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Brazil's Indigenous people have consistently protested against the policies of President Jair Bolsonaro. But his son claims the current administration has done more for them than any other government. Is this true?
The World Table Tennis Team Championships are the first major sporting event to be hosted by China since the Olympics. However, a COVID-19 lockdown has dampened any sense of anticipation in a table tennis-crazy nation.