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‘Pray for Tom’: Beloved UK war veteran hospitalised for Covid-19

We look at early reactions to the military's takeover in Myanmar and a second weekend of protests in support of Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny. Papers in the UK express their concern over the hospitalisation of Captain Tom Moore, a 100-year-old war veteran who became a national treasure after raising money for the National Health Service. And a Swedish nurse is spending seven days watching films on a remote island as the sole in-person attendee of this year's Gothenburg Film Festival!

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