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Scary photos show packed London tube trains despite pleas for people to stay home during the coronavirus outbreak

Some trains were still crowded despite announcements for only essential travel in the British capital.

We visited supermarkets in Japan, France, Poland, and the Netherlands to see what items people are ‘panic buying’ around the world as coro...

As the coronavirus spreads, Business Insider sent some of its international editors to take photos inside local stores where items are low in stock.
A store shelf in Japan.

We visited supermarkets in Japan, France, Poland, and the Netherlands to see what items people are ‘panic buying’ around the world as coro...

As the coronavirus spreads, Business Insider sent some of its international editors to take photos inside local stores where items are low in stock.
A member of the Thai Airways crew disinfects the cabin of an aircraft of the national carrier during a procedure to prevent the spread of the coronavirus at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Thailand, January 28, 2020.

Airlines around the world are now using hospital-grade disinfectants to sterilize planes to stave off the coronavirus

The hardcore disinfectants airlines are turning to are better known for killing avian flu, salmonella, and sexually-transmitted diseases like herpes.
Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn gestures as he speaks during a news conference at the Lebanese Press Syndicate in Beirut, Lebanon January 8, 2020.

Carlos Ghosn unleashes on Nissan and Japanese prosecutors in a lengthy press conference

The automotive executive is on the run after escaping house arrest in Japan and resurfacing in Lebanon late last year.
Students of B. Borooah College during a protest against the Citizenship Amendment Bill, in Guwahati, Assam, Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2019. The passing of the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016 will give Indian citizenship rights to the refugees from minority communities, except the Muslim community.

The world’s largest democracy is heading toward modern-day fascism

The fight that has erupted over the citizenship bill is reflective of the country's growing discrimination of its Muslim population.

The world’s 20 best airlines for 2019

The consumer aviation website Skytrax announced its 2019 ranking of the best airlines in the world in June.
Trump's tariffs could affect automakers like Ford. There is a lot of aluminum in the F-150 pickup.

The automotive industry has not reached ‘peak car’ as some analysts suggest. Here’s what’s really going on.

Even if a recession appears, automakers have ridden out downturns for a century and generally seen sales recover.
Justin Anderson #7 of the Washington Wizards and Mingyang Sun #12 of the Guangzhou Long-Lions go after the ball during the second half at Capital One Arena on October 9, 2019 in Washington, DC.

China and the NBA are coming to blows over a pro-Hong Kong tweet. Here’s why.

Chinese leagues, streaming services, sponsors, and partners, have cut ties with the Rockets and the NBA in response to the tweet.
A picture taken on July 13, 2018 shows Sayragul Sauytbay, 41, an ethnic Kazakh Chinese national and former employee of the Chinese state, who is accused of illegally crossing the border between the countries to join her family in Kazakhstan, sits inside a defendants' cage during a hearing at a court in the city of Zharkent.

Rape, medical experiments, and forced abortions: One woman describes horrors of Xinjiang concentration camps

Sayragul Sauytbay escaped life in a Chinese prison camp, and she and her family were granted asylum in Sweden.