Hunter Biden filed documents on Monday seeking a new trial after his conviction on three felonies on June 11, 2024. He argued ...
The UN launched on Monday the Global Principles for Information Integrity, aiming at tackling the misinformation, ...
The International Criminal Court (ICC) issued arrest warrants Tuesday for Russia's former defense minister, Sergei Shoigu, ...
The head of Indonesia’s state Cyber and Crypto agency (BSSSN). Hinsa Siburian, confirmed Monday that the National Data Center ...
Human Rights Watch in a piece for Newsweek called for the US to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for human rights abuses on Monday, as the US reportedly prepares to lift its ban on the sale of offensive ...
Julian Assange is free after 12 years of confinement, having negotiated a plea deal with the US Department of Justice on charges related to his website WikiLeaks’ publication of classified materials.
Pro-independence protesters have renewed violent demonstrations across New Caledonia after the detention of seven indigenous leaders and activists in mainland France, the High Commission of the ...
UNRWA Commissioner-General Philippe Lazzarini on Monday expressed deep concerns about the dire state of health facilities in Gaza, stating that the local health system is collapsing under the strain ...
Israel’s Supreme Court issued an order on Sunday demanding the government provide an update on prison conditions in the Sde Teiman detention facility, where the government has been holding Palestinian ...
The Constitutional Council in Mozambique on Saturday rejected an appeal filed by Ossufo Momade, the presidential candidate of the Renamo Party. Momade had challenged the electoral symbol, a pigeon, ...
The US Supreme Court announced Monday it will review the legality of state efforts to ban gender-affirming medical care for minors — a contentious issue in a nation deeply divided over transgender ...
The European Commission informed Apple on Monday that it preliminarily found App Store Rules to be in breach of the Digital Markets Act (DMA). Apple is accused of preventing app developers from ...