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China has built 380 internment camps in Xinjiang, study finds

Construction has continued despite Beijing’s claim ‘re-education’ system is winding down

China has built nearly 400 internment camps in Xinjiang region, with construction on dozens continuing over the last two years, even as Chinese authorities said their “re-education” system was winding down, an Australian thinktank has found.

The network of camps in China’s far west, used to detain Uighurs and people from other Muslim minorities, include 14 that are still under construction, according to the latest satellite imaging obtained by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute.

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School and Campus Workers Say: Not Until It’s Safe

21 adults in masks outside a school. Together they hold "CAUTION" tape. Handmade signs say "100% remote start," "no mas muertes," "ready or not," "we demand safe schools," "no more martyrs for the DOE #Remote until it's safe" and "people got sick in this buidling."

September 18, 2020 / Alexandra Bradbury

The push to reopen schools and campuses is hitting educators with a brutal fact: your employer will place you in deadly danger for the sake of the economy.

You knew this already if you worked in a meatpacking plant, an Amazon warehouse, or a construction site. But until 2020 you didn’t think a school or university job might kill you.

Murió el jefe de Enfermería del Evita: un héroe de la primera línea

Tenía 59 años. Después de cuatro semanas internado en terapia intensiva por COVID-19 murió este miércoles. Quienes lo conocieron lo recuerdan con el ambo de superhéroe, siempre dispuesto a ayudar y atento a que nada falte. Así era Sergio Rey.

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Tenía 59 años. Después de cuatro semanas internado en terapia intensiva por COVID-19 murió este miércoles. Quienes lo conocieron lo recuerdan con el ambo de superhéroe, siempre dispuesto a ayudar y atento a que nada falte. Así era Sergio Rey.

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Millions of U.S. Citizens Could Be Excluded under Trump Plan to Remove Unauthorized Immigrants from Census Data

Joke’s on Trump and GOP – this unconstitutional move would mean fewer representatives for Texas and Florida.

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The Trump administration’s plan to exclude unauthorized immigrants from the 2020 Census data used to reapportion 435 congressional seats among the 50 states could misclassify as many as 20 million U.S. citizens, as the result of expected data-matching errors. The effects of this exclusion could be most pronounced in low-income urban and rural communities, reducing their voting power relative to more affluent ones, as this commentary explains.

Trump sending federal agents to Albuquerque

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Trump sending federal agents to Albuquerque

By Brenda Norrell

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Albuquerque — Targeting a city that is battling the spread of the coronavirus, Trump announced Wednesday that he is sending federal agents to Albuquerque. This comes as federal agents in Portland, including US Border Patrol agents, continue to beat and gas protesters and the moms and dads who have joined the

Coronavirus claims lives of 79 people in two Farmington N.M. nursing homes

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By Brenda Norrell

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FARMINGTON, N.M. — Coronavirus has claimed the lives of 79 people at two nursing homes in Farmington, as the virus spread at an alarming rate, infecting both residents and staff.

Even before the pandemic, New Mexico was tied with Arkansas for the highest rate of serious deficiencies in nursing homes in the country, the type of deficiencies that lead to