Shanghai lifts curbs after lengthy lockdown
02 June 2022 | 5:25 am
Shanghai eases a range of COVID curbs after a two-month lockdown. Meanwhile, North Korea reports more than 90,000 new "fever" cases. DW has the latest.
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