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March /
Thursday
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Made in China

A recent investigative report shows that 83 of the biggest brands are supplied by Chinese factories linked to the brutal repression of Uighur Muslims

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January /
Thursday
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Hacking on the Telephone

The infamous Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia—best known for ordering the brutal assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi—is back in the news for hacking Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ phone.

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December /
Tuesday
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A Gathering of Force

Police violence at Jamia sparked a day of protests across India. The government finally responded to the outrage, as did celebrities. Pop-up today: The ‘Instagram Decade’ Edition

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November /
Tuesday
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Strange Bedfellows

The ‘kaun banega mukhya mantri’ plot of the Maharashtra soap opera has thickened rapidly over the past 24 hours. Also in the Pop-up: Blue light isn’t evil; Charcoal toothpaste is not a good thing.

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October /
Friday
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Thanks, I’d Rather Watch!

Turkey has launched a massive military operation to drive the Kurds out of Northern Syria while the world’s most powerful nations watch on the sidelines. Also in Informer: A heavenly watchlist of series and movies for a jam-packed festival season.

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September /
Wednesday
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A Byte of the Apple

The annual event that typically generates a huge level of interest—even among iPhone haters—turned out to be a bit of a damp squib. Also in Sex, Love Etc: an art history of pornography; a scientific guide to recovering from heartbreak.

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May /
Thursday
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Judgement Day

The election results will finally be announced today. Here is a quick guide to help you parse the numbers as they trickle in. Also in The Pop Up: lovely, lovely photos of la dolce vita Italy… and cows!

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