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Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 23, 2020

Soccer star leads an awakening on child hunger in Britain
With 4 million children in poverty and a wobbly government response to hunger during the pandemic, citizens have rallied to address the need.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 23, 2020

In a capital's Afro-Brazilian architecture, traces of a complex story
Porto-Novo's diverse architecture is a window into the complex history of Benin, including difficult chapters related to slavery and colonialism.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 23, 2020

Monday Sunrise Briefing: Courts and clock challenge Trump effort
Catch-up on the weekend news: President Trump loses lawsuit in Pennsylvania, G-20 summit focuses on pandemic, and a gender equity push in Germany.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 22, 2020

Most G-20 leaders seek coordinated response to pandemic woes
The Group of 20 summit ended Sunday with most leaders vowing to ensure equitable access to COVID-19 treatments for all nations.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 20, 2020

Points of Progress: Personal freedoms increase in UAE, and more
In good news this week: Legal reforms in the United Arab Emirates have given citizens have more personal liberty - plus more positive headlines.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 20, 2020

For Afghans, US troops ‘home by Christmas' is gift to the Taliban
President Trump's decision to hasten the withdrawal of U.S. troops has raised alarms: in NATO, and among Afghans seeking peace with the Taliban.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 20, 2020

Pushed by pandemic, Londoners answer call of low-cost country life
Fed up with the high cost of living, many young London renters are taking advantage of the pandemic to relocate to smaller cities and towns.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 20, 2020

First Thanksgiving: How a Native woman is setting the record straight
Linda Coombs' lifework is to share a fuller picture of the Wampanoag Nation and its contact with some of the first English settlers.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 20, 2020

For female refugees in Malaysia, can literacy open new doors?
Refugees from Indonesia and Myanmar can often pick up Malay, but are left without opportunities to learn to read or write, limiting them socially and economically. A volunteer group is hoping literacy lessons will help give them more autonomy.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 20, 2020

Trump ‘bromance' broke Israel's bipartisan rule. Will Netanyahu pay?
For Israel, dependent on U.S. friendship, bipartisan support is precious. Will Netanyahu's alliance with Trump strain ties with Biden administration?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 19, 2020

Moscow kids get teachers on screen, but trainees in class. Will it work?
With the pandemic threatening the health of older teachers, Moscow schools are moving them remote and bringing in trainees to help students in class.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 19, 2020

US drops drug charges against Mexican ex-defense secretary
In a stunning reversal, U.S. officials dropped a high-profile drug trafficking and money laundering case against Gen. Salvador Cienfuegos. After his initial arrest, Mexico had threatened to expel American drug enforcement agents and cut cooperation.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 19, 2020

A ferry sank, killing hundreds. Now, a film stirs decades-old Baltic mystery.
Revelations in a new documentary about the sinking of MS Estonia are bringing the tragedy back to the forefronts of the psyches of Estonia and Sweden.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 18, 2020

Three presidents in one week: Peruvian youths say ‘enough'
Amid COVID-19 and a struggling economy, it was perceptions of political corruption that served as a lightning rod for Peruvian protesters this week.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 18, 2020

Architects break the mold with new designs for wellbeing
Architects are innovating to design and modify buildings to keep people healthy and safe during the coronavirus pandemic. Their ideas are prompting broader recognition of health as a human right and its links to interior spaces.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 18, 2020

In European COVID-19 seesaw, lessons in patience for America?
Europe's policies to contain COVID-19 have swung sharply between extremes. What can the U.S. learn from the continent's experience?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 17, 2020

Thai royalists defend king amid protests: ‘We will not abandon him'
Thailand's monarchy, a bedrock of modern Thai identity, is under scrutiny. But protests have provoked counterdemonstrations from royalists.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 17, 2020

Hurricane Iota batters Nicaragua less than two weeks after Eta
Iota made landfall in Nicaragua late Monday as the country struggles to recover from Hurricane Eta's destruction. Iota is the record 30th named storm during an extraordinarily busy hurricane season.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 16, 2020

How Turkey's use of military power furthers Erdogan's ambitions
Turkey's assertive use of military power helps bolster President Erdogan politically. But it also helps him fulfill what he sees as his calling.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 16, 2020

No tourists, but many migrants: Canary Islands face a new reality
Spain's Canary Islands are seeing a spike in migration from Africa, as other routes to Europe prove hazardous. And locals are pitching in to help.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 16, 2020

