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India is reimposing restrictions as outbreaks spread. Kansas sees record surges, but keeps the data opaque. Other countries have shown that school reopenings do not necessarily lead to outbreaks.
Coronavirus Live Updates: U.S. and World News
Tens of thousands took to the streets in Russia’s usually somnolent hinterland after the arrest of a popular regional governor.
Protests Rock Russian Far East With Calls for Putin to Resign
“That’s a heck of a birthday party to recall,” said Chief Commissioner Shane Patton of the Victoria police. Officers were led to a house where they found people hiding in the backyard, garage and under beds.
KFC Birthday Party Costs $18,000 in Covid-19 Fines in Australia
Considered a Korean War hero by the U.S. and South Korean militaries, he was a deeply divisive figure at home. Many also saw him as a traitor who collaborated with Japanese colonizers.
Paik Sun-yup, South Korea’s First Four-Star General, Dies at 99
The Brazilian model, who is in the magazine’s swimsuit issue, was also the first transgender woman to work for Victoria’s Secret and grace the cover of Vogue magazine.
Valentina Sampaio Is the First Transgender Model for Sports Illustrated
The attack may have been motivated by a feud between church members, the police said.
5 Killed in Hostage Crisis at Church in South Africa
Over the past two decades, inequality in Latin America had fallen to the lowest point in its recorded history. The pandemic threatens to reverse that. We traveled 1,000 miles across Colombia to document this critical moment.
In Latin America, the Pandemic Threatens Equality Like Never Before
The shooting last month of Hachalu Hundessa, a hero to young Ethiopians calling for reform, was followed by unrest in which hundreds of people were killed.
Ethiopia Announces Arrests in Prominent Singer’s Killing
China’s leaders have pushed the territory to revamp an education system they see as having bred young rebels who have helped drive pro-democracy protests.
Hong Kong Security Law Helps China Tighten Grip Over Schools
A tempest over the band Blackpink’s use of a Hindu god in a video was the latest example of K-pop fans holding artists to account — while staying fiercely loyal.
Hindu God in a K-Pop Video? Blackpink Runs Afoul of Fans
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