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Through crackling Internet lines and jumpy connections, a group of Syrian students recently reunited after nearly two years, recreating their English language classes and their small community online from pockets of opposition-held areas.
Three refugees from Syria, Afghanistan and Cameroon are suing the German state for accessing personal data on their mobile phones, arguing it was an unnecessary invasion of privacy, their lawyer said on May 5.
Climate activists and school children across the world went online on April 24 in a global climate strike, a move prompted by the novel coronavirus pandemic that has banned large gatherings of people.
Staring into a smartphone camera in an empty classroom in rebel-held northwest Syria, geography teacher Danielle Dbeis addresses students confined at home away from the novel coronavirus.
In the time of novel coronavirus millions of schoolchildren around the Arab world are now learning lessons at home.
He mixed extreme paranoia about secret state surveillance with far-right conspiracy tropes, misogyny and racist vitriol.
Single mother-of-two Sara Faizi from Afghanistan faced a dead end when she arrived in Bulgaria in 2018: the former bank branch operations manager needed a job but neither spoke the local language nor had any contacts.
Syria's government on Feb 1 started rationing subsidised food like rice and sugar with smart cards, in the latest measure to address an economic crisis in the war-torn country.
An internal confidential document from the United Nations, leaked to The New Humanitarian and seen by The Associated Press, says that dozens of servers were "compromised” at offices in Geneva and Vienna.
As Australia struggles to deal with the aftermath of hundreds of bushfires, dozens of which are still burning, authorities have also warned of looters in towns where people have evacuated and scammers raising fake funds for relief.