Singaporean volunteer group gives more than money to help needy
Keeping Hope Alive continues its volunteer work during coronavirus lockdowns by distributing groceries, doing repair work, and helping those in need in other ways. "We support social distancing, not social isolation," said the group's founder.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 16, 2020

In Uganda, reopening schools brings new hurdles
Across the world's most youthful continent, classes are resuming after months of closure caused by COVID-19. But out-of-work African parents are struggling to pay fees and administrators are worried about how they'll accommodate full class sizes.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 16, 2020

Monday Sunrise Briefing: Trump, sort of, acknowledges Biden won
Catch-up on the weekend news: President Trump tweets Joe Biden 'won' a rigged election. A new Asia-wide trade pact. Peru's leadership vacuum.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 15, 2020

Why Peru ousted two presidents in one week
After massive street protests, Peru's interim president Manuel Merino resigned Sunday plunging the nation into its worst constitutional crisis in two decades.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 13, 2020

Points of Progress: Lynxes make a comeback, and more
In good news this week: Iberian lynxes nearly disappeared in the early 2000s, but they're on their way to recovery - plus more positive headlines.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 13, 2020

India prepares for Diwali festival, ignoring COVID concerns
India's Diwali festival of lights begins on Saturday and many people are already filling shopping areas in key cities like New Delhi and Mumbai. India has more than 8.7 million cases of the coronavirus, the second-highest in the world.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 13, 2020

Reform or reverence? Thai royalists, protesters size up monarchy.
Mass pro-democracy protests in Thailand are calling for reforms of the monarchy, but for many Thais, especially of an older generation, the palace is revered and considered above politics.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 13, 2020

Brazil dam disaster: Five years on, are new laws enough?
Brazil's mining-reliant Mariana region was covered in a sludge of heavy metals when a tailings dam collapsed in 2015. Are new safety measures enough?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 13, 2020

China breaks silence to acknowledge Biden's US election win
China on Friday finally congratulated Joe Biden almost a week after major news outlets declared him the winner of the U.S. presidential election. Analysts expect Mr. Biden to pursue a more traditional policy toward China, but expect few major changes.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 12, 2020

Why vision of Ethiopian unity is descending into warfare
In Ethiopia, a young yet ancient nation of many peoples, the evolution of a new identity is bringing national unity and ethnic autonomy into conflict.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 12, 2020

In Nagorno-Karabakh ‘peace,' a bitter conflict remains unresolved
A peace deal halts fighting between Azerbaijan and Armenia, but Azeri territorial gains leave Armenians resentful and the conflict unresolved.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 12, 2020

America is back. What that means to the world.
Relieved that Donald Trump's term is finishing, U.S. allies hope Joe Biden will guide America back to its traditional world leadership role.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 12, 2020

‘America is back.' What that means to the world.
Relieved that Donald Trump's term is finishing, U.S. allies hope Joe Biden will guide America back to its traditional world leadership role.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 12, 2020

Why Peruvians are protesting against their new government
When President Martín Vizcarra was ousted from office on Monday, thousands took to the streets in Peru to protest. Many Peruvians had looked to Mr. Vizcarra as a leader in a nascent fight against corruption in government.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 12, 2020

With resignations, Hong Kong democracy movement hangs in balance
The en masse resignation of pro-democracy legislators in Hong Kong on Thursday to protest their colleagues' expulsion means bills favored by Beijing could pass with little opposition.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 12, 2020

U.S., China, Taiwan: Why the tense status quo may stick - for now
Taiwan's military was on high alert during the U.S. elections, as concerns grow over the potential for a clash amid escalating Chinese incursions.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 12, 2020

Cut off from the world, these countries remain COVID-19 free
A handful of South Pacific nations have yet to report a COVID-19 case. But even isolated countries are feeling the worldwide economic squeeze caused by lockdowns.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 10, 2020

With Biden's victory, the world looks to US with hope for change
Will the presidential victory of Joe Biden bring the changes to U.S. international relations that the world hopes and expects?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 10, 2020

Erekat, Palestinian peace negotiator, remembered the world over
The American-educated Saeb Erekat was involved in nearly every round of peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians for three decades. Mr. Erekat, who died Tuesday, tirelessly argued for a negotiated two-state solution.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 09, 2020

Why a Russo-German pipeline is a potential US sanctions battleground
The U.S. wants Germany to halt construction of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline to punish Russia. But when do sanctions become geopolitical self-harm?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 09, 2020

