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E.U. Tries Gentle Diplomacy to Counter Hungary’s Crackdown on Democracy

E.U. Tries Gentle Diplomacy to Counter Hungary’s Crackdown on Democracy European leaders were reluctant to pick a fight with Prime Minister Viktor Orban a day after he secured powers to rule by decree indefinitely.

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Roberto Stella, Regional Doctor with a National Presence, Dies at 67 - The New York Times

Roberto Stella, Regional Doctor with a National Presence, Dies at 67 - The New York Times Dr. Stella was listed as the first Italian physician to die of the coronavirus.

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Steven Dick, British Diplomat in Hungary, Dies at 37 - The New York Times

Steven Dick, British Diplomat in Hungary, Dies at 37 - The New York Times Mr. Dick, the deputy British ambassador to Hungary, always dreamed of working for the Foreign Office.

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‘We Are in a Cage:’ Spanish Town Lives Under a Lockdown Within a Lockdown

‘We Are in a Cage:’ Spanish Town Lives Under a Lockdown Within a Lockdown A town near Barcelona has withdrawn into itself to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Dozens have died at an overstretched hospital, and the cost of confinement goes far beyond illness.

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‘Health Care Kamikazes’: How Spain’s Workers Are Battling Coronavirus, Unprotected

‘Health Care Kamikazes’: How Spain’s Workers Are Battling Coronavirus, Unprotected Over 12,000 health care workers have contracted Covid-19 in Spain amid grave shortages in personal protective equipment. Nurses and doctors showed us how they make their own gowns, masks and shields.

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Longtemps contrainte au silence, la victime d’un Ă©crivain pĂ©dophile tĂ©moigne enfin

Longtemps contrainte au silence, la victime d’un Ă©crivain pĂ©dophile tĂ©moigne enfin Des dĂ©cennies durant, l’écrivain Gabriel Matzneff s’est servi de son image et de ses lettres pour justifier sa traque d’adolescentes. Son tĂ©moignage avait Ă©tĂ© rejetĂ© — jusqu’à maintenant.

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Long-Silenced Victim of a Pedophile Writer Gets to Tell Her Story

Long-Silenced Victim of a Pedophile Writer Gets to Tell Her Story For decades, the writer Gabriel Matzneff used Francesca Gee’s image and letters to champion his sexual pursuit of adolescents. But her own account was rejected, until now.

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Coronavirus, Spain, New York: Your Tuesday Briefing

Coronavirus, Spain, New York: Your Tuesday Briefing Here’s what you need to know.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Scale Down Their Royal P.R. Machine

Prince Harry and Meghan Scale Down Their Royal P.R. Machine With little fanfare, the couple transferred control of their brand to advisers in Los Angeles, their new home.

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Early van Gogh Painting Stolen From Dutch Museum

Early van Gogh Painting Stolen From Dutch Museum “The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen in Spring” was the only thing missing after a heist near Amsterdam. Whoever was behind the theft made the move on the artist’s birthday, knowingly or not.

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