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The world's biggest vaccine producer is running out of Covid-19 vaccines (18 Apr 2021)
In India, the world's biggest vaccine producer, millions of people are waiting for Covid-19 vaccines amid a devastating second wave of infections.

Discarded PPE filling up landfills and oceans (16 Apr 2021)
In the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, the shortage of PPE left many frontline healthcare workers painfully vulnerable. Now, the sudden mass production of PPE is adding to an already staggering amount of plastic waste in our landfills and oceans. CNN's Bill Weir reports.

Joe Biden is meeting the cold reality of office (18 Apr 2021)
After weeks of working out what he'd been left by his predecessor, US President Joe Biden has finally put his foreign policy into overdrive. Simultaneously striking in several capitals, his plans are in play and can't be taken back.

India's record rise in daily Covid-19 cases continues (18 Apr 2021)
After weeks of working out what he'd been left by his predecessor, US President Joe Biden has finally put his foreign policy into overdrive. Simultaneously striking in several capitals, his plans are in play and can't be taken back.

The monarchy will look different now that Philip has gone (18 Apr 2021)
A version of this story appeared in a special April 18 edition of CNN's Royal News, a weekly dispatch bringing you the inside track on the royal family, what they are up to in public and what's happening behind palace walls. Sign up here.

In pictures: Prince Philip is laid to rest (18 Apr 2021)
Prince Philip, the late husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, will be laid to rest Saturday in an intimate service at St. George's Chapel, which lies within the grounds of Windsor Castle.

Alexey Navalny's press secretary says he's 'dying' as Russian prosecutors target his foundation (18 Apr 2021)
The Moscow Prosecutor's Office filed a lawsuit on Friday with Moscow City Court seeking to label jailed Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny's anti-corruption foundation known as FBK and his headquarters as "extremist" organizations.

In its latest lurch to the far right, Denmark plans to send some refugees back to Syria (18 Apr 2021)
It felt like paradise when Dania and Hussam first moved to Denmark.

Australia in 'no hurry' to open borders to visitors (18 Apr 2021)
Australia is in "no hurry" to open its international borders and risk the success that the country has had with the coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Sunday.

More US states could see scenarios similar to the Covid-19 crisis unfolding in Michigan, expert says (18 Apr 2021)
Australia is in "no hurry" to open its international borders and risk the success that the country has had with the coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Sunday.


WORLD


Cuba's Raul Castro steps down, ending the era of his famous clan at the country's helm (16 Apr 2021)
When Raul Castro announced three years ago that he would step down in 2021 as head of Cuba's all-powerful communist party, he surely envisioned the island on firmer economic footing and the transition to a new generation of leadership nearly complete.

US and China agree to cooperate on climate change after talks in Shanghai (18 Apr 2021)
The US and China have agreed to cooperate on climate change after two days of high-profile meetings in Shanghai, despite rising tensions between the two countries.

Myanmar releases prisoners for New Year, though likely not dissidents (17 Apr 2021)
Authorities in Myanmar will release 23,184 prisoners from jails across the country on Saturday under a New Year amnesty, a Prisons Department spokesman said.

CNN anchor: We saw a Queen grieving (17 Apr 2021)
Queen Elizabeth II sat alone at her husband Prince Philip's funeral because of the UK's Covid-19 regulations. CNN's Julia Chatterley discusses.

French winemakers face devastation after worst weather in 30 years (14 Apr 2021)
One of France's biggest export industries is facing a devastating blow after an unusually severe frost earlier this month damaged vineyards across the country, heaping pain on winemakers already reeling from the pandemic and US tariffs.

Audi just debuted its cheapest electric car (15 Apr 2021)


BBC received more than 100,000 complaints over coverage of Prince Philip's death (15 Apr 2021)
The UK's public broadcaster, the BBC, received over 100,000 complaints over the level of coverage of Prince Philip's death, the network said Thursday.

The greatest stunt yet from the 'Fast & Furious': Saving movie theaters (14 Apr 2021)
The Fast & Furious series has pulled off a lot of stunts during its 20 year run. But "F9" the latest installment in Universal's high-octane blockbuster franchise may have to pull off the brand's boldest stunt yet: saving the entire movie theater industry.

Netflix and Amazon gave Indian filmmakers hope. Now that's turning to fear (28 Mar 2021)
Screenwriter and director Ruchi Narain struggled for decades to find steady work in the Indian film industry.

US cities are losing 36 million trees a year. Here's why it matters (18 Sep 2019)
If you're looking for a reason to care about tree loss, the nation's latest heat wave might be it. Trees can lower summer daytime temperatures by as much as 10 degrees Fahrenheit, according to a recent study.

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