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NewsweekMay 25, 2020
Brazil Coronavirus Cases Quadruple in May as Jair Bolsonaro Plays Down U.S. Travel Restrictions
Brazil is now second only to the U.S. in having the highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the world.

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Live Coronavirus Global News Tracker: Latest Updates (Int'l Herald Tribune)

BBC Front PageMay 25, 2020
Coronavirus: Americans flock to beaches on Memorial Day weekend
People are seen flouting restrictions on what is known in the US as the unofficial start of summer.

Int'l Herald TribuneMay 25, 2020
Donald Trump, Joe Biden and the Vote of the Irish
From Tammany Hall to ‘Build the Wall,' the long journey of Irish-American politics.

ABC NewsMay 25, 2020
Japan lifts coronavirus emergency in all remaining areas
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is lifting a coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo and four other remaining areas, ending the restrictions nationwide as businesses begin to reopen

MSNBC Int'l NewsMay 25, 2020
A last resort to save tourist season: 'Travel bubbles' emerge as solution to Europe's summer woes
Facing the loss of a significant part of their economies, some countries in Europe are banding together to ease travel restrictions and avoid quarantines.

CBC Top StoriesMay 25, 2020
Japan to end Tokyo's state of emergency, eyes large new stimulus
Japan will lift a state of emergency for Tokyo and remaining areas still facing restrictions on Monday, while the Nikkei reported a plan for new stimulus worth more than $1 trillion Cdn to help companies ride out the coronavirus pandemic.



NPR Topics: NewsMay 25, 2020
Too Little Or Too Much Time With The Kids? Grandparenting Is Tough In A Pandemic
Even as social restrictions ease in some spots, older adults remain extra-vulnerable to COVID-19. That means many families are facing hard choices — whether to hunker down together or apart.

NewsweekMay 24, 2020
Michigan Announces Its Lowest Single-Day COVID-19 Death Toll in Two Months
Soon after Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced plans to ease certain restrictions specified by Michigan's stay-at-home order, the state confirmed its lowest single-day increase in cases and fatalities related to the new coronavirus since March.

Int'l Herald TribuneMay 24, 2020
What Happens if a Hurricane Hits During the Pandemic?
Florida is trying to figure out the daunting prospect of asking residents to evacuate for their safety during a storm after asking them to stay at home for the coronavirus.

NPR Headline NewsMay 24, 2020
White House Restricts Travel From Brazil, Where Coronavirus Cases Near 350,000
President Trump is barring non-U.S. citizens who have been in Brazil in the past two weeks, in an effort to curb infections. Brazil has the world's highest number of cases after the U.S.

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White House limits travel to U.S. from Brazil due to coronavirus (Reuters World News)

CBC Top StoriesMay 24, 2020
Hong Kong police fire tear gas, water cannon as thousands protest security laws
Pro-democracy supporters have sharply criticized a proposal, set to be approved by China's rubber-stamp parliament this week, that would ban secessionist and subversive activity, as well as foreign interference, in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory.



NewsweekMay 24, 2020
On Memorial Day, Remember Why Americans Made the Ultimate Sacrifice | Opinion
Memorial Day is perfect time to ponder why America is worth fighting for.

CNBC World NewsMay 24, 2020
Coronavirus live updates: Trump suspends travel from Brazil; Spain eases dining restrictions in major cities
Covid-19 has infected more than 5.37 million people worldwide and killed at least 343,721.

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White House announces new travel restrictions on Brazil (CNN World)

MSNBC Int'l NewsMay 24, 2020
Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid-al-Fitr amid curfews, coronavirus restrictions
Many of the world's 1.8 billion Muslims will celebrate the festivities in private, over video calls, as mosques maintain social distance restirctions.

NPR Topics: NewsMay 24, 2020
Federal Judge Rules Florida Law Restricting Voting Rights For Felons Unconstitutional
A U.S. District judge has ruled that the law, which would have required felons to pay court-related debts before they can register to vote, discriminates against those who cannot afford the payments.

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Florida Law Restricting Felon Voting Is Unconstitutional, Judge Rules (NYTimes Global)
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