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Damien Cave
NY Times Australia bureau chief. Antes: NYC, Mexico, Miami, Middle East. Ahora: Mucho. Follow along
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Damien Cave 3h
Replying to @JamieLeftPeg
Still snobby! Glad to see nothing has changed and Melbourne's still got it :)
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Damien Cave 3h
So is all of Melbourne going to be drunk and partying in the first 24 hours after the lockdown lifts? Please tell me people, what will you be doing? How do you emerge, slowly or like Baz Luhrmann's Gatsby?
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David Sanger 21h
.⁦⁩ gets at an essential truth: European allies understand the world dies not revert to Jan 2017 if Biden is elected, and they may never fundamentally trust the US again. One of the most impt foreign policy pieces in NYT this year.
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Damien Cave Oct 23
If Biden wins, will he expand and reform American democracy? Some specific ideas here. The need for some reform is obvious to the entire world.
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Caitlin Dickerson Oct 22
Trump says the administration is working hard to locate the missing parents of separated kids. Not true. A court appointed committee of lawyers and human rights groups are looking for them. This administration has only handed over information about them under court order.
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Damien Cave Oct 22
Malarkey. For those unfamiliar with the term
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Damien Cave Oct 21
Worth it, I promise.
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Damien Cave Oct 21
When people ask why we loved living in Mexico City, it’s partly stuff like this. Creativity, passion, humor, striving, food. By ⁦
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Lindsay Crouse Oct 20
DREAM JOB ALERT! For the past 9 years, I've worked my way up into producing Op-Docs, the short doc series by indie filmmakers. Now I'm moving into a new expanded role where I'll be reporting/producing (more on that later.) So my job is open—Apply!
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Emily Flitter Oct 19
International authorities suspect that a Puerto Rico-based bank, Euro Pacific Bank, has become a money laundering and tax evasion hub. Here's a look inside the investigation, by &
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Damien Cave Oct 19
Australia punching above its weight in political division
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Damien Cave Oct 18
Big media scoop here from Australia's own , who knows a thing or two about how News Corp. works
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Damien Cave Oct 18
Nice to see Doug getting some love here; we also think he's a genius.
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Damien Cave Oct 18
Very disturbing. Conservative propaganda parading itself as news. When the local news ecosystem breaks down, agenda-driven players fill the void.
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Anna Fifield Oct 18
Our most diverse and inclusive parliament yet: Rainbow MPs, an Eritrean NZer and a Sri Lankan NZer and a Mexican-NZer, and a Labour contingent that will be more than half female. The latest from
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Damien Cave Oct 17
The series that changed the way many of us from Massachusetts view the world. I’m still digesting the win and (as my kids know) still talking about it.
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matthew abbott Oct 17
A serious fire burnt much of Sydney’s North Head today after a National Parks hazard reduction burn jumped containment lines this afternoon. The fire quickly turned outofcontrol forcing the evacuation of nearby residents + destruction of 10 hectares of bushland.
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Damien Cave Oct 17
Replying to @anandacard
It’s called a dateline. It refers to where the writer (me) is. I’d be in NZ if not for COVID.
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Julia Gillard Oct 17
Congratulations to and . You have led NZ through difficult times, with an understanding of the special power of kindness. Your leadership will continue to inspire people around the world, especially women.
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Damien Cave Oct 17
Jacinda Ardern is headed toward a majority government and a huge victory in New Zealand's election. The global left already loved her. Now NZ voters are on board in (almost) equal measure. Our story aiming to put Ardern in context
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