The New Paper

June 4, 2021

The New Paper Weekly Recap: World

  • China said it will allow couples to have up to three children (6/1)
  • A key Israeli opposition party backed plans to form a unity government that aims to end Netanyahu’s term as Prime Minister after 12 years in power (6/1)
  • The Vatican unveiled a series of changes to its Code of Canon Law (6/2)
  • Iran’s largest navy ship sank in the Gulf of Oman after catching fire (6/2)
  • Israeli opposition parties reached a deal to form a unity government (6/3)
  • The White House shared a framework outlining how surplus vaccines will be donated overseas and named the recipients of a 25M initial allotment (6/4)
  • Hong Kong police arrested an organizer of the city’s annual candlelight vigil that commemorates the Tiananmen Square massacre (6/4)
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