Dealing with vaccine deniers
22 December 2021 | 6:46 am
German doctors and their staff have been facing aggression and threats from vaccine opponents. They have described having frayed nerves as pandemic fatigue sets in among patients and medical staff.
27 Mar 2017
PSG defender Marquinhos says dealing with their loss at Barcelona has been a test.
13 Apr 2017
Polokwane attacks - Nigerians attacked for allegedly dealing in drugs.
10 Oct 2017
Former U.S. presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton describes what it was like having Donald Trump "loom over" her at a debate on the campaign trail.
27 Dec 2018
As the UN climate conference wraps up, Asia’s emission-producing economic powerhouses have said that their growing wealth doesn’t guarantee that they can fully comply with the Paris Agreement without assistance.
AU Summit 2020: “This is the year of dealing with root causes of conflicts in Africa” – One Africa’s Edwin Ikhuoria
23 Feb 2020
The Interim Director of One Africa, Edwin Ikhuoria, says to silence the guns of conflict in Africa, the continent’s leaders must first deal with the root cause which is unemployment. Ikhuoria argues that if youths are employed, they will not be available to be radicalised. He discussed this and more with CNBC Africa’s Godfrey Mutizwa on the side-lines of the concluded 33rd African Union Summit.
8 Apr 2020
Businesses around the world are having to make difficult decisions because of the lockdown measures imposed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Those running small businesses are having to overhaul operations and face harsh financial realities, often in spite of government support. The French government says that no firm should go bankrupt because of coronavirus and is offering financial help. But is it enough? FRANCE 24 has been speaking to three Paris-based entrepreneurs about how their businesses have been
14 Apr 2020
Dealing with emotional stress as a frontline health official
18 Apr 2020
With confinement measures now extended in France for another month, our reporter Clovis Casali has been meeting several French people who are trying to cope with lockdown and the ongoing uncertainty. Between working from home, renting a house in the countryside and creating a pub quiz on social media, being inventive is key. But working at home isn't an option for everyone - some continue to do their job like in pre-lockdown times, despite living in fear of the coronavirus.
23 Jun 2021
Law enforcement officer, 6 others arrested for dealing in cocaine, as NDLEA uncovers heroin in Pakistan-returnee’s body at Lagos airport
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US Attorney General Merrick Garland said he "personally" approved the FBI search on Donald Trump's Florida home, and would seek legal approval to reveal more details of why a search warrant had been issued.
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Iran has executed at least 251 people in the first half of 2022, including women defending themselves against domestic violence.
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Stella Assange, wife of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, has accused the US of targeting a foreign journalist for exposing war crimes. She told DW that Assange's life depends on his extradition order being dropped.
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"Inherently, space is dual use," says Mark Hilborne, Defense Studies lecturer at King's College London. "That dual use element is quite problematic when we're looking at space generally and identifying what is military and what is not military, and particularly problematic when we're looking at China," he told DW.
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Israel has struck Gaza for a second day, targeting the Islamic Jihad militant group. The group confirmed that one of their top commanders was killed in an airstrike. Palestinian militants have since been firing back.
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A Chinese warship reportedly came closer than 12 kilometers (7.5 miles) to Taiwan as Beijing continues its military drills. But Taipei said it will not be cowed by its "evil neighbor."