Foreign Correspondent, Adam Gilchrist brings a different perspective on news stories that are making headlines around the world.
The captain’s plea the virus sweeps across a US Navy warship.
Cancelled summer sport more European events bite the dust.
Migrant victims in India complaints they have been unfairly treated.
New test for cancer UK & US scientists believe it’s a breakthrough.
World leaders popularity the impact of the global health crisis.
Hungary’s extreme lockdown the President gets extra powers.
UN concerns in Syria fears about the effect of Covid-19 on refugee camps.
The exception to the rule it’s a case of “crisis what crisis” in Belarus.
Narco terrorism the US levels major charges against Venezuela’s president.
The Russians are coming a NATO military stand off in the north sea.
Virus announcements some sad, some good, some absurd.
The Jihadi beatles the U.K. broke the law while 2 of them are in US custody.
The justice factor the impact widens to courts & trials.
Viral myths a move to dispel some social media nonsense.
Sabotage In Germany a potential rail disaster has been averted.
The return of football the Premier League could be back in 5 weeks.
Bangladesh virus prayers concern at a mass religious gathering.
The queen’s corona positivity matched by that of Boris Johnson.
A viral economy a radical idea under consideration at the bank of England.
Corona positives some definite plus points to the pandemic.
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