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Hopes over ‘promising’ Oxford coronavirus vaccine trial

By France24
21 July 2020   |   12:47 pm
The French paper Libération speaks to an exiled Uighur who details the brutal persecution campaign led by Chinese authorities, including confirmation of forced sterilisations. Also, the British press is extremely hopeful over a promising Oxford research team's vaccine trial. Plus, find out why Zoom meetings have led to a rise in casual workwear and... a spike in demand for cosmetic surgery!

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