This 23 May 2020 video says about itself:
Leopard Family Reunion | Jungle Animal Rescue
Wildlife SOS tries to reunite a leopard cub with its mother after the two were separated in the sugar cane fields.
This 21 May 2020 video from Malta says about itself:
A short documentary for Year 6 Primary students focusing on how plants adapt to difficult conditions in different habitats.
This 22 May 2020 video says about itself:
Kids Aren’t Spared From the Coronavirus. A New Inflammatory Condition in Children is on the Rise. Fevers, rashes, nausea and other less-visible symptoms point to the mysterious Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome apparently related to the coronavirus. By Leslie Nemo, May 22, 2020 8:16 PM.
This 23 May 2020 video from Canada is called Extraordinary encounter of a red fox with her babies.
This 22 May 2020 shows a jackdaw taking from a bicycle saddle to line its nest.
Richard Bogmans in the Netherlands made this video.
This 21 May 2020 video from the USA says about itself:
Can Congressman Mark Pocan do as asked by US military member who wants to build an anti-war movement?
This 19 May 2020 BBC video says about itself:
Swim With The Biggest Fish In The Ocean | VR 360 | Seven Worlds, One Planet
Whale sharks share the fishermen’s catch in the seas of Indonesia. These gentle giants were once hunted and killed, but here their numbers are on the rise thanks to this special relationship. Stay in and explore their underwater world.
This 20 March 2020 video says about itself:
Coronavirus crisis exploited through ‘disaster capitalism’
As the world reacts to the coronavirus pandemic, analysts are warning of ways the crisis may be exploited – through so-called “disaster capitalism“.
There is also a growing concern of alleged “congressional insider trading” after two senators sold stocks following a White House briefing – before markets crashed.
Sam Pizzigati, an associate fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies, talks to Al Jazeera.
Sri Lankan government understates COVID-19 figures to recklessly reopen economy. By Naveen Dewage, 23 May 2020. The low number of [recorded] infections in Sri Lanka is because few COVID-19 tests are being conducted—an average of less than 600 per day between February 18 and May 20.
From the World Socialist Web Site, 23 May 2020:
Pakistan: Sindh hospital workers’ protests
Young Doctors Association (YDA) and Young Nurses Association (YNA) members from state-funded hospitals held separate protests this week against the government’s failure to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) and to demand payment of all outstanding allowances.
According to YDA, the government has only provided 20 percent of the required PPE to hospitals. They also claimed that, despite repeated government promises, doctors at the Larkana and Sukkur hospitals have not been paid for 13 months. After continuing its protests for more than a week, the YNA has warned that it would hold a provincial-wide hospital strike if its demands are not met before the weekend. …
Australian governments fully reopen schools despite intense opposition. By Erika Zimmer, 23 May 2020. The danger of sending up to a million children back full-time in New South Wales during the COVID-19 pandemic is compounded by the public transport crisis.