Every 24 hours a woman dies a violent death in Argentina. Although crime is down during the country's lockdown, violence against women is surging. The perpetrators are usually husbands or relatives. The crime scenes are their own homes.
The novel coronavirus has already changed the way we think about work. What implications might this have for the office and and the way cities work in the future?
Uganda has lived up to its reputation as Africa's most hospitable nation by opening its border to 1,500 people fleeing militias. But the coronavirus lockdown means many more fleeing conflict have been locked out.
Men, women and children all become infected with the new coronavirus equally often. But men tend to suffer more severe cases of COVID-19 and are more likely to die of it. DW looks at possible explanations.
While the first countries are easing their lockdowns, others report more and more new cases every day. Data for the global picture shows: The pandemic is far from over. DW has the latest statistics.
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