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NY Times to move some staff from Hong Kong, citing new law

The New York Times says it will transfer some of its staff out of Hong Kong because of the uncertainties about practicing journalism in the Chinese territory under its new security law

Poland’s LGBT community feels fear and anger after election

Members of Poland’s LGBT community say they are feeling angry and afraid after President Andrzej Duda won re-election in a divisive and bitter campaign that cast their rights movement as a dangerous “ideology.”

Lockdowns reimposed in India as virus cases near 1 million

As India’s coronavirus caseload approaches 1 million, lockdowns are being reimposed in parts of the country as governments try to shield the health system from being overwhelmed

Many Zimbabweans sell goods from their cars in hard times

Cars have become mobile markets in Zimbabwe where enterprising residents are selling goods from their vehicles to cope with economic hardships caused by the coronavirus

Rules once lifted are reimposed to try to curb new outbreaks

Virus restrictions once lifted are being reimposed, shutting businesses and curbing people’s social lives as communities try to curb a disease resurgence before it spins out of control

Nissan rolls out new electric crossover, aims to boost image

Nissan is rolling out an electric crossover vehicle, the Japanese automaker’s first major all-new model since getting embroiled in the scandal surrounding its former chairman, Carlos Ghosn

Lives Lost: London’s Hackney Marshes will miss head referee

The best referees are largely invisible, keeping order unobtrusively and letting the players decide the game

Mexico’s president turns attention to cartel-plagued states

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is traveling to three of Mexico’s most violent states this week to combat what many have seen as a “hands-off” strategy toward drug cartels that has exacerbated tensions with state governors

Young activists, localists top Hong Kong pro-democracy polls

Young activists and localist candidates dominated Hong Kong’s unofficial pro-democracy primaries in which hundreds of thousands of people voted despite warnings the elections could violate the new security law

Poland’s narrow election has big consequences for its democratic future

To keep its grip on power, the Law and Justice party may have to keep grinding the ax of division.

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