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China: The problem of growing anti-muslim sentiment | DW News
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China: The problem of growing anti-muslim sentiment | DW News

it’s not unusual for an ron to get offended when he logs into China’s social networks the writer is keenly aware of the growing Islamophobia wave spreading through the country including a so-called anti halal movement who supporters accuse Muslims

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Revealing The Origins Of The Current Madness Of Crowds | Douglas Murray | POLITICS | Rubin Report
Is It Legal to Be Fired for Being Gay? The Supreme Court Will Decide | NowThis
North Korean Labor Camps – VICE NEWS – Part 5 of 7
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North Korean Labor Camps – VICE NEWS – Part 5 of 7

SHANE SMITH: Hello. The next morning we got back onto our one-car train and headed off into the wilderness. Every once in a while, there’d be a break in the trees, and we’d pass these massive logging camps that butted

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North Korean Labor Camps – VICE NEWS – Part 2 of 7
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North Korean Labor Camps – VICE NEWS – Part 2 of 7

[MODEM NOISE] [MUSIC PLAYING] SHANE SMITH: When I was a kid, I always want to take the Trans-Siberian because it seemed so far away, and romantic, and freaky. I imagined Tartars and Mongolians cooking in their cabins and trading with

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Votes for Prisoners? Democracy and the European Convention on Human Rights
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Votes for Prisoners? Democracy and the European Convention on Human Rights

Decisions of the European Court of Human Rights holding that the UK’s blanket ban on voting by convicted prisoners violates Article 3 of Protocol 1 to the European Convention on Human Rights have caused controversy in the UK. One reason

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Racism, School Desegregation Laws and the Civil Rights Movement in the United States
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Racism, School Desegregation Laws and the Civil Rights Movement in the United States

This is Quentin, Tennessee Christmas fire 1956 Population 4000 That’s the high school basketball team in action against Lake City They lost 63 to 43 last year they don’t had a good football season this year in spite of all

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How financial literacy impacts youth prostitution, AIDS, and women’s survival
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How financial literacy impacts youth prostitution, AIDS, and women’s survival

Judith Bruce: Financial literacy is kind of bedrock to any long-term change pretty much for everybody, but certainly for females. The world spends a lot of time talking about the SDGs—these are the sustainable development goals, mention all sorts of

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What are the universal human rights? – Benedetta Berti
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What are the universal human rights? – Benedetta Berti

The idea of human rights is that each one of us, no matter who we are or where we are born, is entitled to the same basic rights and freedoms. Human rights are not privileges, and they cannot be granted

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China: facial recognition and state control | The Economist
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China: facial recognition and state control | The Economist

Improving lives,… …increasing connectivity across the world. That’s the great promise offered by data-driven technology. [Protests] But in China, it also promises greater state control and abuse of power. [Protests] This is the next groundbreaking development in data driven technology:…

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