(The Associated Press)
(The Associated Press)
Some evidence suggests the line was cut from a 2019 interview with a Mexican journalist.

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The movement to end police brutality in Africa’s most populous country has become a global phenomenon.

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The United States joined Brazil, Egypt, Hungary, Indonesia and Uganda on Thursday to sign a nonbinding international declaration opposing abortion, in a rebuke of the U.N. Human Rights Council.

What’s reopened and what’s still restricted in 16 cities around the world

Post correspondents and contributors check on the progress of reopening from lockdowns in cities across Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America.
The presence of Saeb Erekat in a Jerusalem hospital has sparked a debate.
After a year of economic collapse, the coronavirus and calls for change, Lebanon is bringing back its old prime minister.
Analysts say Huawei’s smartphone chip supply is dwindling, limiting its sales despite surging patriotic demand at home.
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Luis Arce, Evo Morales’s former finance minister, will confront the coronavirus and its economic destruction amid deepening polarization.
Protesters and opposition leaders are calling for the army to withdraw from politics.
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The six-week lockdown could result in 150,000 people losing their jobs, the deputy prime minister said.
Oxford, AstraZeneca and Brazil’s National Health Surveillance Agency said the vaccine trial should continue.
The pontiff’s remarks came in a new documentary and were quoted by the Catholic News Agency. They represent his clearest stance to date on a contentious issue inside the Roman Catholic Church.
The weeks-long demonstration against police brutality took a violent turn Tuesday night.
In a new documentary, Francis says same-sex couples should be “legally covered."
The teacher, attacked and beheaded last week, was posthumously granted the Légion d’Honneur.
In Hong Kong, Ottawa and beyond, researchers are unlocking knowledge about the coronavirus by studying wastewater and fecal matter.
Visas to Pakistan have been unavailable for months, so thousands turned up to obtain one.
Police said they are investigating attacks that took place this month.
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The United Nations chief is appealing for cease-fires in the world’s major conflicts from Yemen and Libya to Afghanistan and Nagorno-Karabakh, warning that if fighting continues “the only winner is the pandemic.”
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