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While emoji have been around since the late 1990s on Japanese keyboards, they went mainstream around the world in 2010 with Unicode 6.0. And, in most of the years since then, the Unicode Consortium (the organization that officially oversees them) has kept on adding more.
In its 2019 batch of new emoji (known as Emoji 12.0), Unicode approved more diverse people, places, and things. The release includes 59 new individual emoji.
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