Myanmar's military junta has cut all wireless internet services until further notice, in what appears to be part of a concerted effort to control communications and messaging in the Southeast Asian country.
A Hong Kong court has convicted pro-democracy media tycoon Jimmy Lai and eight other prominent opposition activists over their roles in an unauthorized assembly at the height of the 2019 protests.
Volkswagen of America says its "Voltswagen" name change was merely a joke "in the spirit of April Fools' Day" to promote a new electric car. But even if it was meant as a lighthearted marketing gag, the move could land the carmaker in some serious trouble.
When Jerry Callahan had his first bite of a Sumo Citrus fruit about nine years ago, he knew he'd tried something special. "This is going to go crazy," he thought.
The international poverty charity Oxfam has suspended two aid workers in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), as part of an ongoing investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct, bullying and abuses of power.
Ethiopia's government said Friday that "social media posts and claims cannot be taken as evidence" after a CNN investigation found that Ethiopian soldiers executed unarmed men in the country's war-torn Tigray region.
Religious sites are open to limited numbers, but the pandemic means there are none of the mass pilgrimages usually seen in Holy Week
Andy Byford is on a mission to save London’s transit network from post-pandemic collapse
The parents of Trevor Reed, an American who has been imprisoned in Russia for almost two years, revealed for the first time on Thursday that their son served as a Marine presidential guard -- a fact they believe led Russia to target him for what they say is wrongful detention.