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Inside 100 Tweets

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Efforts to trim Iraq's public payroll, to provide cash for schools, roads and hospitals, meet fierce resistance https://t.co/kRr7Df0c3i

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Did a mistaken translation put rovers on Mars? https://t.co/jVGlmKjjTg

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Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia's founding president, was a fondly remembered giant of the liberation movement https://t.co/q6iG92AiXK

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Since 2015 asking prices for six GPUs have moved in lockstep with Ethereum’s value https://t.co/26UMDHFuTN

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The main achievement of “Collision Course” is to give the clearest account yet of the deep-rooted causes of Carlos Ghosn’s predicament https://t.co/MOUHv1OMAw

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Over the past half-century, period performance has grown into one of the glories of British music https://t.co/cifo6UN6oV

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Exuberance over the Keystone XL victory may prove fleeting. Alberta’s government, which has ploughed over $1bn into the pipeline, has indicated that it will try to invoke the North American free-trade agreement to revive it https://t.co/d2GybgpXSJ

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Lee Jun-seok, the new leader of South Korea's main opposition party, has railed against radical feminism. It is winning him male supporters https://t.co/ouPAQ1GjRf

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To flourish in the era of remote working, employees will need the cunning of Machiavelli and the tactical brilliance of Napoleon https://t.co/McKbFTr8ho

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India's economy has stalled instead of restarting. But its richest people are getting ostentatiously richer https://t.co/AuXY0N94qi

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The episode brought renewed attention to a quirk of Indian corporate ownership—and its uncertain future https://t.co/zuTAD1wNKW

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Donald Trump’s leadership did not merely undercut America’s strengths. It also exacerbated its weaknesses, according to a new book https://t.co/YxMu4HVSuN

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America and members of the G7 have announced plans to help finance infrastructure in poor countries. Dubbed Build Back Better World, the scheme is an explicit counter to China’s Belt and Road Initiative https://t.co/X6lCJc10SO

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The company that owns China’s leading ride-sharing app Didi is expected to float on the stockmarket in New York next month, in what could be the biggest IPO in the world this year. On “Money Talks”, @donweinland explores its plans to beat the competition https://t.co/otE0GNDVkH

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Journalists in Hong Kong wonder how long it will remain possible to publish anything that is highly critical of the Communist Party https://t.co/9IuboGQZCH

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California’s budget, dubbed the “California Comeback Plan”, will devote billions to public education, housing, transport, health care for undocumented immigrants, fighting homelessness and climate change, and more https://t.co/eisTyHkUoh

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The monsoon has long made mankind in South Asia. But now man is now remaking the monsoon https://t.co/Iblhcc4ksI

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“Dido’s Ghost”, a reinvention of the mythic tale, unites the 17th and the 21st centuries in soundscape as well as sensibility https://t.co/pBneADF7O7

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