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The EU's top court ruled that the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland had violated their obligations by refusing to take in their fair share of asylum seekers at the height of the refugee crisis in 2015 nyti.ms/39z9Lgw
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A Pakistani court found that a British-born militant was responsible for the American journalist Daniel Pearl's 2002 abduction, but not for his murder nyti.ms/2R3obPy
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Borders have been shut, planes idled, cruise ships docked, tour buses parked and hotels, restaurants, bars, theaters and museums shuttered. The global travel and tourism industry is in crisis. nyti.ms/2wYMPd4
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Britain resisted a lockdown, but now that it’s here, the police are enforcing it with drones, shaming, and a zealous crackdown on chocolate Easter eggs (“nonessential”). ⁦@_StephenCastlenytimes.com/2020/04/01/wor…
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Scientists have persuaded 2 million Britons and 150,000 Israelis to fill out quick surveys about their symptoms, to try to get ahead of the coronavirus. The United States is next. nyti.ms/2UBI429
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Morning Briefing, Europe edition: Here’s what you need to know to start your day nyti.ms/39DXZkO
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Iran has been devastated by the coronavirus and says that American sanctions have prevented it from buying crucial medical equipment nyti.ms/39xoJU5
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Scientists on 3 continents have launched mass population surveys as a strategic tool to try to get ahead of the coronavirus and ensure that scarce diagnostic tests, and even scarcer ventilators, go where they can do the most good nyti.ms/2V07aXM
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“For a long time, nobody talked about the pollution,” said a woman with a long list of debilitating illnesses. “It was a bit of a taboo. The idea was that it gave us work.” nyti.ms/2xDhCMG
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Over the weekend, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram deleted posts by Mr. Bolsonaro in which he questioned social distancing measures, deeming the posts in violation of guidelines prohibiting content that endangers public health. nyti.ms/3dOiKO0
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Covid-19 has ignited a global scientific collaboration unlike any in history. Never before have so many experts in so many countries focused — so openly and urgently — on a single topic. Nearly all other research has ground to a halt. nyti.ms/3aBDCpR
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“If there ever was a case for universal health care, this is it.” As the coronavirus has ravaged New York City, some expatriates have fled to their home countries to avoid getting entangled in the U.S. health care system. nyti.ms/3bMkgyC
Iran says that American trade sanctions are taking Iranian lives and has called for the United States to lift them on humanitarian grounds. Its plea is gaining traction around the globe. nyti.ms/3bOO51v
Manolis Glezos, a Greek resistance fighter who was regarded as a national hero after he and a friend tore down the Nazi flag that waved over the Acropolis when the Germans occupied Athens in 1941, has died: nyti.ms/2JsU1RD
For years, the inhabitants of Fos-sur-Mer, France, accepted in silence their illnesses — double the national cancer rate, half again as much the asthma rate — in exchange for jobs in the industrial zone around them. Now, they've said: Enough is enough. nyti.ms/2xBP7yV
President Bolsonaro of Brazil has called the coronavirus a “measly cold” and said “some will die” from it because “such is life.” nyti.ms/3aDv1mG
A global scientific collaboration unlike any other is underway. And it doesn't quite fit with "America First." nyti.ms/3dSd8CH
When the police in rural England sent drones over the countryside to shame people who were violating coronavirus distancing guidelines by taking a long walk, or told shops they couldn't sell chocolate Easter eggs, Britons said they were going too far nyti.ms/2xFf68M
Scientists have persuaded 2 million Britons and 150,000 Israelis to fill out quick surveys about their symptoms, to try to get ahead of the coronavirus. The United States is next. nyti.ms/341Xv6Z
“No struggle for what you believe in is ever futile." nyti.ms/346PPAj
“Sure, we’re for these lawsuits. But then, you’ve got to think about the work,” said a docker at a French industrial port. “If there’s no pollution, there’s no work. Besides, we’ve always lived with it. It’s just been part of our lives, that’s all.” nyti.ms/2Jxk1uY
With Brazilians angered by his refusal to take the coronavirus seriously, a movement to impeach President Bolsonaro is gaining support, with people banging pots from their windows nightly to repudiate him nyti.ms/2UW3ypB
Can countries recover better from a coronavirus recession by preventing companies and workers from going under to begin with? France is testing it out. nyti.ms/2UVs1er by @LizAldermanNYT
The conference venue in Glasgow, an arena where tens of thousands of delegates from around the world were to have gathered, is being turned into a field hospital for people with Covid-19 nyti.ms/2JC9hvf
