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    A post that circulated on Twitter recently showed a video of people marching with American and Taiwanese flags. A tweet in Chinese falsely claimed that the video showed the U.S. military in Taiwan.

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  4. Opera (company) - Wikipedia

    Opera is a Norwegian multinational technology company that specializes in web browser development, fintech, as well as services such as Opera News and YoYo Games.The company's total user base, including users of its desktop browsers, mobile browsers and other services exceeds 380 million monthly active users.

  5. WildEarth - Wikipedia

    "Go on safari at home with a twice-daily live-stream from South Africa". Washington Post. ISSN 0190-8286. Retrieved 9 May 2020. ^ "Virtual safari company sees huge increase in business after coronavirus lockdown". NBC News. Retrieved 11 June 2020. ^ "Virus lockdown boosts South African virtual safari tours". Retrieved 11 June ...

  6. Smith Hempstone - Wikipedia

    governor, Institute of Current World Affairs, 1975–1978. honorary doctorate of letters from University of the South, 1968. Smith Hempstone (February 1, 1929–November 19, 2006) was a journalist, author, and the United States ambassador to Kenya in 1989–93. He was a vocal proponent of democracy, aggressively advocating free elections for Kenya.

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    China Daily was officially established in June 1981 after a one-month trial. It was initially led by Jiang Muyue, with Liu Zhunqi as editor in chief. It was the first national daily English-language newspaper in China after the establishment of the People's Republic in 1949.

  8. Camp Mulla - Wikipedia

    Camp Mulla was an alternative hip hop group originating from and based in Nairobi, Kenya. The group rose to prominence with the release of their single "Party Don't Stop" on 31 August 2010, with that and their subsequent works earning them a nomination for Best International Act (Africa) at the 2012 BET Awards.

  9. Timeline of Lusaka - Wikipedia

    1991 - Weekly Post newspaper begins publication (approximate date). 1994 Lusaka Stock Exchange opens. Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa headquartered in Lusaka. 1996 - Lusaka National Museum opens. 1997 Umar Al Farook mosque opens. Sustainable Lusaka Project launched. 1999 - University of Lusaka founded. 2000 - Population: 1,057,212.