Indonesia becomes the world’s latest COVID hot spot
COVID-19 is tearing through Indonesia, where the total case count is nearing 3 million and the infection rates have skyrocketed since mid-May. And today, UNESCO announced it is revoking Liverpool’s World Heritage status, over concerns about the city's waterfront redevelopment plans. Also, a rocket attack in Kabul, near the presidential palace, is yet another reminder of the worsening security situation in Afghanistan, with most US troops having already left. And, Seattle-based artist Dakota has roots in Guam. By researching the island's history, Dakota developed a unique hip-hop style.
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- Indonesia struggles as it becomes the world’s latest COVID hot spot
- Greece celebrates Antetokounmpo
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- UNESCO revokes World Heritage Site status for Liverpool, UK
- Rocket fire in Kabul signals deepening insecurity as US troops withdraw from Afghanistan
- Ben & Jerry’s ice cream causes political firestorm in Israel
- Immigrant farmworkers continue to struggle with extreme heat
- Are global media outlets connecting the dots between extreme weather and climate change?
- ‘I can speak the language of rhyme:’ Dakota Camacho on Guam, family and hip-hop