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While life is chaotic around us due to the coronavirus at the moment, we need to take care of our mental health. This week we are looking at ways to keep your anxiety in check while remaining safe and taking all the necessary steps to avoid catching COVID-19.
The UN said "a long-term upsurge in the number and severity of mental health problems is likely” and warned that if action isn’t taken COVID-19 "has the seeds of a major mental health crisis” as well as "a physical health crisis.”
In Kashmir doctors and psychologists are providing online counselling to those suffering from lockdown-induced depression.
The conflict in central Nigeria between herders and farmers, who belong to different ethnic groups, with the herders on one side called Fulanis, and the farmers on the other of Berom and Irigue tribal groups, is complex.
On Jan. 6, when followers of President Trump stormed the Capitol to try to block the election of President Biden, the insurrection seemed like a bizarre anomaly — a freak storm whipped up by pro-Trump extremists and right-wing
In the aftermath of the murder of Sarah Everard, the home secretary made a heartfelt speech in the Commons, expressing solidarity with all those enraged that a woman had been killed by a serving police officer as she walked home.