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Japan Is Finding It Harder to Stay Quiet on China’s Abuse of Uyghurs

[ad_1] TOKYO — Last summer, Halmat Rozi, a Uyghur Muslim living in Japan, received

C.D.C.’s Travel OK for the Vaccinated Wins Industry Applause

[ad_1] The travel industry on Friday applauded new guidance from the Centers for Disease

Virginia Adults Eligible for Covid Vaccine on April 19

[ad_1] Virginia said it would allow residents 16 or older to begin getting vaccinated

London Police Officer Convicted of Membership in Neo-Nazi Group

[ad_1] LONDON — An officer in London’s main police force was convicted on Thursday

Italy Bans Cruise Liners From Venetian Lagoon, With a Catch

[ad_1] ROME — The coronavirus pandemic has kept most cruise ships docked. But the

Your Friday Briefing – The New York Times

[ad_1] [ad_1] We’re covering threats of virus resurgence around the world, and the convictions

Vaccinated Americans Can Travel, C.D.C. Says

[ad_1] The new advice adds to guidance issued in early March saying that fully

Volkswagen US chief takes blame for ‘Voltswagen’ debacle

[ad_1] [ad_1] The head of Volkswagen’s US business says he’ll be responsible for cleaning

U.K. Reports More Blood-Clotting Cases in People Who Received AstraZeneca Shot

[ad_1] Scientists said on Friday that the overall risk of the particular clotting events

As Pandemic Hits Colleges, Some Students Struggle for Food and Housing

[ad_1] Colleges around the country have been struggling under the shadow of the coronavirus,