More than 25 percent of Hong Kong's population of 7.4 million people protested this weekend. By proportion, these are the largest protests in modern history. Absolutely stunning.

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During the telephonic conversation with Prime Minister of United Kingdom Boris Johnson today, PM Narendra Modi also drew attention to the challenges posed by vested interests pursuing their motivated agenda, including by violent means.

US representatives Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib call on their colleagues to visit Israel and 'see the realities there'

How do you take over a ship that’s been hijacked? A) parachute from a plane B) rappel from a helicopter C) climb aboard from sea D) all of the above Watch how the Israeli Naval Commando & @USNavy  Special Forces did it in our recent joint exercise “Noble Rose”:

The Amazon is reaching a dangerous tipping-point. Beyond this, the rainforest is unlikely to survive

Nearly 500 million bees died in Brazil in just 3 months in 2019

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Mainstream press stoking racial tension to paint 'whites as the enemy,' says Heather Mac Donald#MAGA  #AmericaFirst  #Dobbs 

World's largest banks, 2018. 1. ICBC 2. China Construction Bank 3. JPMorgan Chase 4. Bank of America 5. Wells Fargo 6. Bank of China 7. HSBC Holdings 8. BNP Paribas 9. Banco Santander 10. Mitsubishi UFJ Financial (Forbes)

Elsewhere in council papers seen by BBC, preps to mitigate No Deal worst case scenario on fuel supply... Chichester District Council is buying...a 24,000 litre fuel tank & filling station with taxpayer Brexit funding for £30k to avoid the need to operate “hand to mouth” ⛽️ 👀 /7

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PM Narendra Modi had a telephonic conversation with Prime Minister of United Kingdom Boris Johnson today. PM Modi congratulated Boris Johnson on his election to the high office & expressed his readiness to work with him for strengthening strategic partnership between India&UK.

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