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10 h ago | All

Welcome to Tumblr, now go away

Michele Catalano had mostly positive memories of Tumblr. When she joined the platform in 2009, two years after it started, it was a fledgling microblogging site with a friendly feel, she said, and a sense of community.

13 h ago | Technology
Opinion & Analysis

By Amer Al-Sabaileh

Washington needs to engage with key regional and international political actors

After Mohammad bin Salman, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, become prime minister, the Biden administration granted him immunity in relation to Jamal Khashoggi’s murder, a move that did not come as a surprise. The path of US-Saudi Arabia negotiations in preparation for today’s rapprochement started more than a year ago. A change in the position of the Biden administration was anticipated after US President Joe Biden’s recent visit to Saudi Arabia and his meeting with its most influential public figure, who had been explicitly accused of being directly involved in Khashoggi’s murder.

Nov 28,2022| Opinion

By Nick Cumming-Bruce, New York Times

The world’s new human rights crisis manager has a lot to do

Barely a month after taking office as the United Nations’ new human rights chief, Volker Türk was in Sudan’s war-torn Darfur region last week meeting victims of a conflict that has displaced millions.

Nov 27,2022| Opinion

Cameroon fight back to draw World Cup thriller with Serbia

Cameroon kept their hopes of making the last 16 of the World Cup alive on Monday after fighting back from two goals down to draw a thrilling Group G encounter with Serbia 3–3.

Nov 29,2022 | Football
1.2 Ghana

Kudus double for Ghana sinks South Korea in World Cup thriller

Mohammed Kudus scored twice as Ghana beat South Korea 3–2 in a pulsating World Cup encounter on Monday to keep their World Cup hopes alive and leave Paulo Bento’s side facing an early exit.

Nov 29,2022 | Football

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