Iran says that American trade sanctions are taking Iranian lives and has called for the United States to lift them on humanitarian grounds. Its plea is gaining traction around the globe. nyti.ms/2UyBppu
The New York Times is remembering victims of the coronavirus in a new project called "Those We've Lost." Do you know someone who has died in the pandemic? Tell us: nyti.ms/3bJNXjw
“If there ever was a case for universal health care, this is it.” As the coronavirus has ravaged New York City, some expatriates have fled to their home countries to avoid getting entangled in the U.S. health care system. nyti.ms/3aDwHfO
Scientists have persuaded 2 million Britons and 150,000 Israelis to fill out quick surveys about their symptoms, to try to get ahead of the coronavirus. The United States is next. nyti.ms/3awbLau
For years, the inhabitants of Fos-sur-Mer, France, accepted in silence their illnesses — double the national cancer rate, half again as much the asthma rate — in exchange for jobs in the industrial zone around them. Now, they've said: Enough is enough. nyti.ms/2wILabL
Iran says that American trade sanctions are taking Iranian lives and has called for the United States to lift sanctions on humanitarian grounds. Its plea is gaining traction around the globe. nyti.ms/2UMd4LG
Mr. Bolsonaro lashed out at governors for falling into a state of “hysteria” and attacked journalists, accusing them of drumming up panic in an effort to undermine his government. nyti.ms/2yqVOV0
Iran has been devastated by the coronavirus and says that American sanctions have prevented it from buying crucial medical equipment nyti.ms/2R2ezUZ
Iran says that American trade sanctions are taking Iranian lives and has called for the United States to lift sanctions on humanitarian grounds. Its plea is gaining traction. nyti.ms/2Ux4G3T
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A global scientific collaboration unlike any other is underway. And it doesn't quite fit with "America First." nyti.ms/2WXcrlc
Hydroxychloroquine, the malaria drug there has been so much buzz about, seemed to help coronavirus patients who were mildly or moderately sick, in a small controlled study in China.  nyti.ms/342kw9P
Steven Dick was a rising British diplomat. He died after contracting the coronavirus.  nyti.ms/3azOdBx
“We’re using the government’s whole toolbox to get through this crisis.” France tests a zero layoff approach to confront coronavirus impact. nyti.ms/2R1JpwW by @LizAldermanNYT
Defying guidelines issued by his own health ministry, President Bolsonaro on Sunday visited a busy commercial district in Brasília, the capital, where he called on all but elderly Brazilians to get back to work nyti.ms/340dqCV
“If there ever was a case for universal health care, this is it.” As the coronavirus has ravaged New York City, some expatriates have fled to their home countries to avoid getting entangled in the U.S. health care system. nyti.ms/39EIYQ0
This August's Edinburgh festivals have been canceled, suggesting that the coronavirus's impact on cultural life will last longer than many hoped nyti.ms/2UyHMt3
When the police in rural England sent drones over the countryside to shame people who were violating coronavirus distancing guidelines by taking a long walk, or told shops they couldn't sell chocolate Easter eggs, Britons said they were going too far nyti.ms/39B3W21
After its hospital was identified as a hub of a regional coronavirus outbreak, officials sealed off the town of Igualada, Spain, from the rest of the country nyti.ms/2w3iwl6
“Covid-19 is the greatest test that we have faced together since the formation of the United Nations,” António Guterres, the secretary general of the UN, said on Wednesday. Follow our updates on the coronavirus pandemic. nyti.ms/2JHBS2F
Covid19 has ignited a global scientific collaboration unlike any in history. Never before have so many experts in so many countries focused simultaneously on a single topic and with such urgency. Nearly all other research has ground to a halt. nyti.ms/3dKCnql
Asian countries that seemed to have brought the coronavirus epidemic under control are tightening their borders and imposing stricter containment measures, fearful of a wave of new infections imported from elsewhere nyti.ms/2WW5K2Z
Gabriel Matzneff, l'écrivain et défenseur de la pédophilie, présentait sa relation avec Francesca Gee, une adolescente, comme une grande histoire d'amour. Mme Gee n'a pas pu raconter sa version des faits - jusqu'à maintenant. nyti.ms/2w6iUzu
Worried that Hungary's far-right government may try to use the coronavirus crisis to still further erode democracy, the EU issued a warning. It neglected to mention two words: "Hungary" and "Orban." nyti.ms/2xHH9o8
In Igualada, the authorities have imposed "a lockdown within Spain's lockdown" to contain the Catalan town's significant #COVID19 outbreak. @ElianPeltier reported from the road checkpoint on this very particular situation. nyti.ms/2UvVoFb
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Attitudes in Brazil toward guns may be changing under President Jair Bolsonaro. Since he eased gun ownership rules in his first weeks in office, the number of applications for permits has gone up sharply. nyti.ms/33Yt6qe
 
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