The impact of coronavirus on Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement

February 11, 2020

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People wear protective masks during their morning commute in Hong Kong following the outbreak of a new coronavirus, Feb. 10, 2020.

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Tyrone Siu/Reuters

The coronavirus outbreak is doing what the Chinese government has not — put a stop to the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. And, the Philippines has given notice that it intends to end the Visiting Forces Agreement, which lets the US rotate its armed forces through Philippine military bases. Plus, happy 80th birthday to the classic cartoon duo Tom and Jerry — who are still popular around the world after all these years.

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