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    This May Be The Biggest Human Rights Story You Haven't Heard Yet

    “One thing that stood out to me in these interviews [with former detainees] was how much it harmed them to be forcibly detained for no reason, or not being told a reason."

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    On today's episode of News O'Clock, we discuss the following:

    1. The NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks kicked off a wildcat strike in support of Black Lives Matter protesters — one that spread across the league and the sports world.

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    2. A 17-year-old obsessed with law enforcement was arrested for shooting and killing two protesters and injuring another person in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

    3. The CDC changed its recommendations for who should get tested for COVID-19.

    4. Ammonite is the sad, gay scientist film that we crave.

    And we talk to BuzzFeed News’ Megha Rajagopalan and geospatial analyst Alison Killing about their blockbuster report revealing hundreds of China’s Muslim detention centers for the first time.

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