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  • Plum Pickings: Ancient Fruit Ripe for Modern Plates
  • Christo, the Artist Who Wrapped the World, Dies at 84
  • Researchers Control Cattle Microbiomes to Reduce Methane and Greenhouse Gases
  • Tiny Three-Dimensional Chessboards Could Lead to "Paper Electronics"
  • Antarctic Ice Sheets Capable of Retreating Up to 50 Meters Per Day
  • White Hat Demonstrates Apple's (Lack of) Security Prowess
  • Retrotech: The Novell NetWare Experience
  • Check Point Unmasks Hacktivist Who Defaced Nearly 5000 Sites
  • New York Teen Alleged Mastermind Behind $23.8m Crypto Heist
  • US Court Grants Permission to Recover Marconi Telegraph from Titanic's Wreckage [Updated]
  • Cessna eCaravan Becomes Largest Electric Aircraft to Fly
  • Mercury Levels in Shark Fins Illegal and Dangerous to Human Health
  • After 14 Years, First Cosmic Satellite Mission Comes To An End
  • Instant Ice Cream Patented
  • Waymo Autonomous Minivans Resume Testing in California and Arizona
  • Renewable Energy Sources Surpassed Coal in the U.S. in 2019
  • Herding Wild Buffalo and Cattle from Space
  • NASA Supercomputers Power COVID-19 Research
  • Microsoft Replaces Around 50 MSN News Editors With Algorithms
  • Astronomers Detect Biggest Explosion in the History of the Universe (Post Big Bang)
  • Customs and Border Protection Predator Drone Observes Minneapolis Protests
  • The Isle of Eigg and the Possibilities of Building a New Economy
  • Cisco Security Breach Hits Corporate Servers that Ran Unpatched Software
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  • Today WAS the Day -- Crew Demo 2 Launch Successful -- Heading to ISS [Updated]
  • It's Not Every Day the NSA Publicly Warns of Attacks by Kremlin Hackers
  • Western Digital Shingled Out in Class Action Lawsuit
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  • World's Oldest Bug is Fossil Millipede from Scotland
  • Apple Glasses Leaks and Rumors: Here's Everything We Expect to See
  • Interactive Technology Eases Urban Traffic Jams
  • Technology Uses Plant Biomass Waste for Self-Powered Biomedical Devices
  • UK Coastguard Plans to Add Drones to Air Fleet
  • Data Breach at Bank of America
  • Astronomers See 'Cosmic Ring Of Fire,' 11 Billion Years Ago
  • Leaked Draft Details Trump’s Likely Attack on Technology Giants
  • Raspberry Pi 4 Gets 8 GB RAM Model, Also 64-bit OS and USB Boot (Both in Beta)
  • New Zealand Sits on Top of the Remains of a Giant Ancient Volcanic Plume
  • Half the Matter in the Universe was Missing—We Found it Hiding in the Cosmos
  • Media Corruption? Car Safety Recalls Reported Less Often When Manufacturers Advertise More
  • US Cable Subscribers are Still Being 'Ripped Off' by Creeping Price Increases
  • Cmd.Exe is Dead, Long Live PowerShell: Aged Command-Line Interpreter Moved to 'Maintenance Mode'
  • Designing a Flexible Material to Protect Buildings, Military Personnel
  • U.S. Army Will Test Out Using SpaceX's Starlink for Three Years
  • Researchers Seek to Better Understand Why Young Adults Choose to Move to Rural Montana
  • Women with Neandertal Gene Variant are More Fertile, Have Fewer Miscarriages
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  • OneWeb Seeks Permission to Launch 48,000 Satellites Despite Bankruptcy
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  • Tesla Model 3 Drives Straight Into Overturned Truck In What Seems To Be Autopilot Failure
  • Pepper Spray Sales Soar On Amazon
  • Google's 'Overpromising' Led To Stadia 'Disappointment,' Says RDR2 Publisher
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  • Microsoft Researchers Say NLP Bias Studies Must Consider Role of Social Hierarchies Like Racism
  • After a Breach, Users Rarely Change Their Passwords, Study Finds
  • Apple Releases iOS 13.5.1, Patching Out the Unc0ver Jailbreak
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  • George Floyd: Anonymous Hackers Reemerge Amid US Unrest
  • Sony Postpones PS5 Event 'To Allow More Important Voices To Be Heard'
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  • New Ebola Outbreak Declared in Congo City That Last Saw the Virus in 2018
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  • Publishers File Suit Against Internet Archive for Systematic Mass Scanning and Distribution of Literary Works
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  • Black Hole Seen Blasting Out Jets at Close to the Speed of Light
  • Huge Stars Can Destroy Nearby Planetary Disks
  • Rare “Ring Galaxy” Seen in the Early Universe
  • NASA and SpaceX Make History with Successful Crew Dragon Launch!
