The Newsmakers

Crisis in Kyrgyzstan

In the space of less than a fortnight Kyrgyzstan has had contested parliamentary elections, protests and a state of emergency. A convicted kidnapper, Sadyr Japarov, has been named prime minister and has called on President Sooronbay Jeenbekov to honour a promise to resign. The situation is moving quickly in this Central Asian state but will people power prevail? Natalie Poyhonen reports.

Polls suggest tight race among Trump and Biden in Wisconsin

Polls suggest tight race among Trump and Biden in Wisconsin

Testing Democracy | Inside America with Ghida Fakhry

Testing Democracy | Inside America with Ghida Fakhry

Russia Votes: Putin expected to win another 6-year term

Russia Votes: Putin expected to win another 6-year term

Polls in Georgia show Biden, Trump neck and neck

Polls in Georgia show Biden, Trump neck and neck

Are We Close to Curing COVID-19?

Are We Close to Curing COVID-19?

Vaccine Viability

Vaccine Viability

The Battle For Tigray

The Battle For Tigray

Ethiopia's Tigray Crisis

Ethiopia's Tigray Crisis

France’s Secularism and Sacrilege

France’s Secularism and Sacrilege

French Fallout

French Fallout

Why Biden Won

Why Biden Won

How Biden Beat Trump

How Biden Beat Trump

US Election 2020

US Election 2020

America Decides

America Decides

Muslim World's Falling Out With France

Muslim World's Falling Out With France

​Boycotting France

​Boycotting France

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