The New York Times International Edition in Print for Tuesday, Sep. 1, 2020

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    Big Oil Is in Trouble. Its Plan: Flood Africa With Plastic.

    Faced with plunging profits and a climate crisis that threatens fossil fuels, the industry is demanding a trade deal that weakens Kenya’s rules on plastics and on imports of American trash.

    By Hiroko TabuchiMichael Corkery and

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      Most multiplexes around the country have been empty during the pandemic, but theater companies hope new releases will bring audiences back.
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      Movies Are Returning to Theaters. Will Audiences Follow?

      Big-budget films are being released for the first time since March, but the willingness of people to sit inside a closed room with strangers for several hours is still uncertain.

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      A protester with a former German Empire flag during a demonstration against coronavirus restrictions on Saturday in Berlin.
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      Anna Sauerbrey

      Meet Germany’s Bizarre Anti-Lockdown Protesters

      A strange mix of conspiracy theorists, far-right extremists and ordinary citizens have taken to the streets. Why?

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