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@maracepeda  Belmonte: With this bill, in the guise of protecting our country, we are in fact undermining it!... We are repressing our freedoms. We are in fact destroying our democracy. | via @maracepeda  LIVE:

Elago: Certifying an anti-terror bill as urgent, the Duterte regime reveals itself to be desperately targeting not the coronavirus, but criticism and dissent to its response to this public health emergency. LIVE:

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Trump demands journalists correct stories on the use of tear gas. According to the CDC, it was tear gas.

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