Since the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, doctors have learned a lot more about the disease. That might be good news for President Donald Trump. And, the British fashion label Fred Perry announced last week that it stopped selling their black and yellow polo shirt in Canada and the US. The shirt has become part of the de facto uniform of the Proud Boys, a white supremacist group. Also, the Great North Air Ambulance Service in northern England is considering a new transport device for its medics: Jet suits.
US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump announced early Friday that they had tested positive for the coronavirus, after playing down the pandemic for months. Trump joins other presidents and prime ministers in the small group of world leaders who have been infected. And French President Emmanuel Macron announced a new law combatting religious “separatism.”
Many steps led to German reunification, but perhaps none more dramatic and pivotal than the night the Berlin Wall fell, Nov. 9, 1989. Peter Brinkmann, a West German newspaper journalist based in Hamburg at the time, was there.
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