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  • mRNA Vaccine Yields Full Protection Against Malaria in Mice
  • ‘Mosquito Smoothie’ Innovation Boosts Future Malaria Vaccine Potential
  • Bacteria Converts Degraded Plastic Bottles Into Vanilla Flavoring
  • Tasmanian Devils Wipe Out Thousands of Penguins on Tiny Australian Island
  • Researchers Develop Urine Test Capable of Early Detection of Brain Tumors With 97% Accuracy
  • Facebook Researchers Say They Can Detect Deepfakes and Where They Came From
  • Self-Healing Concrete Uses CO2 to Repair Itself
  • iPhone Bug Breaks Its WiFi When You Join Hotspot Having an Unusual Name
  • Research Supports the Possibility of Geothermal Vents on Europa
  • ESA/NASA Complete ISS Spacewalk to Install First New Solar Array
  • Seaborg Technologies Plans to Build Compact, Floating Molten Salt Nuclear Reactors
  • Massive “Doomsday Glacier” May Be More Stable Than Initially Feared
  • The Earth Has a Pulse -- A 27.5-Million-Year Cycle of Geological Activity
  • New Research Adds A Wrinkle To Our Understanding Of The Origins Of Matter In The Milky Way
  • Second Space Rock Struck Earth After the One That Killed the Dinosaurs
  • How Do Constantly Swimming Sharks Ever Rest? Scientists Just Figured It Out
  • Texans' Smart Thermostats Raised Remotely
  • Team Describes Science-Based Hiccups Intervention
  • In the Visual Thalamus, Neurons are in Contact With Both Eyes but Respond to Only One
  • Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster Loses Bid for Legal Recognition as Incorporated Entity
  • Memory Helps Us Evaluate Situations on the Fly, Not Just Recall the Past
  • Ukraine Arrests Ransomware Gang in Global Cybercriminal Crackdown
  • Backscatter Radio at Gigabit Speeds
  • Rocket Mining System Could Blast Ice from Lunar Craters
  • Windows 11 Look Inspired by KDE Plasma and GNOME?
  • Surprising Spider Hair Discovery May Inspire Stronger Adhesives
  • How Russian Threats in the 2000s Turned Estonia into the Go-To Expert on Cyber Defense
  • Toxic "Forever Chemicals" Widespread in Top Makeup Brands, Study Finds
  • Newly Discovered Giant Rhino Fossil Defies the Imagination
  • What Keeps People from Using Password Managers?
  • 'Great Dimming' of Betelgeuse Star is Solved
  • World Bank Slams Bitcoin, Declines to Help El Salvador’s Cryptocurrency Plan
  • Several Australian Banks Go Off Line
  • Apple's Tim Cook: Sideloading is “Not in the Best Interests of the User”
  • China Successfully Launches Crewed Space Mission to the Tianhe Space Station
  • Ten-Year Hactivist Fugitive "Commander X" Arrested in Mexico
  • Aging NASA Hubble Space Telescope Hustles to Survive Latest Technical Glitch
  • Nasty Linux systemd Root Level Security Bug Revealed and Patched
  • Site Updates: New Let's Encrypt Certs Installed on Our Servers Early This Morning
  • Planet of the Apes is Coming Real?
