Yemen: Five years of conflict leaves millions of children suffering
Thursday marks five years since the beginning of Yemen's continuing civil war.
The Saudi-led coalition's involvement has had a devastating effect on the mental health of an entire generation of children, pushing some to the brink of depression.
Al Jazeera's Mohamed Vall reports.
In Australia, sporting and public events are being cancelled and people urged to avoid travelling overseas as the government tries to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Health officials are warning millions of people will contract the virus in the coming months.
Al Jazeera's Nicola Gage reports from Sydney, Australia. After surviving the Islamic State genocide in Sinjar, Iraq, in 2014 and being separated for five years, a Yazidi family of nine finally had a happy reunion in Germany. VOA's Mahmut Bozarslan filed this report from Midyat, Turkey. The health-care system is wasting millions of dollars by buying cancer medications that are thrown out because of the way they are packaged by drug makers — in one-size-fits-all vials that hold too much for most patients, a study found. The waste costs as much as $102 million over a three-year period, according to the study published two years ago in the medical journal Cancer. Millions of people have been ordered to stay at home as the Chinese government tries to stop the spread of the virus.
Journalists are restricted from travelling there, but Al Jazeera obtained exclusive pictures from one of the residents trapped there.
Al Jazeera's Katrina Yu reports from Beijing, China.