Selected Clips


1. Inside the Early Days of China's Coronavirus Coverup, WIRED

2. How to keep China's wayward wandering elephants safe?National Geographic

3. City of Solitude - Life after Lockdown in Wuhan, California Sunday Magazine

3. "Utter Chaos": Coronavirus exposes China's healthcare weakness, Al Jazeera

4. Zero COVID in China: What Next?The Lancet

4. Wuhan turns to social media to vent anger at coronavirus response, Al Jazeera

5. 'I want to live': China's workers struggle amid virus shutdown, Al Jazeera

6. Shut out: Virus pushes China's seriously ill to back of queue, Al Jazeera

7. Scared and exposed: Rise in virus cases among China's medics, Al Jazeera

9. How China is using AI and big data to fight the coronavirus, Al Jazeera

14. China's vaccine production scared, The Lancet

The Middle East and Others


1. "Dominate the system": Iraqis wary vote won't change the old guardAl Jazeera

2. Caught between Iran and US, Iraq faces choices in electionsAl Jazeera

2. Why economic turmoil in Iran is causing big problems in Afghanistan, The New Humanitarian

3. Many Lebanese protestors forced to hide activism from parents, Al-Monitor

4. Lebanon, like Hong Kong, killed an unpopular bill. So why are people still protesting?, South China Morning Post

5. Concern over reported number of measles cases in Yemen, The Lancet

6. Colombia's Coca farmers revolt, The City Paper

7. Syrian Refugees Being Summarily Deported in Jordan, Human Rights Watch

8. “They Forced Us Onto Trucks Like Animals”, Human Rights Watch

8. Kenya to Close Dadaab Refugee Camp in Violation of International Law, The Michigan Journal of International Law

Hong Kong

1. Star Wars and oil: How Hong Kong’s protesters keep their movement in the spotlightThe National

2. Devastation and despair as Hong Kong campus siege drags on, The National

3. Hong Kong protester shot by police in violent Chinese National Day clashes, The National 

4. Streets of Hong Kong fall silent as protesters take a rest, The National

5. Tensions grow between Hong Kong police and medics, The Lancet