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New York Times - World

Opposition Candidate Wins Dominican Republic Presidential Vote -- The candidate, Luis Rodolfo Abinader, a businessman who has never held elected office, ended a 16-year hold on the presidency by a center-left party in the Caribbean nation. -- The Associated Press

16 hours ago

Pilots Were Once in Short Supply. Now They're Losing Their Jobs. -- Before the pandemic, airlines worried about not being able to replace retiring baby boomers. Eager recruits expect to bear the brunt of layoffs. -- Niraj Chokshi

16 hours ago

In Russia, They Tore Down Lots of Statues, but Little Changed

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Coronavirus Live Updates: Testing Demand in U.S. Soars, Creating a New Crisis

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TikTok to Withdraw From Hong Kong as Tech Giants Halt Data Requests

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Bolsonaro Takes New Coronavirus Test After Attending Lunch Without Mask

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Laid Off and Locked Up: Virus Traps Domestic Workers in Arab States

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Virus Revives Italy's Age-Old Shadow Safety Net: The Pawnshop

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Britain, Charting Its Own Course on Human Rights, Imposes New Sanctions

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Won't Cross the Border for Washington Summit

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'He's Buying Up Brixton': Beloved Grocer's Eviction Sparks Gentrification Fight

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Are Protests Dangerous? What Experts Say May Depend on Who's Protesting What

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As the Virus Surged, Florida Partied. Tracking the Revelers Has Been Tough.

22 hours ago

Our Cash-Free Future Is Getting Closer

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Congress Eyes More Spending as Virus Cases Surge and Economy Struggles

4 days ago

Fauci Paints a Dire Picture

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When Your Restaurant's Star Dish Is Blamed for Spreading Coronavirus

3 months ago

Rome's Homeless Don't Have the Luxury of Staying Home

3 months ago

'The Face of the Coronavirus': A Hong Kong Student Shunned in Italy

4 months ago

Making a Plague Movie, With Coronavirus on the Doorstep

4 months ago

He Drove Her to the Hospital. She Gave Him the Coronavirus.

4 months ago

Where the Police Wear Masks, and the Bodies Pile Up Fast

4 months ago

He Was One of Mexico's Deadliest Assassins. Then He Turned on His Cartel.

4 months ago

How American Gun Laws Are Fueling Jamaica's Homicide Crisis

4 months ago

Women Are Fleeing Death at Home. The U.S. Wants to Keep Them Out.

4 months ago

Inside Gang Territory in Honduras: 'Either They Kill Us or We Kill Them.'

4 months ago

Eating Thai Fruit Demands Serious Effort but Delivers Sublime Reward

14 days ago

In Iraq, a New Prime Minister Takes Stock of His Bloodied Land

21 days ago

In an English City, an Early Benefactor Is Now 'a Toxic Brand'

22 days ago

In Every Corner of Bangkok, Spirits Need a Home and Maybe a Strawberry Fanta

24 days ago

Europe Resurfaces to Find Odd Mix of the Familiar and the Alien

26 days ago

Why Isn't the 'Southern Strategy' Working? -- And what else you need to know today. -- David Leonhardt

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A Bird? A Plane? No, It's a Google Balloon Beaming the Internet -- A commercial deal in Kenya marks the first application of balloon-powered internet in Africa, the region with the lowest percentage of internet users globally. -- Abdi Latif Dahir

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U.K. Sanctions, Facebook, Jair Bolsonaro: Your Tuesday Briefing -- Here's what you need to know. -- Isabella Kwai

7 hours ago

Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today -- Evidence continues to build around the risks of transmission at places like bars, restaurants and parties. -- Jonathan Wolfe -- Lara Takenaga

2 hours ago

Airborne Coronavirus: What You Should Do Now -- How to protect yourself from a virus that may be floating indoors? Better ventilation, for starters. And keep wearing those masks. -- Apoorva Mandavilli

12 hours ago

Facebook, Israel's outbreak, Uighurs: Your Tuesday Briefing -- Here's what you need to know. -- Melina Delkic

13 hours ago

Guide - In Her Words: 7 Issues, 7 Days - Learn about seven next-to-invisible inequities that women in the U.S. face every day. By - Francesca Donner

16 hours ago

Europe's Roma Already Faced Discrimination. The Pandemic Made It Worse. -- Roma people in a Bulgarian town are barred from leaving their neighborhood. Officials cite a medical risk, but residents and advocates say it's yet another form of bigotry. -- Patrick Kingsley -- Boryana Dzhambazova

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