The Duchess of Sussex spoke about reevaluating the state of the digital landscape on Tuesday.
The human rights organization said it was being harassed by government agencies.
The Canadian prime minister argued in a U.N. speech that COVID-19 is a "wake-up call" that current global systems simply don't work anymore.
One person has survived after a Ukrainian military aircraft crashed coming in for a landing in Chuhuiv.
Many palm oil fruit workers in Indonesia and neighboring Malaysia endure exploitation, including child labor. The oil is in many products worldwide.
The hard-working rodent detects landmines in Cambodia and has cleared more than 141,000 square meters of land.
A huge weekend protest in the Spanish capital against the Madrid government’s "useless and clearly segregationist" restrictions is just a teaser of unrest to come.
The actions were likely an effort to prevent a coronavirus outbreak, South Korea’s military said on Thursday.
German chemical weapons experts have determined that he was poisoned with the Soviet-era nerve agent Novichok.
The mayor’s office in Krasnik, Poland said lawmakers voted in favor of controversial legislation targeting "radicals striving for a cultural revolution."