Lebanese duo helps stranded migrant workers find a way home
Amid a collapsing economy, many migrant workers who came to Lebanon as domestic helpers lost their jobs and were left on the streets. But two ordinary people raised funds for repatriation flights for more than 120 women, helping when embassies did not.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 09, 2020

As tourists disappear, Bedouins revive ancient farming roots
Egypt's already unstable tourism industry has sunk during the global COVID-19 pandemic, leaving Bedouin tour guides without jobs. To adapt, they are returning to their ancestral livelihoods and farming the mountains of South Sinai.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 09, 2020

Monday Sunrise Briefing: How the world greets a Biden-Harris win
Global congratulations mostly greeted a victory speech Saturday by U.S. President-elect Joe Biden. Notably, vocal President Trump supporters, U.K.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 06, 2020

Points of Progress: Humane shark attack prevention, and more
In good news this week: Scientists used magnets disguised as kelp forests to stop shark attacks in South Africa - plus more positive headlines.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 06, 2020

As lone wolf attacks go up, can Europe keep Islamophobia down?
A spate of deadly terror attacks in Europe has some national leaders seeming to indirectly blame Islam. Experts warn that more care is needed.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 06, 2020

In Nigerian protests, a generation poised to seize the moment
Protests against Nigeria's SARS police unit have subsided, but the broader, youth-led movement demanding more accountability has not.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 06, 2020

Online schooling in Indonesia? It takes a village.
A dozen journalists in Indonesia campaigned to collect about 200 mobile phones and about $35,000 to help underprivileged students with schooling online at home during the pandemic. They have distributed nearly 300 phones so far.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 05, 2020

Pro-Trump vote has world wondering: Do we still know America?
Whoever wins the election, President Trump's challenge to the vote count, and the strength of his popular support, are giving many abroad pause.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 05, 2020

Kosovo president steps down to face war crimes charges
Hashim Thaci, who was a guerrilla leader during Kosovo's war for independence from Serbia in the late 1990s, resigned Thursday. Along with nine other former rebel leaders, Mr. Thaci faces charges for war crimes and crimes against humanity.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 05, 2020

Afghan refugees create a taste of home in Malaysia
Meaningful Meals, run by the Greater Action nonprofit, helps Afghan refugees in Malaysia earn an income catering meals from their homeland.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 03, 2020

Outsiders turned icons, South Africa's jacarandas spring into bloom
South Africa's jacaranda trees are iconic signs of spring. Their spectacular brief blooms have always made good symbolism - particularly this year.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 03, 2020

Ancient maps in hand, English amblers chart forgotten paths
Thousands of dedicated English walking enthusiasts have used historical maps to record 49,138 miles of forgotten footpaths, protecting them for future generations. The paths are considered by some to be as much a part of British heritage as cathedrals and forts.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 03, 2020

Sound conservation: a different way of preserving history
Audio professionals in Asia record the everyday sounds of their cities to preserve audible heritage in the region's fast-changing urban hubs. They say each sound has its own unique identity that captures the evolution of a place.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 03, 2020

Vienna shooting marks another terror attack in Europe
A gunman opened fire in the heart of Austria's capital, following recent terror attacks in France. The suspect had previously been convicted for attempting to join the Islamic State extremist group in Syria.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 02, 2020

Pandemic politics? In Jordan, it has leveled the playing field.
In Jordan, pandemic restrictions have played the role of equalizer, opening the door to new candidates for Parliament, and perhaps more democracy.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 02, 2020

Education under fire: Islamic militants attack Kabul University
Islamic State militants attacked Kabul University, targeting the university's eastern side, where law and journalism classes are taught, killing 22 and wounding others. Meanwhile, peace talks continue between the Taliban and the U.S.-backed government in Kabul.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 02, 2020

Europe heads for another lockdown to stem second COVID-19 wave
Lockdowns are being implemented across Europe as authorities seek to flatten a rise in coronavirus cases. Germany goes into partial lockdown today while England and Austria will follow later this week.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 02, 2020

The quiet powerhouse fighting racism in one of America's whitest states
How to tackle a problem as monumental as systemic racism? In Vermont, it starts with something radically simple: listening.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 02, 2020

Two families, two babies, and one - thinning - hope for a new Zimbabwe
Two families with children born on the same historic day in 2017 struggle to stay afloat in Zimbabwe, as political ills persist amid a pandemic.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 02, 2020

