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Two years on from his death, it’s worth considering the wealth and success he might have had in a different world The murder of George Floyd two years ago prompted a global awakening about the pervasiveness of racism, as millions of people, from Toronto to Tokyo to Tottenham, joined together to take...
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By Takaya Yamaguchi TOKYO (Reuters) -Japan’s government will urge the central bank to aim at achieving its 2% inflation target in a “sustainable and stable fashion,” a draft of its long-term policy outline seen by Reuters showed on Wednesday. That was a change from the wording of...
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In Afghanistan, 1.1 million children under the age of five will likely face the most severe form of malnutrition this year, according to the United Nations, as increasing numbers of hungry, wasting-away children are brought into hospital wards. UN and other aid agencies were able to stave off...
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KYIV/SLOVYANSK, Ukraine (Reuters) – Russian forces launched offensives on towns in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday with constant mortar bombardment destroying several houses and killing civilians, Ukrainian officials said, as Russia focuses its attack on the industrial Donbas region. Russia is...
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In an age of social media and satellite television, the singular wartime news bulletin evokes images of families tuning in to the radio during the second world war. But in Ukraine, the state-backed broadcast has remerged, albeit with a 21st-century spin. Shortly after Russia invaded, the country’s...
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In the early hours of Tuesday April 19, the North Delhi Municipal Corporation issued a notification ordering the commencement of a “special joint encroachment removal action programme” in the Jahangirpuri area of New Delhi, a predominantly Muslim district of the city. The notification, issued from...
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Of the 164 EdTech products reviewed, 146 (89 percent) appeared to engage in data practices that put children’s rights at risk, contributed to undermining them, or actively infringed on these rights. These products monitored or had the capacity to monitor children, in most cases secretly and without...
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Former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders on May 24 won the Arkansas Republican gubernatorial...
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To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here. Visit and follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Feel free to repost and share widely Global Research articles. America’s highest-ranking military officer painted a picture of a dark future with great power wars...
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NEW YORK — Former White House press secretary Jen Psaki has officially landed at MSNBC, where she is expected to make appearances on the network's cable and streaming programs as well as host a new original show. The program, set to debut in the first quarter of 2023, will "bring together her unique...

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