residents to wear masks and disposable gloves when receiving mail from abroad. https://t.co/e2ebdxxm7m
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Kazakhstan’s long-serving former president, conspicuously absent during the unrest that rocked the country this month, posted his first public comments since the violence erupted, saying he supported the country’s leader and his economic reforms. https://t.co/6hVv3fN1rZ
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Russia is emptying out its embassy in Kyiv, the Ukrainian capital. The slow evacuation may be part propaganda, part preparation for a looming conflict or part feint, Ukrainian and U.S. officials say. https://t.co/qiW6us1f47
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Ingrid Betancourt, who was held hostage by guerrillas in Colombia, says she will run for president. Her bid comes as the country is at a crossroads, fed up with the political establishment and grappling with the legacy of its civil war.  https://t.co/pl7UcXBi7L
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At a critical moment for the institution, the European Parliament elected Roberta Metsola, a 43-year-old Maltese deputy, as its president for the next two and a half years. https://t.co/IuNDU6ynZp
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Hong Kong will cull over 2,000 hamsters and ban the import of small animals after a pet shop worker, a customer and at least 11 hamsters tested positive for the Delta variant of the coronavirus. https://t.co/3493jKZWik
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Sudanese security forces killed seven people and injured at least 100 others, as senior American diplomats prepared for a visit aimed at helping to revitalize the country’s shaky transition to democracy. https://t.co/XtO31LumYx
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RT @austinramzy: Hong Kong will cull more than 2,000 hamsters and ban the import of small animals after a pet shop worker, a customer and at least 11 hamsters tested positive for the Delta variant https://t.co/DWPuT0RDNb
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Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy is widely believed to covet a move into the president’s job. But that could take his safe pair of hands off day-to-day affairs in a country known for its political volatility. https://t.co/I6Kf0iNf0v
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Correction: An earlier version of this tweet misspelled the given name of an activist. He is Nabeel Rajab, not Nabell. The tweet also misstated the name of a press watchdog organization. It is the Committee to Protect Journalists, not the Committee to Protest Journalists.
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The Bahraini rights activist Nabeel Rajab credits Jodie Ginsberg, a longtime advocate for press freedoms, with raising awareness about his legal case. Now she is set to lead the Committee to Protect Journalists.   https://t.co/Sp2rML4897
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Australia recorded its highest number of daily Covid deaths as the state of Victoria declared a state of emergency for its hospital system which is buckling under the strain of staff illness and soaring coronavirus cases. https://t.co/VPkEzFeQU6
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The European Parliament elected a new president on Tuesday. Roberta Metsola of Malta will succeed David Sassoli, an Italian politician who died last week. https://t.co/r92Jyn8CuK
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Hong Kong will cull more than 2,000 hamsters after Covid cases after a pet shop worker, a customer and at least 11 hamsters tested positive for the Delta coronavirus variant. https://t.co/difReMFfny
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Two earthquakes struck a remote, mountainous area of western Afghanistan, killing at least 27 people and destroying hundreds of homes. https://t.co/hm9IoJUMPi
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RT @MonikaPronczuk: In many ways, Roberta Metsola, the new president of the @Europarl_EN brings novelty to the role. She is young, a woman, and comes from the E.U. smallest nation. But she also belongs to the biggest political group, home to the party of Ursula von der Leyen. https://t.co/9LR0S8Wk2x
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8 hours ago
Two former flight attendants for Cathay Pacific have been arrested by the police in Hong Kong, accused of breaking pandemic rules. The two men have been blamed for a wave of Omicron cases that forced a return to tough restrictions. https://t.co/SYp6dMo1pk
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As it struggles to reconnect with the world after an epic volcanic eruption set off a tsunami, Tonga is confronting the risk that international aid workers could bring in a virus it has kept out. https://t.co/P883RbCcav
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Russia is emptying out its embassy in Kyiv, the Ukrainian capital. The slow evacuation may be part propaganda, part preparation for a looming conflict or part feint, Ukrainian and U.S. officials say. https://t.co/icK8NVVZWF
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