  • Ice Shelf Protecting Antarctic Glacier is Breaking Up Faster [Updated]
  • After Ruining 75M J&J Doses, Emergent Gets FDA Clearance for 25M Doses
  • Amazon Blames Social Media Companies for Sales of Fake Amazon Reviews
  • Largest Rotating Structures in Universe Discovered -- Filaments Where Galaxies are "Specks of Dust"
  • Why People Fall for Conspiracy Theories
  • SpaceX Ignored Last-Minute Warnings from the FAA Before Starship SN8 Launch
  • Freenode Commits Suicide - Deletes All Its Users
  • Windows 11 Build Leaks Ahead of Launch
  • 'Unplanned' Outages Hit Texas Power Plants in Soaring Temperatures
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  • Google in EU Crosshairs Again With Advertising Antitrust Inquiry
  • ADATA Suffers 700 GB Data Leak In Ragnar Locker Ransomware Attack
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  • Jeff Bezos-Backed Company General Fusion To Build Nuclear Fusion Facility In UK
  • Drinking Coffee May Cut Risk of Chronic Liver Disease, Study Suggests
  • Apple Developing a Whole New Kind of MacBook Air
  • Engineer Builds Self-Balancing Autonomous Bicycle In Spare Time
  • Hyundai Acquires Boston Dynamics, Company Most Famous For Robot Police Dogs
  • Scientists Might Have Spotted Tectonic Activity Inside Venus
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  • Teeny Tiny Space Telescope has Taken Thousands of Pictures of Both Earth and Space
  • Space Telescopes Could Provide Next-Level Images of Black Hole Event Horizons
  • Supermassive Black Hole Winds Were Already Blowing Less Than a Billion Years After the Big Bang
  • Juno Captured This Image of Earth on its Way Out to Jupiter Back in 2013
  • Astronomers saw the Same Supernova Three Times Thanks to Gravitational Lensing. And in Twenty Years They Think They’ll see it one More Time
  • Astronomers Find a Blinking Star Near the Center of the Milky Way
  • Apollo 17 Astronauts Brought Home Samples From the Oldest Impact Crater on the Moon
  • A New Technique for “Seeing” Exoplanet Surfaces Based on the Content of their Atmospheres
  • The Lunar Lantern Could be a Beacon for Humanity on the Moon
  • The Largest Rotating Objects in the Universe: Galactic Filaments Hundreds of Millions of Light-Years Long
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  • The new ACCESS Act is a good start. Here’s how to make sure it delivers.
  • Changing Section 230 Won’t Make the Internet a Kinder, Gentler Place
  • Emails from 2016 Show Amazon Ring's Hold on the LAPD Through Camera Giveaways
  • 22 Rights Groups Tell PayPal and Venmo to Shape Up Policies on Account Closures
  • Unconstitutional Florida Law Barring Platforms from Suspending Politicians Should be Blocked, EFF Tells Court
  • Hearing Tuesday: EFF Testifies Against SFPD for Violating Transparency Policies
  • The ACCESS ACT Takes a Step Towards a More Interoperable Future
  • 1000 Californians Have Asked Their Representatives To Fix Our Broken Broadband System. Have You?
  • The GDPR, Privacy and Monopoly
  • Victory! Dartmouth Ends Unfounded Cheating Investigation After Students, Rights Groups Speak Out
  • Big Data Profits If We Deregulate HIPAA
  • 15 Universities Have Formed A Company That Looks A Lot Like A Patent Troll
  • Tracking Global Online Censorship: What EFF Is Doing Next
  • EFF Files Amicus Brief Defending the Right to Repair in Massachusetts
  • EFF and FSFP to Court: When Flawed Electronic Voting Systems Disenfranchise Voters, They Should Be Able to Challenge That with Access to the Courts
  • A Year of Action in Support of the Black-Led Movement Against Police Violence and Racism
  • Global Law Enforcement Convention Weakens Privacy & Human Rights
  • Civil Society Groups Seek More Time to Review, Comment on Rushed Global Treaty for Intrusive Cross Border Police Powers
  • VICTORY: You Can Now Make Your Venmo Friends List Private. Here’s How.
