US to restrict visas for four African nations - Africa prepares for high risk of coronavirus spread - Zambians sue mining giant Vedanta in UK
Some 24 countries apart from China have registered cases of the coronavirus, now officially named Covid-19. None of them are in Africa, despite the increasingly tight links between the two regions. DW explores why.
Hundreds of US nationals landed in California after being evacuated from China's Wuhan due to the coronavirus. The WHO has called for $675 million (€613 million) in donations from UN countries to fight the outbreak.
A landmark case is getting underway in the UK. Miner Vedanta Resources has been sued by nearly 2,000 Zambian villagers. The question: Is a multinational responsible for the actions of its foreign subsidiaries?
At Siemens' annual shareholder meeting in Munich, climate change took center stage as activists protested outside. The company's vocal CEO, Joe Kaeser, acknowledged the issue, but is sticking to his plans.
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