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Here are some of the unusual things we’ve learned about the coronavirus along the way.
The real problem is that designating specific groups as terrorists doesn’t actually curb terrorism.
Taiwan and Iceland are among a group of countries which adopted a cooperative strategy early, bringing together multiple organisations to tackle the challenges in containing COVID-19.
The novel coronavirus may have been in Europe for longer than previously thought.
Trade tensions and mistrust are escalating between the US and China.
What remains abundantly clear is that testing, contact tracing, isolation and quarantine, and community engagement are essential to halting the spread of COVID-19 across the world.
Islamic State fighters are celebrating the effects of racial tensions and pandemic in America.
Today, the US is not dominant, it is in crisis: convulsed by riots and protest, riven by a virus that has galloped away from those charged with overseeing it, and heading into a presidential…
Is Donald Trump’s warning just bluster? Does the president have the authority to send the military into American cities?
Governments across the world have tentatively started lifting restrictions and reopening their economies
WHO must now answer some tough questions about the extent it has kowtowed to China during the coronavirus pandemic.
The public preferred their governments to take action more quickly in the UK and the US
The threat of a resurgent IS is mounting and governments around the world could be about to make the same mistake of reacting too late.
Vietnam offers important lessons as COVID-19 is set to spread further across developing countries.
At the same time, the pandemic has been accompanied by an infodemic of disinformation, half-truths and conspiracy theories that have spread virally through social networks.