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Morning Mail / 2 lines: What mattered to the world yesterday

Morning Mail / 2 lines: What mattered to the world yesterday

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■ In the last two weeks, infections in Germany have increased by 57 percent, while the number of deaths has increased by 11 percent.

. China on Saturday reported 26 new cases related to domestic holiday travel.

■ Singapore will require vaccinations or daily entry tests next year.

. Singer Ed Sheeran announced that he was tested positive for coronavirus and that he would cancel public appearances and work at home, in quarantine.

. Sudanese protesters took to the streets of Khartoum, the capital, early in the morning, giving another sign of instability, nearly a month after a failed coup attempt by loyalists of ousted dictator Omar Hassan al-Bashir.

Cambodian officials say the Met Museum in New York's collections include artifacts that a notorious temple thief looted during decades of war.

. Colombian military forces capture Dairo Antonio Isuga, the leader of a drug cartel and the most wanted man in the country.

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