‘Coronavirus ended our marriage’ – BBC News

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Around the world – from South America to West Africa – previously happy couples are splitting up, and many are divorcing.

The stress of the pandemic has been blamed by some, while others say it has highlighted old problems.

So what is it like to go through a break up during an already challenging year?

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