The Newsmakers

Europe Measles Outbreak: EU, WHO insist that vaccinations are necessary

Vaccines for children have for a long time caused concern for some parents. Despite a number of studies that suggest they're safe, people still have doubts. Jack Parrock reports on the situation in Europe and what may be the potential consequences of large numbers of parents refusing to have their children vaccinated.

Are vaccines keeping the world safe?

Are vaccines keeping the world safe?

What's behind measles resurgence?

What's behind measles resurgence?

Measles Epidemic: Low vaccination leads to rise in Measles cases

Measles Epidemic: Low vaccination leads to rise in Measles cases

Measles in Romania: Lack of awareness led to low vaccination rates

Measles in Romania: Lack of awareness led to low vaccination rates

Is South Africa's Operation Dudula xenophobic against migrants?

Is South Africa's Operation Dudula xenophobic against migrants?

William Rutto Wins Kenya’s Presidential Poll

William Rutto Wins Kenya’s Presidential Poll

One year since Afghanistan under Taliban rule

One year since Afghanistan under Taliban rule

Why are monkeypox cases on the rise?

Why are monkeypox cases on the rise?

Is Japan doing enough to tackle human trafficking?

Is Japan doing enough to tackle human trafficking?

Can a ceasefire bring peace to Chad?

Can a ceasefire bring peace to Chad?

Is Ukraine endangering its own civilians?

Is Ukraine endangering its own civilians?

Will Both Palestine and Israel Hold up the Ceasefire in Gaza?

Will Both Palestine and Israel Hold up the Ceasefire in Gaza?

Uganda: 50 years after Idi Amin’s expulsion

Uganda: 50 years after Idi Amin’s expulsion

Remembering the Ugandan Asian expulsion 50 years on

Remembering the Ugandan Asian expulsion 50 years on

Nancy Pelosi's Asia Tour

Nancy Pelosi's Asia Tour

The third anniversary of India-controlled Kashmir losing its autonomy

The third anniversary of India-controlled Kashmir losing its autonomy

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