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Companies that pollute are the target of a new crackdown.
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So Phillips took the train to Brighton, where Alexander walked him through his research, which was spurred by his alarm over Putin's intervention in Ukraine and his crackdown on gays and journalists.
So Phillips took the train to Brighton, where Alexander walked him through his research, which was spurred by his alarm over Putin’s intervention in Ukraine and his crackdown on gays and journalists.
His corruption crackdown is raising questions about his rule, the Yemen war is drawing global criticism and failing reforms could lead to resentment.
The company unleashed its hate speech crackdown, and banned a number of accounts associated with far-right extremists.
In July, the department set up a speed trailer to gauge the effectiveness of their crackdown.
The slump shows Duterte is losing the support of the country's poor, who had initially backed his crackdown, says the Commission on Human Rights, a government body that has consistently criticized the president for his anti-narcotics campaign.
Most people's impressions about Muslims come from the news and government reports about its massive security crackdown in Xinjiang against rebellious Uighurs.
Myanmar's de facto leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, visited the troubled Rakhine state for the first time since the violent military crackdown on the Rohingya minority two months ago.
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