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Jenni Chang and Lisa Dazols: This is what LGBT life is like around the world | TED Talk
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As a gay couple in San Francisco, Jenni Chang and Lisa Dazols had a relatively easy time living the way they wanted. But outside the bubble of the Bay Area, what was life like for people still lacking basic rights? They set off on a world tour in search of “Supergays,” LGBT people who were […]

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‘We’ll disappear you’: Mexican protesters recount terror of police abduction | World news | The Guardian
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Jesús and four friends were heading to a protest against police brutality when they were seized by a group of plain-clothes officers and forced into an unmarked pickup truck. They had planned to join a demonstration in Guadalajara, prompted by the case of Giovanni López, a construction worker who was found dead after he was arrested […]

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George Soros Is Paying Republicans to Turn on Trump – Daily World Update
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George Soros is a well known money man for liberals, liberal causes and ANTIFA. But Soros has found new ways of spreading his dastardly deeds. He’s branched out into republicans. That’s right. George Soros has started paying republicans to carry out his agenda. Republicans have been taking millions of dollars from Soros, and in return, […]

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Ministers accused of not taking Covid-19 threat to BAME Britons seriously | World news | The Guardian
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Ministers have been accused of not taking seriously the threat posed to black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) Britons by Covid-19, after it was reported that the release of an official review of the issue had been delayed over fears of potential civil unrest. According to Sky News, officials are concerned about the effect the […]

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Teachers Around the World Tell Us Reopening is Tough, but Joyful | Edutopia
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To get a sense of what the new normal looks like across the world, we reached out on social media to teachers who are back in school. We received a torrent of responses: More than 600 teachers from over 50 countries joined the conversation, with many leaving detailed descriptions of their school’s’ reopening policies. We […]

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Israeli minister apologises for police shooting of Palestinian man | World news | The Guardian
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Israel’s defence minister apologised on Sunday for the police’s fatal shooting of an unarmed, autistic Palestinian man. The shooting of Iyad Halak, 32, in Jerusalem’s Old City on Saturday, drew broad condemnations and revived complaints alleging excessive force by Israeli security forces. Benny Gantz, who is also Israel’s alternate prime minister under a power-sharing deal, […]

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Exotic fifth state of matter made on the International Space Station | New Scientist
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Astronaut Christina Koch installing the Cold Atom Laboratory on the ISSNASA/JSC NASA/JSC AN EXOTIC fifth type of matter has been created in one of the coldest places in the universe – a device on board the International Space Station (ISS). The Cold Atom Laboratory (CAL) was launched to the ISS in 2018 to investigate a […]

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From celebration to dismay: the week Covid-19 re-emerged in New Zealand | World news | The Guardian
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It had been a triumphant story of national unity and political leadership combining to vanquish a virus that still plagues most nations on the planet. But just a week after New Zealanders celebrated having rid the country of Covid-19 and the government lifted all restrictions on daily life except controls on entering the country, the […]

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