With homelessness on the rise and an economic crisis looming, Germany faces a reckoning.
We spoke to a Doha-based Egyptian-American academic, who shed some light on the political discourse that led to a violent military coup in 2012.
Doctors, nurses and administrative staff marched without incident in the capital and other French cities to demand the government keep its promise to overhaul France's hospital system in response to the coronavirus crisis.
Covid-19 has now killed over 439,000 people worldwide since the outbreak started in China last year, according to tracking websites. Here are the developments for June 16:
Not everyone has access to computers and the internet to continue attending school from home.
President Trump's vision of shrinking the American military footprint in Germany is proving disruptive for the existing power equation in the European Union — and Poland is on his side.
Chinese, Russian and other organisations that are deemed ‘state-controlled’ will be labelled with immediate effect. What might this mean for credible journalism?
The United Nations is the main provider of reproductive health services in Yemen, where a long-running conflict has left 80 percent of people reliant on aid, but it has been forced to cut back its operations due to a funding shortfall.
The attack was an eerie throwback to deadly attacks at schools in China over past years that prompted security upgrades and that authorities have blamed largely on people bearing grudges or who had unidentified mental illnesses.
Technical challenges related to sharing information are becoming frequent across online platforms.
Novel coronavirus has infected more than 6.4 million people around the world. Here are pandemic-related updates for June 2:
Over 100 artefacts are due to go under the hammer in an online June 11 sale organised by the Paris-based Coutau-Begarie auction house.
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