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North Korean defectors explore the soul of a divided peninsula through art
A recent exhibition in Seoul of works by three defectors offered depictions of the confusion, longing and abandonment many feel after crossing to the other side.
   
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Coronavirus tests the limits of Russia’s surveillance state
Moscow held back on requiring digital bar codes to leave home, but other regions are pushing ahead with mobile tracking.
   
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Journalists threatened and detained as countries restrict coronavirus coverage
Governments on multiple continents are exploiting epidemic concerns to limit press freedom, especially when official accounts are challenged.
   
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Live updates: Surgeon general says coming week will ‘be our Pearl Harbor moment’; Queen Elizabeth II to speak in rare broadcast
Covid-19 deaths across the U.S. pushed past 9,200 — more than triple the toll of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Experts say the true count certainly higher.
   
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Work from home, they said. In Japan, it’s not so easy.
A rigid work culture and a technological blind spot leave Japan unprepared for the challenge of remote working.
   
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Queen reassures Britons of victory over coronavirus as health secretary begs them to stop sunbathing
A sunny Sunday in the United Kingdom brought out the picnickers — and mixed messages from leaders.
   
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Confirmed coronavirus cases top 300,000 in U.S. as Fauci stresses social distancing is ‘our most important tool’
A Washington Post investigation uncovered alarm and dismay among scientists at health labs about the Trump administration’s reliance on a flawed coronavirus test developed by the CDC, which was used for weeks as the virus began to spread across the United States.
   
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White House scrambles to scoop up medical supplies worldwide, angering Canada, Germany
German officials even accused the U.S. of piracy over a shipment of masks officials claimed was diverted to the U.S. in Thailand.
   
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Britain’s battered Labour Party picks Keir Starmer to succeed Jeremy Corbyn
Starmer takes the helm of Labour in a political landscape deeply changed by the fight against covid-19.
   
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Coronavirus chills protests from Chile to Hong Kong to Iraq, forcing activists to innovate
The pandemic is slamming the brakes on dreams of social change. Some movements are getting creative.
   
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Violence imperils coronavirus response in conflict zones around the world
Millions face a special risk in Africa, the Middle East and eastern Europe.
   
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People should wear cloth face coverings in public, CDC recommends, to reduce spread of coronavirus
With debate unfolding over the full scope of the coronavirus pandemic, Australia’s chief doctor said the global death toll was probably five to 10 times higher than official figures indicated, and China warned of the risk of a resurgence in domestic cases.
   
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Mapping the worldwide spread of the coronavirus
Since the coronavirus outbreak began in China, new cases have been confirmed in more than 100 countries, with thousands of cases reported in South Korea, Italy and Iran and hundreds in the United States.
   
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Chinese families should be sweeping graves now. But thousands still haven’t buried their dead.
China’s coronavirus death toll appears far higher than its official tally. Authorities are curtailing memorial services, denying many a proper chance to mourn loved ones.
   
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Mexican factories boost production of medical supplies for U.S. hospitals while country struggles with its own coronavirus outbreak
Officials ask manufacturers to reserve more supplies for domestic use. The makers say it’s not so easy.
   
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Coronavirus restrictions on religious gatherings prompt clashes between police, worshipers
In India and Pakistan, the devout pushed back on the curtailing of Friday prayers.
   
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Four weeks of Italy’s coronavirus lockdown, behind four apartment doors
The mood has darkened since Italians were singing from their balconies.
   
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Bodies lie in the streets of Guayaquil, Ecuador, emerging epicenter of the coronavirus in Latin America
The overwhelmed health system in Ecuador’s largest city could be a harbinger of worse to come in the developing world.
   
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Israel struggles to form government, even after rivals agree to join forces
No breakthrough has been reached more than a week after Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz announced a power partnership.
   
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European leaders warn coronavirus could lead to the breakup of their union
There’s been bitter infighting over medical supplies and the economic response.
   
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Taliban warn peace deal with US near breaking point
The Taliban say their peace deal with the United States was nearing a breaking point
   
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Rwanda finds genocide grave that could contain 30,000 bodies
A valley dam that authorities in Rwanda say could contain about 30,000 bodies has been discovered more than a quarter-century after the country’s genocide in which 800,000 people were killed
   
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Jerusalem’s Palm Sunday procession scaled back due to virus
This year’s traditional Palm Sunday procession in Jerusalem has been cancelled due to restrictions imposed to contain the spread of the coronavirus
   
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Gunmen kill Hezbollah member in southern Lebanon
Lebanese security officials say unknown gunmen fatally shot and stabbed a member of the militant Hezbollah group in southern Lebanon
   
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‘Complete collapse of economies’ ahead as Africa faces virus
The global economic crisis linked to the coronavirus could wipe out jobs for millions across the African continent, many who live hand-to-mouth with zero savings