The World Health Organization is sounding the alarm over the surge in new coronavirus infections in Europe. Is a second lockdown inevitable? Plus, could Brexit break the special relationship between the US & UK?
The total global tally of COVID-19 infections has surpassed 30 million. Israel is re-entering a nationwide lockdown while France and the UK are imposing new restrictions. DW wraps up the latest developments.
A group of wealthy countries have already secured the majority of promised stock of vaccines, a new study shows. Elsewhere, the pandemic leads to increased discrimination in Asia. DW wraps up the latest developments.
DW's Minsk-based freelance journalist Alexander Burakov has been sentenced to 10 days in prison after being arrested on Wednesday night. Belarus authorities have been targeting the media ahead of Sunday's election.
Over 5 million people have been infected with coronavirus in India. As many as 60,000 cases may have gone undetected in Australia. All the latest from DW here.
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