Chinese police crack down on protests over the zero-COVID policy

Chinese police crack down on protests over the zero-covid policy

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Plus, a senior Russian diplomat says Moscow has postponed a round of nuclear talks with the U.S. and a top jailed opposition leader in Belarus is reportedly in intensive care after being hospitalized.

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