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Wuhan returns to normal as world still battling pandemic A year ago, a notice sent to smartphones in Wuhan at 2 a.m. announced the world’s first coronavirus lockdown, bringing the bustling central Chinese industrial and transport center to a virtual standstill almost overnight. It would last 76 days.

Thousands arrested at Russia protests, including opposition leader Navalny's wife The protesters have demanded Navalny's freedom after Russian authorities arrested him upon his return to the country.

Russia arrests 2,100 protesters calling for Navalny's release Protests erupted in dozens of cities across Russia on Saturday to demand the release of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, the Kremlin's most prominent foe. Police arrested more than 2,100 people, some of whom took to the streets in temperatures as frigid as minus-50 Celsius (minus-58 Fahrenheit).

Russia arrests 350 protesters calling for Navalny's release Russian police on Saturday arrested hundreds of protesters who took to the streets in temperatures as low as minus-50 C (minus-58 F) to demand the release of Alexei Navalny, the country’s top opposition figure.

Russia welcomes Biden's proposal to extend nuclear arms control treaty The Kremlin on Friday welcomed U.S. President Joe Biden’s proposal to extend the last remaining nuclear arms control treaty between the two countries, which is set to expire in less than two weeks.

Germany cautious to end latest COVID-19 lockdown due to risk of more contagious variant Amid its latest COVID-19 lockdown and a promising decline in new coronavirus infections, Germany is hesitant to ease restrictions because of the risk posed by a more contagious variant.

To avoid next surge of deaths, EU summit plans for spread of coronavirus variants across Europe Worried about a new wave of hospitalizations and deaths in the coming months, European Union leaders assessed more measures to counter the spread of coronavirus variants during a video summit Thursday.

Twin suicide bombings rock central Baghdad, at least 32 dead Twin suicide bombings ripped through a busy market in the Iraqi capital on Thursday, killing at least 32 people and wounding dozens, officials said in what was the first massive bombing in years, harkening back to darker days of rampant militant attacks.

Baghdad rocked by suicide bombs; at least 6 dead Twin suicide bombings hit Iraq’s capital Thursday killing at least six people and wounding at least 25 others, three police officials and State TV said.

EU ready for new US leadership under Biden: 'After four long years, Europe has a friend in the White House' After four years of Donald Trump’s America First politics blending nationalism and populism, top officials in Europe are ready for a renewed American globalist leadership necessitating multilateral cooperation as Joe Biden took over as president of the world’s largest democracy on Wednesday.

Mexico calls on Biden to fix immigration status of Mexican nationals Incoming U.S. President-Elect Joe Biden should quickly fulfill campaign promises to launch an immigration plan, including giving dual nationality to Mexicans working in the United States, Mexico’s president said on Wednesday.

World leaders react to Biden’s inauguration: 'A great day for democracy' Joe Biden’s inauguration as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday drew congratulations from many leaders around the world.

Madrid blast kills 2, destroys building; cause linked to gas leak, mayor says A loud explosion apparently caused by a gas leak has partially destroyed a residential building in the center of Spain's capital on Wednesday, killing two people and injuring at least two more, according to officials.

China says Sec. Pompeo is 'doomsday clown’ following allegations of genocide in Xinjiang China’s Foreign Ministry described outgoing U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday as a “doomsday clown” and said his designation of China as a perpetrator of genocide and crimes against humanity was merely “a piece of wastepaper.”

Guatemala buses more migrants back to Honduras; small groups press on toward Mexico A once large caravan of Honduran migrants that pushed its way into Guatemala last week had dissipated by Tuesday in the face of Guatemalan security forces.

Macron calls on Biden for greater US military involvement French President Emmanuel Macron hoped on Tuesday that U.S. President-elect Joe Biden will show a greater military commitment to fight against Islamic extremists in several theaters of conflict and especially in the Middle East.

Panel: China, WHO should have acted quicker to stop pandemic A panel of experts commissioned by the World Health Organization has criticized China and other countries for not moving to stem the initial outbreak of the coronavirus earlier and questioned whether the U.N. health agency should have labeled it a pandemic sooner.

Georgia teen jailed in Cayman Islands for violating COVID restrictions says 'I deserved it' The Georgia teenager who was jailed for just over a month in the Cayman Islands for knowingly violating coronavirus restrictions said "I deserved it," according to media reports.

Chinese Communist Party an 'existential' threat that Biden must confront: Pompeo Departing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo pressed the incoming Biden administration on Tuesday to take the Chinese Communist Party seriously as an "existential" threat to the country, saying the "American people are counting on it."

'Squad' member Rashida Tlaib says 'Israel is a racist state' Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., lambasted Israel as a “racist state” during an interview on “Democracy Now!” on Tuesday while discussing the low vaccination rate of Palestinians.

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