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Did China rob Pakistan of $630 Million?
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Did China rob Pakistan of $630 Million?

(STL.News) A committee looking into losses in Pakistan's power sector has dug out a $630 Million scam.  The money trail leads all the way to China. WION's Executive Editor Palki Sharma Upadhyay gets you the details. YouTube video courtesy of WION News
U.S. plans to delist Chinese companies
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U.S. plans to delist Chinese companies

(STL.News) After China's Luckin coffee chain lied about financial transactions, the U.S. govt is planning to impose tougher regulations for Chinese companies listed in U.S. stock exchanges. WION's Executive Editor Palki Sharma Upadhyay gets you the story. YouTube video courtesy of WION News
Kenya: Lack of funds puts conservation projects at risk
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Kenya: Lack of funds puts conservation projects at risk

(STL.News) Millions of tourists normally flock to Kenya's wildlife reserves.  But international arrivals into the country have been stopped because of the coronavirus pandemic and the loss of tourism dollars is putting conservation projects at risk. Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from Nairobi. YouTube video courtesy of Al Jazeera News
Parts of Europe ease coronavirus curbs as new infections drop
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Parts of Europe ease coronavirus curbs as new infections drop

(STL.News) Parts of Europe are beginning to reopen after coronavirus movement curbs are slowly lifted.  Greece has reopened more than 500 of its beaches to domestic tourists.  But the continent's worst-hit country - the UK - is still considering how and when to reopen schools, and infections in Russia are still rising at an alarming rate. Al Jazeera’s Sonia Gallego reports. YouTube video courtesy of Al Jazeera News
China v/s Australia: The knives are out
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China v/s Australia: The knives are out

(STL.News) China has lashed out at Australia for demanding a global investigation into Coronavirus outbreak.  It has imposed a 80% tariff on barley imports from Australia. WION's Palki tells you how China's relationship with Australia is inching closer to a breakup. YouTube video courtesy of WION News
US – China fight dominates World Health Assembly
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US – China fight dominates World Health Assembly

(STL.News) US President Donald Trump has issued an ultimatum to WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.  Trump is threatening to pull US funding to the WHO permanently. WION's Palki tells you how the US - China fight has dominated the World Health Assembly. YouTube video courtesy of WION News
Police uses tear gas at anti-lockdown protesters in Poland
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Police uses tear gas at anti-lockdown protesters in Poland

(STL.News) Police uses tear gas at anti-lock-down protesters in Poland.  Police in Warsaw used tear gas on Saturday against protesters demanding the government act faster to allow businesses to reopen following a coronavirus shutdown. Tension are escalating around the world as residents are struggling financially and feel suppressed by their governments, and some are even feeling that their governments have failed to fulfill their obligations. YouTube video courtesy of WION News
Greeks return to beaches in heatwave
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Greeks return to beaches in heatwave

(STL.News) Greeks flocked to the seaside on Saturday (May 16) when more than 500 beaches reopened, as the country sought to walk the fine line between protecting people from COVID-19. YouTube video courtesy of WION News
Philippines storm displaces tens of thousands of people
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Philippines storm displaces tens of thousands of people

(STL.News) A powerful storm in the eastern Philippines has forced tens of thousands of people into emergency shelters.  Tropical Storm Vongfong destroyed homes and cut power on the central island of Samar. And as Jamela Alindogan reports, there are fears the evacuations could increase the spread of coronavirus. YouTube video courtesy of Al Jazeera News
Beijing envoy takes on the Hong Kong protest movement
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Beijing envoy takes on the Hong Kong protest movement

(STL.News) Fifteen veteran pro-democracy figures were arrested last month on charges of unlawful assembly.  The case is drawing attention to the role of Beijing's new top envoy in the territory, as he tries to stop a resurgent protest movement. YouTube video courtesy of Al Jazeera News
Coronavirus-fuelled racism adds to Haitians’ plight in Chile
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Coronavirus-fuelled racism adds to Haitians’ plight in Chile

(STL.News) Haitians in Chile - the largest migrant community in Latin America - are underpaid and often live in dire conditions.  Many are afraid to seek government and medical help for fear of being deported, and now, the pandemic is fueling racism. Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Santiago. YouTube video courtesy of Al Jazeera News
Hospitals running out of ICU beds in Brazil
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Hospitals running out of ICU beds in Brazil

(STL.News) COVID-19 has killed more than 15,000 in Brazil and reported infections have surpassed those in Italy and Spain.  Experts say that with a lack of testing, these numbers could be much higher.  But, President Jair Bolsonaro has repeatedly downplayed the risks of the disease and pushed to reopen the economy.  Many people, including healthcare workers, feel they are being left on their own to battle the pandemic. Al Jazeera's Priyanka Gupta reports. YouTube video courtesy of Al Jazeera News
Iran’s businesses struggle to stay open amid coronavirus COVID-19
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Iran’s businesses struggle to stay open amid coronavirus COVID-19

(STL.News) The global coronavirus pandemic is having a significant impact on economies around the globe.  Many years under heavy United States sanctions have forced domestic investment in Iran, which has been good for many local businesses, and domestic brands now dominate this big consumer market.  Amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which has forced millions to stay home and business to halt, some businesses are now doing everything they can to keep their doors open post-pandemic. Al Jazeera's Zein Basravi reports from Tehran in Iran. YouTube video courtesy of Al Jazeera News Visit Sitemap