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A Sea Of Red: Celebrating The Chinese New Year

Many East Asian cultures celebrate the occasion under different names Making incense offering at Grand Matsu Temple (大天后宮) in Taian, Taiwan. Photo by Filip Noubel, used with permission. The Chinese New Year is a holiday rooted in...
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Is Our Right To Peaceful Protest Disappearing?

Council of Canadians Demonstrators hold signs to protest the construction of TransCanada's Coastal GasLink through unceded Wet'suwet'en territory. (Photo: Unist'ot'en Camp/Facebook)
Related topics: Protests, Facebook, Social Media

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Southern Peace Activists Help Soldiers Become Conscientious Objectors

Olivia PaschalThe "more I do this work," said Steve Woolford, "the more I would say the people who wind up serving the military aren't just pawns, but a lot of them are victims of warmaking themselves." (Photo: Friends for Peace/cc/flickr/cc) 
Related topics: Activism, Military, Flickr

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Search And Rescue Op Underway: Death Toll In Turkish Earthquake Reaches 22, 1,000 Wounded - Photos

According to the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC), the tremors reached a 6.8 magnitude near the town of Sivrice on Friday. The centre added that the quake may have been felt by around 120 million people in the region.
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Indyref2: Locals In Inverness March For Scottish Independence - Photos

The divide between Edinburgh and London is continuing to grow, with the Scottish National Party bolstering its position during the last snap elections, winning 48 seats in the House of Commons, up from 35 seats in 2017, and gaining 45 percent of the...
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13 Amazing Photos You Missed This Week

The dazzling images are drawn from the U.S. campaign, a protesting clown and China's efforts to fight off a super virus.
Related topics: Protests, China

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Photos From The Lunar New Year Show How Coronavirus Turned China's Biggest Party Into A Washout

Here are photos comparing last year's celebration — complete with Chinese lions, historical dances, and family time — to this year.
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Morocco Intensifies Crackdown On Freedom Of Expression

Two rappers have recently been jailedOver the past fews months, authorities in Morocco arrested several individuals for expressing themselves online. Photo by user Pierre Metivier on Flickr [CC BY-NC 2.0].The Moroccan government has intensified its...
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This Nigerian Human Rights Lawyer Wins Second Order Of Restraint Against Government

‘I was subjected to incalculable psychological torture’Gloria M. Ballason is a human rights lawyer and host of the law radio show, “House of Justice,” based in Kaduna State, Nigeria. Photo screenshot via Bridgewater State...
Related topics: Human Rights, Nigeria, Screenshots

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Trump’s Rosy Economic Outlook Is A Big Lie

Sonali KolhatkarPresident Donald Trump at the 2020 World Economic Forum summit in Davos, Switzerland, on Tuesday. (Photo: Shealah Craighead / White House)
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London Police To Deploy Facial Recognition Cameras Across The City

CCTV cameras on London’s Westminster Bridge. | Photo credit should read TOLGA AKMEN/AFP via Getty Images Live facial recognition cameras will be deployed across London, with the city’s Metropolitan Police announcing today that the technology...
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The Real Reasons People Are Fleeing Honduras

Let's get beyond the overused trope of “violence and poverty”A mother named Doris holds a portrait of her son, Wilfredo Moncada, a former leader of anti-government protests in 2018. Choluteca, Honduras, May 29, 2019. Photo credit:...
Related topics: Honduras, Protests

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Photo Claimed To Be Of Kid Freezing In Gaza In December Is Actually From Afghanistan In 2006

Discover the extent, audacity, and relentlessness of the Palestinian victimhood propaganda machine in The Palestinian Delusion: The Catastrophic History of the Middle East Peace Process. “The Freezing Kid of Gaza,” by David Lange,...
Related topics: Gaza Strip, Palestine, Afghanistan

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End Of Blame Game: Sanders (and His Supporters) Helped Hillary Win Popular Vote In 2016

Alison Rose LevyClinton’s combination of entitlement, arrogance and low self-esteem have prevented her from taking stock. (Photo by Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

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Latina Bombshell Dolly Castro Puts Cleavage & Entire Leg On Display In Extremely Revealing Dress

Dolly Castro recently proved why she’s one of the most sought-after women on social media. The Latina goddess attended the Abyss by Abby Launch party and posted a photo of herself in a stunning dress that wowed her fans. The brunette...
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Today’s Us-iran Crisis Is Rooted In The Decision To Invade Iraq

Stephen ZunesU.S. troops train some 25 miles from the Iraqi border, near Camp New York, on January 21, 2003, in Kuwait, Iraq. (Photo: Gilles Bassignac / Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
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Psa: Never Open A Whatsapp Message From The Crown Prince Of Saudi Arabia

Photo by Thomas Ricker / The Verge Bay Area! I’ll be talking with Anna Wiener about Uncanny Valley, her brilliant new memoir of a life in tech, on February 4th at Manny’s in San Francisco. It’s our second-ever Interface Live event, and it...
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Australian Babe Brooke Evers Looks Gorgeous Sitting On The Beach In A Bikini

Australian model Brooke Evers looked sizzling hot in a black bikini for a recent Instagram update. The blond babe shared the photo on Wednesday afternoon from the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. She enjoyed spending time at the beach in her...
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At Least 16 Cars Gutted In Parking Lot Fire In New Delhi - Photos

New Delhi (Sputnik): This is the second car park fire incident within a month in the northeast part of Delhi.
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Another #sexforgrades Scandal — And The Birth Of A Movement Against Sexual Harassment In Nigeria

If sexual harassment is nothing new, what has changed? A graduation ceremony in a private university in Nigeria. Photo by Rajmund Dabrowski/ANN via Flickr, June 7, 2009, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0. The #SexForGrades Twitter hashtag is transforming into a...
Related topics: Nigeria, Flickr, Social Media

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