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Jamie Uhrig
Trying to get closer to truth in memory of Hla Htut Lwin. The moderator tweets about *much* more than Health in Myanmar, in his personal capacity, of course.
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Jamie Uhrig 1h
The only good thing about Kagge's 'Walking' is that it is short. You can read it one sitting if you must.
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Jamie Uhrig 1h
Isn't mead ጠጀ traditional?
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Helen Neville 23h
This is a good discussion/indentification of books on , , and
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Jamie Uhrig 2h
Good underlining. But there is a word that you have forgotten to underline.
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Jamie Uhrig 2h
Stay cool and enjoy the long weekend!
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Jamie Uhrig 9h
apologists aren't going to like this. "It's time to indict Aung San Suu Kyi for genocide against the Rohingya in Myanmar" Thanks, .
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Jamie Uhrig 2h
Yes the global number of new infections among young women have been declining for years. And in , too.
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Are women invited? The photo has only men in it.
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Veronica Pedrosa 8h
Sulaiman said about 1000 villagers, standing on the sandy shore of the river, were divided into three groups as soldiers armed with machine guns stood on the bank above them Read at
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Jamie Uhrig 3h
Remember these on trains in India in the 70s?
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Dr Ronan Lee ☘️🐨 3h
Myanmar's mass murder and forced deportion of the Rohingya two years ago has resulted in zero consequences for the perpetrators of these atrocity crimes. Allowing these criminals to get away without consequences undermines human rights everywhere.
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Jamie Uhrig 4h
I wish 'everyone' was starting to realise that providing care to older people living with HIV is going to overwhelm most current systems to provide it.
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Jamie Uhrig 4h
"Filter as a harm reduction equivalent of The Atlantic." I hope I heard that right.
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Jamie Uhrig 4h
Is two women & seventeen men a positive development?
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Rin Fujimatsu 10h
“There will be no meaningful return of population, not sustainable & secure development in any of the ethnic regions of , and no long-term peace, unless there is accountability & transformation of the Burmese military,” says member of FFM
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Remember the reporting on the first investigations of immunodeficiency in gay men? "First Death in a Spate of Sicknesses Reported by Health Officials"
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"I have stayed in a number of his residences."
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