  • Ring Changed How Police Request Door Camera Footage: What it Means and Doesn’t Mean
  • Maryland and Montana Pass the Nation’s First Laws Restricting Law Enforcement Access to Genetic Genealogy Databases
  • Security Tips for Online LGBTQ+ Dating
  • Facebook's Policy Shift on Politicians Is a Welcome Step
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  • The Safe Connections Act Would Make It Easier to Escape Domestic Violence
  • Van Buren is a Victory Against Overbroad Interpretations of the CFAA, and Protects Security Researchers
  • California Has $7 Billion for Broadband. Sacramento May Just Sit On It
  • Organizing in the Public Interest: MusicBrainz
  • If Not Overturned, a Bad Copyright Decision Will Lead Many Americans to Lose Internet Access
  • Supreme Court Overturns Overbroad Interpretation of CFAA, Protecting Security Researchers and Everyday Users
  • The EU Commission's Refuses to Let Go of Filters
  • Why Indian Courts Should Reject Traceability Obligations
  • PayPal Shuts Down Long-Time Tor Supporter with No Recourse
  • Your Avatar is You, However You See Yourself, and You Should Control Your Experience and Your Data
  • EFF at 30: Surveillance Is Not Obligatory, with Edward Snowden
  • Newly Released Records Show How Trump Tried to Retaliate Against Social Media For Fact-Checking
  • Chile’s New “Who Defends Your Data?” Report Shows ISPs’ Race to Champion User Privacy
  • European Court on Human Rights Bought Spy Agencies’ Spin on Mass Surveillance
  • Amid Systemic Censorship of Palestinian Voices, Facebook Owes Users Transparency
  • Activists Mobilize to Fight Censorship and Save Open Science
  • EFF Sues Police Standards Agency to Obtain Use of Force Training Materials
  • Washington State Has Sued a Patent Troll For Violating Consumer Protection Laws
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  • Coalition Launches ‘Dark Patterns’ Tip Line to Expose Deceptive Technology Design
  • Lawsuit Against Snapchat Rightfully Goes Forward Based on “Speed Filter,” Not User Speech
  • EFF tells California Court that Forensic Software Source Code Must Be Disclosed to the Defendant
  • President Biden Revokes Unconstitutional Executive Order Retaliating Against Online Platforms
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  • Cricketer Ali leaves opponents in hysterics after he smashes a massive shot through his OWN car windscreen (VIDEO)
  • China and Russia urge independent probe into Canada’s treatment of indigenous people as anger over mass-grave discovery rages
  • Former home secretary Clarke dismisses BoJo’s £200mn royal yacht plan as ‘silly populist nonsense’
  • As Russia ramps up climate change fight, scientists say Siberian permafrost has survived more intense heat than previously thought
  • Britain makes deal to supply warships & build naval bases for Ukraine as NATO prepares to conduct Black Sea war games with Kiev
  • ‘Does the bra double as a bulletproof vest?’ M&S ridiculed for launch of ‘inclusive’ lingerie range inspired by George Floyd
  • Russia bans America's liberal Bard College, labelling it as 'undesirable organization' threatening country's 'order and security'
  • UK government grants go-ahead for Wembley Stadium to host 65,000 fans in Euro 2020 showpiece games
  • ‘Ain’t happening under no circumstances’: Mayweather CEO Leonard Ellerbe slams brakes on De La Hoya rematch
  • Nine Catalan pro-independence leaders formally pardoned by Spain over failed 2017 independence bid
  • Vatican insists Italy’s anti-homophobia bill breaks bilateral treaty & treads on Catholic Church’s freedoms – media
  • Content-sharing platform Disclose.tv accuses Google and Apple of temporarily ‘censoring’ content on its Telegram group chat
  • With infectious Delta strain on rise, Moscow to require proof of Covid-19 vaccination or negative test to visit bars & restaurants
  • Bitcoin's plunge below $29,000 wipes out ALL of this year's gains
  • YouTube secures victory in copyright challenge at EU’s top court over publishing of unauthorized content
  • Tokyo governor taking a week off, suffering from ‘excess fatigue’ as Olympics loom and Covid-19 lingers
  • By offering millions in support & taking it away on a whim, Washington acting ‘immorally’ with Kiev, says Russian Foreign Ministry
  • Term ‘white privilege’ disadvantages white working-class kids, MPs’ report finds, reigniting Britain’s race row
  • Google to face another legal challenge as EU launches antitrust probe into its advertising unit
  • Four French executives charged with ‘complicity in acts of torture’ for aiding Libya and Egypt in spying on opposition figures
  • ‘Karen’ horror movie about evil white woman accused of exploiting ‘black trauma’ for profit
