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The hurdles still remain, as Asia-Pacific countries are gradually easing off travel restrictions

Asia-Pacific countries including Australia, Singapore and Japan are gradually easing some international travel restrictions as coronavirus cases slow, in hopes of helping...

UK: Impromptu game of Cricket breaks out after 10pm curfew in Peckham street

Described as "sweet and exuberant moment of joy", the participants gathered by Peckham Rye Station with a bat and ball, surrounded by...

Margaret Nolan – “Goldfinger” model and the legendary British artist died @ 76

Margaret Nolan, who served as the iconic golden-plated babe portrayed in the opening sequence of "Goldfinger" -- has died.

Court in Germany filed criminal charges against former Volkswagen chief

On Thursday, German court in Braunschweig said, it had opened complaints against former Volkswagen Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn observing whether he is guilty...

Chinese subsidiary refinery starts processing first Russian crude oil

According to a source report posted on its social media platform on Tuesday, PetroChina Co Ltd’s subsidiary refinery in northeast China’s Daqing...

EU demands new powers to threaten tech giants

The European Union desire to arm itself with new controls to penalize big technology companies, the Financial Times reported on Sunday.

Authorities in Belarus detained protesters and seal off central square in Minsk

According to Reuters, sources witness a multitude of people numbering more than 10,000 marching towards Independence Square on Sunday, where the Belarus...

U.N. rights official urges Russia to conduct an investigation into Navalny case

The top United Nations human rights chief called on Russia on Tuesday to conduct or cooperate with a full independent inspection into...

Pope first trip outside Rome since COVID-19 pandemic… for the Feast of St. Francis

A spokesman for the Assisi Basilica said on Saturday, Pope Francis next month visit to the Italian town of Assisi, his first...

Alexei Navalny, Putin critic was poisoned with a Soviet-style Novichok nerve agent, German Chancellor says

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday, Vladimir critic Alexei Navalny, who is in an intensive care unit in a Berlin hospital,...

Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi tests positive for COVID-19

Italy's former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi pledged to carry on with political activities ahead of local elections in September after testing positive...

Thousands of protesters rallied at the Bulgarian parliament… demanding resignation of the Prime Minister

On Wednesday in Sofia, Bulgarian demonstrators rallied in thousands at the front of the parliament, which is portrayed as one of the...

The Norwegian parliament suffers cyber attack, says agency

The national assembly and a counter-intelligence agency said on Tuesday, Norway's parliament suffered a cyber attack in the past few days and...

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US tech companies says, Facebook responsible for 94% of 69 million child sex abuse photos

Last year, US technology companies reported that Facebook was responsible for 94% of the 69 million child sex abuse images.

EU executives insist on tough enforcement rules in Brexit deal – Financial Times report

French President Emmanuel Macron and other EU leaders will insist on tough enforcement rules for any trade deal with Britain, warning that...

The hurdles still remain, as Asia-Pacific countries are gradually easing off travel restrictions

Asia-Pacific countries including Australia, Singapore and Japan are gradually easing some international travel restrictions as coronavirus cases slow, in hopes of helping...

UK: Impromptu game of Cricket breaks out after 10pm curfew in Peckham street

Described as "sweet and exuberant moment of joy", the participants gathered by Peckham Rye Station with a bat and ball, surrounded by...