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British Chancellor Rishi Sunak will today unveil a £4.3 billion package aimed at creating hundreds of thousands of jobs to stave off a looming mass unemployment bombshell caused by the coronavirus pandemic.— POLITICOEurope (@POLITICOEurope) November 25, 2020
London Playbook has the details: https://t.co/lkGK1KQzh3 pic.twitter.com/xMPvOJaKyn
#Alien Attack? Deep in the Utah Desert, a metal monolith is found by members of Utah Department of Public Safety. The sleek metal structure embedded in the ground is at least 10 feet (about 3 meters) tall, and no one seems to know how it got there. pic.twitter.com/HFiOGsSzxH— China Daily (@ChinaDaily) November 25, 2020
Activists and crime victims have occupied a colonial-era building in downtown Mexico City because they say the government has been slow to protect or support women who have suffered abuse or help them find their missing loved ones. Photos by @Ginnette_R. https://t.co/DLSXvfS1tW— The Associated Press (@AP) November 25, 2020
Western Sahara flare-up spells gloom for buffer zone businesses.— AFP News Agency (@AFP) November 25, 2020
Kamal Zerfi has long run a scrapyard in a no-man's land in the Sahara desert - a region claimed by Morocco and Polisario Front rebels who recently revived their three-decade-long strugglehttps://t.co/ui9JxCXPpr pic.twitter.com/EJqclFO01R