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    But what about the aid worker?

    As her tweet makes unambiguously clear, it is a given for Beard that Oxfam staff were 'civilised' prior to being "barbarised" by the Haitian context, writes Tilley [Reuters] As white women, we are implicated in a long and shameful history of justifying harm to (and indeed inflicting harm upon) racialised bodies. Our role in maintaining enslavement and settler and franchise colonialism is clear; we have owned plantations and enriched ourselves on the profits of enslaved labour; we have urged women of the global South variously out of hijabs and into domestic kitchens; and in the present, our orientation towards women ...
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    Winter Olympics: Marit Bjorgen becomes most decorated Winter Olympian as USA win gold

    American duo Kikkan Randall and Jessica Diggins celebrate winning goldXXIII Olympic Winter GamesVenue: Pyeongchang, South Korea Dates: 9-25 FebruaryCoverage: Watch live on BBC TV, Red Button, Connected TVs, BBC Sport website and mobile app. Full coverage timesThe United States won gold in the women's team sprint free as Marit Bjorgen became the most decorated Winter Olympian of all time.It was the first time the US have won a cross-country skiing medal in a women's event.Bjorgen, who took bronze with Norway, picked up her fourth medal at these Games and now has 14 overall.The 37-year-old has won a medal in every ...
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    When Malcolm X visited Smethwick after racist election

    On February 12, 1965, Malcolm X, with his brow-line glasses perched high above his nose, walked along the terraced houses of Marshall Street in Smethwick, a small and bleak UK town in the West Midlands. Nine days later, on February 21, 1965, he would be assassinated having returned to New York City. His final foreign trip saw him travel to the relatively unknown English town, near the city of Birmingham, and home to a large Asian and West Indian immigrant population. In the year before his arrival, Smethwick hosted Britain's most racist election. In 1964, 800,000 immigrants lived in the ...
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    Warm Line, SF’s mental health hotline, faces possible closure

    Calls to the Warm Line could be sent to voicemail come June should the mental health support hotline serving some 130 people daily fail to secure the necessary funding to remain running. Established in 2014 by the San Francisco Health Department and operated by the Mental Health Association San Francisco, the San Francisco-based Warm Line was hailed by The City as a major step toward “filling a gap” in the mental health system by serving people struggling with mental illness “before they reach a crisis point.” Four years later, the Warm Line has turned into a point of first contact ...
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    Mark Cavendish pulls out of Abu Dhabi Tour after crash on opening stage

    Mark Cavendish collided with world champion Peter Sagan before hitting the barriers during last year's Tour de FranceBritain's Mark Cavendish pulled out of the Abu Dhabi Tour during stage one after falling onto the same shoulder he broke in last year's Tour de France.It is not yet clear how serious the 32-year-old's Manxman's injury is.After crashing in Madinat Zayed, the Team Dimension Data rider initially rejoined the main field, but pulled out five kilometres later.He was forced to withdraw from the 2017 Tour de France when he fell and fractured his right shoulder.Cavendish collided with world champion Peter Sagan before ...
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    Journalism is Not a Crime: The Story of Mahmoud Hussein

    Filmmaker: Abdullah Elshamy In December 2016, Egyptian security forces arrested Al Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein while on holiday in Cairo. "We didn't know what was happening or where my father was. At first, we didn't even know if he was dead or alive," recalls his daughter Aya Hussein. There have been no formal charges against Hussein, an Egyptian national based in Doha, Qatar. He's accused of "incitement against state institutions and broadcasting false news with the aim of spreading chaos".  However, article 71 of the Egyptian constitution says that: "no custodial sanction shall be imposed for crimes committed by way of publication or the public ...
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    South Africa police station raid: Five killed in Umtata

    Image copyright AFP Image caption The attackers took 10 firearms and a police van from the station Five police officers and a soldier have been shot dead during a raid on their station in South Africa's Eastern Cape province.In a statement, the South African Government News Agency said three officers were killed instantly.The off-duty soldier was shot as the assailants fled, taking two other officers hostage. Their bodies were found 6km (4 miles) down the road.A government statement said both men had been shot "execution style".The unknown group of armed robbers burst into the police station near Umtata, and opened ...
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    Tri-series final: Australia beat New Zealand on DLS to win title

    Australia reached 100 in the 13th overTrans-Tasman T20 tri-series final, AucklandNew Zealand 150-9: Taylor 43*, Agar 3-27Australia 121-3 (14.4 overs): Short 50, Munro 1-18Australia won by 19 runs (DLS method)ScorecardAustralia won the Trans-Tasman T20 tri-series with a 19-run DLS-method victory against New Zealand in Auckland.The Kiwis chose to bat but after Martin Guptill and Colin Munro's brief flurry, spinner Ashton Agar pegged them back.The left-armer took 3-27, with Ross Taylor's unbeaten 43 from 38 balls the only score over 30 in their 150-9.David Warner and D'Arcy Short took Australia to 72-0 in reply and they were 121-3 in the 15th ...
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