  • Maybe the Elusive Planet 9 Doesn’t Exist After All
  • SN4, We Hardly Knew You. Another Starship Prototype Lost!
  • Due to Weather Delay, NASA & SpaceX Push Historic Launch to Saturday
  • Mars Doesn’t Have Much of a Magnetosphere, But Here’s a Map
  • A New Kind of Supernova Explosion has been Discovered: Fast Blue Optical Transients
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  • Trump’s Executive Order Threatens to Leverage Government’s Advertising Dollars to Pressure Online Platforms
  • Internet Users of All Kinds Should Be Concerned by a New Copyright Office Report
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  • Trump’s Executive Order Seeks To Have FCC Regulate Platforms. Here’s Why It Won’t Happen
  • California Cops Can No Longer Pass the Cost of Digital Redaction onto Public Records Requesters
  • Don’t Mix Policing with COVID-19 Contact Tracing
  • Dangers of Trump’s Executive Order Explained
  • Black Lives Matter, Online and in the Streets: Statement from EFF in the Wake of the Police Killings of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd
  • Immunity Passports Are a Threat to Our Privacy and Information Security
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  • Trump Executive Order Misreads Key Law Promoting Free Expression Online and Violates the First Amendment
  • EFF to Court: Broadband Privacy Law Passes First Amendment Muster
  • How Big Tech Monopolies Distort Our Public Discourse
  • Two Federal COVID-19 Privacy Bills: A Good Start and a Misstep
  • A Plan to Pay Artists, Encourage Competition, and Promote Free Expression
  • The House Is Voting on Section 215, Again. The Bill Still Needs More Reform
  • Hearing Tuesday: EFF Urges California Lawmakers to Pass Fiber Broadband for All Bill To Ensure Full Internet Access For Everyone During the Pandemic and Beyond
  • EFF to Appeals Court: Reverse Legal Gotchas on Ordinary Internet Activities
  • EFF to UN Expert on Racial Discrimination: Mass Border Surveillance Hurts Vulnerable Communities
  • International Proposals for Warrantless Location Surveillance To Fight COVID-19
  • New Low for a Bad Patent: Patent Troll Sues Ventilator Company
  • No to California Bill on Verified Credentials of COVID-19 Test Results
  • COVID-19 Patients’ Right to Privacy Against Quarantine Surveillance
  • California Prisons Block AI Researchers from Examining Parole Denials
  • Facebook's Oversight Board: Who (and What) Is Missing From the Picture So Far
  • Stopping the Google-Fitbit Merger: Your Stories Needed!
