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An urban management officer swam all the way from a flooded neighborhood to the test site of #gaokao carrying an exam candidate in Hubei. The girl made it on time, and the officer became an icon as the video spread online. #ChinaStory pic.twitter.com/gZKYMIvRE0— China Daily (@ChinaDaily) July 10, 2020
Facebook is considering banning political advertising on its platform in the days leading up to the US presidential election in November, source says. The potential ban has been under consideration since last fall, according to the source. https://t.co/7EMOubJOwb— CNN International (@cnni) July 10, 2020