Heartbreak in India, as the second wave of COVID-19 devastates the country. Oxygen supplies are running out, and hospitals are overwhelmed with patients. How the international community is stepping up to help.
An elderly man is slammed to the ground on a city street. It’s another shocking example of Asian-Americans being targeted across the United States.
What’s behind the attacks and what’s being done to stop them?
Vaccinations are ramping up in the U.S., but President Joe Biden warns the country is still in a war against COVID-19. Meanwhile, in Brazil, hospitals and morgues are being stretched to the limit, and the prognosis for other low-income countries is similarly grim, as vaccine distribution continues to be a major challenge.
The trial of the former police officer charged with killing George Floyd and sparking a racial reckoning in the United States enters its second week. We will take a look at relations between police and communities of color.
Thousands of migrants are arriving at the U.S. southern border, in what some are calling a crisis. We will take a look at the situation there, the COVID-19 pandemic and also at the Biden administration’s foreign policy.
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