  • Victory! German Mass Surveillance Abroad is Ruled Unconstitutional
  • Balanced Copyright Rules Can Help Save Lives During the COVID 19 Crisis
  • Security Expert Tadayoshi Kohno Joins EFF Advisory Board
  • The House Passed Legislation to Keep People Online Despite COVID-19, And the Senate Should Follow
  • House Legislation Guarantees Internet Access for Those Affected by COVID-19
  • Governments Shouldn’t Use “Centralized” Proximity Tracking Technology
  • Court Upholds Public Right of Access to Court Documents
  • The Santa Clara Principles During COVID-19: More Important Than Ever
  • Understandable But Nonetheless Troubling: Facebook's Ban On In-Person Events
  • The Patent Office Is “Adjusting” to a Supreme Court Ruling by Ignoring It
  • Unix and Adversarial Interoperability: The ‘One Weird Antitrust Trick’ That Defined Computing
  • Second Paraguay Who Defends Your Data? Report: ISPs Still Have a Long Way Towards Public Commitments to Privacy and Transparency
  • Cryptoparty Ann Arbor: A Case Study in Grassroots Activism
  • Using Drones to Fight COVID-19 is the Slipperiest of All Slopes
  • California’s Lawmakers Must Enact Privacy Rules to Advance COVID-19 Efforts
  • Courts Issue Rulings in Two Cases Challenging Law Enforcement Searches of License Plate Databases
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  • Recognizing World Press Freedom Day During COVID-19
  • .ORG Domain Registry Sale to Ethos Capital Rejected in Stunning Victory for Public Interest Internet
  • Victory! ICANN Rejects .ORG Sale to Private Equity Firm Ethos Capital
  • COVID-19 and Technology: Commonly Used Terms
  • Frontier’s Bankruptcy Reveals Why Big ISPs Choose to Deny Fiber to So Much of America
  • As Coronavirus Sweeps Through Jails and Prisons, Officials Crack Down on Inmate Speech
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  • ‘Same for rioters?’: CNN reporter savaged online after finger-wagging Trump officials for ‘no masks’ at church photo-op
  • George Floyd’s death was ‘homicide’ caused by ‘cardiopulmonary arrest,’ fentanyl & meth found in his system – medical examiner
  • Piles of BRICKS mysteriously sprouting near riot hotspots all over US have journalists demanding answers
  • Louisville police chief ‘fired’ month before retirement after body cameras from cops in protest shooting found inactive
  • Trump WALKS to vandalized St. John’s Church as riot police face off with protesters in US capital (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
  • Online activists demand #JusticeForJamesScurlock after bar owner shoots black protester in ‘self-defense’ killing
  • Trump deploys US military to restore order in Washington, DC & says he'll do the same EVERYWHERE if local govts fail
  • Roll in the tanks? WATCH National Guard hit streets in DC amid reports Trump considering more active-duty troops to quell unrest
  • Police car runs into protesters in San Diego, drags man on hood (VIDEO)
  • Bellingcat’s (race) war against RT: Russians didn’t kill George Floyd, but are STILL BAD, say internet ‘sleuths’
  • Who burned the homeless camp? Antifa and Infowars play the blame game over Austin riots
  • Cuomo announces NYC CURFEW, doubles NYPD presence as civil unrest continues
  • ‘His death was a homicide’: George Floyd died of asphyxiation under police officer’s knee, independent autopsy confirms
  • Facebook rebellion? Zuckerberg alienates staff after REFUSING to censor Trump’s warning to looters as Twitter HIDES its twin
  • 'Unity is strength': Liverpool squad kneel at Anfield in tribute to George Floyd (VIDEO)
  • Protests controlled by Russia? Try saying that to Americans on the streets, Russia's FM spokeswoman tells Susan Rice
  • ‘It’s on you when MPs start dying’: Jacob Rees-Mogg roasted for forcing UK lawmakers back to Parliament amid Covid-19 crisis
  • Russian media’s muted coverage of US riots: Sorry America, the world doesn't revolve around you
  • 'Bones out': What next for UFC pound-for-pound king Jon Jones after bitter contract spat with Dana White?
  • WATCH white people BEG FORGIVENESS from their black neighbors in prayer ceremony
  • WHO’s chief wants good ties with US to continue, as Trump announces exit
  • ‘I’m proud of her’: NY Mayor De Blasio defends daughter following her arrest during Manhattan protest
  • Trump tells governors to ‘DOMINATE’ rioters in scathing phone call
  • 'You'd be a fool not to take a fight with McGregor': UFC featherweight king Volkanovski wants Fight Island showdown with Irishman
  • Eastern Libya forces retake key town from Tripoli-allied militias – spokesman
  • Pompeo gaslights Germans with Huawei privacy concerns… casually forgets NSA spied on Merkel
  • 'I want to be the MOM CHAMP': UFC's Mackenzie Dern targets MORE history after unique submission win (PHOTOS)
  • Greece restarts tourism sector, reopens year-round hotels
  • Flights & car travel resume between Turkey’s big cities as Grand Bazaar reopens in Istanbul
  • ‘RADICAL LEFT’ trying to seize power by controlling ‘CLUELESS’ Biden, Trump alleges
  • ‘Ridiculous lawlessness’: Journalist Cassandra Fairbanks says her home ATTACKED by rioting mob as 9-year-old daughter hid inside
  • OPEC+ could hold its next meeting this week to decide future of crude production cuts
  • China halts some American farm imports in growing rift with US over Hong Kong
