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Advocate Reveals The Plight Of Migrant Workers In Italy

The pandemic has revealed how dependent Italians are on migrant farm workers. The new documentary, Invisible, profiles a migrant champion as he raises the awareness of their plight.

Coronavirus Cases Across Asia Are Again On The Rise

Parts of Asia that seemed to have COVID-19 under control have witnessed fresh outbreaks. China, Japan and Vietnam, which had few or no cases in the past month or so, are seeing a resurgence.

Trump Administration Imposes Deadline For TikTok To Be Sold

The U.S. operation of video-sharing app TikTok is on the market. President Trump says the company that owns the app has to sell it by next month or he will ban it over national security concerns.

Sales Of ‘Settlers Of Catan’ Skyrocket During Coronavirus Crisis

As the coronavirus pandemic drags on, many people are once again passing the time with board games — and turning to a wildly popular classic from Germany.

‘We Have Made Mistakes’: Norway Cruise Company Reports COVID-19 Outbreak

Health officials worry the ship may have spread the coronavirus along Norway’s coastline, according to reports.

‘I Was Asked If I Stole My Car’: Black Diplomats Describe Harassment At U.S. Borders

Former diplomat Tianna Spears says she was pulled aside 20-plus times crossing from Mexico into the U.S. “One time, I was told not to look at the officer in the eyes when I spoke to him,” she says.

Airline Food For Sale. No Plane Ticket Required

“Chicken or beef?” A leading Israeli airline food company, which is struggling with most flights grounded, is selling its meals to the public as a low-cost delivery option during the pandemic.

South Africa Has One Of The World’s Largest Caseloads Despite A Slow Pandemic Start

South Africa — once a model for an effective coronavirus response — is now the country with the fifth-largest caseload in the world.

Scientists Discover New Lemur Species

Scientists have discovered and described a new species of mouse lemur from Madagascar. The new species is one of the smallest primates in the world.

Former King of Spain To Leave The Country Amid Investigation Into Financial Scandals

The former king of Spain, Juan Carlos, says he is leaving the country to “preserve his legacy and personal dignity” as he faces an investigation into a series of financial scandals.

WHO Chief Warns ‘There Might Never Be’ A Silver Bullet For Coronavirus

Vaccine candidates are in advanced clinical trials, and WHO’s director-general expresses hope they will be effective. But until then, he said, the world is reliant on “the basics” of disease control.

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