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Hundreds of British troops deployed to counter Islamist extremism in Mali - BBC News 

300 British troops have been deployed to Mali in west Africa. They have joined the United Nations peacekeeping mission to the country. It’s one of the most dangerous operations undertaken by the UN. More than 200 peacekeepers have lost their lives there since the mission began eight years ago. Mali is suffering from a rise in violent Islamist extremism as well as severe poverty. Reeta Chakrabarti presents BBC News at Ten reporting by defence correspondent Jonathan Beale and cameraman James Anderson.





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Top News Of The Day: 3,645 COVID-19 Deaths As India's Daily Figures Reach New High 

COVID-19 deaths continue to rise as the country recorded 3,645 fatalities in 24 hours; the main hospital in Gujarat's Surat has stopped new admissions of patients amid rising Covid cases and shortage of medical oxygen; two days before vaccinations open to all above 18, there is uncertainty in many states over the availability of vaccines; Mamata Banerjee has an edge in West Bengal but the BJP is not far behind, says NDTV's poll of exit polls on state elections; the final phase of Uttar Pradesh Panchayat polls was held despite a record surge in coronavirus cases; and other top news of the day. About Us: NDTV brings you unbiased and comprehensive coverage of news and entertainment programmes in India and abroad. NDTV delivers reliable information across all platforms: TV, Internet and Mobile.


Latin America's COVID-19 situation remains devastating | DW News 

Latin America is home to just 8 percent of the world's population - but has suffered nearly a third of all COVID-19 deaths. Brazil battles a second wave of COVID-19 infections, nearly 400,000 people have died so far. President Jair Bolsonaro has consistently played down the coronavirus but is now trying to get more vaccines from abroad.



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India's hospitals turn sick away as daily COVID cases approach 380,000 | DW News

 India has set another global record in coronavirus cases, reporting almost 380,000 new infections in the last day. Medical aid from abroad has started arriving in the country, but hospitals are still struggling with shortages of staff and supplies, including oxygen. India's health care system is so overwhelmed that many patients are being turned away. A COVID-19 ward in a hospital in Delhi. The hospital, like so many, is full to overflowing. Medical staff are stretched to the limit, some falling ill with the disease themselves. Just one reality in India's coronavirus emergency. A woman receives oxygen outside a Sikh temple. She's not alone. There's no room for these people in Delhi's emergency wards. Relatives are left to cope with severely ill patients by themselves. A long line outside a Delhi gas supplier. People doing what they can to save their loved ones. Some get the oxygen they need. But there isn't enough to go round. The state of Delhi is reporting one death from COVID-19 every four minutes. And as the hospitals can't cope with the growing numbers of patients so the cremation grounds are struggling to cope with the rising numbers of deaths. The funeral pyres are burning day and night. Delhi is one hotspot of India's COVID-19 emergency. Maharashtra state and the city of Mumbai is another. Here vaccination centers ran out of supplies on Wednesday. India is one of the biggest producers of vaccines. But it doesn't have enough to vaccinate the next 600 million people who will become eligible for the jab. Amid the frustration and suffering this: A 105-year-old man and his 95-year-old wife have survived a COVID-19 infection. The family says they want that story to give hope to others. For many fighting the disease, hope and prayers are all they have to help them.



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Footage of mass cremations shows devastation of India’s war with COVID-19 

Heartbreaking footage from India shows the devastating toll COVID-19 is taking on the country where the dead in New Delhi are burnt in mass cremations using makeshift pyres. India has so far recorded more than 17 million coronavirus cases with almost 200,000 deaths. On Monday the country recorded over 352,000 cases and 2,812 deaths.



Google CEO on India's Covid crisis: The worst is yet to come

 Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, tells CNN's Poppy Harlow what the company is doing to support India. He says, getting "the right information on the ground has been a big focus for us." #CNN​ 



India’s Covid crisis deepens with more than 200,000 deaths confirmed

BBC News In India the pandemic is getting worse with more than 200,000 deaths officially confirmed. On average in the past week more than 340,000 cases of coronavirus have been reported each day. Across the country hospitals are struggling with a shortage of oxygen and beds. And there are questions about whether mutations in the coronavirus are behind the country’s huge surge in cases. Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Yogita Limaye in Delhi and science correspondent Rebecca Morelle. 



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Brazil hits grim new Covid death record

BBC News razil has recorded more than 4,000 Covid-related deaths in 24 hours for the first time, as a more contagious variant fuels a surge in cases. Hospitals are overcrowded, with people dying as they wait for treatment in some cities, and the health system is on the brink of collapse in many areas. The country's total death toll is now almost 337,000, second only to the US. But President Jair Bolsonaro continues to oppose any lockdown measures to curb the outbreak. He argues that the damage to the economy would be worse than the effects of the virus itself, and has tried to reverse some of the restrictions imposed by local authorities in the courts.


