Made in Malaysia: How mosque event spread virus to SE Asia

A gathering of Muslims, held at the end of last month at a sprawling mosque complex on the outskirts of Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur, has emerged as a source of … Read More

South Africa's repatriated citizens test negative for COVID-19

South Africa’s government has repatriated more than 120 of its citizens from Wuhan in China, where the new coronavirus originated. So far, 38 cases of the virus have been confirmed … Read More

Turkey launches self-defence military operation in Syria

Turkey says it has launched a renewed military operation in northwestern Syria. It follows the killing of 34 Turkish soldiers in the Syrian government air attacks in … source

US Democrats grill Pompeo over Iran, coronavirus

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has been testifying before Congress for the first time since the killing of Iran’s most powerful general. Many Democrats on the House Foreign Affairs … Read More

🇮🇳 🇺🇸 Trump and Modi: a meeting of minds or egos? | The Stream

India is granting US President Donald Trump a warm welcome on his first visit to the country, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi sharing the stage with him to inaugurate the … Read More

Coronavirus in Europe: Two deaths confirmed in Italy

A second person in northern Italy has died after catching coronavirus. Doctors there are struggling to contain the spread. Al Jazeera’s Catherine Stancl reports. – Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe … Read More

Burned out doctors or broken system? | The Stream

First, do no harm. The main tenet of the Hippocratic Oath doctors take when beginning their career to care for patients. But what happens when they have to navigate roadblocks … Read More

Australia's Wildlife Emergency | 101 East

For more than six months, Australia has been on fire. Millions of hectares have burned, dozens of lives have been lost, thousands of homes destroyed – and now a wildlife … Read More

Coronavirus: Japan gov't defends handling of ship quarantine

Questions are being raised about whether the quarantine on board the Diamond Princess cruise ship docked in Japan actually worked. The number of infections on the ship has climbed to … Read More

Why aren't there more black farmers in the United States? | The Stream

A hundred years ago, 15 percent of farmers in the United States were black. Today, that number has shrunk to less than two percent. The decline is due largely … … Read More

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