Domestic violence rises amid coronavirus lockdowns in Asia
People across Asia are staying indoors during national lockdowns to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Though the measures are yielding positive results, it is a dangerous scenario for women who face domestic violence.
Hydroxychloroquine is an anti-malarial drug produced mostly in India, and pushed by US President Trump as a COVID-19 treatment, despite limited clinical evidence it is effective. Now other countries have joined the hype.
Afghan peace process Is Washington running out of patience
The Afghan government has failed to show progress on the landmark US-Taliban deal, which was signed in February. Can the situation force President Donald Trump to unilaterally withdraw troops from the war-torn country?
How has Taiwan kept its coronavirus infection rate so low
Taiwan's number of COVID-19 infections is currently below 400, despite the island's proximity to the outbreak's origin on mainland China. Experts say early intervention has helped stop a public health crisis.
Wuhan residents living in the former epicenter of the coronavirus have told DW that it is too early to feel safe, even if they long for daily life to return. A mix of fear and cautious optimism hangs over the city.