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The number of lives lost to the virus is nearing 1 million, and new hot spots keep emerging. The U.S., Brazil, India and Mexico account for more than half of the total.
Coronavirus Live Updates: World Approaches One Million Deaths
With schools closed and families desperate for income, millions of children are being forced into work that is often dangerous, arduous and illegal.
The Rise of Child Labor in the Coronavirus Pandemic
Four people were killed by a hostage-taker at a kosher supermarket that year. Families and survivors who testified this past week said his callous anti-Semitism was still hard to process.
At Trial, Jewish Victims of 2015 Paris Attack Ask: Why the Hatred?
Fathers will be allowed 10 days of paid time off after voters endorsed a new law despite a conservative backlash that forced a referendum.
Switzerland Votes to Approve Paternity Leave
The governments of both countries reported action with tanks, military helicopters and artillery in a rapid escalation of a long-simmering conflict.
Fighting Flares Between Azerbaijan and Armenia
Former students are taking illegal and often dangerous jobs in India and other developing countries, potentially rolling back years of progress in social mobility and public health.
As Covid-19 Closes Schools, the World’s Children Go to Work
The U.S. is offering cash aid and promises to entice Sudan to recognize Israel before the American election, while the big prize, Saudi Arabia, remains out of reach.
Sudan Is Focus of U.S. Efforts to Improve Ties With Israel
A study offered an explanation for children’s ability to fight off the virus. The lockdown in Melbourne, Australia, is being further eased.
Leader of India Says Country’s Vaccine Industry Will ‘Help All Humanity’
At least six U.S. states reported records for new cases. The French Open is scaled back. A top Australian health official resigned amid questions about Melbourne’s second wave of infections.
Under 10 Percent of Americans Have Covid-19 Antibodies, Study Finds
It was far from clear that Republican and Democratic negotiators would be able to reach a deal. Rio de Janeiro’s annual Carnival parade will be delayed for the first time in decades.
Stalled Talks Over Covid-19 Stimulus in the U.S. Show Signs of Life
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