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YouTube bans thousands of Chinese accounts to combat ‘coordinated influence operations’
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YouTube bans thousands of Chinese accounts to combat ‘coordinated influence operations’

YouTube has banned a large number of Chinese accounts it said were engaging in “coordinated influence operations” on political issues, the company announced today; 2,596 accounts from China alone were taken down from April to June, compared with 277 in the first three months of 2020. “These channels mostly uploaded spammy, non-political content, but a…

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Thousands Sign Petition to Shut Down Guardian over Links to Slavery
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Thousands Sign Petition to Shut Down Guardian over Links to Slavery

The British left’s flagship newspaper is facing the call to eat its own tail, after more than 12,000 people have signed a petition calling for the liberal, pro-Black Lives Matter Guardian to be shut down over its historical links to slavery and for siding with the Confederate states during the American Civil War. The Change.org petition to…

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Thousands of Californians Flock to Open Beaches Despite Stay-at-Home Order

Thousands of Californians flocked to open beaches in Southern California due to a heat wave despite Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home order. Surfers and crowds of people were spotted along the Huntington Beach coast and Newport Beach Friday as the region is experiencing high temperatures, which will last through the weekend. Many of the beachgoers…

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Thousands Defy Coronavirus Lockdown to Attend Muslim Cleric’s Funeral
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Thousands Defy Coronavirus Lockdown to Attend Muslim Cleric’s Funeral

Tens of thousands of Islamic faithful in Bangladesh defied coronavirus lockdown restrictions Saturday to attend the funeral of revered Muslim cleric Maulana Zubayer Ahmad Ansari. Mohammad Maunul Haque, joint secretary general of the Bangladesh Islamist party, said people walked through the Brahmanbaria district from the surrounding area defying the country’s ban on more than five…

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