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Twitter removes accounts linked to Egypt, Saudi Arabia, other countries (3)
Business Twitter removes accounts linked to Egypt, Saudi Arabia, other countries Twitter took down thousands of accounts linked to Egypt, Honduras, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia and Serbia on Thursday for either taking directions from the governments or promoting pro-government content. 02 Apr 2020 08:36PM BRUSSELS: Twitter took down thousands of accounts linked to Egypt, Honduras, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia and Serbia on Thursday for either taking
Migrant Dies During Protest Over Coronavirus Fear In Mexican Detention Center (2)
By Shreyashi Chakraborty 04/02/20 AT 2:51 AM KEY POINTS The protest largely involved Honduran men and the one who died was a Guatemalan migrant The 42-year-man died due to smoke inhalation after protesters burned mattresses asking for better sanitary conditions at the facility At least 27 migrants escaped the facility during the disturbance Migrants at an immigration detention center in Mexico descended into a
Mexico president urges firms to pay workers, avoid usury in coronavirus crisis (2)
Dave Graham MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's president on Wednesday turned up the heat on companies during the coronavirus crisis, saying they should keep paying workers or face public scorn, even as criticism of his economic management grows among business and opposition leaders. Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador speaks during a news conference at National Palace in Mexico City, Mexico April 1, 2020. Mexico's Presidency/Handout via REUTERS
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