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Outgoing German Chancellor Angela Merkel made a greater commitment to Africa than her predecessors. But her policies haven't necessarily made a difference on the ground.
The massive multitrillion-yen package, including cash handouts and aid to businesses, is expected to help support the recovery of Asia's second-biggest economy.
German politicians have called on police to help enforce COVID rules that business owners have been left to implement. One minister said issuing fewer parking tickets is more sensible than ignoring rule breakers.
Elizabeth Holmes defended herself against charges of deceiving investors and patients about her now-defunct blood-testing company. If convicted, Holmes faces up to 20 years in prison.
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