China Knocks on Doors to Speed Up Covid-19 Vaccinations

WSJ World - 10hr

Infections are low and people aren’t in a hurry to get the shot, but officials are pushing for 40% of China’s population to be vaccinated by summer.

In Mourning a Prince, Britain Remembers Heroic Days of World War II, Empire

WSJ World - 11hr

The death of Prince Philip signifies the changing of the guard within the U.K. from the generation that lived through the war and whose life arc encompassed the U.K.’s imperial zenith as well as its loss of empire and a shrinking global role.

Myanmar Faces Empty Factories, Closed Banks

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More than two months since the military seized power in a coup and unleashed a deadly campaign to suppress protests, Myanmar’s economy is collapsing.

EU Investigates Reports of Blood Clots in Recipients of J&J Vaccine

WSJ World - 1d

Europe’s health agency said there have been four reported cases of serious blood clots, including vaccine recipients in the U.S.

Russia Warns of Full-Scale War in Eastern Ukraine, Blames Kyiv

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The deployment of Russian troops to the border and rhetoric from Moscow are dimming hopes for a peaceful resolution of the protracted conflict.

Troubled Covid-19 Vaccine Rollout in Europe Nears Possible Turning Point

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The European Union’s economy and vaccination effort have been mired for months, but its fortunes could change by midyear—provided that mishaps stop hampering its vaccine supply.