Need a distraction from American electoral politics? Get caught up on news around the world, from the coronavirus, Syria-Turkey conflict, Delhi riots, news from Europe, and tech industry developments.
[New York Times] “Coronavirus Cases in Germany Jump to 117“
[USA Today] “First coronavirus case of unknown origin confirmed in US. What does that mean?” – It means that there are people liekly spreading the disease in the US without knowing it, which is a very predictable trend with our healthcare system.
[Politico] “Klobuchar rally in Minnesota canceled amid protests“
[New York Times] “Turkey Says It Will Let Refugees Into Europe After Troops Killed in Syria“
[Al Jazeera] “Officials say Yemen’s rebels seize strategic northern city“
[New York Times] “Egypt Sentences 37 to Death Including Top Militant Leader“
[Washington Post] “Bolivia dismissed its October elections as fraudulent. Our research found no reason to suspect fraud.” – Isn’t it just FREAKING HILARIOUS how WaPo was egging on and defending the coup, and now that it’s long over, they’re safe to point out it was all fabricated bullshit? An absolute joke.
[Al Jazeera] “Argentina president to introduce bill to legalise abortion“
South / Southeast Asia
[The Guardian] “Death toll from Delhi’s worst riots in decades rises to 38“
[New York Times] “With West Divided, Huawei Plans First European 5G Factory in France“
[Daily Mail] “‘We know how to make it a very nasty battle’: French minister warns Britain that a post-Brexit trade deal could collapse if there is no agreement to allow EU fishermen work in UK waters“
[New York Times] “Albania Opposition Supports President’s Anti-Govt Protest“
[New York Times] “Starbucks Baristas Accuse Service Company of Abuse and Pay Gaps“