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One year after Wuhan’s lockdown, the Chinese city has long since sprung back to life. But one dissident remains bunkered in his 14th-floor apartment, afraid that the virus will return and China's communist government will again try to conceal the truth.
Living in exile: Many Egyptians who took part in Arab Spring protests that rocked the country 10 years ago have since fled their homeland. They fear for their safety under President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi's harsh crackdown on opponents. By @sylviahui.
The Delaware Humane Association hosted an "indoguration" for President-elect Joe Biden's rescue dog, Major. The executive director of the shelter says he hopes the event will "shine a light on shelter dogs and animal shelters throughout the country."
Arizona Republicans voted to censure Cindy McCain and two other prominent party members who broke ranks with Donald Trump. Many traditional conservatives fret that the censures will turn off swing voters who handed Democrats recent victories in the state.
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