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Coronavirus and aid: What we’re watching, 4-10 June

Flaring protests, lopsided health worker infections, and a looming hurricane season: updates on how COVID-19 is disrupting humanitarian efforts. Source link

Briefing: In search of a more humane EU migration and asylum policy

A new pact is set to be unveiled against the backdrop of COVID-19, but migration analysts doubt real reforms are in the offing. Source...

UN cuts extra pay for health workers in Yemen just as COVID-19 hits

Up to a third of the country’s medical staff and health workers could lose out in the planned WHO cuts. Source link

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Gordon Chang: China Capitalizing on US Political Unrest

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Vietnam Court Rejects Appeal of ‘Constitution Group’ Protesters, Returning Them to Prison

An appeals court in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City on Friday upheld harsh prison terms handed down last year to four activists convicted...

250,000 small UK firms seen closing without more financial aid

At least 250,000 small British firms could close as government emergency aid package falls short, industry group warns. Source link

EMA says conclusion on AstraZeneca vaccine possibly by end of January

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) said on Friday that a decision to authorise the use of the AstraZeneca/Oxford coronavirus vaccine could be made...

Erasmus and Brexit

No policy decision better encapsulates the entire Brexit process better than the UK’s decision to withdraw from the Erasmus Programme. For those in...