  • Russia denies there's a crack team of scientists developing Putin-backed BRAIN IMPLANTS that'll give users mind-control over tech
  • ‘Popping out’: Shy tennis sensation Naomi Osaka breaks silence after Wimbledon withdrawal to reveal photo shoot for Vogue Japan
  • OPEC+ may boost oil production to ease global supply deficit
  • German-language news agencies to ‘push back’ gendered language – but fail to make a gender-neutral policy announcement
  • 80 years after Nazi invasion of USSR, Ukraine's main opposition party asks Kiev to finally clamp down on neo-Nazi organizations
  • Anger & alarm as EU proposes reducing UK's 'disproportionate' share of Eurozone's post-Brexit market for film and video broadcasts
  • ‘I finally feel comfortable to get it off my chest’: Raiders star Carl Nassib becomes first active NFL player to come out as gay
  • French police fire tear gas at protest march in Nantes, break up crowds at street music festival in Paris (VIDEOS)
  • ‘Shame on you, UEFA’: Fan outcry as football officials block German request to light up Allianz Arena in rainbow colors
  • ‘Would plunge into greater disappointment’: Kim Yo-jong warns US not to get hopes up for return to dialogue with North Korea
  • Terrifying Ord-eal: Riotous scenes as protesting football fans block team bus from leaving stadium after latest defeat (VIDEO)
  • Hong Kong rejects attempts by Western nations to ‘beautify’ media outlets that try to ‘subvert’ government
  • US demand for Russian caviar surges by 640%
  • Vaccine tourism: Abu Dhabi allows tourists to book Covid-19 shots for free
  • Human rights chief slams 'dishonest' mandatory Russian Covid-19 vaccine programs, warning people shouldn't be FORCED to take jab
  • Can other nations follow Russia’s lead in ditching the US dollar? RT’s Keiser Report finds out
  • 4 times as many US soldiers and vets died by suicide than in combat since 9/11 War on Terror – study
  • Renewed strikes in France over nuclear reforms lead to a 3.12% drop in power output
  • Soviets worked with West to bring down Nazi legacy – but now NATO expansion risks tearing Europe apart once again, Putin says
  • Oil rallies above $75 for first time in more than two years as investors assess tightening market
  • Vladimir Putin's view on the 80th anniversary of the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union: Being open, despite the past
  • Philippines President Duterte threatens to jail those refusing Covid shots and ‘inject vaccine in their butts’
  • ‘Not above the law’: SCOTUS rules UNANIMOUSLY against NCAA over antitrust violations
  • 'It’s anti-science, and it’s anti-me': Fauci calls email controversy 'nonsense,' says 'far-right' trying to 'discredit' him
  • ‘We are not blind’: Russia boss looks to future after dismal EURO 2020 exit – and Dzyuba calls for calm over calamity goal (VIDEO)
  • Every third Canadian sees their country as racist, but views differ sharply by gender, age and political party – poll
  • US airlines and crew unions call on Biden administration to JAIL unruly passengers amid surging in-flight violence
  • Justin Bieber goes viral on Instagram after ‘dropping in’ on French President Macron at Elysee Palace
  • Win Olympics to burn US flag? Team USA transgender cyclist reacts to resurfacing of scandalous Facebook post
  • Four-punch KO: Dazzling Denmark dump Russia out of Euro 2020 as Cherchesov’s men finish bottom of group after horror show (VIDEO)
  • US State Department will fly extra-woke ‘Progress’ flag for end of Pride Month
  • Brazilian court clears ex-President Lula of corruption charges in another legal win
  • After two month absence, American ambassador to Moscow will return to Russian capital this week – US State Department confirms
  • Nina Simone’s granddaughter details battle with Kamala Harris over estate after accusing VP of driving mother to near-suicide
  • Oxford University may enlist ‘SENSITIVITY READERS’ to censor student publications to protect readers from being offended – media
  • Israel's defense ministry claims success in downing drones using plane-mounted laser (VIDEO)
  • After a Puerto Rican couple is brutally shot in Chicago by black gang, Democrat activist claims they had it coming
  • ‘Huge disappointment’: Fans turn on Shevchenko as Austria punish sloppy Ukraine to leapfrog rivals into Euro 2020 knockout stages
  • In coordinated move, West imposes sanctions on Belarus over grounding of Ryanair plane & arrest of opposition activist Protasevich
  • Dutch obliged: North Macedonia De-pay the price as Netherlands cruise to win and seal perfect Euro 2020 group stage
  • ‘You would never say this to a man’: Golf babe Spiranac rows over DeChambeau as Rahm returns from Covid heartbreak to win US Open
