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Time Magazine International Edition

Time Magazine International Edition November 2, 2020

Time Magazine International Edition is the go-to news magazine for what is happening around the globe. You can rely on TIME's award winning journalists for analysis and insight into the latest developments in politics, business, health, science, society and entertainment.

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Time Magazine UK Ltd.
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before and after

We stand at a rare moment, one that will separate history into before and after for generations I DON’T OFTEN USE THIS SPACE TO DIRECT your attention to other publications, but I do recommend you check out an article Science published online on Sept. 24. Titled SINGING IN A SILENT SPRING, it adds a new entrant to the list of uplifting changes in the natural world that occurred when we humans went into temporary retreat at the start of the pandemic. It appears that in the relative hush of the San Francisco Bay Area this past April and May, the song of the white-crowned sparrow became quieter and sweeter than it had been before. This has been a year of so much pain, hardship, chaos and loss. And yet as nations around…

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conversation

WARNING SIGNS RE “WHEN WILL WE GET A Vaccine?” [Sept. 21–28]: I remember sitting in my third-year microbiology lecture toward the end of last year, listening to the professor warn us that the next pandemic will come and the world will not be ready. There was a sense of urgency that prompted me to consider why the world didn’t seem worried about this. So when COVID-19 began its journey across the world, it wasn’t a shock to me. I couldn’t help but feel frustrated. Why didn’t we listen to those so desperately trying to prevent this disaster? Kimberley Bourke,MALVERN, AUSTRALIA PLACING BLAME RE “THE AMERICAN NIGHTmare” [Sept. 21–28]: It is no longer news that the current U.S. President has been misleading the nation all along in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. What amazes…

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for the record

‘As a nation, we can listen and we can debate. After all, we are too small to lose sight of other people’s perspective.’JACINDA ARDERN, New Zealand Prime Minister, after winning re-election by a landslide vote on Oct. 17 $25,000 Prize money awarded Oct. 14 to 14-year-old Anika Chebrolu as part of the 3M Young Scientist Challenge, for research that could lead to a potential treatment for COVID-19 ‘You can hold me responsible.’RODRIGO DUTERTE, Philippine President, speaking on television Oct. 19, on the nearly 6,000 killings reported by police since he launched a drug war after taking office in 2016 17,000 m.p.h. Orbital speed of an old Chinese rocket booster and a defunct Soviet satellite that narrowly missed hitting each other in orbit on Oct. 15. A collision could have created a huge debris field, exacerbating…

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battle for the senate

LESS THAN TWO WEEKS FROM ELECTION DAY, Senate Republicans are caught in a political vise. More and more members of their party are realizing that President Donald Trump is hurting their chances for re-election—and very possibly for control of the chamber. “We are staring down the barrel of a blue tsunami,” Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse said on a recent call with constituents, published by the Washington Examiner. GOP Senators are in a catch-22: standing by the President could hurt them, but straying too far risks losing support from his stalwart base. As Democrats’ chances of netting enough seats to wrest outright control of the Senate rise, Republican Senate candidates are adopting a variety of strategies to save their political skins. Some are old standbys for politicians trying to distance themselves from…

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nigeria’s youth rise up against police brutality

THE NIGERIAN ARMY AND POLICE SHOT dead at least 12 peaceful protesters in two suburbs of Lagos on Oct. 20, an Amnesty International investigation confirmed. Authorities disputed the report, though video footage that had emerged online appeared to show authorities firing live rounds at participants in nationwide #endSARS protests over police brutality, which are calling for the disbanding of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). U.S. presidential candidate Joe Biden urged Nigeria to cease the “violent crackdown on protesters.” NOTORIOUS FORCE The #endSARS hashtag dates back at least to 2017, when it was used to share experiences of assault and violence. SARS was formed in 1984 to combat an increase in armed robbery and crime, but it has been widely accused of abusing its power. Amnesty reported at least 82 cases of…

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news ticker

Thai pro-democracy protests rage Thailand’s embattled Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha vowed to protect the monarchy on Oct. 19 after several days of student-led protests. For months, protesters have called for monarchy reforms, a new constitution and Prayuth’s ouster. Thousands have rallied in October, despite dozens of arrests and a ban on protests. U.S. to execute female federal inmate The U.S. will carry out its first execution of a female federal prisoner in nearly 70 years, the Justice Department announced on Oct. 16. Lisa Montgomery, 52, who was convicted in 2007 of killing a pregnant woman in order to kidnap the baby, is scheduled to be executed by lethal injection on Dec. 8. Khashoggi’s fiancée sues Saudi leader In a lawsuit filed in a U.S. court on Oct. 20, Hatice Cengiz accused Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed…