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I watched in dismay as hundreds of tweets appeared in my notification panel. Tweet after tweet, all criticising me, from “delusional b***h” and “lying c**t” to “fake doctor” and “failed journo”. For a moment, I thought that Twitter had broken and I was receiving
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Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, speaking at the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, dropped the diplomatic tone and squarely placed
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I travelled to Northern Ireland this summer to understand American divisiveness by looking through the eyes of another divided country. Here’s what I learned: