(Peter Morrison/AP)
(Peter Morrison/AP)
Lockdowns are crude, but they are the best weapon some nations have.

Ireland is first European country to reimpose a lockdown amid a coronavirus resurgence

The six-week lockdown could result in 150,000 people losing their jobs, the deputy prime minister said.

Volunteer in Oxford coronavirus vaccine trial dies, reportedly did not receive experimental vaccine

Oxford, AstraZeneca and Brazil’s National Health Surveillance Agency said the vaccine trial should continue.

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.
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Police said they are investigating attacks that took place this month.
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A warhead freeze was a condition demanded by the administration last week.
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Peter Madsen was found guilty in the 2017 murder of Kim Wall, 30, who disappeared following an interview aboard his submarine.
The measure, pushed by Europe’s meat industry, has drawn an outcry from environmentalists.
Suit filed in U.S. alleges that Mohammed bin Salman directed conspiracy to ‘permanently silence’ advocate for democratic rights in Arab world.
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