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Black people in England and Wales are twice as likely to die from the coronavirus as white people, even accounting for differences in class and in some underlying health measures. From The New York Times:

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Black people in England and Wales are twice as likely to die from the coronavirus as white people, even accounting for differences in class and in some underlying health measures. From The New York Times:

Under the cover of night, in their feathered, silken, cream-colored coats, they trotted into Llandudno, a seaside town in Wales. From The New York Times:

Under the cover of night, in their feathered, silken, cream-colored coats, they trotted into Llandudno, a seaside town in Wales. From The New York Times:

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Under the cover of night, in their feathered, silken, cream-colored coats, they trotted into Llandudno, a seaside town in Wales. From The New York Times:

Under the cover of night, in their feathered, silken, cream-colored coats, they trotted into Llandudno, a seaside town in Wales. From The New York Times:

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Apr 1, 1920 - New York Times: Britain's Prince of Wales sails through Panama Canal on return trip home from Australia#100yearsago 

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The New South Wales Rural Fire Service has put up a massive billboard in New York's Times Square to thank its volunteers for their efforts. #9News 

Nov 23, 1919 - New York Times: Britain's Prince of Wales sails home at the end of his tour of Canada and US #100yearsago 

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Nov 22, 1919 - New York Times: Britain's Prince of Wales treated to farewell dinner before sailing home from US #100yearsago 

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Nov 16, 1919 - New York Times: Britain's Prince of Wales, on visit to US, is taking it easy at West Virginia spa #100yearsago 

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Nov 12, 1919 - New York Times: Britain's Prince of Wales arrives on official visit to Washington, DC #100yearsago 

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The Managing Editor of the New York Times, and , founder of Wikipedia agree that government regulation has no place in the control of . Jimmy Wales says, ‘ #fakenewstrong  regulation is an incredibly bad and incredibly dangerous idea.’ #wef18 

The Managing Editor of the New York Times, and , founder of Wikipedia agree that government regulation has no place in the control of . Jimmy Wales says, ‘ #fakenewsstrong  regulation is an incredibly bad and incredibly dangerous idea.’ #wef18 

Five New York Times journalists who wrote about Diana, Princess of Wales, remembered her life and her death

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