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Sorry, the World’s Biggest Bike Maker Can’t Help You Buy a Bike Right Now

The pandemic has created a bicycle boom — and a shortage. Giant, the Taiwanese juggernaut, is trying to meet demand while navigating the politics of trade.
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Quiet Reflections on the Enchanting Italian Village of Panicale

Pensive after the loss of a friend, a photographer finds solace — and instruction — on a trip to the central Italian region of Umbria.
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Is Herd Immunity Ahead of Schedule?

And what else you need to know today.
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Trump’s Attacks on TikTok and WeChat Could Further Fracture the Internet

The president’s restrictions on Chinese tech may be part of an eye-for-an-eye logic called reciprocity. The price could be a global patchwork of online fiefs.
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U.S. Tries to Bolster Taiwan’s Status, Short of Recognizing Sovereignty

President Trump prefers a robust relationship with authoritarian China to one with democratic Taiwan. But other American officials aim to strengthen U.S.-Taiwan ties.
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New Zealand Election, Japan’s Economy, Belarus: Your Tuesday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know.
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Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill canceled in-person learning a week into the semester.
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U.K. Backs Down in A-Level Testing Debacle Tied to Coronavirus

With students unable to sit for college exams during the pandemic, the government tried guessing how they might do. It did not go well.
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‘I Was Selling Honey to Survive.’ Then Mel Gibson Threatened to Sue.

A single mother in Chile began selling organic honey from home during quarantine, using the actor’s name as a play on words. His lawyer was not amused.
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Canada Finance Minister Quits Post Amid Charity Scandal

Bill Morneau insisted his stepping down was not related to a conflict-of-interest controversy that has embroiled him and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada.
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Belarus, Coronavirus, A-Levels: Your Tuesday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know.
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Court Set to Issue 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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