An advocacy group says Sudanese authorities have disrupted internet access ahead of scheduled mass protests denouncing last year’s military coup and demanding the immediate transfer of power to civilians
Buckingham Palace confirmed that “lessons have been learned” following an investigation into complaints that Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, had bullied palace staff members.
The proposal, which does not address e-cigarettes that heat liquid rather than tobacco, is part of a wider plan to tackle cancer rates in the E.U.
The remains of Congo’s independence hero and first Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba will be laid to rest in Kinshasa Thursday
In other advanced democracies, the courts are more restrained.
The retreat came after sustained Ukrainian attacks, including with newly arrived Western weapons, made it impossible for Russian forces to hold the island.
Before Xi Jinping’s tightly controlled appearance, Hong Kong sent officials, diplomats and others to hotels for days of isolation and Covid tests.
More than 7 million Somalis face acute food insecurity, with almost 250,000 at risk of imminent starvation.
The lawyer for the only surviving attacker from the November 2015 terrorist massacre in Paris has criticized her client’s murder conviction and life prison sentence without the possibility of parole
Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers on Thursday held the first major gathering of Islamic clerics and tribal elders since they seized power in August, with over 3,000 coming to the capital for the event
Activists and survivors of the martial law era under his father protested Marcos Jr.’s inauguration.
Federal action to make children older than 6 months eligible for vaccines not only affects parents but also day care centers, which have struggled throughout the pandemic.
Over six years, many doctors told the patient he had peripheral neuropathy. What they couldn’t tell him was why — or how to treat it.
Applying the lessons of taekwondo, the regional military leader has rallied the embattled southern city of Mykolaiv.