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Monday – May 21 – NEWS AGENDA
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WikiTribune is covering the news that China is hoping to launch a lunar probe in order to explore the dark side of the moon.
WikiTribune is updating a recent story about studies and research used by ‘involuntarily celibate’ groups, often referred to as Incels, to support their world views. “Examining studies cited by incels.”
Lydia Morrish is currently reporting a piece about so-called “porn passes”, which could be introduced in the United Kingdom in order to allow age-verified users to access pornographic material online. The idea follows the Digital Economy Act 2017, which becomes law later this year.
WikiTribune recommends reading this piece published ahead of the recent royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. “Republican, monarchist or don’t care? Opposing views on the UK royal family.”
Jack Barton is talking to the families of Western prisoners in Iran.
Thank you for all your ideas on this story about how psychedelic-led treatments could help combat a range of mental health issues. Please contribute in the Talk section any ideas you might have on expanding this story.
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