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Over the span of 16 days, the London Olympics generated 150 million tweets.
The failure of Covid-19 to go exponential in poor countries, even in slum populations that were in no position to practise social distancing, has confounded all the early models. Even in war-ravaged Yemen, hospitalisations peaked in June and then dropped off.
The median age of Yemen is 20 years, half that of the UK. Under 2% of the population is over age 70. Probably not a good starting point to model covid in rich old countries. https://t.co/nFRdEqyW3E
A very happy 70th birthday to PM @narendramodi - a trusted and valued partner of the European Union. Looking forward to jointly strengthen the EU-India Strategic Partnership even further and to meet you in person at our next EU-India Summit in 2021. 🇪🇺 🇮🇳 https://t.co/A87ZaaO0Tm
Commission has spent the week trying to communicate that its serious about upholding democracy, standing up to authoritarian strongmen, and caring about racism. And then this: https://t.co/PnbME8I0Yv
Paris is down to only 35 deputy mayors after a second one resigns in as many months. https://t.co/daLIPw9yBb
Conséquence du Brexit, le traité du Touquet de 2003, chargeant la France de retenir les migrants désireux de traverser la Manche pour se rendre au Royaume-Uni ne doit-il pas être dénoncé ? @BorisJohnson n’hésite pas à remettre en cause ses engagements à l’égard de l’UE.
Here we go French politicians now starting to say - if Johnson doesn't respect treaties, why should we continue to implement Le Touquet, protecting British borders ? A "can of worms" in French = un sac de nœuds, a bag of knots https://t.co/5Wu3i46A5D