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2021-09-22 German cashier shooting linked to Covid-19 conspiracies

A man suspected of killing a cashier is linked to conspiracy theorists and far-right politics.

2021-09-22 Covishield: UK recognises Covid jab after India outcry

With more than 721 million doses administered so far, Covishield is India's most widely used vaccine.

2021-09-22 Melbourne protests: Third day of violent anti-vaccine demonstrations

Demonstrators have been marching against lockdowns and mandatory vaccines in Australia's second largest city.

2021-09-22 Evergrande: Crisis-hit firm strikes China debt deal

The company is also due to make a $83.5m interest payment on an offshore bond on Thursday.

2021-09-22 Covid-19: India health workers' families fight for compensation

The government hailed health workers as heroes, but families of many who died still await compensation.

2021-09-21 Covid vaccine stockpiles: Are 241m doses at risk of going to waste?

Joe Biden wants more global vaccine equality but the US and other nations have not backed promises with action.

2021-09-21 New Zealand Covid: Men caught smuggling KFC into lockdown-hit Auckland

The pair, who were also carrying large amounts of cash, could face six months in prison.

2021-09-21 Evergrande: Asia stocks down as investors weigh China concerns

The Chinese property giant is facing a major debt crisis, triggering fears of contagion in global markets.

2021-09-21 Texas abortion: Doctor sued in first known challenges of new law

The cases against a doctor who admitted to performing an abortion are the first known lawsuits.

2021-09-20 How 'nerd' culture powered through the pandemic

Meet the online content creators beating the odds to build successful careers from their passions.

2021-09-20 Covid: US opens up to fully vaccinated travellers

The US rolls back international travel restrictions, answering a major demand from allies.

2021-09-20 Covid: Melbourne construction sites shut after violent vaccine protest

Construction sites in the Australian city are shut for two weeks after staff protest against jabs.

2021-09-20 Fauci looks to boost vaccines as US infections rise

The US daily death toll from Covid-19 has risen above 2,000 for the first time since February.

2021-09-20 Giving birth under the Taliban

Pregnant women, new mothers and infants are bearing the brunt of a worsening healthcare crisis.

2021-09-19 Turkmenistan: Getting Covid in a land where no cases officially exist

People in Turkmenistan are struggling to get treatment in a system that denies there are any cases.

2021-09-18 Afghanistan: Girls excluded as Afghan secondary schools reopen

"Everything looks very dark," a schoolgirl tells the BBC as schools reopen for boys but not girls.

2021-09-18 Kenya's CBC education reform: How scarecrows are terrifying parents

A new school curriculum means challenging tasks end up being performed by parents not their children.

2021-09-17 Thailand Covid: Idle taxis used to grow food for out-of-work drivers

With Thailand's capital under tight Covid restrictions, taxis are being repurposed to grow food.

2021-09-17 US immigration: Thousands gather under bridge at US-Mexico border in growing crisis

The mostly Haitian migrants are sleeping under the Del Rio bridge in squalid conditions.

2021-09-17 Covid-19: When will booster jabs be available in the US?

US regulators may give approval for a third Pfizer jab at a highly-anticipated meeting on Friday.

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