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Every year a slew of new emoji is designed, proposed and introduced.
2016 gave us a more diverse range of people and the facepalm emoji is imminent as part of Unicode 9.0.
Decisions about which emoji should be created are decided by the Unicode Consortium, and the organisation has updated its shortlist consolidated proposal for 2017's emoji.
The new list has 51 emoji that could be "accepted for encoding in Unicode 10.0".
Within the 51 new emoji, there are the usual food updates that seem to come with each iteration of the characters.