  • Russia could jail adults for 10 YEARS for encouraging youth to protest, according to proposed legislation
  • Legendary heavyweight Fedor Emelianenko ranked above Khabib in US list of all-time top fighters
  • #DCBlackout debunked – panicked residents fear government crackdown after massive EXPLOSION heard in Washington DC
  • 'Apologize for what?': ATP's 'SISSY' tweet falls foul of LGBT groups but some see overreaction
  • Woman BEATEN with PLANKS as she tries to defend store from looters (DISTURBING VIDEO)
  • Person killed in Louisville as police & troops return fire after shots from crowd
  • 'Burn that sh*t down'... just not near my house: NBA reporter forced into humiliating U-turn over protest 'hypocrisy'
  • Nationwide vote on Russian constitutional changes to be held on July 1 – Putin
  • 'Promoting ANTISEMITISM!?' Fox Sports apologizes for skit depicting HITLER as virtual fan at Australian rugby match (PHOTO)
  • 'Violence was taught to us, we're tired of racism & injustice': BLM protesters reveal grievances as riots rage in DC
  • 'Really missed those Ikea meatballs, huh?' HUGE queues as Swedish furniture giant reopens stores in England & N. Ireland (VIDEOS)
  • About 75% of UN aid programs in Yemen will ‘close or reduce operations’
  • Saudi reserves plunge as kingdom struggles with Covid-19 pandemic & oil-market rout
  • Justice for… Thaddeus Kosciuszko? Polish envoy enraged after DC protesters vandalize statue of national hero
  • Philippines reopens capital Manila despite jump in virus cases
  • 'Definitely WHITE PEOPLE': Rioters ransack Chicago Blackhawks store, social media bizarrely affixes blame (VIDEO)
  • ‘He was about peace’: George Floyd’s brother speaks out against riots, pleading ‘channel your anger elsewhere’
  • 'Gutless corporate-driven drivel': Michael Jordan statement on George Floyd death meets with mixed reaction
  • ‘Use chains, not rope’: Archaeologist ignites outrage after posting advice on ‘how to PULL DOWN racist obelisks’
  • Spiked editor reignites Brexit feud & slams EU Remainers as ‘hysterical’ over Cummings lockdown saga
  • ‘Israeli talk of annexing Palestinian lands must stop,’ UAE says
  • 'The world's most promising drug to fight Covid-19': Russia to deliver potential virus-buster to hospitals this month
  • Putin & Trump talk Russia’s possible participation in G7 summit during phone call
  • Yemen’s Houthis launch 2 drones in direction of Saudi Arabia – coalition
  • Cops beat suspected looter caught inside Manhattan shoe store (VIDEO)
  • 'I see you staying silent': F1 world champ Lewis Hamilton slams fellow drivers for lack of response to George Floyd death
  • India’s strict Covid-19 lockdown puts 122 MILLION people out of work
  • America is CHRONICALLY ILL with racism, Beijing proclaims, as George Floyd rallies blight US cities
  • 'Is this sh*t even about George Floyd anymore?': Enraged UFC champ Jon Jones takes on protest vandals (VIDEO)
  • Australian states ease social distancing restrictions
  • Iran will carry on sending more fuel to Venezuela if requested by Maduro govt
  • Applause & cheers as Portland riot cops kneel in solidarity with anti-police-brutality protesters (VIDEO)
  • ‘Like open target practice’: US activists recount being attacked by police during peaceful protests
  • China slams US move to end Hong Kong special treatment and actions against students & firms
  • Americans have had enough of system 'putting knees on our necks,' Blues star Toronzo Cannon tells RT amid nationwide riots
  • Trump hid from protesters in UNDERGROUND BUNKER, claims NYT, triggering #BunkerBoy trend
  • Last tanker in Iranian flotilla reaches Venezuela, outmaneuvering US sanctions
  • Armenian PM Pashinyan says he & his family have contracted coronavirus
  • Master-level trolling? Iranian Foreign Ministry tweets US protest photo with ‘rise up’ Martin Luther King quote
  • Daughter of NYC Mayor de Blasio arrested at violent Manhattan protest – reports
  • WATCH protesters deface, tear down Confederate statue in Birmingham, Alabama
  • ‘It ain't hate crime, he broke my window!’ NBA star J.R. Smith explains why he ‘whooped white boy’s ass’ amid LA riots
  • Historic St. John’s Church near White House set on FIRE as protests rage in Washington DC (VIDEOS)
  • WATCH Minneapolis protesters BLOCK TRUCK with their BODIES, barely keep from LYNCHING driver who plowed through crowd
  • Protesters tackle ‘Antifa provocateur’ smashing pavement to throw at police during DC protest (VIDEO)
  • ‘Dogs get treated better than that!’ George Floyd’s aunt tells RT how viciousness of his murder shocked Americans
  • ‘Who’s NECKst?’ Hundreds rally in London & Berlin to support protests in US over George Floyd’s death (VIDEOS)
  • Hundreds scatter in panic as tanker truck nearly PLOWS into crowd of protesters in Minneapolis
  • ‘There was a child inside!’ Rioters torched house & blocked firefighters, Richmond police chief says, promising arrests
  • Flash-bangs & tear gas in Washington DC as crowds of protesters descend on White House (VIDEOS)
  • Shops, Amazon truck RANSACKED in Santa Monica as LA police & SWAT struggle to stop looting spree (VIDEOS)
  • WATCH swarms of rioters DESTROY west Philadelphia neighborhood
  • Obama adviser Susan Rice knows who’s responsible for the George Floyd riots. You guessed right, it’s RUSSIA!
