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The far-right leader has spent months downplaying the severity of COVID-19 even as cases surge in Brazil.
Coronavirus outbreaks in Australia and Europe highlight how the shift from broad national restrictions to specific local lockdowns hits poor communities hardest.
Social media platforms and messaging apps are balking at the possibility of providing user data to Hong Kong authorities.
Mohamed Amashah, 24, was arrested after standing alone in Cairo’s Tahrir Square with a sign that read: “Freedom for all the political prisoners.”
The Brazilian president said he was tested for COVID-19 after local media reported he had symptoms of the virus.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also discussed Britain owning up to its colonial past.
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The reopening of pubs, restaurants, and other establishments marks the U.K’s biggest step toward normality since the coronavirus lockdown began in March.
At least 10 doctors and six journalists have been arrested since the virus first hit Egypt in February, according to rights groups.
Iranian officials had downplayed the fire, which could set back the country's development of advanced centrifuge models.