The coronavirus pandemic is the perfect breeding ground for conspiracy theories. So, what characteristics does a conspiracy theory usually have?
The coronavirus is spreading at an enormous pace in Pakistan. Analysts say the government's inaction and mismanagement of the virus has worsened the outbreak.
Conspiracy theories are coming in hard and fast during the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of them even sound plausible. So it's important to know: what makes a conspiracy theory? And why are they so popular?
The coronavirus crisis has deepened social inequalities in Pakistan, disproportionately impacting vulnerable groups such as women and children. Activists say the interventions to deal with the issue are inadequate.
Tension is high in Serbia. Protesters have taken to the streets for consecutive days to call for the president's resignation. They are absolutely correct to feel angry, DW's Miodrag Soric writes.
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