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Big Tech companies Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Alphabet all reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings with more people around the globe relying on their platforms to work, shop or entertain themselves $FB $AMZN $AAPL $GOOGL

U.S. stocks closed higher after a sharp pullback a day earlier, with Big Tech rallying ahead of major earnings reports and upbeat economic data. More here

WATCH: Cuban hotels along the beach resort of Varadero are growing their very own herbs and vegetables in a bid to entice guests and boost profits

WATCH: Can't go the museum? You can now book a robot to tour London's Saatchi gallery

WATCH: A Brazilian theater seats its audience inside individual plastic cabins to follow social distancing norms

National data shows President Trump trailing Democratic challenger Joe Biden in public support, but the #Election2020  race is much closer in key battleground states by @Cmkahn 

India to offer production-linked incentives to more sectors - official

WATCH: Here is how @NASA  astronaut David Wolfe celebrated Halloween with an inflatable skeleton aboard the Mir space station in 1997

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WATCH: Surveillance footage captured Indian police smashing security cameras in a mainly Muslim neighborhood of Meerut in northern India the day five Muslim men were shot dead as protests flared over a controversial citizenship law

Indian farmers block roads, railways as protests mount over farm bills

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Nepal picks up four bodies, 11 tonnes of garbage in Everest clean-up

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JUST IN: U.N. human rights office voices concern that India's new citizenship law is "fundamentally discriminatory in nature"

Citizenship law demonstrators clash in Delhi with Trump due

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EXCLUSIVE: Disney CEO Bob Iger tells @Reuters  it would be ‘very difficult’ for the media company to keep filming in Georgia if a new abortion law takes effect because many people will not want to work in the state

Relatives of 12 Hong Kong people arrested by China demand access for own lawyers

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