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China's Covid-19 success

Almost a year ago, a novel coronavirus emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan, and quickly spread around the world. The disease it caused, COVID-19 has since infected tens of millions of people, and decimated livelihoods, businesses and economies. But China itself has not suffered nearly as much as other countries. Joel Flynn tells us why. Vaccines for Coronavirus 💉 👉 http://trt.world/16gx #China #Covid19 #Wuhan

Elderly Covid-19 patient gives violin performance to Wuhan doctors after recovery

Elderly Covid-19 patient gives violin performance to Wuhan doctors after recovery

Coronavirus cases rise in China, S Korea

Coronavirus cases rise in China, S Korea

China begins to lift restrictions and share its expertise

China begins to lift restrictions and share its expertise

Chinese coronavirus patients dance in quarantine units to break daily routine

Chinese coronavirus patients dance in quarantine units to break daily routine

Fears of sabotage as gas pours into Baltic from pipelines

Fears of sabotage as gas pours into Baltic from pipelines

Africa Matters: Burkina Faso Insecurity

Africa Matters: Burkina Faso Insecurity

Erdogan calls on UN for a 'dignified way' to end Ukraine war

Erdogan calls on UN for a 'dignified way' to end Ukraine war

Africa Matters: Somalia nutrition centres at capacity

Africa Matters: Somalia nutrition centres at capacity

Africa Matters: UN Security Council Reform

Africa Matters: UN Security Council Reform

Africa Matters: Uganda begins paying DRC for war damages

Africa Matters: Uganda begins paying DRC for war damages

Africa Matters: Nigerian recycler banks on trash

Africa Matters: Nigerian recycler banks on trash

Queen's coffin to lie in state for four days at Westminster Hall

Queen's coffin to lie in state for four days at Westminster Hall

Africa Matters: Queen Elizabeth's Legacy

Africa Matters: Queen Elizabeth's Legacy

Africa Matters: Brushing stress away

Africa Matters: Brushing stress away

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II dies in Scotland at age 96

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II dies in Scotland at age 96

Africa Matters: Cameroon helping children through trauma

Africa Matters: Cameroon helping children through trauma

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