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    Photojournalist Knowles-Coursin aboard a UN cargo helicopter
    headed to Jonglei State, South Sudan, in late 2013.

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    .@SethCLewis gives more evidence the 'filter bubble' is mostly hype. Study of links shown to ppl on google news- finds huge homogeneity. We should perhaps be concerned for the opposite: a handful of outlets dominating all results #IAMCR2018

    Congratulations to @DavidCheruiyot and @NothiasT for winning the Stuart Hall prize @IAMCR2018! their fantastic paper on twitter users in Kenya is here: https://t.co/iujidajtsy #iamcr2018

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