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Friday – February 23 – NEWS AGENDA
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Friday’s briefing looks at fresh charges against Donald J. Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort; Australia’s deputy resigns; and Cambodia Hun Sen consolidates power. We’ll be adding to this throughout the day.
We’ve got emerging stories coming on the breadth of Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, and how reality TV star Kylie Jenner has wiped more than $1 billion off the value of Snapchat’s parent company.
George Engels is currently writing a story on the how far along the UN is with implementing a set of proposals aimed at preventing sexual exploitation and abuse within its ranks, to be published later today.
Why are healthcare outcomes in other industrialized countries better than in the United States, even though the cost of healthcare in other countries is typically lower? Read and contribute to Charles Turner’s story which seeks to answer a community member’s question.
We would also like your help in filtering Amnesty International’s Annual Report 2017/2018. You can download the PDF here. Tell us what you think about the state of human rights in your country.
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Thanks, Jimmy Wales