“Millions of Kenyan pupils returned to school on Monday for the first time since classes were dismissed 10 months earlier due to the coronavirus pandemic. Mask-wearing students had their temperatures checked before entering school to repeat their lost academic year, in what was both a relief and a concern to their parents.”
“Finance ministers and officials from around the world will gather soon for a virtual annual meeting of the IMF and World Bank. Assembled officials should advance consensus on areas where, regardless of the political outcome in the U.S., collective action will be needed to address the worst development and humanitarian crisis in modern history.”
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