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A vendor sells Hong Kong’s pro-democracy newspaper, Apple Daily. Apple Daily shut down last month amid China’s crackdown on media freedom. The COVID-19 pandemic, the biggest global public health emergency in a century, has handed power to government authorities and restricted life for billions of people, preventing democratic progress worldwide.  (Photo by Just Click’s With A Camera) Photo used under CC BY
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Authoritarianism advances as world battles pandemic
COVID has absorbed the world’s energies and isolated countries from one another, which may have accelerated the creep of authoritarianism and extremism worldwide. Restrictions on civil liberties and political opposition have been stepped up during COVID.
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Associated Press
China making marriage easier, divorce harder
China’s slumping marriage numbers and declining birth rates have prompted Beijing to boost its recent pro-birth policies with new measures aimed at promoting marriage and deterring divorce.
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Asia Times Online
 
Trillions spent on COVID in ways that harm nature
Trillions of dollars poured into rescuing economies around the world from the COVID crisis have been spent in ways that worsen the climate crisis and harm nature because governments have failed to fulfil promises of a “green recovery” from the pandemic.
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Guardian
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Over 10K species risk extinction in Amazon
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Reuters
Migrants in Libya forced to trade sex for water
Amnesty International said this week that migrants held in Libyan detention camps are subject to horrific sexual violence at the hands of guards, including being forced to barter sex for clean water, food and access to sanitation.
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Thomson Reuters Foundation
South Africa to deploy 25K troops after unrest
The South African government plans to deploy 25,000 troops after days of widespread looting and violence. At least 72 people have died and more than 1,700 have been arrested in South Africa’s worst unrest in years.
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BBC
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S. African grandmothers combat looting, crime
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Thomson Reuters Foundation
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S. Africans organize to stop looters, defend property
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Al Jazeera
 
HUMAN RIGHTS
Ecuador’s strict abortion laws harm minorities
Ecuadorian women are criminalized because of strict abortion laws that put the lives and health of women and girls, particularly those from poorer backgrounds, at risk, a report by Human Rights Watch has found.
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Guardian
New indigenous graves discovered in Canada
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his “heart breaks” after the discovery of more unmarked graves on the grounds of an Indigenous residential school in the southern Gulf Islands off the British Columbia coast.
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NPR
Girls school at risk due to Taliban sweep
With the Taliban on the march across Afghanistan, Lailuma Khaliqyar worries that the thriving Um-Salma girls school, where she serves as principal, will be easy pickings for the advancing Islamic militants.
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GOVERNMENT & DEMOCRACY
Columbian ex-soldiers in on Haiti murder plot
Colombia’s President Iván Duque says some of the Colombian suspects in the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Mo?se had “detailed knowledge” of the plan to kill the leader.
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Calls grow to stop deportations to Haiti amid political crisis
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Al Jazeera
Incoming Lebanon PM resigns amid crisis
Citing key differences with the country’s president, Lebanon Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri stepped down after failing to form a government for over the past eight months.
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Al Jazeera
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Scientists develop pain-free test for diabetics
Australian scientists say they have developed pain-free blood sugar testing for diabetics, a non-invasive strip that checks glucose levels via saliva instead of requiring a blood sample.
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Al Jazeera
Russia bans investigative media outlet
Russian authorities have declared the publisher of an investigative media outlet an “undesirable” organization and listed the company’s journalists as “foreign agents."
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The Independent
GLOBAL HEALTH
Papua New Guinea fails to vaccinate amid fear
Three months since Papua New Guinea launched its COVID vaccine rollout, just 60,000 people have received their first dose, with many people hesitant due to misinformation and fears around the vaccine.
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Guardian
93K died of drug overdoses during pandemic
A record 93,000 people died of drug overdoses last year as the country continues to struggle with its ongoing opioid crisis amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Independent
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For pregnant women, pandemic made hunt for drug rehab harder
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Associated Press
Myanmar citizens defy curfew to tackle COVID
Residents across Myanmar’s biggest city are defying a military curfew in a desperate search for oxygen to keep their loved ones breathing as a new COVID wave consumes the country.
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Asia Times Online
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WHO chief says ruling out lab leak as pandemic origin was premature
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NPR
 
Columns And Op-Ed
The opinions in the items below are not necessarily those of DailySource or our editors. Read more.
Column (Maximo Torero Cullen):
COVID-19 imperils rural areas but, with help, farmers can recover
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Column (Prasad Vijaya Segaran):
Better conditions for women make sense for palm oil sector
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Asia Times Online
Column (Rebecca Solnit):
Our climate change turning point is right here, right now
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Guardian
 
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GOOD NEWS
Parents find abducted son 24 years later
After 24 years of heartache and searching, a Chinese couple were reunited with their son who was abducted as a toddler outside their front gate.
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NPR
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High school students build wheelchair stroller for father with impaired mobility
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Good Morning America
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Boy makes friends with hospital staff using Post-it notes
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Good Morning America
NONPROFITS & PHILANTHROPY
Nonprofit jobs jump, but health care in reverse
Nonprofit job growth saw double-digit expansion across every field but health care this spring, gaining more than 8% overall from May to June.
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NonProfit Times
ECONOMIC INEQUALITY
COVID dashes Indian graduates’ career hopes
The financial crisis caused by the pandemic has left new graduates with limited job prospects. Experts say it could take years for the job market to make a full recovery.
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Deutsche Welle
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Indians go frugal amid economic slowdown
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Asia Times Online
Minimum wage not enough to cover rent in US
Workers simply don’t earn enough money to keep up with skyrocketing rental rates across America, the National Low Income Housing Coalition has found.
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NPR
ENVIRONMENT
Concerned volunteers rescue bees
Bees act as pollinators, and fewer bees mean less food. That’s prompted a new breed of bee rescuers in Malaysia.
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Deutsche Welle
Lack of greenery is exacerbating heat waves
The sweltering heat endured by major American cities is being fueled by vast swaths of concrete and a lack of greenery that can ratchet up temperatures by nearly 9 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Guardian
Severe drought threatens W. US water supply
The wellspring of Lake Mead created by the dam’s blocking of the Colorado River has plummeted to an historic low as states in the west face hefty cuts in their water supplies.
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Guardian
 
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A nomadic Somali woman builds her house. These nomadic homes are precisely designed so that families can dismantle the structure, pack it onto the backs of their camels, and reconstruct it at a new location.  (Photo by Mouseawale88) Photo used under CC BY
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