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Juno Mac and Molly Smith talk less about sex and more about work when discussing the new edition of their book, Revolting Prostitutes.
Wireless networks are not causing coronavirus. But A-listers and reality stars alike are trying to convince the public that they are.
The US city has become the epicentre of the Covid-19 outbreak. In this remarkable account, one senior doctor describes life on the frontline of an emergency department.
Dismissed as low skilled and on the frontlines of a pandemic, workers in the US are discovering the power of collective industrial action.
In the country which incarcerates more people than any other, criminal justice reformers view the pandemic as both a catastrophe and an opportunity.
Disease specialists have been banned by the South African government from speaking to the media about Covid-19, amid abuses across the world.
A grim choice faces 21st-century societies: panopticons or pandemics?
China's outbreak has been brought under control thanks to an Orwellian system, from personal QR codes to a flourishing of new apps that facilitate lives lived in locked apartments.
How systemic sexual violence is deployed as a battlefield tactic
The UK is the only major country in Europe not to have announced it will subsidise employees’ wages or make direct cash payments to its citizens.
The country’s failure to challenge the roots of fascist ideology has emboldened extremists.