Monday Sunrise Briefing: Final US campaign sprint to the finish
Catch-up on the weekend news: Trump and Biden in final campaign push. Sean Connery leaves legacy of masculinity. Search and rescue efforts after a quake in Turkey.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Nov 02, 2020

Two girls rescued from rubble after earthquake in Turkey
A 14-year-old girl and a 3-year-old girl were among the latest survivors found in the rubble Monday, three days after a major earthquake in Turkey.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 30, 2020

Points of Progress: New Zealand elects diverse gov't, and more
In good news this week: New Zealand welcomes its most diverse parliament and violent crime drops in the United States - plus more positive headlines.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 30, 2020

For some abroad, four more years of Trump sounds pretty good
Donald Trump is not without his international supporters. What is it about the U.S. president that earns the respect and approval of non-Americans?

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 30, 2020

Blessing in disguise: Arab women find tech jobs during pandemic
Women still face many challenges in the workforce across the Middle East and North Africa, which has the world's lowest rate of female labor participation. But as the pandemic shifts work online, some are finding new opportunities.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 30, 2020

France mourns attack victims as Muslims protest Macron response
France is mourning the victims of three attacks by Muslim extremists in less than two months. French Muslims warn against stigmatization, while Muslims in other countries protest the French presidents' stance against political Islam.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 29, 2020

The war is popular in Azerbaijan and Armenia. But some call for peace.
The conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh is broadly supported in both Armenia and Azerbaijan. But some are defying public sentiments to call for peace.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 29, 2020

In Azerbaijan and Armenia, a brave few call for end to fighting
The conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh is broadly supported in both Armenia and Azerbaijan. But some are defying public sentiments to call for peace.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 29, 2020

Concerns over freedom grow as Kashmir nonprofits and media raided
The Indian National Investigation Agency raided 10 locations in Kashmir on Wednesday, saying they are investigating separatist activities. The move raises concerns over eroding press freedom in the disputed region.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 28, 2020

An electrician's good deed launches a movement of helpers
A retiree's home repair problems were a big deal for her, but an easy good deed for a network of volunteers that has expanded to help others, too.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 28, 2020

Why this year's Thai protests are the most ambitious yet
Fed up with an archaic education system and military rule, the youth-led protest movement is demanding changes to the constitution and the resignation of the prime minister, as well as questioning the role of the long-revered monarchy.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 28, 2020

In shift to green energy, a matter of when, not if
Oil looms large in the U.S. presidential election. But globally, key players are asking when, not if, a major shift to renewable energy will occur.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 28, 2020

Prosperity or civil liberties? Tanzanian opposition demands both
Tanzanian president John Magufuli has cracked down on opponents in today's elections, but his campaign has not dispirited them.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 28, 2020

Prosperity or civil liberties? Tanzanian opposition demands both.
Tanzanian president John Magufuli has cracked down on opponents in today's elections, but his campaign has not dispirited them.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 27, 2020

Pandemic cases spiking, but will Europe accept restrictions again?
The European public is tired of restrictions to contain the coronavirus. That may be a problem for governments now trying to stop a rise in new cases.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 27, 2020

Rooftop farms in Jordan help Gazans reconnect with lost land
Rooftop hydroponics may be a far cry from the tilled fields of Gaza. But the act of farming still speaks to the soul of refugees in a camp in Jordan.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 27, 2020

Music class during coronavirus: How the band plays on
In Ontario, music teachers are finding ways to hold chorus and band classes - even when their students can't sing or play.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 26, 2020

Nagorno-Karabakh: A reporter's regretful recollections
A new outbreak of fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan underscores diplomatic failures to resolve their longstanding territorial dispute.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 26, 2020

Japan announces it will go carbon-free by 2050
Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide declared in his first policy speech that Japan will achieve zero carbon emissions by 2050. He said a shift to carbon neutrality is an opportunity for economic growth as well as a counter to climate change.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 26, 2020

In India, urban planners anticipate climate change
India's cities are expanding as the country's population continues to grow and urbanize. With that comes the challenge of building infrastructure for the future, taking into account the threats posed by climate change.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 26, 2020

Monday Sunrise Briefing: Trump's third conservative justice
Catch-up on the weekend news: A final Senate confirmation vote Monday on Judge Amy Coney Barrett, the return of pandemic politics, and a new A-bomb treaty.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 25, 2020

