‘Chilling message’: Hong Kong refuses to explain FT journalist visa denial

The unprecedented denial of a visa to a Financial Times journalist "sends a chilling message to everyone in Hong Kong," the paper said Sunday,...

Suspect in Salisbury poisoning receives hero’s honor in Russia, Bellingcat says

The Russian agent who a British investigative outlets identifies as a suspect in the nerve agent poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter has reportedly received...

‘We’re going to rebuild somehow,’ Hurricane Michael victim says. ‘I just don’t know how...

It's been five days since Hurricane Michael decimated Mexico Beach, and dozens of residents are still nowhere to be found. Search crews are sifting precariously...

‘Death knell’ of press freedom in Hong Kong has been a long time coming

Every day before work, Kevin Lau stopped for breakfast at a restaurant in Sai Wan Ho, a residential area in eastern Hong Kong. It...

‘A great divide’: Inside the battle to stop same-sex marriage in Taiwan

When Taiwan's high court passed a resolution in May 2017 ruling it was unconstitutional to ban same-sex couples from getting married, it was seen...

Mexico Beach is ‘wiped out’ by Hurricane Michael as other Florida cities are smashed

What used to be a gorgeous beachfront city now looks like an apocalyptic mess after Hurricane Michael shredded Mexico Beach, Florida. "Mexico Beach was wiped...

‘El Chapo’ Guzman trial to begin under unprecedented security measures

Nearly two years after his extradition from Mexico, notorious cartel boss Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Loera faces an American jury on Tuesday in the most significant...

Australian law allows religious schools to reject gay students, PM says

Prime Minister Scott Morrison said religious schools in Australia are already legally allowed to deny students a place based on their sexual orientation, following...

Bulgarian journalist Viktoria Marinova raped and murdered

Bulgarian authorities are investigating the rape and murder of an investigative reporter in the northern city of Ruse, the third journalist to have been...

24-hour curfew imposed in Nigeria’s Kaduna after scores killed in communal violence

A 24-hour curfew has been imposed in the Nigerian state of Kaduna, where police said at least 55 people were killed in communal clashes. Nigeria's...

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