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China is quietly arresting people who joined the mass protests against “zero Covid” last year, in what seems to be an attempt to deter those who might have been encouraged by the demonstrations.  https://t.co/49xn1dotur
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Esto es lo que se considera protesta en Rusia en enero de 2023, a 11 meses de la invasión a Ucrania: colocar flores y peluches en la estatua de una poeta ucraniana en Moscú sin ser arrestado. https://t.co/U8xrePztep

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An archaeological dig that began last summer for the start of the Appian Way has been stymied by ground water. https://t.co/RBMZMDxj3U
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Israeli forces raided the occupied West Bank City of Jenin early Thursday and killed at least nine Palestinians. The deaths brought the number of Palestinians killed in the West Bank so far this year to 29, including at least five youths under 18. https://t.co/whLFeVHjfF
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Just months before pivotal elections in Turkey, the government is spending billions of dollars to bolster President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his governing party at the ballot box while unleashing legal threats to weaken those who seek to unseat him. https://t.co/UD1UZ10aXg
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North Korea has imposed a lockdown on its capital amid concerns over the spread of infectious diseases, according to the Russian Embassy in Pyongyang. https://t.co/tTMehrRjZQ
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Around 200 unaccompanied minors — mostly Albanian teenagers — are missing from hotels they were housed in as they awaited decisions on asylum claims in Britain. Rights advocates and some lawmakers believe they have been abducted by criminal gangs. https://t.co/uYdrIegNRK
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An analyst sees a big psychological shift in Europe: “The Poles and Central Europeans feel more confident, and the French and Germans are more defensive.”  https://t.co/x55YhtuHlZ
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The Diefenbunker in Canada is one of the few places in the world where people can tour a former Cold War bunker built to house a government under nuclear attack. Tourists are flocking there amid renewed tensions with Russia. https://t.co/jgEDqqCIMj
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The Chinese police have formally arrested at least four young women for participating in last year’s protests against “zero Covid,” part of a quiet crackdown after the biggest challenge to the government in decades. https://t.co/50jF5hZjCo
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As inflation hits the pockets of families  in Britain who already had little to spare, food banks say they are getting much busier and seeing more people with jobs. https://t.co/MVMmAwNGMa
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Para algunos rusos, el homenaje floral es señal de que aún quedan personas en el país con la valentía de protestar contra la guerra en Ucrania.  https://t.co/CuH7TzByh2

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North Korea has imposed a five-day lockdown on its capital city as it battles an increase in “recurrent flu and other respiratory diseases” amid a cold spell, according to the Russian Embassy in Pyongyang. https://t.co/9xFp7INDMl
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The Israeli army raided the occupied West Bank City of Jenin and killed at least nine Palestinians, including a 60-year-old woman, according to the Palestinian health ministry. The Israeli army said the raid was a “counterterrorism operation." https://t.co/ECBIf4B1qr
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Ahead of pivotal elections in Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is trying to soften the blow of inflation and unleashing an array of legal threats to weaken those who seek to unseat him. https://t.co/U2g4vzXraW
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The war in Ukraine has elevated the influence of Central and Eastern European countries, while dimming France’s and Germany’s, at least for now. https://t.co/J0gtVAPm5U
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Fans at the Australian Open were detained by the police after displaying Russian flags, which were banned last week, and behaving in a menacing way toward members of security, Australia’s governing body for tennis said on Wednesday. https://t.co/qKmqCxHWmK
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In Africa, hundreds of French troops stationed in Burkina Faso will leave within a month after the Burkinabe government ordered their departure https://t.co/Blw1z5M2PY
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Pope Francis condemned “unjust” laws that criminalize homosexuality, adding that the Roman Catholic Church should do more to put an end to such legislation. https://t.co/43PDnLzqXZ
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