Myanmar has one of the weakest health care systems in the world, and the combined effect of COVID and a military coup has stretched it to a point of total collapse.
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Several German officials have slammed an idea from Merkel's chief aide to increase freedoms for vaccinated people.
Chinese officials said Washington was not qualified to level criticism on human rights during a rare face-to-face meeting in Tianjin.
Australia's Ariarne Titmus has claimed gold ahead of rival Kathleen Ledecky in the women's 400-meter freestyle.
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President Kais Saied removed Hichem Mechichi from his post as Tunisia's prime minister after violent protests. The ruling party is now accusing the president of a "coup."
Indian rescue teams are digging through mud and sludge a day after a deluge killed at least 159 people. Goa's Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said it is the worst flooding since 1982.
In a new report, the UN says there has been a sharp increase in the deaths of women and children in Afghanistan. The Taliban is seeking to expand its territory, with devastating consequences for civilians.
Rick Allen was hit by an avalanche while climbing K2, the world's second-highest mountain. The renowned climber was on an expedition for a children's charity.
The leaders of Iraq and the US are expected to outline a "new phase" of US involvement in the country. Experts believe that little will change on the ground.
Authorities have removed websites belonging to Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny and dozens of his allies. The move comes during the run-up to parliamentary elections in September.
Germany's gymnastics team wore full-body suits in a protest against the sexualization of women in the sport.
Noor Mukadam's brutal murder puts a spotlight on toxic misogyny in Pakistani society.
Polish firms are busy challenging stereotypes by acquiring foreign companies.
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The taekwondo fighter thinks she failed in Tokyo after missing the podium. The opposite is the case.
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3x3 basketball, dubbed "the number one urban team sport in the world," made its Olympic debut.
Can solar power plants provide enough energy to large factories? And does that work in northern Europe too?
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City were cleared of misconduct by CAS last year, but a new email leak has renewed scrutiny of their financial affairs.
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