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Anti-vaccine campaigners once confined to relatively obscure groups have exploited the coronavirus pandemic to reach a wider audience online, feeding on public fears to sow doubt about the drugs now available.
A draft statement circulating the day before a South-East Asian leaders' summit on the Myanmar crisis included the release of political prisoners as one of its "consensus" points, said three sources familiar with the document.
A very strange thing happened on the Internet the day US President Joe Biden was sworn in. A shadowy company residing at a shared workspace above a Florida bank announced to the world’s computer networks that it was now managing a colossal, previously idle chunk of the Internet owned by the US Department of Defense.
At their own expense, the couple opened up a hotel and restaurant that they own to care for young men and unaccompanied minors from Morocco, Senegal and other West African countries.
LONDON (Reuters) - It almost felt like old times at Wembley on Sunday as a crowd of 8,000 watched Manchester City beat Tottenham Hotspur in the League Cup final -- the biggest attendance at a UK sporting event since the COVID-19 pandemic struck.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - A draft statement circulating the day before a Southeast Asian leaders' summit on the Myanmar crisis included the release of political prisoners as one of its "consensus" points, said three sources familiar with the document.
Book clubs in Kurdistan give homegrown authors a platform, and regularly discuss social issues
(Reuters) -Myanmar's pro-democracy activists sharply criticised an agreement between the country's junta chief and Southeast Asian leaders to end a violent post-coup crisis and vowed on Sunday to continue protesting.
Will national security law force exodus of Hong Kong’s teachers, students over fears of shrinking academic freedom?
Rise in number of teachers resigning and students pulling out of school to emigrate, survey shows, as concerns over new ‘red lines’ growSlew of directives to schools leaves some teachers worried about what they can and cannot teach now
Broadcasters must disclose content sponsored by China or Russia, rules US Federal Communications Commission
The regulatory agency says radio and TV stations must make it clear when a specific country or political party sponsors programmingUS lawmakers have urged the agency to compel broadcasters to identify such content as propaganda