  • ‘Laughable’: Fans in uproar as England stars forced to isolate after ‘close contact’ with Covid-stricken Scotland star Gilmour
  • WHO epidemiologist warns future ‘constellation of mutations’ could challenge Covid vaccine effectiveness
  • ‘Did David Duke produce this?’: WaPo ripped for video on ‘white accountability groups’ to help understand ‘whiteness’
  • Police descend on Stonehenge’s summer solstice event after crowd gathers at English monument in breach of Covid-19 rules (VIDEOS)
  • Local CBS anchor slams own network live on air over ‘discrimination’, hints at Project Veritas exposé
  • ‘It’s a long tradition’: Dem senator Sheldon Whitehouse blasted for defending membership in all-white club
  • Break point: Tennis great Clijsters claims Venus & Serena Williams earned ‘a lot of sh*t’ for starting ‘trend’ that Osaka followed
  • Backlash as Swedish National Museum slaps racism and sexism warnings on CLASSIC ART
  • Russia and US to work towards restarting issuance of visas as ambassadors return to Moscow & Washington, reveals senior diplomat
  • Germany star Goretzka says it would have been ‘absurd’ for UEFA to punish Manuel Neuer after rainbow armband row
  • ‘Spyware’? Google draws fire for ‘force-installing’ sneaky Covid-tracking app on Android devices in Massachusetts without consent
  • Germany’s anti-monopoly watchdog opens probe against Apple
  • EU’s top privacy watchdogs urge blanket ban on use of recognition tech in public spaces
  • Barcelona president Laporta plotting ambitious bid to unite Cristiano Ronaldo with Lionel Messi at the Camp Nou – report
  • Viral Twitter post claims 13yo died of ‘cardiac event’ as doctors consider link between rare heart condition & vaccine in boys
  • Antibody drug from GSK-Vir substantially reduces hospitalization & deaths among Covid-19 patients, trial finds
  • Israeli study earmarks economically imperiled Brazil as best source of educated young Jewish immigrants
  • Russian man arrested in Germany after being accused of spying for Moscow for cash while working as a scientific research assistant
  • Clash of the Titans: Hubble telescope captures cataclysmic cosmic collision of galaxy pair on verge of merging
  • Frustrated Ukrainian Foreign Minister claims NATO has refused to take ‘a single step’ towards allowing Kiev join bloc since 2008
  • Cityzen Kane? Man City ‘make $140MN plus swap options bid to Tottenham with England captain set to decide after Euro 2020’
  • India’s free Covid vaccination rollout hits record 7.5 million doses in one day
  • Russia braces for scorching heatwave not seen for 120 YEARS as officials say working day should be cut short due to extreme heat
  • With cases rising, Russian Ministry of Health is planning for Covid-19 re-vaccinations, as antibodies wane in early jab recipients
  • ‘Should never be in a ring again’: Shocking scenes as boxer drops opponent before STAMPING viciously on his head (VIDEO)
  • China’s central bank calls for tougher measures on digital currencies
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  • BBC draws flak for ‘appalling racism’ after posting recruitment ad for trainee position that openly excludes white applicants
  • Foreign policy won’t be limited by nuclear deal, says Iran’s president-elect, ballistic missile program is non-negotiable
  • Madrid to pardon Catalan pro-independence leaders on Tuesday, Spanish PM confirms
  • ‘Catastrophic impact’: Tasmanian devils ‘wipe out’ large penguin colony on Australian island as animal introduction goes wrong
  • Love in the time of Covid-19: Major Russian city asks wedding guests to show negative tests or proof of vaccination as cases rise
  • ‘Remember what you’re funding’: Anti-Amazon activists hijack tech company’s ‘Prime Day’ Twitter trend
  • Israel calls on teens to get Covid-19 shots as Delta variant poses threat of virus resurgence
  • French interior minister calls poor regional election performance a failure for President Macron’s party
  • UK preparing for autumn booster shots against Covid-19, says minister, as CureVac fails and Novavax shines in trials
  • World Cup hosts Qatar announce fans won’t be permitted to attend games ‘without receiving a full Covid vaccination’
  • ‘When will the Faroe Islands vote?’ Norway votes against Qatar World Cup boycott despite concerns over ‘human rights abuses’

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  • The United Kingdom’s Chargé d'Affaires in Lebanon completed a two day trip to South Lebanon where he visited UK-funded education, environment projects and gender-based initiatives amongst others, that have aided local residents and helped boost local economies, a press release from the British Embassy said Tuesday.
