The New York Times
· For Muscogee (Creek) Tribe in Oklahoma, at Long Last Vindication →
“It’s so momentous and it’s immense,” said Joy Harjo, the United States poet laureate and a Muskogee (Creek) Nation member who lives in Tulsa.
· 'The assassin is out there': Virus calls for a new way of thinking →
Doherty, a Nobel laureate in immunology, reckons that the number of declared cases worldwide, now at 11.8 million, is a drastic understatement.
· Virus inquiry chief Helen Clark warns of long wait for vaccine →
While Nobel laureate Peter Doherty has expressed confidence a vaccine will be developed, Ms Clark emphasised she was speaking of a vaccine that would be tested and widely available to deal with the global threat.
· WHO's Covid-19 inquiry is a shrewd move in a sea of disinformation →
Given Trump’s record of denigrating female leaders, and of racist dog-whistles, it is striking that the review will be chaired by two highly regarded and independent-minded women leaders, one of them from Africa – Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, a Nobel laureate and the former president of Liberia, and Helen Clark, former prime minister of New Zealand.