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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Charges against three News Corp
WARSAW (Reuters) - Thousands of people took part in an annual far-right march in Warsaw to mark Poland's Independence Day on Wednesday, defying a ban imposed by city hall due to coronavirus restrictions.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary's right-wing government has drafted legislation that would practically ban adoption by same-sex couples in what rights groups said was an attack on the LGBTQ community when COVID-19 meant they could not protest.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York City man has been criminally charged with sending death threats on social media, in part because he was unhappy with Democrat Joe Biden being declared the winner of the presidential election, the U.S. Department of Justice said on Tuesday.
TORONTO (Reuters) - A Canadian man charged with killing 10 people and the attempted murder of 16 in a 2018 van attack in Toronto told a court he should not be held "criminally responsible" as the five-week trial kicked off on Tuesday.
KLANG: Two men were charged at the Sessions Court here with raping their colleague and performing unnatural sex acts on her.
SINGAPORE (ANN): A freelance cameraman sexually abused his girlfriend's two underage daughters over a period of six years and both suffered in silence as they were violated by the man they had accepted as their father.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A trial began on Monday alleging dozens of journalists, editors and media companies breached an Australia-wide court suppression order in reporting on ex-Vatican treasurer George Pell's child sex abuse conviction in 2018.
(Reuters) - Spanish-language misinformation flourished online in the days surrounding the U.S. election, even as social media companies moved to stem falsehoods that could affect the vote or spark violence.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Two men were charged with gun offenses in Philadelphia on Friday after they were arrested the previous night near a vote counting site that has become a focal point for election-related protests, according to the city district attorney's office.