Isabella Kwai is a breaking news reporter in the London bureau of The New York Times. She joined The Times in 2017 as part of a core team to establish a new Australia bureau to cover the Oceania region. She has covered the detention of asylum seekers, climate change and stories focusing on culture and identity. She has also helmed the daily Europe briefing.
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I'm a reporter covering international breaking news. When I’m not keeping abreast of geopolitics and current affairs, I try to escape into the inner lives of other human beings. Here are five things I have been watching, listening to and reading →
By Isabella Kwai
The London police, with new powers against ‘serious disruption,’ arrest dozens of protesters.
Prior to the coronation, the police had said that there would be little tolerance for disruptive protests. On the day itself, more than 50 people were arrested, most on offenses that appeared to be connected to protests.
By Emma Bubola and Megan Specia