75 years in the making: A new global nuclear weapons ban
As of Saturday, a total of 50 countries have ratified a United Nations treaty to ban nuclear weapons, meaning it will go into effect in January 2021.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 23, 2020

Points of Progress: Tasmanian devils back in Australia, and more
In good news this week: Tasmanian devils return to mainland Australia for the first time in 3,000 years - plus more positive headlines.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 23, 2020

Is Bolivia's vote a comeback for Latin America's left? Not so fast.
Socialists' election win in Bolivia was closely watched throughout the region. But it doesn't necessarily herald a revival of the Latin American left.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 23, 2020

Fleeing the Taliban in the night, a family's faith in peace wavers
As more people die and thousands flee Taliban attacks in Afghanistan, the U.S. is criticizing the tactic of "fighting while talking" as "very risky."

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 23, 2020

Sudan to normalize ties with Israel as Arab states shift stance
The Trump administration has been making a concerted effort for Israel's regional neighbors to recognize the Jewish state. The move also follows a conditional agreement reached this week that would see Sudan removed from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 23, 2020

'Long and difficult' road ahead after Libyan cease-fire
The government in Tripoli and rebel leader Khalifa Hifter have finally agreed to a cease-fire in a deal brokered by the U.N. But a "long and difficult" road lies ahead, and some are skeptical on the accord's potential success.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 22, 2020

‘What is going on, you guys?' US expats face tough questions abroad.
Here's what President Trump has meant for Americans living abroad, who serve as both observers of and ambassadors for what is happening in the U.S.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 22, 2020

The unexpected key to fighting a pandemic: Compassion
Leaders have had success in curbing the pandemic by being clear, coherent, and compassionate, encouraging citizens to care for their neighbors.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 22, 2020

Saudi dissidents target crown prince where it hurts: Washington
Defying repression, Saudi factions including liberals, Islamists, Sunnis, Shiites, and former members of the military are uniting against the regime.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 21, 2020

After teacher's murder, France touts secularism. But Muslims feel heat.
The killing of a teacher by an Islamist extremist has France doubling down on secularism. But that could fuel hostility to its Muslim community.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 21, 2020

Mexico's feminist protests grow louder. So does debate over tactics.
Mexican feminist activists have occupied the National Commission for Human Rights office in Mexico City, sparking debate about protest tactics.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 21, 2020

Pope Francis endorses same-sex civil unions in new documentary
Pope Francis expressed his strongest support yet for same-sex couples in a new documentary, saying civil union laws are needed to ensure gay couples are "legally covered."

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 21, 2020

World rebukes open-fire response to protesters in Nigeria
A shooting at the Lekki toll plaza in Lagos, following weeks of #EndSARS protests against police brutality and government corruption, has drawn international condemnation and put a spotlight on protesters' demands.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 21, 2020

Write a new constitution? After year of protest, Chileans vote.
Chile's referendum Oct. 25 will determine whether, and how, to rewrite a constitution that dates back to the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 20, 2020

'People Power' in Uganda: the lawyer promoting a pop-star candidate
Bobi Wine's People Power movement in Uganda is preparing for elections, with Lina Zedriga as deputy trying to build support in the north.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 20, 2020

Community oven fights poverty, division in Beirut, with hot meals
The Great Oven project in Lebanon provides food for marginalized communities in addition to teaching cooking skills for jobs. After the August explosion, the project headed to Beirut to feed the 300,000 people made homeless there.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 19, 2020

Student protesters push Thai politics into uncharted waters
Thailand's protesters represent a new face of opposition to the military-backed government, and have called for more accountability for the monarchy.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 19, 2020

Canada's founder oppressed Indigenous peoples. Should his statues stand?
How do you memorialize the past while still recognizing the wrongs that founders committed? Canada is figuring that out.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 19, 2020

Bolivia's exit polls: Former Morales minister poised to win
Socialist Luis Arce is expected to win the tense do-over of Bolivia's disputed 2019 election. His campaign was supported by the country's polarizing former president Evo Morales, and his likely victory is seen as a boon to the region's beleaguered left.

Christian Science Monitor--world
Oct 19, 2020

China's economy bounces back as consumers resume spending
Retail spending has rebounded to above pre-virus levels after the ruling Communist Party declared the coronavirus under control in March and lifted restrictions on travel and businesses.

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