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Coronavirus restrictions start to loosen in Europe; Oil-producing nations agree to 10% cut in output; Trump's coronavirus promises largely unfulfilled

Spain is starting to loosen some restrictions, as there are signs things are starting to improve in the fight against the novel coronavirus. Also, oil-producing nations will cut production by nearly 10%. And a month after the US declared a state of emergency, many of the president's promises to address the pandemic remain unfulfilled. And faith leaders have been confronted with many challenges to tradition in the time of the coronavirus.

Women & Girls

The Chinese feminists fighting patriarchy in China from abroad

While China’s government has cracked down on women’s rights activists through censorship, an informal network of Chinese citizens living abroad are working to support their efforts to combat sexual harassment and inequality back home. They want to bring the stories of activists and other women in China to international audiences.

Environment

Beijing's pollution defies measurement, but not history

Residents of Beijing an other parts of northern China are still dealing with terrible pollution, but it's not nearly as bad as it was on Saturday, when pollution levels exceeded the scales used to measure such problems. But while the pollution is horrible, China's not the first place to deal with deadly pollution.

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Arts, Culture & Media

China trade fair shows slowing economy

China's once-booming economy is slowing down. One indicator is the country's largest international trade fair. It takes place in the city of Guangzhou, the answer to the Geo Quiz. At this fall's event, manufacturers say the number of orders is way down.

Global Politics

Geo Quiz and answer

Today's Geo Quiz deals with a tussle over the new Tube map in London. The city's latest map of the London Underground excludes an image of the Thames River, and that's ruffled some feathers.

Environment

Beijing's pollution defies measurement, but not history

Residents of Beijing an other parts of northern China are still dealing with terrible pollution, but it's not nearly as bad as it was on Saturday, when pollution levels exceeded the scales used to measure such problems. But while the pollution is horrible, China's not the first place to deal with deadly pollution.