How are things going with the treatment of COVID patients? And what happens if infection rates continue to rise? Doctors discuss their daily lives on the front lines of the coronavirus.
The authorities believe that the suspects are operating out of Nairobi, even though they apparently use “internationally-registered” phone numbers.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan wants to redraw national borders in the Mediterranean region and is alienating neighboring countries. Turkey and Greece, both NATO allies, are mobilizing their navies against each other.
Beyoncé has long been lauded for promoting Black pride and body-positivity. A new Bollywood song which mentions her in its lyrics is being perceived as a blow to the singer’s stance against discrimination.
At least 16 people have been killed in Uganda amid unrest triggered by the arrest of presidential candidate Bobi Wine. Police said the deaths were caused by gunfire, suffocation from tear gas, and a hit-and-run incident. The police medical services director, Moses Byaruhanga, told reporters on Thursday that the death toll from Wednesday’s violent protests…
The British Ministry of Defense reportedly insisted that “there are numerous safety checks and processes” in place to “protect the safety and use of weapons” aboard the British submarines.
The protests, triggered by French police dislodging 2,500 refugees on 17 November, entered their second day on Tuesday.