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BigP  87 Days
One worker who spoke to The Times and went by the name Ranju, said that he came close to suicide when he was forced to "drink from the cattle trough and eat scraps left for the hens".
46 year old Ranju, an immigrant from Punjab, said:
“The owner beat me, showed me his gun and told me, ‘I’m with the mafia, and if you ever talk I will bury you in a ditch where your body will never be found’.” 

 Ranju is among about 22,000 other Sikhs who pick fruits and vegetables on farms around the city of Latina - many of whom are now starting to fight back against "slave-like" treatment by farmers, many of whom have mafia backing.





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BigP  35 Days
Spoiling the latest installment in Greta's carefully crafted "martyr" narrative, Deutsche Bahn - Germany's state railway company - chimed in and reminded Thunberg and her millions of followers, that she actually had a seat in First Class. 

 The company Tweeted: "Dear #Greta, thank you for supporting our railway in the fight against climate change! We are happy that you travelled with us in the ICE 174. And that with 100 percent eco electricity. It would have been even better if you had also mentioned how friendly and competent the team looked after you in your seat in First Class."