The Newsmakers

Is the Worst of the Pandemic Behind Us?

In the two years since the start of the pandemic, more than six million people have died from COVID-19. But it's not just lives that have been lost, it's livelihoods too. With nations forced to introduce severe restrictions to stop the spread of the virus, millions lost their jobs as entire economies ground to a halt. But in 2022, in most parts of the world it almost feels like the pandemic is over. In many of the wealthiest nations, governments have been lifting restrictions rapidly. But is it too soon? Oksana Pyzik Senior Teaching Fellow at UCL School of Pharmacy Dr Daniel Goyal NHS Medical Consultant Dr Edward Kelley WHO's Former Integrated Health Services Director

Being an Imam in a Pandemic

Being an Imam in a Pandemic

WHO declare the Coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic

WHO declare the Coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic

Animals thrive during coronavirus lockdown

Animals thrive during coronavirus lockdown

Latin American countries confront poverty and coronavirus pandemic

Latin American countries confront poverty and coronavirus pandemic

Should Iran come back to the negotiating table for a new nuclear deal?

Should Iran come back to the negotiating table for a new nuclear deal?

Will new French social media law fight terrorism?

Will new French social media law fight terrorism?

Is Brazil’s Electoral System Flawed?

Is Brazil’s Electoral System Flawed?

International Outrage as Myanmar Executes Four Activists

International Outrage as Myanmar Executes Four Activists

Tunisians back referendum with record low turnout

Tunisians back referendum with record low turnout

Sri Lanka’s New President

Sri Lanka’s New President

Kenya’s Upcoming Elections

Kenya’s Upcoming Elections

PTI’s Punjab Victory

PTI’s Punjab Victory

Sri Lanka’s Political Crisis

Sri Lanka’s Political Crisis

Türkiye’s Failed Coup: Six Years On

Türkiye’s Failed Coup: Six Years On

Shinzo Abe’s Legacy

Shinzo Abe’s Legacy

COVID-19 Surges Again

COVID-19 Surges Again

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