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November 11, 2020

Past News

Annual Neal A. Maxwell Lecture teaches about legacies (Tuesday 10 November, 2020)

Church historian Kate Holbrook taught about the weight a legacy can have from the view of a disciple-scholar at the 2020 Neal A. Maxwell Lecture, held online Nov. 7.

Mormon Church ‘Reach Out’ with €20,000 Rescue Package (Tuesday 10 November, 2020)

Despite its recent troubled past, during which the Torrevieja Homeless charity almost closed its doors, the future now looks far more secure for Reach Out, Extiende de Mano, thanks to a most generous donation of €20,000 and 2,000 facemasks from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Torrevieja.

Armenia, Azerbaijan agree to end fight in Nagorno-Karabakh (Tuesday 10 November, 2020)

Armenia and Azerbaijan announced an agreement early Tuesday to halt fighting over the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan under a pact signed with Russia that calls for deployment of nearly 2,000 Russian peacekeepers and territorial concessions.

Utah couple runs Mormon historic pioneer trail to bring awareness to mental health (Tuesday 10 November, 2020)

People who have run marathons know it usually takes months and months of preparation, but how about running more than 50 marathons back to back to back? One Utah couple hit the road a couple months ago to do just that, and to spread awareness about mental health.

Judge to hear arguments over protective order in DOJ suit against Google (Tuesday 10 November, 2020)

A judge on Monday said he would hear arguments regarding the protection of confidential information in the Justice Department’s antitrust lawsuit filed against Google.

US sanctions 4 Chinese officials over Hong Kong crackdown (Tuesday 10 November, 2020)

The U.S. State Department has announced sanctions against an additional four Chinese officials over the crackdown on political rights in Hong Kong.

Zoom to implement heightened security program in settlement with the FTC (Tuesday 10 November, 2020)

Videoconferencing platform Zoom has agreed to implement a security program as part of a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced Monday.

Congress votes to oust Peru’s president amid pandemic crisis (Tuesday 10 November, 2020)

Peruvian lawmakers voted overwhelmingly Monday night to remove President Martín Vizcarra from office, expressing anger over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and citing alleged but unproven corruption allegations.

Latest temple updates: 2 temples advancing to Phase 2, 1 in US returns to Phase 1 (Tuesday 10 November, 2020)

Two temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — one in the state of Louisiana and one in the Philippines — will be moving to Phase 2 operations beginning Monday, Nov. 16, with a temple in the United States’ Northeast having dropped back to Phase 1.

Here’s how the church’s annual #LightTheWorld campaign will be different this Christmas (Tuesday 10 November, 2020)

The annual #LightTheWorld campaign won’t involve the unique red Giving Machines this year, but an abundance of service opportunities remain.

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