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As we work to restore democracy in Myanmar, let's also work to improve the treatment of ethnic minorities, many of whom were severely mistreated even under nominal civilian rule.

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Every social media platforms are welcome in India but there shouldn't be double standards. If attack takes place on Capitol Hill, then SM supports police action but if there's aggressive attack on Red Fort, then you've double standards. This is plainly not acceptable: RS Prasad

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We have decided to have a 3-stair mechanism for OTT platforms. OTT and digital news media will have to disclose their details. We are not mandating registration, we are seeking information: Union Minister Prakash Javadekar

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Watch | Congress leader #RahulGandhi , during his visit to poll-bound Kerala yesterday, dived into the sea with local fishermen while out fishing

The state of California has committed $1.4 million toward helping Asian Americans report hate incidents and tracking the attacks after a slew of cases — including the murder of an 84-year-old man — has rocked the nation in recent weeks.

What's inside the Genesis GV80, the car that may have saved Tiger Woods' life

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Too many people are still confused about how Covid-19 spreads and how long it's contagious via @bopinion 

West Bengal: BJP president JP Nadda had lunch at the house of a jute mill worker in Gouripur area of Naihati today

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Great work by @PatsKarvelas  asking Minister Paul Fletcher today whether he regrets pressure on ABC Chair Ita Buttrose about our @4corners  story, Inside the Canberra Bubble, given #BrittanyHiggins  allegations. It will shock you to learn he did not directly answer the question.

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#BREAKING Johnson & Johnson vaccine highly effective against severe Covid, including S. Africa, Brazil variants: US FDA

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Confirmed: President Biden intends to appoint Ron Stroman, Anton Hajjar and Amber McReynolds to the three seats that remain open on the USPS Board of Governors.

It's weird how the media is like "don't listen to these doctors giving a press conference about Hydroxychloroquine" And then they are like, "yo get medical advice from this wealthy businessman with no medical background because he sells computer operating systems"

In the span of one year, our country has experienced not one, but three big lies: the pandemic is exaggerated, the election was stolen, and Jan 6 was “festive”. How can the US address any of these effectively when a large portion of the population still believes the lies?

Tucker Carlson stands up for white supremacists the way Donald Trump stands up for sex offenders and pedophiles. Why is that? @chipfranklin  and @ReallyAmerican1  have the answer: #TuckerIsABigot 

Myanmar protesters marked the "five twos" of Feb. 22, 2021 "because of the date’s numerical similarity to the student-led uprising against military rule known as '8.8.88' that took place nearly 33 years ago." This time they expect a better outcome.

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Washington D.C. is pushing for statehood as the Feds turn the Capitol into a fortress

Hell of an opening to this piece on the South Dakota AG scandal.

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This is both anecdotal and early, but many long covid survivors are feeling significantly better after receiving their first vaccine dose. Including me. Fascinating.

BTS made their debut on MTV's Unplugged on Tuesday night and played some of their greatest hits. The international K-pop sensation also performed a cover of Coldplay's 2005 hit single "Fix You."

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Scoops of the Week

Former New York City police officer implicates NYPD and the FBI in the murder of civil rights leader Malcolm X

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A telling moment. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to President Biden just now: "U.S. leadership has been sorely missed over the past years."

It's not enough that the Myanmar police have the shields and helmets and trucks. Now they are using lethal force to suppress protests against the military coup. Two killed and 40+ injured today by live police bullets in Mandalay.

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A strong US government condemnation of the latest Myanmar junta violence. "No one should be harmed for exercising the right to dissent. We are deeply troubled by the fatal shooting of protesters in Mandalay....The military must stop violence against the people of Myanmar."

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A #California  program intended to improve #COVID_19  #vaccine  availability to people in hard-hit communities of color is being misused by outsiders who are grabbing appointments reserved for residents of underserved Black and Latino areas.

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NEW: There are some disastrous aspects of what went wrong with security on Jan. 6, but it all seemed to culminate in this 2:28 p.m. conference call, when the Pentagon heard pleas for help — and didn't respond for hours. Per Sund:

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At 15 years old, Claudette Colvin refused to give up her seat nine months before the now-historic Rosa Parks moment. But like many others, her story was excluded from history.

Protesting Indian farmers vow to amass more supporters outside capital Delhi

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NYT: My savings is gone,” said Scott Willoughby, a 63-year-old Army vet who lives on SocSec in a Dallas suburb. He nearly emptied his savings to pay the $16,752 electric bill charged to his cc-70x what he usually pays for all of his utilities combined. “...t’s broken me.”

JUST IN: Pfizer's Covid vaccine stopped 89.4% of transmission in Israel, the first real-world sign that immunization will curb the spread of coronavirus

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