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  • The first US National Strategy for “Countering Domestic Terrorism” was launched by the White House on Tuesday, June 15, five months after the attacks on the US Capitol.
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  • Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri has imposed a firm equation to respond to the obstruction of the formation of a new government by declaring that Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri will not step down, in a move clearly targeting President Michel Aoun and his party, a political source said Tuesday.
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  • Lebanon reports 147 new COVID-19 cases, four deaths
  • Lebanon reported 147 new COVID-19 cases and four deaths in the last 24 hours, the Health Ministry said Tuesday.
  • Jordan coup plot accused want prince to testify: lawyer
  • Jordan coup plot accused want prince to testify: lawyer
  • Two officials accused of plotting to overthrow Jordan's king and replace him with his half-brother Prince Hamza want the prince to testify in their trial, a lawyer for one of them said Tuesday.
  • Palestinian Authority arrests activist over online criticism
  • Palestinian Authority arrests activist over online criticism
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  • A U.S.-Mexico Pledge to End Disappearances Fails to Grapple With the Complicity of the State
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  • Recent Covid-19 Spike in Immigration Detention Was a Problem of ICE’s Own Making
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  • India's Vaccine Makers Are Pandemic Profiteers, Not Humanitarians
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  • Hacked Emails Give Unfiltered View Into the D.C. Police Gang Database
  • U.S. Sanctions on Cuba and Venezuela Hamper the Global Fight Against Covid-19
  • Joe Manchin Gets Candid With Billionaire Donors in Leaked Audio
  • House Takes First Step to Claw Back War Powers From White House
  • Nicargua: Daniel Ortega prende opositores para facilitar prpria reeleio
  • Ex-pastores e bispos organizam revolta contra Igreja Universal na África do Sul – para onde Bolsonaro quer nomear Crivella
  • Biden’s Defense Budget Is a Big Win for Hypersonic Weapons Contractors
  • ICE Discussed Punishing Immigrant Advocates for Peaceful Protests
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  • Has the US Redesigned Its Flag Before?
  • NASA Sends Squid from Hawaii into Space for Research
  • White House: 70% of Americans 30 or Older Get COVID-19 Shot
  • Australian Prison to Be Evacuated After Mice Plague
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  • Judge Tosses Most Claims over Clearing Protesters in DC Park
  • RUMOR ALERT: Are Puncture Holes in Crayola Bath Dropz Packaging Caused by Drug Users?
  • Carl Nassib First Active NFL Player to Come Out As Gay
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  • UNHCR warns of vaccine gap risk for world's stateless
  • UEFA and UNHCR team up to congratulate UEFA Football and Refugees Grant Scheme winners
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  • Dance programme helps Venezuelan teen settle into new life in Panama
  • UNHCR: World leaders must act to reverse the trend of soaring displacement
  • Forced displacement hit new high in 2020 despite fewer routes to safety
  • Refugees and locals in Mauritania exchange strategies for adapting to climate change
  • COVID-19 poses a major threat to the life and welfare of refugees in Uganda
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