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From bombings and protests to the opening of a new health centre, student journalist Baraa Razzouk has been documenting daily life in Idlib, Syria, for years, and posting the videos to his YouTube account.
Facebook Inc acquired Swedish mapping technology company Mapillary, which collects images from tens of thousands of contributors to build immersive and up-to-date maps, the companies said.
At a Tel Aviv-area hospital, a robot toddles over to a young patient propped up in bed and connects her remotely to a physician to discuss her treatment for Covid-19.
North Korea has said it is cutting communication hotlines with South Korea, a tactic the isolated country has used repeatedly during periods of rising tension.
The coronavirus came relatively late to Yemen, but even with advance notice it has still been ravaged by the disease.
False claims targeting billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates are gaining traction online since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, with experts warning they could hamper efforts to curb the virus.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned on April 27 that extremist groups are taking advantage of Covid-19 lockdowns to intensify social media efforts to spread hatred and recruit young people who are spending more time online.
In the third grade, he coded a website with stick figures. In middle school, he coded video games. Now, at 17, Avi Schiffmann has coded a highly-trafficked website that tracks cases of Covid-19, also known as the coronavirus.
As countries begin to lift coronavirus lockdowns, biometric identification can help verify those who have already had the infection, and ensure that the vulnerable get the vaccine when it is launched, health and technology experts said.