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Pandemic exposes cracks in world order

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha looks at the failure of the G20 leadership to arrive at any concrete plan to address the COVID-19 crisis.

We must make sure hunger does not emerge as a bigger killer

We talk to Vijoo Krishnan on the issues being faced by Indian farmers during the COVID-19 pandemic and the steps the government needs to take.

Wound, Disability and Crackdown on Protest in Thailand Wound, disability and crackdown on protest in Thailand

Some of the dead became heroes and some were treated like criminals, while those who did not die have to live with their wounds and disabilities.

US relief package is a giveaway to big business

Chris Caruso, education director The People’s Forum in New York, talks about the skewed priorities of the ruling class in the US as shown by the provisions of the financial package passed in the Senate

Brazilians reject Bolsonaro’s response to COVID-19

In response to Bolsonaro’s callousness towards dealing with the crisis, fresh cacerolazos took place in many cities. Talks of his impeachment have also begun to gain strength.

US indicts Nicolas Maduro for ‘narcoterrorism’

Vijay Prashad joins us to speak on the absurdity of the proceedings and its dire implications at a time when US sanctions have already caused immense harm to the people of Venezuela.

Gaza: Israeli occupation and Coronavirus pandemic

The Palestinian territory has been under a debilitating blockade since 2006, imposed by both Israel and Egypt.

How is Kerala tackling the Coronavirus pandemic?

The southern state in India is one of the few regions in the world which proactively responded to the COVID-19 threat.

Cuban medical internationalism leads the fight against COVID-19

Counting Italy, Cuba has now sent medical teams to six countries to tackle the Covid-19 outbreak.

Covid-19: Left shows the way

Leftist organizations and trade unions have been calling for greater protections for the most vulnerable in the face of COVID-19 pandemic

Egyptian Author Ahdaf Souief arrested Author Ahdaf Souief released after arrest for demanding better conditions inside Egyptian prisons

Ahdaf’s sister Laila Souief, activist Mona Seif and political science teacher Rabab El-Mahdi were the three others arrested for participating in the protest, demanding prison authorities in Egypt take serious steps to prevent the possible spread of Coronavirus and protect jail inmates.

Containing COVID-19 : What worked, what failed

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about how Italy along with Germany, France, India and the USA, are coping with the spread of COVID-19 and the treatment options available.

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