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all we can be the generation that ends it. malaria must die so millions can live. thousands of demonstrators have stormed main roads in central hong kong to protest against a proposed bill that would allow suspects to be sent to mainland china for trial. many businesses are closed as the city's legislators hold a 2nd round of debate on the bill. russian journalist steven golan off has
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pledged to continue his anti corruption reporting after being released from police custody the correspondent for the website medusa was arrested on drug charges last thursday in moscow his supporters say he was framed even some pro kremlin media outlets questioned the charges authorities say he was released due to a lack of evidence. uganda has confirmed its 1st case of a ball up during the current outbreak the country's health minister says a 5 year old congolese boy is receiving care after arriving from the democratic republic of congo a ball is a highly contagious disease that causes a fever and often leads to massive internal bleeding and death. cheers broke out when botswana's high court overturned a colonial era law criminalizing gay sex the court unanimously rejected sections of the penal code that made same sex relations illegal and punishable once imprisonment the ruling comes less than a month after kenya's high court upheld similar sections of its penal code.
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has big tax gotten too big u.s. lawmakers start a probe into the market dominance of silicon valley companies like facebook google and apple. also want to show broken promises from the world's biggest consumer goods company to pledge years ago to limit deforestation through responsible for things that's not exactly what happened. and french videogame maker ubi soft imagine it's both that's right the still feel london and its latest offering presented out to eat 3 l.a. . this is d.w. business i'm john nelda milan in berlin welcome united states lawmakers have launched an investigation into silicon valley's biggest names today the probe by
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the house judiciary committee marks congress's 1st review of the tech sector which until now regulators had left relative.

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