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Can't shame the Indian government to do much of anything.
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GlobalPost is proud to share our latest in-depth series, World Wide #Weed  exploring #pot  culture around the world:  http://glpo.st/XhGsWh 
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Wonder if this has anything to do with how deeply unpopular it is abroad.
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So... not touching the peace process then?
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The US is not alone in its overreach of domestic surveillance. Many other countries have made the choice to increase data collection, rationalizing it as a way to keep their citizens secure.
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Will be interesting to see if this turns out to be spin or truth.
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Hoping this isn't going to spiral into violence in Hyderabad.
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Ugh.
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I learned a lot about asteroids.
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