Dr Khan examines fears that the coronavirus variant which began in South Africa might be able to evade current vaccines.
From the use of armoured cars and flak jackets to digital technology and live satellite broadcasts.
After 50 men were freed from detention in March, the fate of asylum seekers who remained behind is unclear.
As historic buildings are demolished, some residents of Dushanbe mourn lost memories while others embrace change.
Thirty-three years after mass killings of Kurds in northern Iraq, families struggle to identify and bury the victims.
Lucia Newman explores a rapidly escalating conflict and talks to the elusive leader of the main armed Indigenous group.
Dr Khan examines what we know so far, who should take an AstraZeneca vaccine and the symptoms of a blood clot.
Months after contracting COVID-19, I still have fatigue, brain fog, heart palpitations and find it harder to breathe.
A photojournalist describes capturing some of the most memorable moments of the war in Libya.
Young Russians explain which politician they think is better for the country - or why neither of them may be.
Dr Khan examines what we know so far about the new variant.
From social distancing as a visually impaired person to coping with closed hospitals, five Nigerians tell their stories.
From Britain to France to Portugal, India left its mark on the tastes and menus of its European colonisers.
The British activist who campaigned to make ‘upskirting’ illegal and the American anti-racism activist who inspires her.
The late president has left behind a nation divided in memory of a leader who was simultaneously revered and loathed.
The Wet'suwet'en matriarch is defending her traditional territories in Canada from the construction of the CGL pipeline.
'My brain gradually shut down until I barely remembered my name and had no control over parts of my body.'
Artificial Intelligence is already part of our lives and it will play a key role in future wars. But is it...
Europe seems to be starting a third wave of COVID-19 despite the vaccine rollout. Why? And what is the New York...
Zahraa Ghandour and her mentor Hanaa Edwar have broken tradition to voice the struggles of women in their community.
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