News Wire | Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2023

Bolsonaro in Florida Hospital; 1,500 Supporters Detained After Brasilia Riots

By Gabriel Araujo, Anthony Boadle & Jamie McGeever | Reuters

Far-right former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro was admitted to a hospital in Florida on Monday with stomach pains as 1,500 of his supporters were rounded up in Brasilia after storming key buildings in the capital over the weekend.

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China Suspends Travel Visas From Japan and South Korea Over COVID Curbs

By Eleanor Olcott, Eri Sugiura & Thomas Hale | Financial Times (free)

Beijing has suspended visa issuance for visitors from Japan and South Korea in its first retaliation against the flurry of COVID-19 entry restrictions introduced in recent weeks by governments against travelers from China.

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