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Overcoming a lagging government response is critical to fighting the coronavirus

The United States now is the epicenter of the worldwide coronavirus outbreak, how well are governments responding to the crisis, and the pandemic’s effect on American indigenous populations. Those stories and more are on this International Edition.

24 MIN2 d ago
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Overcoming a lagging government response is critical to fighting the coronavirus

US Now the Nation With Most Coronavirus Cases

As the global death toll climbed past 23,000, the United States topped the list of nations with the most confirmed cases of Covid-19. The US also hit a grim milestone of more than a thousand deaths.With lack of testing and protective gear, medical professionals fearit is not a matter of if but when it will impact them directly. In New York City, the front line of the biggest US outbreak, a nurse became the first American healthcare worker to die after working nonstop for weeks at a hospital where staffers were wearing gowns made of trash bags.

29 MIN3 d ago
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US Now the Nation With Most Coronavirus Cases

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24 MIN1 w ago
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International Edition

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29 MIN1 w ago
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Countries employ new measures as COVID-19 cases pass 200,000

Over 200,000 cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus have been detected around the globe. Wednesday brought new restrictions on movement in Malaysia, as well as the start of a European Union ban on entry to foreigners as governments seek to control the spread of the novel coronavirus. Plus updates on American politics, press freedom in China, and more.

24 MIN1 w ago
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Countries employ new measures as COVID-19 cases pass 200,000

Nations Look to Avoid Economic Catastrophe

Mass disruptions are cascading around the world as governments struggle to slow the spread of the coronavirus while also trying to keep their economies afloat. Nations announced rescue packages totaling hundreds of billions of dollars. The US government said it wants to quickly sending money directly to Americans.

29 MIN1 w ago
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Nations Look to Avoid Economic Catastrophe

More countries impose strict measures to contain COVID-19

The total COVID-19 cases worldwide count in excess of 182,000. On Monday, US President Donald Trump announced that for the next 15 days, the United States government wants Americans to avoid gathering in groups of more than 10. Schooling should be at home and discretionary travel should be avoided. And, a trial opened in the Netherlands on Monday of three Russians and a Ukrainian over the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in 2014. Those stories and more are on this International Edition.

24 MIN1 w ago
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More countries impose strict measures to contain COVID-19

Corona Concerns Rage With Rapid Spread

The coronavirus pandemic continues to spread with new cases being reported daily. The World Health Organization is urging nations to test because, "you cannot put out a fire with blindfolds." It also says Europe is now the epicenter of the virus.

29 MIN1 w ago
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Corona Concerns Rage With Rapid Spread

Coronavirus lockdowns and concerns grow

More than 169,000 cases of the COVID-19 Coronavirus have been detected. France and Spain have joined Italy in imposing lockdowns on tens of millions of people. Plus, a dispute over Afghanistan’s presidential election and an outbreak of coronavirus in the country appear to have further complicated an already troubled effort the United States is making to help find a negotiated end to nearly 19 years of war. Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders clashed over their records Sunday as they offered plans for combatting the new coronavirus, which is changing day-to-day life in the United States and much of the world. Those stories and more on this International Edition.

24 MIN1 w ago
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Coronavirus lockdowns and concerns grow

Latest Episodes

International Edition

29 MIN4 h ago
Comments
International Edition

Overcoming a lagging government response is critical to fighting the coronavirus

The United States now is the epicenter of the worldwide coronavirus outbreak, how well are governments responding to the crisis, and the pandemic’s effect on American indigenous populations. Those stories and more are on this International Edition.

24 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Overcoming a lagging government response is critical to fighting the coronavirus

US Now the Nation With Most Coronavirus Cases

As the global death toll climbed past 23,000, the United States topped the list of nations with the most confirmed cases of Covid-19. The US also hit a grim milestone of more than a thousand deaths.With lack of testing and protective gear, medical professionals fearit is not a matter of if but when it will impact them directly. In New York City, the front line of the biggest US outbreak, a nurse became the first American healthcare worker to die after working nonstop for weeks at a hospital where staffers were wearing gowns made of trash bags.

29 MIN3 d ago
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US Now the Nation With Most Coronavirus Cases

International Edition

24 MIN1 w ago
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International Edition

International Edition

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
International Edition

Countries employ new measures as COVID-19 cases pass 200,000

Over 200,000 cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus have been detected around the globe. Wednesday brought new restrictions on movement in Malaysia, as well as the start of a European Union ban on entry to foreigners as governments seek to control the spread of the novel coronavirus. Plus updates on American politics, press freedom in China, and more.

24 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Countries employ new measures as COVID-19 cases pass 200,000

Nations Look to Avoid Economic Catastrophe

Mass disruptions are cascading around the world as governments struggle to slow the spread of the coronavirus while also trying to keep their economies afloat. Nations announced rescue packages totaling hundreds of billions of dollars. The US government said it wants to quickly sending money directly to Americans.

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Nations Look to Avoid Economic Catastrophe

More countries impose strict measures to contain COVID-19

The total COVID-19 cases worldwide count in excess of 182,000. On Monday, US President Donald Trump announced that for the next 15 days, the United States government wants Americans to avoid gathering in groups of more than 10. Schooling should be at home and discretionary travel should be avoided. And, a trial opened in the Netherlands on Monday of three Russians and a Ukrainian over the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in 2014. Those stories and more are on this International Edition.

24 MIN1 w ago
Comments
More countries impose strict measures to contain COVID-19

Corona Concerns Rage With Rapid Spread

The coronavirus pandemic continues to spread with new cases being reported daily. The World Health Organization is urging nations to test because, "you cannot put out a fire with blindfolds." It also says Europe is now the epicenter of the virus.

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Corona Concerns Rage With Rapid Spread

Coronavirus lockdowns and concerns grow

More than 169,000 cases of the COVID-19 Coronavirus have been detected. France and Spain have joined Italy in imposing lockdowns on tens of millions of people. Plus, a dispute over Afghanistan’s presidential election and an outbreak of coronavirus in the country appear to have further complicated an already troubled effort the United States is making to help find a negotiated end to nearly 19 years of war. Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders clashed over their records Sunday as they offered plans for combatting the new coronavirus, which is changing day-to-day life in the United States and much of the world. Those stories and more on this International Edition.

24 MIN1 w ago
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Coronavirus lockdowns and concerns grow
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