  • Trump INFLAMES the Left, delights the Right with TERROR-list threat for Antifa
  • Elon Musk tweets IN RUSSIAN to accept co-operation offer from Russia’s space agency
  • Dortmund star Jadon Sancho BOOKED after revealing 'Justice for George Floyd' tribute in hat-trick performance (VIDEO)
  • 'I saw her naked. She's so big I was in shock for a week': Romanian ace recalls first encounter with Serena Williams
  • WAR on Antifa: As Trump vows to declare it a ‘TERRORIST GROUP,’ AG Barr equates rioting to domestic terrorism
  • ‘Unjustified cruelty’: Moscow demands probe after Russian journalist pepper-sprayed by Minneapolis police
  • Zabeast is back: Russian UFC featherweight favorite Zabit Magomedsharipov signals August octagon return
  • India expels Pakistani embassy officials over ‘SPYING’
  • US photojournalist hit by ‘non-lethal round’ & pushed to ground by Minnesota police as camera keeps rolling
  • Twitter turns its logo BLACK amid George Floyd riots & adds hashtag #BlackLivesMatter to profile
  • Minneapolis residents unite to clean up streets after a night of destruction (PHOTOS/VIDEOS)
  • Bundesliga player Thuram takes a knee after scoring amid George Floyd protests (VIDEO)
  • Antifa ‘fascists’ hijacking George Floyd protests in US – Nigel Farage
  • Dallas rioters savagely beat man to a pulp after he confronts them with a SWORD (GRAPHIC VIDEO)

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  • Trump vows to send troops into cities if needed to quell protest violence
  • Trump vows to send troops if needed to quell violence
  • U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday vowed to end violent protests in major cities across the nation "now," saying that he would deploy the military if mayors and state governors refused to call out the National Guard.
  • President Trump threatens to deploy US military unless states halt violent protests
  • President Trump threatens to deploy US military unless states halt violent protests
  • President Trump threatens to deploy US military unless states halt violent protests
  • Lebanon edges back toward normal life
  • Lebanon edges back toward normal life
  • Life edged closer to the normal pace in Lebanon Monday as more establishments were allowed to open up and curfew hours were drastically reduced with COVID-19 cases remaining relatively stable.
  • UN expert calls for global ban on 'cruel' conversion therapy
  • UN expert calls for global ban on 'cruel' conversion therapy
  • A top UN expert urged global governments Monday to ban the "degrading" practice known as conversion therapy, which aims to change a person's sexual orientation or gender identity.
  • Iran says it is ready to continue fuel shipments to Venezuela
  • Iran says it is ready to continue fuel shipments to Venezuela
  • Iran will continue fuel shipments to Venezuela if Caracas requests more supplies, the Iranian foreign ministry spokesman said Monday, despite Washington's criticism of the trade between the two nations, which are both under US sanctions.
  • Violence-stricken US cities clean up, brace for more unrest
  • Violence-stricken US cities clean up, brace for more unrest
  • A country convulsed by violent protests picked up the pieces Monday and braced for more trouble amid a coast-to-coast outpouring of rage over police killings of black people.
