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India welcomes U.S. backing for the removal of COVID vaccine patents, as infections there spread from cities to villages.
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A timid Copenhagen city policeman is reassigned to protect and serve in a sleepy town in rural Denmark. However, he struggles to maintain order in his new jurisdiction, a lawless place where the only rules are those dictated by a local thug.
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Infodemic: Global Conversations on Science and Misinformation

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In the second episode of “Infodemic,” investigate the politicization of science across the United States and Saudi Arabia, and how governments propagated disinformation and pseudoscience in Brazil and India.
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'Monumental Moment:' U.S. Backs Waiving COVID Vaccine Patent Rights After Months of Blocking Talks

The Biden administration has announced it now supports temporarily waiving the intellectual property rights for COVID vaccines, in what the World Trade Organization is calling a “monumental moment.”
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Al Jazeera English News Bulletin

May 5, 2021

U.S. President Joe Biden backs a waiver of intellectual property rights for vaccines, a move that could unlock access for millions around the world.
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A team of USC college students travels to Moria Camp in Greece, known as "the worst refugee camp on earth," to design and build innovations that can improve the lives of the refugees fleeing wars and natural disasters.
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An escalating death toll in India, calls for a national lockdown grow louder but the government insists coronavirus infections are slowing.
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