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Joao Silva/The New York Times
The Next Challenge to Vaccinating Africa: Overcoming Skepticism
Vaccines are finally available in many African countries, but some people there, as well as in South Asia, are wary of taking them.

By Lynsey Chutel and Max Fisher

Published on : Wed Dec 01 2021

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AfricaSouth AfricaIndia
Bryan Anselm for The New York Times

Published on : Wed Dec 01 2021

Mark Makela for The New York Times
In China, Buying That Toy Gun Could Get You Arrested
San Cheng bought toy guns online as props for video game design. Then the police arrived, and he was jailed under China’s strict but messy gun laws.

By Chris Buckley and Raymond Zhong

Published on : Wed Dec 01 2021

worldasia
ChinaAlibaba Group Holding LtdTaobao
See Where Covid Is Surging Across Europe
The discovery of the Omicron variant adds further pressure to an already buckling continent.

By

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

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Europe
Ivor Prickett for The New York Times
E.U. Interpreter Says Greece Expelled Him to Turkey in Migrant Roundup
The man’s story echoes complaints from human-rights groups that Greek authorities often expel asylum seekers indiscriminately and violently.

By Matina Stevis-Gridneff

Published on : Wed Dec 01 2021

worldeurope
European UnionFrontex
Daniel Leal/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Looking Again at Amy Winehouse, 10 Years After Her Death
In “Amy: Beyond the Stage,” the Design Museum in London explores — and tries to somewhat reframe — the “Back to Black” singer’s life and legacy.

By Desiree Ibekwe

Published on : Wed Dec 01 2021

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London (England)Design Museum (London, England)Winehouse, Amy
Joao Silva/The New York Times
Omicron Variant, in at Least 20 Nations, Spread Earlier Than Was Known
With evidence growing that a worrisome new coronavirus variant is highly contagious, health officials issued warnings that vulnerable people should not travel.

By Richard Pérez-Peña

Published on : Wed Dec 01 2021

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South AfricaEuropeWorld Health OrganizationCenters for Disease Control and Prevention
Kim Ludbrook/EPA, via Shutterstock
How 2 Flights to Europe May Have Spurred Spread of New Variant
A confounding array of Covid rules and lax enforcement of mask wearing may have sent infected passengers on two KLM flights from South Africa on to “who knows where.”

By Jason Horowitz

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

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Amsterdam (Netherlands)NetherlandsSouth AfricaKLM Royal Dutch AirlinesSchiphol AirportWorld Health Organization
Andy Rain/EPA, via Shutterstock
Amid Variant Fears, U.K. Discovers Limits to Its Virus Strategy
Britain’s approach to coronavirus-related restrictions has been looser than other European countries, but the Omicron variant has spurred swift action on mitigation measures.

By Mark Landler and Megan Specia

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

worldeurope
Great BritainConservative Party (Great Britain)Javid, Sajid (1969- )Johnson, BorisSpector, Tim (1958- )
Atul Loke for The New York Times
Weak Recovery Leaves India’s Middle Class Anxious and Frugal
Covid-19 essentially robbed the country of more than a year of badly needed economic growth. That’s lost ground that cannot be regained quickly.

By Karan Deep Singh

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

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India
Demetrius Freeman for The New York Times
China’s Silence on Peng Shuai Shows Limits of Beijing’s Propaganda
Officials have struggled to respond to a sexual assault allegation that hits at the heights of its buttoned-up political system.

By Amy Qin and Paul Mozur

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

worldasia
ChinaCommunist Party of ChinaWeibo CorporationPeng ShuaiZhang GaoliXi JinpingZhao Lijian
Julien De Rosa/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Josephine Baker Becomes First Black Woman Inducted Into France’s Tomb of Heroes
President Emmanuel Macron hailed the American-born dancer and French resistance fighter as a symbol of unity in a time of sharp division.

By Roger Cohen

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

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FranceParis (France)Pantheon (Paris, France)Empire State Building (Manhattan, NY)Baker, Josephine (1906-75)Macron, Emmanuel (1977- )
Umit Bektas/Reuters
‘Our Money Has No Value’: Frustration Rises in Turkey at Lira Crisis
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s insistence on directing monetary policy and sticking with low interest rates is draining confidence, economists say.

By Carlotta Gall

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

worldeurope
Nationalist Movement Party (Turkey)Erdogan, Recep Tayyip
Daniel Cole/Associated Press
Éric Zemmour, Far-Right Pundit, Makes French Presidential Run Official
After months of speculation, Mr. Zemmour, an anti-immigration writer and right-wing television star, said he was running in the presidential elections next year to “save” France.

By Aurelien Breeden and Constant Méheut

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

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FranceCNews (Canal Plus Sa)Zemmour, Eric
Sebastian Kahnert/DPA, via Associated Press
Germany’s incoming chancellor wants vaccinations to be mandatory.
Mainstream German politicians have long dismissed the idea of a vaccine mandate, but are rethinking the issue as cases rise.

By Christopher F. Schuetze

Published on : Wed Dec 01 2021

world
GermanyScholz, Olaf (1958- )
Jeremie Souteyrat for The New York Times
Britain’s theatergoers cover up again, after months without masks.
Encouragements to mask up are hardening into mandates. But the new rules are coming from the playhouses, not the government.

By Alex Marshall

Published on : Wed Dec 01 2021

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London (England)Stratford-upon-Avon (England)EnglandOld Vic TheaterEnglish National OperaRoyal National TheaterRoyal Opera HouseRoyal Shakespeare CoLloyd Webber, Andrew
Joao Silva/The New York Times
Africa, Far Behind on Vaccines
Every other continent is ahead.

