VICE has been condemned by Cambodia for publishing an article that featured sensitive pictures of the Khmer Rouge victims.
With Netflix’s documentary covering the 2019 college admissions scandal setting internet searches alight one law firm has identified the most searches for cases in history.
The five-time Billboard winning rapper and actor Earl Simmons, better known as DMX died on Friday afternoon aged 50, following a heart attack. People magazine have reported that the attack was induced by a drug overdose.
By Luis Jaime Acosta ARAUQUITA MUNICIPALITY, Colombia - Venezuelans fleeing to Colombia to escape clashes between the Venezuelan military and irregular armed groups have accused soldiers of abuses, including killing civilians. The flow of refugees, estimated at 4,000 by an official in Colombia's Ara...
Music fans in Barcelona had rapid COVID-19 tests ahead of attending a rock concert on Saturday in a trial that, if successful, could provide a route to recovery for the ravaged live music industry in Spain and beyond.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Saturday said China's sanctions against two American religious-rights officials and one Canadian lawmaker were unacceptable and vowed to continue to defend human rights.
One of the world’s largest container ships, named Ever Given, has been wedged across the Suez Canal since it was blown off course by high winds in the early hours of March 23, blocking one of the busiest maritime trade corridors in the world.
British foreign minister Dominic Raab will throw his support behind NATO as "a strong, united, political bulwark against Moscow's de-stabilising activities", rallying allies to thwart what he said was the threat posed by Russia.
Israelis voted on Tuesday in a fourth election in two years, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hoping a world-beating COVID-19 vaccine rollout will win him another term.
Australian Matt Jones won the Honda Classic on Sunday to end a seven-year drought on the PGA Tour and turn the page on what he said was at times a challenging stretch in his career.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov told Russia on Saturday to stop spying in his country, a day after prosecutors said they had charged six people on charges of working as spies for Moscow.
TOKYO - International spectators will not be allowed to enter Japan for this summer's Olympic Games amid public concerns over coronavirus, organisers said on Saturday, crushing many fans' hopes and setting the stage for a drastically scaled-back event.
In an age of disinformation, the work of independents such as Eliot Higgins of Bellingcat has never been more important.
The investment aims to help expand their network and encourage development.
- Security forces killed at least 22 anti-coup protesters in the poor, industrial Hlaingthaya suburb of Myanmar's main city on Sunday after Chinese-financed factories were set ablaze there, an advocacy group said. A further 16 protesters were killed in other places, the Assistance Association for Po...
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security on Saturday ordered an emergency agency that usually responds to floods, storms and other major disasters to help care for a growing number of migrant children arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border.
ABUJA (Bywire News) - The first batches of the Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine have arrived in Nigeria. The shots, which are part of the international COVAX scheme were delivered on Tuesday to the capital city Abuja. The delivery consisted of 3.92 million doses that will help to kick start the ...
Lifting restrictions will be split into four stages, with a minimum of five weeks between each to observe the effects of easing restrictions. Criteria – concerning vaccine rollout and effectiveness, infection rates and mutations – will need to be met each time the country is due to move onto the next stage.
After the success of last year’s hackathon, Block.one is looking to the future. We talked to B1s Head of Development, Serg Metelin and judge Rudy Koch, Co-founder of Mythical Games, about what we can expect from the upcoming hackathon.
Russia and the United States are in talks on a possible prisoner swap that could secure the release of Paul Whelan, a former U.S. marine jailed for spying, within two to three months, his lawyer told on Monday.
The attack against a small Florida city was stopped before it could do serious harm but it shows how vulnerable critical infrastructure is to attack.
Mining Company ENRC has today filed fresh claims against the Serious Fraud Office, alleging an "endemic culture" of leaking covert briefings