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DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - The 2022 World Cup hosted by Qatar is expected to be watched by 5 billion people around the world, FIFA president Gianni Infantino said on Monday.
While grandparents worldwide often enjoy the retired life – pursuing hobbies, travelling the world and occasionally visiting their children and grandchildren – retirees in China are often stuck at home, tasked with taking care of the little ones while their sons and daughters go to work.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia summoned Britain's ambassador on Monday to explain the raising of a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) flag at its embassy, and urged foreign missions to respect local "sensitivities" following a backlash among conservatives.
Planting ‘letters from spring’: Chinese artist in Guangzhou has been covering dingy walls with flowers made of felt
A Chinese art student has taken it upon himself to decorate the southern megacity Guangzhou with “flower patches” made out of felt, which has been praised as “bringing warmth and healing to the public”.
With a steep rise of child sexual abuse online, the EU is calling on Big Tech to report and remove illegal content, but the methods which they use could lead to mass surveillance, privacy activists say.
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romanian human rights groups on Friday condemned a bill approved by the Senate which bans so-called gay propaganda in schools, saying it would legitimise discrimination against the LGBT community, mirroring measures seen in Hungary and Russia.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union executive proposed on Wednesday laws to curb excessive litigation aimed at silencing critical journalists and rights advocates by governments and businesses, a form of harassment it said was on the rise from Croatia to Poland.
(Reuters) - A Russian court on Tuesday fined Meta Platforms Inc. 4 million roubles ($54,030) for failing to delete posts that contained what it calls "LGBT propaganda", the Interfax news agency reported.
'Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness', has been banned in Saudi Arabia cinemas, reportedly due to its inclusion of an LGBTQ character.
WASHINGTON (REUTERS) Ketanji Brown Jackson was confirmed by the Senate on Thursday (April 8) as the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court in a milestone for the United States and a victory for President Joe Biden, who made good on a campaign promise as he seeks to infuse the federal judiciary with a broader range of backgrounds.