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WHO releases new guidelines, sends team to China; Elections in Singapore and Poland; Turkish court annuls Hagia Sophia decree

The WHO released new guidelines on Thursday acknowledging some reports of airborne transmission of the coronavirus. And, the WHO sent a team to China today to lay the groundwork for an investigation on the origins of the novel coronavirus. Meanwhile, several countries are making additional moves to reopen. The UK government announced that starting Friday, visitors arriving in England from 58 selected countries will no longer be required to self-isolate for 14 days.

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A global push for racial justice in the climate movement

For years, mainstream environmental movements around the globe have excluded people of color, who are disproportionately impacted by climate change. Today’s global Black Lives Matter protests have amplified calls for institutions of all kinds — including environmental groups — to challenge and dismantle chronic systemic racism.

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Arts, Culture & Media

Mark Ronson

The producer behind breakthrough hits for Lilly Allen and Amy Winehouse, Mark Ronson has just released an album under his own name, called "Version," featuring those stars and others.

Arts, Culture & Media

Garth Jennings

Director Garth Jennings is known for memorable music videos such as Blur's "Coffee & TV" and Beck's "Hell Yes." He speaks with Faith Salie about his new film, "Son of Rambow."