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Inside 100 Tweets
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As Moscow recorded 9,000 new coronavirus infections, more than 1,700 people were hospitalised with Covid-19 during the same period according to the official national task force response. A 20% cases-to-hospitalisation ratio. https://t.co/ovI0B9p61d
implies cases much higher (or some new crazy variant) https://t.co/us4cwvRiO1
'It is not just Sappho, Ovid, Verlaine, Rimbaud, Thomas Mann, Proust, or Shakespeare's work (currently part of the national curriculum in Hungary), but e.g. poems by Mihály Babits, Sándor Weöres, György Faludy containing erotic references may also be banned', acc to the new law https://t.co/iTS3Uge2LK
"The common misconception about Russia is that Putin controls all, sees all, knows all. He doesn’t. His has been a regime reliant on the buy-in of interest groups, oligarchs, and powerful clans." Nuanced, thoughtful, smart by @annanemtsova in @TheAtlantic https://t.co/23NycF486X
every Biden-Putin summit piece has so far made me eye roll - except this one! https://t.co/MEGGXcdBD4
Today I looked up the etymological link between "canicule" (heatwave) in French and "каникулы" (holidays) in Russian. Both stem from Latin "canicula" (little dog), the old name of the star Sirius, which rises with the sun in late July-August in the Northern Hemisphere. Wonderful
Love it https://t.co/iAnJApkoM5