The victim's family had pleaded with the police to release her body.
“The US is no longer an example for other countries to follow.”
A Woman Who Makes Bags For Michael Kors Was Sent To One Of The Most Crowded Prisons In The World For A Facebook Post
A Cambodian woman who makes bags for brands like Michael Kors and Kate Spade was jailed for two months after expressing her fears about the coronavirus.
Zara’s Billionaire Owner Was Praised For Helping In The Coronavirus Crisis. Workers In Myanmar Paid The Price.
Fast fashion was always a problem. Now, COVID-19 has deepened the inequity between garment workers and fashion labels rebranding themselves as saviors.
At least 11 people have died after styrene gas leaked from the LG Polymers factory in the city of Visakhapatnam, although it is feared the death toll will rise.
Shameem comes from a line of gravediggers. But he’s the first one in his family to oversee burials in a pandemic.
It Was Meant To Be An App To Help Immigrants Lead A Normal Life In The US. Now It’s Helping Them Survive The Coronavirus.
Homeis was designed to help immigrants navigate daily life, but its CEO told BuzzFeed News the app has become "basically a COVID-19 helpline."
A Cluster Of Coronavirus Cases Can Be Traced Back To A Single Mosque And Now 200 Million Muslims Are Being Vilified
Six COVID-19 deaths have been linked to a religious gathering in March. It’s led to a huge spike in anti-Muslim narratives and misinformation.
This Shocking Video Shows Workers Being Sprayed With Unknown Chemicals During A Coronavirus Lockdown
Footage shared with BuzzFeed News shows workers at an uptown residential neighborhood in Mumbai being sprayed to “disinfect” them.
Put Makeup On. Wear Tight Clothes. Speak Like A Cartoon Cat: How Women Are Being Told To Behave Around Their Husbands Under Lockdown.
The official lockdown advice from Malaysia’s women’s ministry — to wear makeup and avoid sarcasm — was ridiculed online.
A lockdown in India that aimed to mitigate the spread of the virus has left huge numbers of people with no other choice but to walk hundreds of miles home in large groups.
Health care professionals in India are being evicted from their homes because of the coronavirus, while at least one doctor was assaulted by police on her way to work.
During the three-week period, no Indian citizen will be allowed to leave their home to socialize or work, except those working in essential services.
The constant bombardment of WhatsApp forwards on supposed miracle cures for the coronavirus is about one thing: fear.
India’s First Line Of Defense Against The Coronavirus Is An Army Of 900,000 Women Without Masks Or Hand Sanitizer
Community health workers are India’s first line of defense against the coronavirus, but the government is showing little interest in protecting them.
India has so far avoided the worst of the coronavirus pandemic. But Indians returning from Europe were held in unsanitary conditions ripe for cross-contamination, threatened with violence, and accused of elitism.
The tweet comes at an extremely tense time in India after a week of horrifying communal violence.
Harvey Weinstein's Lawyer Said Her Controversial New York Times Interview Was Recorded "A Long Time Ago." The Paper Said It Was Last Week.
Prosecutors in the case argued Donna Rotunno's interview violated the judge's order.
Harvey Weinstein’s First Witness Said “The Dogpile” Of Women Saying The Producer Allegedly Sexual Assaulted Them Was “Hideous”
The witness had previously texted Weinstein, “until you are proven legally guilty, I will continue to be that politically incorrect person who defends you.”
A Model Said Harvey Weinstein Trapped Her In A Hotel Bathroom And Masturbated While Groping Her Breast
Lauren Marie Young is the last accuser to testify against Weinstein, signaling the prosecution’s case against him may soon be coming to an end.