16 doctors died, 1,031 exposed treating patients -NARD, Halep wins Italian Open and more
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Coronavirus digest: India confirms over 5 million cases
Over 5 million people have been infected with coronavirus in India. As many as 60,000 cases may have gone undetected in Australia. All the latest from DW here.
No going back on planned protest against fuel price hike – TUC, Nigerian doctors to strike over pay
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Coronavirus digest: India cases near 3.8 million
India has seen the highest daily increases for more than three weeks and is likely to surpass Brazil and the US. Meanwhile, Australia reported its largest quarterly GDP contraction on record. Follow DW for the latest.
The women fighting Covid-19 in rural India
This week we begin in India, which has registered a total of more than 3.6 million Covid-19 infections. We see how women volunteers, healthcare professionals and social workers are on the frontlines of the country's battle against the virus, particularly in rural areas. Next, we head to Wuhan in China, the ground zero of the Covid-19 pandemic. Authorities say they have defeated the virus there thanks to strict measures.
Adeboye meets President Buhari, VP in Aso Villa today, Nigeria's curve gradually flattening - NCDC and more
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Dogged by lockdown loneliness, Indians adopt man's best friend
When Lakshmi Sundar brought a malnourished stray puppy into her home in the Indian city of Chennai, she thought the brown-and-white bundle of energy would be a guest for just a few weeks.
Four-year-old boy is rescued after building collapse in India
Rescuers say they don't expect to find anyone else trapped dead or alive in the rubble of a collapsed apartment block in India, after having rescued nine people from the wreckage including a four-year-old boy.