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Current Affairs
@christen
VPoints 372
Supporters 34
Vent 245
Angry
17 h ago
The West has become too reliant on its economic links with China

Take a moment and contemplate the bravery of the demonstrators in Hong Kong. Hong Kong might seem a great distance away. Our connections to our former colony might feel like something from history. But we cannot turn away, Nick Timothy writes.

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Current Affairs
@linda
VPoints 389
Supporters 31
Vent 300
Frustrated
2 w ago
Philippines declares national epidemic after 622 dengue deaths

In 2017, the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte banned the dengue vaccine, Dengvaxia, following controversy over its effectiveness against the virus.

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Current Affairs
@linda
VPoints 389
Supporters 31
Vent 300
Frustrated
2 w ago
In El Paso, fear and anger after deadly mass shooting

Amid fear and concern in the wake of attack, some local leaders say Trump directly fanned the flames of racist hatred.

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Current Affairs
@jadelson
VPoints 360
Supporters 30
Vent 272
Frustrated
3 w ago
Too big to fail? The companies threatening South Africa's economy

Will South Africa manage to bail out some of its biggest state-owned companies without crippling the economy?

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Current Affairs
@paulsmith
VPoints 376
Supporters 38
Vent 261
Frustrated
3 w ago
Inside India's water crisis: Living with drought and dry taps

This year, large parts of India have seen the worst drought in decades.

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Current Affairs
@linda
VPoints 389
Supporters 31
Vent 300
Angry
3 w ago
Anti-Gay Brutality in a Polish Town Blamed on Poisonous Propaganda

The first gay pride parade ever held in an eastern Poland was met by an angry mob of thousands. The brutality has raised concerns that a steady diet of poisonous political propaganda focused on gays and lesbians had taken on a life of its own.

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Current Affairs
@christen
VPoints 372
Supporters 34
Vent 245
Frustrated
4 w ago
DR Congo ethnic violence stopping refugee returns: UN

Violent clashes in Ituri Province between the Lendu farmers and Hama herders have forced more than 350,000 people from their homes.

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