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  1. Young people around the world are living violent realities: *Gun violence. *Police brutality. *Sexual violence. *Harassment. But they’re determined to put a stop to it. Meet the fearless young leaders the world needs to know about.

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  2. USA, UK, Spain & Canada, are still supplying weapons to the & -led coalition in . We can put pressure on these countries to stop this & reduce civilian suffering. Take action now.

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  3. Hardly anyone gets them all right. Can you? Start the quiz now, it takes only 2 minutes.

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  4. Good that is finally removing listings in illegal settlements – the company has profited from suffering for too long. But still must do more to repair damage it has done to Palestinians.

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  5. Meet this 81 year old. Who is taking on Saudi Arabia. Protesting every month for 2 years. To Badawi. 💪 💪 💪

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  6. It’s this weekend & hopes to distract you with roaring engines & glitzy concerts. But we won’t let them drown the voices of people put behind bars for peaceful expression. Call on celebrities to be the voice of those unfairly detained.

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  7. These Mexicans are teaching the world how to treat strangers with kindness. They are helping a group of people fleeing violence & poverty—moving through right now—however they can.

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  8. Nov 19

    USA, UK, Spain, and Canada, are still supplying weapons to the and -led coalition. We can put pressure on these countries to stop this & reduce civilian suffering in .

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  9. Nov 19

    Do you remember the 2014 pro-democracy Umbrella Movement protests in ? The trial of its 9 activists starts today. We call on the government to drop the politically motivated prosecution, as it is an attack on free speech & peaceful assembly.

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  10. Nov 17

    USA, UK, Spain & Canada, are still supplying weapons to the & -led coalition in . We can put pressure on these countries to stop this & reduce civilian suffering. Take action now.

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  11. Nov 16

    "Latest wave of detentions of academics and activists, on the basis of absurd allegations, shows that authorities are intent on continuing their brutal crackdown of independent civil society." 's on today's detentions in

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  12. Nov 16

    The more we fight. The more we win.

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  13. Nov 16

    (7/7) Bombs & bullets have killed thousands of Yemeni civilians;millions of others are starving from lack of access to essential goods and aid.UNSC members must ensure civilians are protected & demand that all sides do not impede flow of aid and essential goods via Hodeidah port.

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  14. Nov 16

    (3/7)Meanwhile, the Huthis are basing fighters and military equipment in places like hospitals and civilian homes. How do we know?

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  15. Nov 16

    (2/7) Both sides are placing civilians in grave danger. and airstrikes continue to kill Yemeni civilians in large numbers. Once airstrikes start targeting more densely populated central areas of city, even more civilians are certain to be killed.

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  16. Nov 16

    (1/7) In the battle for Hodeidah, the warring parties are showing a blatant disregard for their obligation to protect civilians – hundreds of thousands of whom can’t flee due to the currency collapse, vastly increased fuel prices and exorbitant rents elsewhere.

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  17. Nov 16

    THREAD – an update on what’s at stake as the UN Security Council discusses Yemen this afternoon (3pm EST) 👇

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  18. Nov 16

    Hodeidah on a knife-edge - ahead of today's Security Council briefing on , here's what's at stake for civilians trapped in the city. 🕯

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  19. Nov 16

    Today's historic genocide verdict in against two senior leaders of the Khmer Rouge is 'a bitter justice', coming 40 years after the atrocities and 13 years since the court began.

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  20. Nov 15
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