We speak to a Turkish doctor who's done extensive aid work in Africa and he tells us how Covid-19 once again puts African bodies at risk of ethically wrong medical experiments conducted by the West.
Asian shares were mostly lower, gyrating in early Wednesday trading amid uncertainty over the coronavirus outbreak, which continues to claim more lives around the world.
Many countries are sending aid and emergency workers to those in greatest need, as a spirit of cooperation takes hold internationally.
From Wednesday, men and women will only be able to leave their homes for two hours at a time, and on different days. Until now, quarantine regulations were not based on gender.
Guidelines in Italy require hospitals to limit the number of people admitted for treatment.
Seven UK-based Formula One teams are pooling their research and development resources to assist the Government in combating the coronavirus crisis in a joint-effort dubbed Project Pitlane.
Currently, there are no approved medicines or preventive vaccines targeting the novel coronavirus, with most patients receiving only supportive care, such as help with their breathing.
Iranians have been suffering under sanctions and have been pummeled by the pandemic, but they aren't panicking.
As well as self-quarantining, these are the other measures you can take if coronavirus symptoms begin to show.
Out of 50 US service members diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries, 31 were treated in Iraq and returned to duty, says Pentagon official
In all, 53 people have died since late October. Most of those who have died have been babies and young infants, including 23 babies aged under 12 months and another 25 children aged between 1 and 4 years.
Growing scepticism of vaccines in Europe, especially in countries like France should be a cause for concern.
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