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‘Without Freedom and Democracy What’s the Point in Living?’ – The New Law Presenting a Grave Threat to Hong Kong
Beijing has today approved plans for a new national security law to bring Hong Kong further under its control. What does this mean for the future of democracy on the island? Steve Shaw reports.
Tommy Walker reports on the reactions from the democratic opposition to a new law that breaks the 'one country, two systems' consensus.
CJ Werleman reports on developments in Kashmir and fears that India's desires for ethnic cleansing in the area could result in dire consequences for the whole region.
Tommy Walker reports from Hong Kong about why the fight for democracy rather than the battle against the Coronavirus is headline news in the former British colony.
Portia Antonia Alexis looks at the devastating results if COVID-19 runs rife in the southern hemisphere and how an international response is needed to save more than 30 million lives.
Kseniya Kirillova reports on the Ricin Plot in Prague and how the Czech Republic — like the UK — has its problems with Kremlin gold and terror
Sarah Hurst reports on how the Kremlin, while facing mounting criticism for its handling of the Coronavirus pandemic, has been using quarantine to track down its foes.
CJ Werleman discusses a new poll which indicates sustained support for Donald Trump over COVID-19 and distrust of the country's top infectious disease expert – and where this lethal aversion to the truth among a sizable part of the population could lead.
As China loosens its lockdown, Tom Williams reports on how its citizens still cannot believe the lax approach of the UK to testing, tracing and social distancing.
Kseniya Kirollova points out that, given Putin's habit for assassination, security agencies have no choice but to take new terror threats seriously.
EXCLUSIVE Government Silent on Whether it Helped Train Chile’s Security Forces Amid Mounting Allegations of Abuse
As repression in Chile brings back memories of Pinochet, Steve Shaw reports on how the Conservative Government remains secretive about their support.
As the US makes a rare admission of killing Somali civilians, CJ Werleman gathers eye witness accounts of a drone strike that may well have killed hundreds.
The Coronavirus Crisis: Brazilian President Dismisses COVID-19 as ‘Sniffles’ – But it Might Be Terminal For Him
Monica Piccinini reports on Jair Bolosnaro's approach to COVID-19 and the likely impact on him and his people.
Jacopo Iacoboni of La Stampa reports on how concerns about anonymisation, data sharing and procurement haunt Italy's COVID19 tracking app.