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New Photos From Wuhan Reignite Doubts That Communist China Is Being Honest About Coronavirus

A new development in China is refueling theories that China's communist government is not being honest with the world about the coronavirus.This week, families in Wuhan — the Chinese city of about 11 million people where the COVID-19 pandemic...
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How Many Nedas? Iran Sanctions Are Biological Warfare Against Civilians

Richard EskowGeneral view of a hospital where health officers, wearing masks and special protective suits, take care of a patient infected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) at a hospital in Tehran, Iran on March 02, 2020. (Photo: Fatemeh Bahrami/Anadolu...
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For Trump, There’s Only One Victim: Himself. He Fears Political Defeat More Than The Deaths Of...

A photograph purporting to show Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte in tears, having lost all hope over the coronavirus toll in his country, made its way around cyberspace earlier this week. It turned out the photo wasn’t of Conte, but of...

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Hundreds Of Croatians Left Homeless By Earthquake Amid Covid-19 Crisis

Citizens of Zagreb practice social distancing under the light snow after an earthquake forced them to leave their homes in the morning of March 22, 2020. Photo by Tomislav Medak, CC-BY. Check out Global Voices’ special coverage of the global...
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An Interview With Afgan Mukhtarli, Abducted Azerbaijani Journalist Who Now Walks Free

Mukhtarli was released from prison in Azerbaijan on March 17Leyla Mustafayeva hugs her husband, the journalist Afgan Mukhtarli, during his arrival in Berlin on March 17. Photo (c): European Centre for Press and Media Freedom. On March 17, the...
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Laurence Bédard Sizzles In Red Lace Lingerie

On Wednesday, March 25, Canadian model Laurence Bédard shared a suggestive snap with her 2.8 million Instagram followers. In the provocative photo, the Quebec native posed in front of what appears to be a marble wall. She stood with her shoulders...
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Algeria Crackdown On Dissent Persists With Detention Of Journalists

Arresting journalists is a ‘pretext’ to punish and silenceAnti-government protesters in the capital Algiers on July 6, 2019. Photo credit: Farah Souames, used with permission. More than a year since the start of Algeria's countrywide...
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Hello There! Animals Claim The Town As Humans Locked Down In India Due To Coronavirus - Photo, Video

New Delhi (Sputnik): With the 21-day lockdown in force, cities and towns in India have become almost deserted, except for emergency movements. Usually busy highways across the country have become almost deathly quiet.
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Migrants Aren’t To Blame For Covid-19

Photo by Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images To get myself through the pandemic, I’ve been summoning everything I’ve learned about surviving in a new world as an immigrant. I left the Philippines as a kid to join my parents in California....
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Cake Celebration As Norway Finally Extradites 'dangerous' Islamist Extremist – Photo

Mullah Krekar had previously made death threats against now-Prime Minister Erna Solberg and has been classified as a “threat to national security”, earning him a place in the UN list of terrorists.
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Photos: In Locked Down India, Poor Migrants Are On A Long March Back Home

A great reverse migration is underway in India.On March 24, prime minister Narendra Modi urged all Indians to stay at home for three weeks to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. The short, four-hour notice for the shutdown,...
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Cuba Tries To Keep Its Sole Submarine A Secret, But We Now Have A Photo

David Axe Security, Delfin’s small size belies its destructive potential. Key point: Havana doesn’t have the option of leveraging numbers in order to create major obstacles to U.S. Navy deployments. Cuba has exactly one submarine. And we...
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Sweden’s Princess Victoria & Prince Daniel Are Terrible At Social Distancing

For days now, people have been yelling at the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for their absolutely ridiculous photo-op at an emergency call center in the middle of a global pandemic. While William and Kate didn’t shake hands with anyone, they...
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Syria Registers Four New Covid-19 Cases, Introduces 12 Hour Curfew Across Country – Photos, Video

The war-torn, sanctions-hit nation registered its first new coronavirus case on March 22, with the UN warning that the country’s overstretched health care sector may not be prepared to deal with a major outbreak.
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Breaking: Us Hostage Robert Levinson Reportedly Dead In Iranian Prison – Hillary Clinton Called...

Photos of Robert Levinson were published in 2013 after five years in captivity in Iran. Robert Levinson, a private investigator, disappeared in 2007 on the Iranian island of Kish. The Iranian government has repeatedly denied knowing anything about...
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Remembering The Days Of The Invasion: Iraq 2003

Claudia LefkoClaudia Lefko and Faiza Al-Araji, Amman Jordan 2012. (Photo: Courtesy of authors)
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The World’s Major Military And Economic Powers Find Happiness Elusive

Lawrence WittnerGreat military and economic power does not guarantee a country’s happiness. (Photo: U.S. Army/flickr/cc)
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Quarantine Is Emotionally Challenging, But There Are Ways Officials Can Make It Easier

Photo by Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images When China placed a series of cities under lockdown in January to blunt the spread of COVID-19, experts warned that other countries may not be able to implement the same policies. But...
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Hungarian Fitness Coach Anita Herbert Shows Off Muscular Legs In Underwear And Hoodie

Anita Herbert took to her Instagram page on Tuesday, March 24, to post a new update that showed off her muscular body in underwear as she addressed an important question she often gets from clients. The photo showed Herbert in an apartment as she...
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Croatia's Earthquake Risk Disrupting Partial Lockdown Amid Covid-19 Outbreak

Damage in Zagreb after the March 22, 2020 earthquake. Photo by Government of Republic of Croatia, used with permission. A series of tremors hit the Croatian capital Zagreb on early Sunday morning on March 22, leaving at least 27 people injured, one...
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