Trump attacks Cuban doctors for fighting coronavirus

This 22 March 2020 video says about itself:

Cuba is sending its medics to Lombardy to help Italian doctors fight the coronavirus outbreak.

Cuban doctors were on the frontlines in the fight against cholera in Haiti and against Ebola in West Africa 10 years ago. …

Al Jazeera’s Ed Augustin reports from Havana.

By Steve Sweeney:

Thursday, March 26, 2020

US pressures countries to reject Cuban aid during coronavirus pandemic

THE United States has launched a stunning attack on Cuba’s medical-aid missions, with the Trump administration pressing countries to reject them during the coronavirus pandemic.

Cuba has played a leading role in the global fight against the outbreak, sending medical teams and aid to some of the worst-affected countries, including Italy.

It has also provided supplies of the interferon alfa-2b, which has proved effective when used to treat more than 1,500 coronavirus patients and is one of 30 drugs chosen by the Chinese National Health Commission to combat respiratory disease.

Lions and other Botswana wildlife

This December 2019 video says about itself:

Carnivores of Botswana, lions, leopards, wild dogs and hyenas, Chobe and Moremi wildlife safari

Living Zoology team (Matej Dolinay and Zuzana Dolinay) went to Botswana and filmed amazing moments from the life of big carnivores. Grand Afrika travel agency is organizing tours to Botswana’s best wildlife areas where you can witness the precious moments like those which you will see in this film. Lions of Savuti are famous for hunting elephants, Moremi Game Reserve is famous for its abundance of wild dogs. Leopards and hyenas are also common. Watch this film to see some precious moments from the life of big predators of Botswana and also other interesting animals!

British bombs still killing Yemenis

This 30 July 2019 video says about itself:

Yemeni officials: Saudi led airstrike kills 10 civilians

Yemeni officials said an airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition hit a market in northern Yemen, killing at least 10 civilians, including children. They said the strike took place in the Saada province.

By Peter Lazenby in Britain:

Friday, March 27, 2020

British bombs continue to rain on the people of Yemen

BRITISH bombs and rockets continue to rain down on the people of Yemen for the fifth year despite a court ruling that their sale to Saudi Arabia is unlawful, Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) reported yesterday.

The group said that Britain’s government has not acted on a Court of Appeal ruling that it was unlawful to have licensed British-made arms to the Saudi regime in its offensive against Yemen without assessing whether their use breaches international humanitarian law.

Saudi’s war on Yemen began in March 2015, creating what the United Nations has called “the worst humanitarian crisis in the world,” with more than 100,000 Yemeni deaths.