The coronavirus pandemic is putting the squeeze on Latin American livelihoods, with millions out of work and many losing their homes. Governments are struggling to help their citizens make ends meet.
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Young people in Brazil, South Africa, India and Germany talk about how they cope with social isolation and pandemic fatigue.
In Latin America, the coronavirus pandemic and police brutality are rife. People are regularly killed during protests or in police custody. Why are security forces so ruthless?
The number of infections is constantly rising and the flattening of the infection curve seems to be a long way off. Were the strict lockdown measures in Latin America ineffective?
The COVID pandemic's effects have disproportionately hit women, says Amnesty International's sobering new report. That's largely because we've ignored their plight, argues DW's Editor-in-Chief Manuela Kasper-Claridge.
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