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Unrest in Iran; Taiwan election implications for US-China in 2020 | World in :60 | GZERO Media Unrest in Iran; Taiwan election implications for US-China in 2020 | World in :60 | GZERO Media

Hey, everybody. Ian Bremmer here from Addis Ababa, of all places, what a beautiful day to be here. And I have your World In 60 Seconds. Questions here, ready to go. Well, big repercussions internationally because the Europeans, the Canadians, plenty met. They lied about it before they finally said, OK. Tried to cover it…

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Top Iranian military commander issues apology after domestic protests Top Iranian military commander issues apology after domestic protests

elsewhere around the world Iran’s top military commander issued a rare apology as protests engulf the country people took to the streets to express outrage over the government’s delay in admitting that it shot down a Ukrainian passenger plane for details let’s turn to our Kim Jiyeon the head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards general Hussain…

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Fuck Hindutva? | Exposed NRC CAA Protests | Vote Bank Politics | Bollywood Hypocrisy | Sumith Kombra Fuck Hindutva? | Exposed NRC CAA Protests | Vote Bank Politics | Bollywood Hypocrisy | Sumith Kombra

I agree I should have said some or most Muslims but not all Muslims This is the controversial bit. Here my anger is only against left extremists who are hypocrites and nothing but hypocrites. This is not intended to hurt any religious sentiments of Muslims I’m not against Muslims. Please do not misunderstand my context…

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“Despicable” Hong Kong Protesters “Despicable” Hong Kong Protesters

Protesters and police clash in Hong Kong Meanwhile, Carrie Lam wants “dialogue” With protesters Beijing is calling Despicable. Welcome to China Uncensored. I’m Chris Chappell. It’s been another intense week in Hong Kong. Protests have gone on for over 100 days. And experts say if you can do a thing for two months, it becomes…

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Three people killed during anti-citizenship law protests in India Three people killed during anti-citizenship law protests in India

India is circling should get a grip on the growing outrage against its controversial new citizenship law now as a protest rage on protesters are dying in fierce clashes with police for more on this and other news around the world let’s go over to our union Jungmann at the NewsCenter Chung Mina tell us…

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China’s “Red Market” Destruction of Religion | Bitter Winter Part 2 China’s “Red Market” Destruction of Religion | Bitter Winter Part 2

The Communist Party has a plan to destroy religion And it begins with the “Red Market” Can religion in China survive? Welcome back to China Uncensored. I’m Chris Chappell The Chinese Communist Party has a clever plan to destroy religion in China. It doesn’t just attack religion from the outside. It also tries to subvert…

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Why Free Speech Is Society’s Immune System | Orrin Johnson | TEDxUniversityofNevada Why Free Speech Is Society’s Immune System | Orrin Johnson | TEDxUniversityofNevada

Translator: Silvina Katz Reviewer: Ellen Maloney Our absolute right to free speech, the ability to publicly share ideas, a right that is absolutely protected by the First Amendment, is civil society’s immune system. It’s not just ideal, it’s necessary to ensure a healthy society. We are more secure, safer and stronger when any idea or…

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Evo Morales and the threat to democracy in Latin America | IN 60 SECONDS Evo Morales and the threat to democracy in Latin America | IN 60 SECONDS

Recently, leftists won landslide elections in Argentina, and left-of-centre candidates won key mayoral posts in Colombia. For all its faults, democracy works in Latin America. But fair elections weren’t good enough for Bolivia’s leftist President Evo Morales, who was caught trying to steal an illegal fourth term, and had to flee the country when the…

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The Collapse of the Soviet Union The Collapse of the Soviet Union

For almost 70 years during the 20th century, Eastern Europe, Central Asia and modern-day Russia all made up one global power – the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – also known as the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union was involved in almost every significant historical event after its formation in 1922. After its collapse in…

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