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The Press Association cites an unnamed source close to the investigation
EU Commission finds Google guilty of abusing its influence to cement its dominance
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Child labor in agriculture has increased by 12 percent since 2012. The problem isn't going away
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Rohingya in Bangladeshi refugee camps have been unable to return because houses and villages were destroyed and Rakhine is unsafe
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Following a period of drought, more than 70 forest fires rage through the country.
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WikiTribune is covering the demonstrations against President Trump's UK visit in London
Language experts have pointed to errors in translations of the White Paper. WikiTribune is looking for more
Over the past three years, some 70,000 Venezuelans have settled in Argentina seeking stability and a shot at normality
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