April 16, 2020 | Link TV
April 16, 2020
US Unemployment Soars
A decade of low unemployment wiped out in a matter of weeks, U.S. jobless figures paint a stark picture of the economic impact of the Coronavirus.
The new normal for a bit longer — the U.K. government extends its lockdown restrictions for at least three more weeks.
UK Coronavirus Review
Why are people from minority backgrounds more likely to get seriously ill from COVID-19 in the U.K.? An inquiry is launched
Nigeria Lockdown Deaths
Nigeria's security forces kill 18 people while enforcing lockdown measures; that's more deaths than from the virus itself.
Rohingya Refugees Rescued
Adrift for two months — hundreds of Rohingya refugees are rescued but at least 24 die from starvation.
The senior aid to the British Prime Minister accused of breaching lockdown rules says he has no regrets and behaved reasonably.
On today's episode, Brazil's supreme court releases a video of President Jair Bolsonaro saying he will sack top law enforcement officials to protect his family.
Anger in Hong Kong as China proposes tough new national security laws for the city.
Concerns for the safety of millions of people as powerful cyclone Ampham makes landfall in eastern India and Bangladesh.
The W.H.O. welcomes scrutiny over its handling of the coronavirus pandemic amid threats that the U.S. will pull its funding permanently.
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