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The World Today: Top Insights from The Associated Press

Saturday 20 November 2021

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FRONT PAGE

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EUR-GEN CORONAVIRUS-EUROPE PROTESTS

VIENNA – Thousands of people are expected to protest in Vienna against a new lockdown to contain the rapid increase in coronavirus infections. In other European countries such as Switzerland, Croatia and Italy protests are also scheduled. 275 words. AP Photo. SENT

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-EUR-GEN CORONAVIRUS-HOLLAND: “Orgy of violence” by COVID-19 leaves 7 injured in Holland

-EUR-GEN CORONAVIRUS-CZECH REP: Coronavirus cases set new record in Czech Republic

REP-INM USA-DETENTION CENTERS

CHICAGO – Activists promoting the gradual closing of immigration detention centers, until there are none left, celebrate a victory in Illinois. The triumph, however, is on hold because two counties go to court. By Carlos Ballesteros. 1725 words. SENT

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USA

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AMN-GEN PORTLAND-PROTESTA

PORTLAND – Portland police declare a downtown protest riot against the acquittal of a teenager who killed two people and injured another during a protest in Wisconsin. 282 words. SENT

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WORLD

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MOR-GEN LEBANON-MIGRANTS

BEIRUT – The Lebanese Navy rescues a boat with migrants heading west through the Mediterranean Sea when it broke down off the coast, according to the prime minister’s office. 247 words. SENT

UN-GEN UN-PEACE FORCES-CHALLENGES

UNITED NATIONS – The more than 66,000 United Nations peacekeepers today face greater threats as conflicts have become more complex and are driven by a growing number of factors, according to the head of the international peacekeeping force. By Edith M. Lederer. 651 words. AP Photo. SENT

ASI-GEN INDIA-RAINS

HYDERABAD, India – Heavy downpours leave at least 17 people dead and dozens missing in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, according to authorities. By Omer Farooq. 293 words. AP Photo. SENT

ASI-ECO CHINA-ANTI-MONITORING

BEIJING – China sanctions tech giants such as Alibaba Group and Tencent Holdings for failing to report corporate purchases as part of an antitrust operation by the ruling Communist Party. 237 words. AP Photo. SENT

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SPORTS

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DEP-BAS LAKERS-CELTICS

BOSTON – Jayson Tatum scores 37 points and the Boston Celtics beat Los Angeles 130-108 in the return of LeBron James to the Lakers lineup. By Ken Powtak. 451 words. AP Photo. SENT

DEP-TEN CHINA-PENG

BEIJING – An employee of China’s state television publishes images of the missing tennis player Peng Shuai on the internet in an attempt to allay concerns about her disappearance after reporting a high-ranking sexual assault charge. 434 words. AP Photo. SENT. With: DEP-TEN PENG-SEMBLANZA

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