The New York Times International Edition in Print for Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020

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    Hundreds of mock tombstones on a lawn in North Miami, Fla., honor those who have died from the coronavirus.
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    A ‘Terrifying’ Coronavirus Surge Will Land in Biden’s Lap

    Total coronavirus cases in the U.S. surpassed 10 million on Sunday. Experts say the virus is spreading out of control and could grow worse before President-elect Biden takes office.

    By Sarah MervoshMitch Smith and

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    Supporters of Joseph R. Biden Jr. at a rally in Macon, Ga., in October.
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    How Georgia Turned From Reliably Republican to Political Ground Zero

    Joe Biden’s narrow lead in Georgia and the runoffs that will determine control of the Senate have raised questions as to whether 2020 is a Trumpian aberration or a long-anticipated political shift.

    By Lisa Lerer and

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      Charles M. Blow

      Third Term of the Obama Presidency

      Joe Biden represents a move back to normalcy, but progressives will push for change.

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