By David Leonhardt

Published on : Wed Dec 01 2021

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Gbemiga Olamikan/Associated Press
Nigeria is the latest African country to detect the Omicron variant.
The West African country reported at least three cases in recent travelers. It also initially said it had found an Omicron case from October, a statement it later withdrew.

By Abdi Latif Dahir and Ben Ezeamalu

Published on : Wed Dec 01 2021

worldafrica
NigeriaAfrica
Maria Magdalena Arrellaga for The New York Times
Trust in Science and Scientists Increased Globally, Poll Finds
An international survey found that the pandemic had enhanced public faith in researchers and science, up from 2018.

By Sabrina Imbler

Published on : Wed Dec 01 2021

science
United StatesChinaEast AsiaEastern EuropeLatin AmericaSoutheast AsiaWellcome Trust
Remko De Waal/ANP, via Agence France-Presse
Your Wednesday Briefing
Omicron moves across Europe.

By Natasha Frost

Published on : Wed Dec 01 2021

briefing
Ringo H.W. Chiu/Associated Press
LeBron James enters N.B.A. health and safety protocols.
Comments from Anthony Davis indicated James has tested positive for the coronavirus, which could keep him out for 10 days.

By Tania Ganguli

Published on : Wed Dec 01 2021

world
Los Angeles LakersNational Basketball AssnJames, LeBron
Jose Cabezas/Reuters
Xiomara Castro Edges Closer to Honduran Presidency as Opponent Concedes
The outcome appeared to be a repudiation of the National Party’s 12-year rule, marked by corruption and the dismantling of democratic institutions.

By The Associated Press

Published on : Wed Dec 01 2021

worldamericas
HondurasCastro, XiomaraAsfura, Nasry
Stephanie Keith/Getty Images
A federal judge blocks Biden’s vaccine mandate for U.S. health workers.
The ruling is a setback for the administration’s effort to require vaccination for hospital and nursing home workers, which had been set to start next week.

By Azi Paybarah and Reed Abelson

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

world
United StatesLouisianaBiden, Joseph R JrDoughty, Terry ALandry, Jeffrey Martin
Siphiwe Sibeko/Reuters
South African Company Nears License to Sell J. & J. Covid Shot Across Africa
The new agreement makes Aspen Pharmacare the first African company to market a Covid vaccine on the continent. But it stops short of allowing Aspen to make the ingredients in the vaccine.

By Stephanie Nolen

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

health
AfricaSouth AfricaJohnson & JohnsonAspen Pharmacare
Peter Dejong/Associated Press
Your Wednesday Briefing
The Omicron variant was in Europe at least a week ago.

By Melina Delkic

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

briefing
The New York Times
How do you say ‘Omicron’?
Unlike Alpha, Beta and Delta, the name of the latest known variant is not as straightforward, with some English speakers offering up diverse pronunciations.

By Christine Hauser

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

world
Merriam-Webster Inc
Dan Kitwood/Getty Images
England tightens restrictions as more Omicron cases found.

By Megan Specia and Mark Landler

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

worldeurope
Denis Farrell/Associated Press
Omicron: What Is Known — and Still Unknown
Intense research into the new coronavirus variant first identified in southern Africa has just begun. World leaders have urged people not to panic — and to get vaccinated, if they can.

By Andrew Jacobs

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

health
World Health Organization
Pool photo by Frank Rumpenhorst
ISIS Fighter Convicted in Death of Enslaved 5-Year-Old Girl
In a trial held in Germany, the man was sentenced to life in prison for the death of the Yazidi girl, whom he allowed to die of thirst in Falluja, Iraq.

By Christopher F. Schuetze

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

worldeurope
Falluja (Iraq)GermanyIraqIslamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS)
Prakash Mathema/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Nepal’s embattled chief justice tests positive for the virus, amid broad political disarray.

By Bhadra Sharma

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

worldasia
Alexandros Avramidis/Reuters
Greece makes vaccines mandatory for people 60 or older, with fines for not complying.
It is the latest European nation to announce restrictions on the unvaccinated, as the country tries to stem a surge.

By Niki Kitsantonis

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

worldeurope
GreeceEuropean UnionMitsotakis, Kyriakos
Kim Won Jin/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Covax sets aside vaccine doses for North Korea.

By Jin Yu Young

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

worldasia
Nicole Craine for The New York Times
Fighting Racism, Quietly
The Ahmaud Arbery trial offers lessons for American politics.

By David Leonhardt

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

briefing
Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images
Barbados, Formally Casting Off the Queen, Becomes a Republic
The island nation swore in its first president, ending nearly 400 years of British rule. Prince Charles and Rihanna were on hand to witness the ceremony.

By Livia Albeck-Ripka

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

worldamericas
BarbadosGreat BritainMason, Sandra Prunella (1949- )Charles, Prince of WalesElizabeth II, Queen of Great BritainRihanna
David Gray/Getty Images
‘Like Fresh Meat’: Detailing Rampant Sex Harassment in Australia’s Parliament
A sweeping report lays out a cloistered, alcohol-fueled environment where powerful men violated boundaries unchecked.

By Yan Zhuang

Published on : Tue Nov 30 2021

worldaustralia
AustraliaHiggins, BrittanyMorrison, Scott (1968- )Jenkins, Kate (1968- )

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