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NOW: Are Russians souring on the war in Ukraine? Join the LIVE conversation on The Stream. ow.ly/HfLB50L2z7r
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President Vladimir Putin recently announced Russia’s first large-scale military mobilisation since World War II - triggering demonstrations across the country & an exodus of draft-eligible men. How will this change the course of the conflict? ow.ly/4ipw50L2z44
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On Thursday: How are Russians reacting to the government’s efforts call to draft 300,000 men into serving in the war in Ukraine? Share your thoughts. ow.ly/OTZx50L2z0g
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Some see Meloni’s win in the general election last month as part of the mainstreaming of right-wing populism in Europe. What do you think? What impact could it have for the rest of Europe? ow.ly/W8va50L1qlc
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Italian far-right politician Giorgia Meloni said voters had given her Brothers of Italy party a clear mandate to govern and that she would lead a government for all Italians. What is the appeal of the far-right to voters? ow.ly/GpJY50L1qeY
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On Wednesday: How will Italy's new far-right government change the country? Read more and tell us what you think: ow.ly/Hltk50L1qjP
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NOW: A recap of Brazil’s Sunday election and a look ahead to the Presidential runoff on October 30. Join the LIVE conversation on The Stream. ow.ly/U85E50L0kY1
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Brazilian presidential hopeful Lula failed to secure a win on Sunday despite leading the polls for months. Why do you think polling failed to capture the strength of President Jair Bolsonaro’s campaign?
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Right-wing incumbent Bolsonaro has openly questioned the legitimacy of Brazil’s voting machines for months, leading many to believe he will contest the election results if he loses. What role does misinformation play in the Brazilian presidential election?
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On Tuesday: Brazilians will head to the polls at the end of October to vote in a presidential runoff election after both major candidates failed to secure a majority needed for an outright win. ow.ly/luCi50L0kSP
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NOW: Has the war in Ukraine entered a new phase? We’ll hear how Ukrainians are dealing with the latest shifts in the conflict. Join the LIVE conversation on The Stream. ow.ly/rnUQ50KWssg
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Ukrainian President Zelenskyy outlined his five non-negotiable conditions to achieve peace with Russia, nearly seven months into the war that has seen thousands killed. How likely are peace talks at this point? ow.ly/hTGt50KWjhj
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On Thursday: The latest phase in the war in Ukraine. What questions or issues should we include in the discussion? ow.ly/6sM850KWspj
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NOW: The world’s worst famine in a century is expected to affect more than 7 million people - half of Somalia’s population. What can be done to help? Join the LIVE conversation on The Stream. ow.ly/h4ue50KPHxc
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Many advocates say that international help must go beyond immediate financial aid. As the Horn of Africa becomes warmer and drier, its people will need sustainable solutions that break the cycle of dependency. How can this be achieved? ow.ly/AEvu50KPHwy
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The UN has called for at least $1 billion in aid to help the nearly eight million Somalis at risk of famine-related deaths in the coming months. What are some of the challenges in getting aid to those who need it most? ow.ly/ginb50KPHv4
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The world's worst famine in a century is looming over parts of Somalia, and time is running out to save people there from starvation, the UN has warned. What can be done to help? Share your thoughts. ow.ly/CkMw50KPHsm
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