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Your Thursday Briefing: China Eases Covid Restrictions

Also, Peru’s president is ousted and Germany arrests 25 people suspected of plotting a coup.

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Peru’s President, Facing Impeachment, Says He Will Dissolve Congress

The president, Pedro Castillo, imposed a national curfew and said an emergency government would rule by decree. Critics said the…

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Broadway’s ‘KPOP’ Will Close on Sunday

The final performance, just two weeks after its opening, will include a panel discussion about Asian American and Pacific Islander…

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U.S. Recognition of Tiny Pacific Country Reshapes Its New Zealand Ties

The American move to recognize the Cook Islands as a sovereign state is evidence of how the U.S.-China competition is…

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A Failed Romance, Long Lockdowns and a Friend’s Suicide in India

During the height of the Covid pandemic, a friend was a precious lifeline, quick to help and hug, while struggling…

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Deep Pockets and Powerful Allies: How a Hotel Union Shapes New York City

At the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Paramount Hotel, sitting empty in Times Square, was on the verge of…

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New York’s Best Weed? The Winner Is …

A new competition showcases small craft growers in New York who are hoping to come up with the next big…

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Conviction Won’t Be a Financial Death Sentence for Trump Organization

The former president’s family business will be forever tarred, but the maximum penalty it faces is relatively mild.

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A New York Jury Speaks: Trump’s Company Committed Tax Fraud

Not exactly a death sentence for the Trump Organization, but certainly an embarrassment. Also, a Manhattan dog that braved the…

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What China’s ‘Zero Covid’ Policy Has Looked Like

For a long time during the coronavirus pandemic, China’s aggressive approach to stamping out cases worked. It has kept deaths…

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