The Duchess of Sussex, who announced with Prince Harry that they'll split their time between Canada and the UK, visited an area with "high levels of violence, homelessness, addictions and poverty," according to the center.
Facebook Took Down These Pages For Being Linked To Russia, But It Didn’t Seem To Tell That To The People Who Run Them
“Facebook should be responsible in informing account holders that they will be named in an international coordinated campaign that threatens democracy in different nations.”
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