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Struggling With Lockdown, Schools Relearn Value of Older Tech: TV

Poor regions across the globe where internet access is scarce are turning to television to reach students. That strategy could also help in wealthy countries that have focused on online classes.
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Toronto Police to Pay $12.5 Million to Protesters Arrested During 2010 G-20 Summit

Brutal police tactics during the global meeting shocked many Canadians, led to 1,100 arrests and were found unlawful.
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Beaten Back, the Coronavirus Regains Strength in France

Faced with an increase in infections, especially among young adults, French health officials are expanding mask rules and warning against complacence.
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Covid-19 News: Live Updates

Bill de Blasio is the only big-city mayor planning some in-person learning for students. The Democratic National Convention opened with searing criticism of President Trump’s handling of the pandemic.
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Court Issuing Hariri Assassination Verdicts, but Few Expect Justice

Four men were tried in absentia in the Netherlands, accused of carrying out the 2005 bombing that killed Rafik Hariri, the former prime minister of Lebanon.
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Aleksandr Lukashenko, Belarus President, Is Jeered by Factory Workers

As even his base starts to desert him after protests over a rigged election were met with brutality, Aleksandr G. Lukashenko’s 26-year grip on power may be slipping.
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Eusebio Leal Spengler, Who Restored Old Havana, Dies at 77

His decades-long effort to preserve a capital’s colonial buildings turned a former slum into a tourist destination and capitalist success story.
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Polish Cleric Retires in Face of Cover-Up Accusations. It’s Not Enough, Critics Say.

Pope Francis accepted the resignation of Archbishop Slawoj Leszek Glodz of Poland, a move seen as a subtle rebuke. But far more is needed to address the abuse of children by priests, advocates say.
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Older Children and the Coronavirus: A New Wrinkle in the Debate

A new report from South Korea throws into question an earlier finding regarding transmission by older children.
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In Diplomatic Doubleheader, U.S. Seizes Iranian Fuel From Ships Headed to Venezuela

The high-seas handover blocked two diplomatic adversaries from evading American economic sanctions. Iran denied it was its fuel.
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U.N. Security Council Rejects U.S. Proposal to Extend Arms Embargo on Iran

The defeat underscored America’s deepening global isolation on Iran. But for the Trump administration, the vote could open a separate path to try to inflict maximum damage on Iran.
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Looking Behind Trump’s Latest Attack on Canada’s Aluminum Exports

We spoke with an economist in Washington about the U.S. president’s latest trade salvo against his neighboring trade partner.
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