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Pyongyang is lifting its strictest anti-viral measures after declaring victory over the coronavirus. Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korea's dictator Kim Jong Un, blamed the COVID outbreak on leaflets from the South.
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A lockdown on the Chinese island of Hainan has been extended to cover several cities. The tourism-dependent province, which had comparatively few cases during the pandemic, is battling its worst outbreak so far.
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Worldwide, writers are being persecuted more than ever, says PEN Germany, including by autocratic regimes who have weaponized pandemic restrictions.
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