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During flooding in Kyushu last weekend, 14 people at one nursing home died. Evacuating the elderly during increasingly fierce weather disasters is a big challenge for Japan, the world's oldest society. https://t.co/reWlP9Be0S
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It was the third major explosion to have occurred between midnight and 3 a.m. over three consecutive weeks. The first two explosions occurred at key military and nuclear bases https://t.co/01azSTebve
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Canada’s Justin Trudeau faces another conflict-of-interest investigation, after it was revealed his mother and brother were paid for work with a charity his government just handpicked for a contract. https://t.co/X83xz1B5p0
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India recorded nearly 25,000 new coronavirus infections on Thursday, its highest single-day total, as new research showed that a key metric of virus transmission rate had increased for the first time in months. Follow our updates on the pandemic. 
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The W.H.O. has acknowledged unequivocally for the first time that the virus can be transmitted by people who do not have symptoms. https://t.co/Xc8F6kagaJ
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After a promising South Korean triathlete killed herself, her family released a diary and secret recordings in which she documented years of physical and psychological abuse at the hands of her team’s coach, doctor and 2 senior teammates https://t.co/z1UY0RNxes
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Notre-Dame in Paris will be rebuilt with a spire like the one destroyed in last year's fire, not a modern one, Presiden Emmanuel Macron said, bowing to public opinion and time pressure https://t.co/1YiuWlcdd5
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To counter a second coronavirus wave, President Vucic of Serbia announced a new lockdown. Protesters reacted with fury at his inconsistency, amid wider anger over his strongman leadership. https://t.co/UkzzbWa3Ef https://t.co/ywRZ6aKUh7
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The United States provided no evidence that its fatal January drone strike against General Suleimani was in response to an imminent threat, said a United Nations special rapporteur https://t.co/H7sBKp8X4f
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As the unfortunate example of Leicester, England, illustrates, subjecting one region to a lockdown while  others hurry back to pubs and jobs has proved to be a convoluted and divisive step — and illuminates the problems with a "Whack-a-Mole" strategy https://t.co/d8A0gXGHqq
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Some of the biggest pharma companies are creating a $1 billion fund to bolster struggling start-ups that are trying to develop new antibiotics to fight drug-resistant infections. https://t.co/bjFsERGyOU
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Australia will suspend its extradition agreement with Hong Kong because of the new national security law imposed by Beijing and extend temporary visas for Hong Kongers in the country, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said https://t.co/Nl47ruHKQq
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A man living in Vienna said on TV that there was a price on his head, and he was an informer for the authorities about Russian murder-for-hire plots. He was killed last weekend. https://t.co/WVjYkpzNew
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Finally home in the United States after being held for three years in a Turkish prison, Serkan Golge, a NASA scientist, is still dismayed  by attempts to tie him to a 2016 coup.  https://t.co/USXUB7YdBb
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As the unfortunate example of Leicester, England, illustrates, subjecting one region to a lockdown while  others hurry back to pubs and jobs has proved to be a convoluted and divisive step — and illuminates the problems with a "Whack-a-Mole" strategy https://t.co/6TEok2rGQU
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A climate challenge for Japan, the world's oldest society: how to safely evacuate residents during increasingly fierce weather disasters https://t.co/yhxjCvkaTp
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“There’s a lot of buzz around the destruction of monuments,” a Berlin-based American artist said after a statue of the first lady was burned near her Slovenian hometown https://t.co/ZKeO8CY4f9
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A Trump administration directive that would force many international students to leave the U.S. has the potential to upend over a million lives https://t.co/ef0H9Qo04A
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Intensifying floods and landslides in Japan are a danger to all residents, but particularly to the elderly who live in isolated villages and have difficulties evacuating during weather disasters https://t.co/lxREm3Xya5
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Thousands of Serbs demonstrated for a second consecutive night in response to President Vucic’s management of the coronavirus crisis and wider concerns over the state of democracy in Serbia. https://t.co/CbhVNZWeJR
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