The consequences of India’s worsening outbreak As India’s Covid-19 crisis continues, demands for medical oxygen are far outstripping supply, with sometimes deadly effects. At multiple hospitals across the country, dozens of patients have died after oxygen ran out. A court
Vaccine troubles undermine a global effort Safety scares over the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines have jeopardized campaigns to inoculate the world, undercutting faith in two shots with the potential to be global workhorses and threatening to prolong the
We’re covering China’s lagging vaccination campaign, and a step forward in talks to restore the Iran nuclear deal. Perks for China’s vaccinated In Beijing, a Covid-19 vaccine will qualify you for a buy-one-get-one-free deal on ice cream cones. But in
Prosecutors say Trump ‘clearly incited’ the riot. By Melina Delkic Good morning. We’re covering new evidence expected at Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, Twitter bowing to pressure from the Indian government and the latest from the Australian Open. Trump ‘told them
Britain’s promising vaccine rollout. By Natasha Frost Good morning. We’re covering Britain’s vaccination program, President Biden’s first foreign policy speech and Afghanistan’s shadowy militias. Vaccines could blunt Britain’s outbreak in weeks With more than 15 percent of its people already
A Russian court sentences Aleksei Navalny. By Natasha Frost Good morning. We’re covering the sentencing of Aleksei Navalny, promising news about the Sputnik V vaccine and dueling impeachment filings in the United States. Navalny to spend two years in prison
The Biden administration announced this week that it would include an American Sign Language interpreter in its daily press briefings, a step that the previous administration avoided taking until a court ordered it to do so late last year. The
Europe takes new measures against the variant. By Melina Delkic Good morning. We’re covering new mask rules in Europe, Biden’s moves to fight climate change and harsh detention conditions for asylum seekers in Australia. New mask rules in Europe As
Running out of I.C.U. beds in South Korea. By Melina Delkic Good morning. We’re covering South Korea’s strategy for dealing with its most severe outbreak, an appeal to countries to lift travel bans on Britain and northern Sweden’s winter scenes.
Trump and Biden square off in the final debate. By Natasha Frost Good morning. We’re covering the final U.S. presidential debate of 2020, the effects of Europe’s second coronavirus wave and the improbable rise of the #MeToo movement in Iran.