A year with Covid-19, US presidential election, Black Lives Matter, Samuel Paty and Nagorno-Karabakh

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    We did not see it coming. An invisible foe indifferent to man-made borders. The world’s greatest pandemic in a century triggered fear, anxiety, sometimes the worst but also the best in humanity. In Italy and elsewhere, we clapped for care workers who appropriately bore the name of frontline workers, heading into battle desperately short of protective equipment, at times sacrificing their own lives. Then, without masks or enough information about what had hit us, came lockdown.

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