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We looked inside some of the tweets by @cnni and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
23 minutes
Average replies
16
Average retweets
35
Average likes
139
Tweets with photos
11 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

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7. globally and in category TV Channels

18. in category TV Channels

19. globally and in category Media

33. globally

41. in category Media

299. worldwide

The US Justice Department has formally rescinded the Trump administration's controversial "zero tolerance" policy that called for the criminal prosecution of adults crossing the border and led to the separation of thousands of families https://t.co/QPe6nek2on

Winston, an elderly silverback gorilla at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in California, has recovered from Covid-19 after receiving monoclonal antibody therapy and other treatments https://t.co/Bkuecpfdyd

US President Biden has signed a flurry of executive orders, actions and memorandums aimed at rapidly addressing the coronavirus pandemic and dismantling many of former President Trump’s policies. See them all here. https://t.co/Fi3gYXaBkE

A US federal judge in Texas has temporarily blocked the Biden administration's pause on deportations, delivering a blow to one of the administration's first immigration actions https://t.co/5KEaJEnb0i

The world has now surpassed 100 million confirmed coronavirus cases. The US makes up almost a quarter of cases, and the global death toll is more than 2 million. https://t.co/YUmFh9L1HE

Antony Blinken, the newly confirmed US secretary of state, has worked with Joe Biden for almost 20 years, and many describe him as having the closest personal relationship with the President of anybody in the Cabinet https://t.co/aSyvySMSne

In a world in which American corporations can no longer maintain a sense of detached indifference, Brian Chesky and Airbnb must increasingly wrangle with politics and power beyond what a company like Airbnb would usually have to deal with https://t.co/PnJhtonVud

A number of competitors in Melbourne under strict quarantine have complained about their situation and lack of practice time ahead of the tournament. Whilst Nadal appreciates the situation is far from ideal, he urged players to have a "wider perspective." https://t.co/2JhIh62N85

Former Paris Saint-Germain manager Thomas Tuchel joins Chelsea on a 18-month contract with the possibility of an extension. https://t.co/mFlFaiT5DK

Is it so very wrong to let off a bit of steam? https://t.co/atx01A0Mpd

The Met said it launched an investigation after the force received an allegation earlier this month that "a number of officers had their hair cut by a professional barber while at Bethnal Green police station." https://t.co/ci8sSduTJI

1. Cursing may be a sign of intelligence 2. Swearing may be a sign of honesty 3. Profanity improves pain tolerance https://t.co/emUnqoJH7J

Prime Minister Boris Johnson made no admission of mistakes in his response, but his government has been slow to respond, failed to get an adequate contact-tracing system running and is just now discussing tough border controls. https://t.co/gFUTjOqVJT

Dr. Fauci says he was extremely worried by Trump's dangerous suggestion in April that ingesting disinfectant could possibly be used to treat Covid-19. "I just said, 'Oh my goodness gracious.' I could just see what's going to happen," Fauci said. https://t.co/k0A2B7TwKT

The race is heating up to produce the first supersonic passenger aircraft to enter commercial service in more than 50 years. https://t.co/llPjiP6hhT

Increases in air pollution are linked to an increased risk of irreversible sight loss, according to a new study. https://t.co/of0nkfrKC4

Why swearing is a sign of intelligence, helps manage pain and more https://t.co/BddGF3i9O6 https://t.co/ft8WrBlZ44

Why swearing is a sign of intelligence, helps manage pain and more https://t.co/BddGF3i9O6 https://t.co/ft8WrBlZ44

The famous Centre Pompidou, a sprawling modernist complex in central Paris that houses one of the world's leading art museums, is set to close from 2023 to 2026 for maintenance work, the French government has announced. https://t.co/eh5txzmT2i

Dogs likely migrated to the Americas with humans over 15,000 years ago, study says https://t.co/hnrObGXaBr https://t.co/pGqlE9Mc4s

Dogs likely migrated to the Americas with humans over 15,000 years ago, study says https://t.co/hnrObGXaBr https://t.co/pGqlE9Mc4s

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