THE National Rifle Association’s (NRA) bid to avoid a corruption lawsuit in New York has been slapped down by a federal judge — meaning the notorio
FACEBOOK banned the Lebanese Communist Party’s official page on Tuesday, claiming its coverage of Israel’s crackdown on Palestinians in Jerusalem a
FORTY-TWO people have been killed so far in Colombia’s brutal crackdown on mass protests, the country’s human rights ombudsman said on Tuesday.
IRAQ: The UN announced on Monday that it has found “clear and compelling evidence” that Islamic State (Isis) extremists committed
SPAIN approved a pioneering law yesterday that gives delivery platforms a mid-August deadline to hire the workers currently freelancing for them an
FRENCH Prime Minister Jean Castex has proposed tougher and faster punishment for people who attack the police, as the government paid a national tr
A GUNMAN attacked a school yesterday morning in the Russian city of Kazan, killing eight people — seven teenage students and a teacher — and leavin