  • Wall Street gains as recovery hopes overshadow US protests
  • Wall St gains as recovery hopes overshadow US protests
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  • Louisville Police Left the Body of David McAtee on the Street for 12 Hours
  • Assassinato de George Floyd em Minneapolis expe falhas de reformas na polcia
  • In Final Stretch, Progressives Coalesce Around a Single Challenger to Rep. Eliot Engel
  • O Enem, a favela e o coronavírus: ‘tem aluno que precisa do wi-fi do vizinho’, diz idealizador do Unifavela
  • Albany County District Attorney, Once a Promising Criminal Justice Reformer, Faces Primary Challenge From the Left
  • With Medical Conditions, NSA Whistleblower Reality Winner Risks Coronavirus "Death Sentence" Behind Bars, Attorneys Say
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  • Trump Boosts Video of Dallas Clash Edited to Cast Machete-Wielding Vigilante as Victim
  • As Police Attack Protesters in Minneapolis, Speculations About “Outsiders” Draw on Fraught History
  • Bill de Blasio Needs to Resign. By Defending Police Violence, He Has Betrayed New Yorkers.
  • Animal Rights Activists Uncover the Locations of Thousands of Factory Farms
  • A Public Defender Fights to Save His Two Incarcerated Brothers From Covid-19
  • After a Fight Over Control of Brazil's Federal Police, Raids Target Bolsonaro's Political Rivals
  • Por que Sarah Winter do 300 Pelo Brasil um caso especial no inqurito das fake news
  • Jair Bolsonaro Let Coronavirus Ravage Brazil. A Favela Is Taking Matters Into Its Own Hands.
  • USAID Faces Mounting Pressure to Remove Latest Trump Appointee With History of Islamophobic Remarks
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  • Mehdi Hasan and Ilhan Omar on Police Brutality and the Murder of George Floyd
  • The George Floyd Killing in Minneapolis Exposes the Failures of Police Reform
  • Exército censura ‘isolamento social’ e ‘distanciamento social’ em comunicados sobre coronavírus
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  • Did Members of the NYPD Wear ‘I Can Breathe’ Shirts in 2020 Protest?
  • Did Zoo Animals Escape During George Floyd Protests?
  • Does This Video Show an FBI Agent Arrested During 2020 Protests?
  • Family Autopsy: George Floyd Asphyxiated by Sustained Pressure
  • Does This Picture Show George Floyd with a Bible?
  • Is This ‘Ricky Ellsworth,’ a White Woman Killed by Black Minnesota Cop?
  • Trump Slams Governors as ‘Weak,’ Urges Crackdown on Protests
  • Biden Meets With Black Leaders at Delaware Church Amid Unrest
  • Publishers Sue Internet Archive Over Scanning of Books
  • Semi Driver Arrested After Rolling Into Minneapolis Protest
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  • UNHCR outraged at killings of two refugees and one community member in Niger
  • Southern Hemisphere winter intensifies hardship for displaced Venezuelans
  • Northeastern Nigeria camp blaze kills two, leaving thousands without shelter
  • Winter threatens Venezuelans unprepared for the cold
  • UNHCR helps displaced Syrian-Armenians facing hardship amid pandemic
  • Urban refugees struggling to survive as economic impact of COVID-19 worsens in East, Horn and Great Lakes of Africa
  • UNHCR and IOM welcome donor pledges for Venezuelan refugees and migrants
  • Urban refugees face hunger in Uganda coronavirus lockdown
  • UNHCR, IOM, urge European states to disembark rescued migrants and refugees on board the Captain Morgan vessels
  • Want to learn a new language? Refugees in Serbia offer to teach you online
  • WHO and UNHCR join forces to improve health services for refugees, displaced and stateless people
  • UNHCR releases new guidelines on loss and deprivation of nationality
  • UNHCR and humanitarian agencies strengthen health response in Kenya refugee camps
  • Soap maker in Kenya refugee camp lowers prices to fight COVID-19
  • Indigenous refugees battle Coronavirus in Latin America
  • Olympic Refuge Foundation: Sport can offer hope to displaced communities during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Why we must help – and learn from – refugees this Ramadan
  • Coronavirus threatens indigenous Venezuelans seeking safety in Brazil
  • Women and children in firing line as violence drives 23,000 more refugees from Nigeria
  • Self-help project in Niger churns out hygiene products in fight against coronavirus

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