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15 Oct
The papers are analysing how Saturday’s bombing of a bridge in Crimea is both a strategic and symbolic “slap in the face” for Russia’s President Vladimir Putin.
22 Dec 2020
With foot-massage machines, a dental surgery, their own newspaper and even a tattoo parlour, it's clear that the thousands of Indian farmers blocking roads into Delhi for almost a month are going nowhere. Almost four-weeks after they reached outskirts of the Indian capital, the farmers, most of them backed by powerful unions, look ready for the long-haul after repeated rounds of negotiations with the government failed.
11 Nov 2020
In Brazil, a 41-year-old man has taken his love for tattoos to a whole new level by having two giant tusks fitted onto his bottom row of teeth in an attempt to make himself look like a real-life orc.⁣ ⁣
21 Apr 2019
In repressive Iran, a secret form of resistance among women is gaining in popularity: body art,specifically tattoos. They're not illegal, but they're definitely frowned upon, which is why tattoo artists try to keep their services a secret.

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