Internationally [adverb]

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The coronavirus pandemic has shown how international solidarity can actually work to address global crises and how massive amounts of money can be generated to save lives and invest in solutions.

Under heavy international pressure, officials declared the end of the program in December 2019, saying all students had successfully graduated.

TSM would also notch an international tournament win that year, a rarity for North American teams competing against Korean sides.

Most of all, Philadelphia was the greatest food city in America, a bustling international port positioned ideally to receive foods and culinary influence from the North, the South and the West Indies.

Four restaurants get their first Michelin star Today, Michelin continues its international dining guide rollout with Seoul, South Korea.

Shortly before George Floyd’s death sparked international protests, Gene Luen Yang and artist Gurihiru released the graphic novel “Superman Smashes the Klan.”

The pick marked the second straight year that the Wizards have selected an international forward in the lottery after taking Japan’s Rui Hachimura last year.

For the second year in a row, Wizards General Manager Tommy Sheppard tapped into more than two decades of international basketball experience to take an overseas player in the NBA draft.

As a bioethicist studying global access to essential medicines, I’m closely monitoring what wealthy countries, foundations and international organizations are doing about this problem.

Steven Moore, a professor of government at Wesleyan University, questioned whether there could be historical and international implications to such allegations.