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“Sri Lankans after months of protests have got what they want”—Gotabaya Rajapaksa resigns

Also on the daily podcast: Europe’s healthy big tech firms, and remembering Peter Brook

GOTABAYA RAJAPAKSA, Sri Lanka’s president, announced he will step down on Wednesday after protestors occupied Colombo, the country’s capital, over the weekend. Whoever succeeds him will inherit a host of thorny economic problems. Why Europe’s big tech firms are well placed to weather a downturn. And remembering Peter Brook, an extraordinary theatre director who died at the age of 93. Runtime 22m.

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