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Live Coronavirus Updates: NPR

EU Ambassador to China Nicholas Chapua said it was “regrettable” that a Chinese newspaper had deleted a key phrase about the coronavirus from EU officials. Jason Lee / Reuters hide caption switch inscription Jason Lee / Reuters EU Ambassador to China Nicholas Chapua said it was “regrettable” that a Chinese newspaper had deleted a key phrase about the coronavirus from …

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Kaylee McEnnani called Trump’s comment “racist”, “hated” and “not the American way” in 2015.

Before becoming a prominent pro-Trump commentator during his first campaign, McEnnany said it was “unfortunate” and “inauthentic” to be called a Republican. McEnany made the comments in a series of panels for CNN and Fox Business. McEnany, then a Republican writer and Harvard law student, will continue to defend Trump as a CNN contributor during the 2016 presidential election. After …

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Coronavirus: Trump has twice ignored the help of aides to China

President Donald Trump rejected suggestions from aides who suggested he press Chinese President Xi Jinping on coronavirus transparency in January, a month when Trump praised Xi. His administration continues to accuse China of withholding critical information about the pandemic. Trump has twice rejected advice twice to push the sensitive issue with China, an economic rival in which the coronavirus epidemic …

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LIVE LIVE Coronavirus News: The latest on the outbreak of covid-19

What do we actually know about the origin of the coronavirus? In the absence of crucial information on how the new coronavirus started, many theories have gained traction – one is that the virus accidentally escaped from a laboratory in Wuhan, China. But does the evidence support this origin story? The fact-finding talks with several scientists and researchers about what, …

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The Senate has failed to overturn Trump’s veto on Iran’s military

The Senate failed on Thursday to repeal President Trump’s veto of legislation that would limit his ability to unilaterally launch military action against Iran without congressional permission. The Senate needed two-thirds of the majority, but came out with 49-44 votes, which means that Trump’s veto position has been imposed. Seven PG senators joined the Democrats. Trump vetoed a resolution on …

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How countries return children to school

How the pandemic changed education Novice Buddhist monks wear face shields at the Molilokayaram Educational Institute in Bangkok, Thailand, on April 15. How the pandemic changed education A student received his diploma on May 6 during a graduation ceremony at Bradley-Bourbonne Community High School in Bradley, Illinois. Due to the social distancing mandates created by the state, the graduates received …

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VE Day: World War II ended in Europe 75 years ago

“Brad,” Eisenhower said. “Everything is over.” Nazi Germany surrendered at 2:41 am. The tragedy of World War II in Europe is over. It was May 7, 1945, Thursday, seventy-five years ago. Bradley stood up, went to the map, and wrote the notation “D + 335” – 335 days since the Allied troops went ashore in Normandy on D-Day, writes historian …

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Coronavirus Updates in the World – The New York Times

The US is tripling its request for help in dealing with the virus. The United Nations has tripled its appeal of humanitarian aid Thursday to help the most vulnerable countries at risk of a coronavirus pandemic, from what was originally sought six weeks ago to $ 6.7 billion now. The enormous extension of the appeal, announced by Mark Lowcock, a …

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