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The Green Pass is the Italian version of the EU Digital COVID Certificate.  (More…)

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Armed with power drills and angle grinders, The Guardian’s deputy editor Paul Johnson and two other journalists set about dismembering their computers.  (More…)

Ronald Reagan was elected to a second term as America’s president in November 1984. (More…)

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