We looked inside some of the tweets by @HavoviCooper and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Tragic scene in Hidalgo, Mexico after a fuel pipeline blast killed nearly 66 people. @chitalomericano is at the scene for @Reuters @ReutersTV and says some bodies are so badly charred that they're 'just a pile of ash and bones':
Maduro offers few fresh ideas as Venezuela’s economy circles the drain. Our story from today. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-venezuela-politics/venezuelas-maduro-to-announce-economic-measures-as-new-term-starts-idUSKCN1P81RN …
"Maduro’s proposals included a 300 percent minimum wage hike, dialogue with business leaders, and increased use of an inexistent state-backed cryptocurrency."
With pomp and show, Nicolas Maduro was sworn-in today as President of Venezuela. But, critics question the legitimacy of his power says @brianpablo10 who was at the inauguration for @ReutersTV @Reuters
A big thank you to reuters for coming over and interviewing me on their piece about generation Z and influencers (and for making Zeus a Star🌟)🤗 I hope you like this clip and if you want to… https://www.instagram.com/p/BsGwMIyAH27/?utm_source=ig_twitter_share&igshid=60a57k6hosq9 …
Religion, especially Christianity, is waning in influence among Generation Z
In the latest segment of 'The Z Factor' find out why Generation Z is losing its religion: https://reut.rs/2rUpEum Interviews with @caracatholic @Jonathan_Morrow @frankiefreds @alexmcfarland @BobThurman
When the Fed taps the brakes on the world's biggest economy, as it is poised to do again this week, @jonathanspicer says everyone feels it – from Wall Street traders to a toy seller in Jakarta.
Some gorgeous and diverse photos from @Reuters photogs covering religion around the world
Inside Venezuela’s new ID card program: Using servers from China’s ZTE, Maduro’s government is creating a database that citizens fear will identify who supports the government – and who doesn’t https://reut.rs/2FmR2uK via @ReutersTV
A Reuters investigation into how Chinese telecoms giant ZTE is helping Venezuela build a system that monitors citizen behavior through a new ID card, known as the “fatherland card". @AABerwick reports from Caracas in this VIDEO: https://reut.tv/2RROg1R @Reuters @ReutersTV