Covid in India: Why is the government playing down the crisis? 

 BBC Newsnight In Delhi, crematorium staff are working night and day to deal with the dead, makeshift pyres have been built and oxygen supplies are being sold on the black market. Relatives are buying fridges in order to store the bodies of their loved ones and doctors are treating those dying on the streets outside their hospital doors. Attendance at religious festivals has been encouraged - with national newspaper advertisements - and political rallies attracting thousands. Now those criticising Modi's handling of the pandemic face being silenced on social media, or told they are unpatriotic if they speak out. One newspaper editor told BBC Newsnight the government has continually played down or hidden the death toll and infection rate. But how can India solve a problem its own government has insisted for so long wasn’t so bad? The BJP's National Spokesperson Gopal Kagarwal, LSE Prof Shakuntala Banaji and Twitter’s former Head of News, Politics and Government in India Raheel Khursheed speak to Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis.


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India records more than a million Covid cases in just few days

BBC News India has recorded more than a million Covid-19 cases in just a few days. The number of reported cases declined slightly on Tuesday, to 323,144 from the peak of 352,991 the day before, bringing the total cases to nearly 17 million with 192,000 deaths. Deaths have been steadily rising in India as a deadly second wave of Covid infections devastates the country, with 380 recorded in Delhi alone on Monday. Medical oxygen, intensive care unit (ICU) beds and life-saving medicines are falling short.


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Drone images of mass cremations as India battles Covid-19 
With a rising death toll in a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, authorities in India have been forced to hold mass cremations at makeshiftsites. The country has seen more than 16 million confirmed cases since the pandemic began. 



Mexico suffering world’s highest Covid death rate as cases surge - 

BBC News Mexico is currently suffering the world’s highest death rate from coronavirus, with hospitals at breaking point. More than 320,000 people are thought to have died in Mexico with coronavirus. The authorities have updated their figures which are some 60 per cent higher than they had previously stated. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Will Grant in Mexico City.


Joe Biden faces challenges from Russia and China as he aims to rebuild US leadership -

 BBC News Joe Biden's first overseas trip as US president will be to the UK for the G7 summit in Cornwall in June. That will be followed by a NATO summit in Brussels, as he seeks to reassert America's global leadership amid rising tensions with China and Russia. Both countries have escalated their military activity recently - China around Taiwan - and Russia on the border of Ukraine. Reeta Chakrabarti presents BBC News at Ten reporting by world affairs editor John Simpson.


Patients suffer at home as Covid chokes hospitals

BBC News India is suffering critical shortages of medical equipment and oxygen amid a devastating surge in Covid-19 cases. With the death toll steadily increasing, families are being forced to find their own oxygen and to wait to cremate their loved ones. Many have turned to the black market, where prices of essential medicines, oxygen cylinders and concentrators have skyrocketed. Most hospitals in the capital Delhi are full and many of them are refusing new admissions due to the uncertainty over oxygen supply.


EU sues AstraZeneca over Covid vaccine delays

 BBC News The European Commission said it's suing the coronavirus vaccine manufacturer AstraZeneca for not respecting its vaccine supply contract, and for not having a "reliable" plan to ensure timely deliveries. AstraZeneca said the move was "without merit" and that it would "strongly defend itself in court". The legal action marks an escalation in a long-running dispute between the two sides over the supply of coronavirus vaccines.


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India overwhelmed by world’s worst Covid crisis - BBC News

International help is being pledged for India as it battles a ferocious second wave of coronavirus, described by Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a storm that has shaken the nation. Almost 350,000 new infections were recorded in India in the latest 24 hour period - a record number for the fourth day in a row. As the epidemic continues to grow hospitals are under intolerable pressure - with shortages of beds and critical supplies including oxygen. Mishal Husain presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Yogita Limaye in Delhi and diplomatic correspondent Paul Adams.


hospitals seek oxygen from overseas 

India accounts for nearly half the new COVID cases in the world every day. Indian hospitals are scrambling for oxygen from abroad as hospitalizations continue to increase. Elizabeth Palmer reports. "CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell" delivers the latest news and original reporting, and goes beyond the headlines with context and depth. Catch the CBS Evening News every weekday night at 6:30 p.m. ET on the CBS Television Network and at 10 p.m. ET on CBSN.India's COVID crisis worsens as