Here's Why The BBC Doesn't Want To Call Trump A Racist
“Our role is to be the platform on which the British people will have the argument. I don't want us to be sucked in by the Twitter mob.”
Boris Johnson Could Become The First PM To Lose His Seat. This Is How.
While Johnson focuses on Number 10, rival parties in his west London constituency are gearing up for the biggest fight of their life.
Welcome To “Moscopoli”: Here’s Everything That’s Happened Since BuzzFeed News Revealed The Proposed Secret Deal Between Italy’s Far Right And Russia
It’s Italy’s “Moscowgate” and it’s blown up Italian politics.
A Russian Hockey Player Actually Spoke Out Against Putin In An Interview
“I doubt if he can tell good from bad,” the New York Rangers’ Artemi Panarin said of Putin, becoming one of the highest-profile Russian athletes to call out the Russian president.
These Journalists Are Facing Huge Threats And Injustice For Pursuing The Truth
Press freedoms are under assault around the world. These are the most urgent cases in July.
MPs Have Voted To Make It Harder For Boris Johnson To Secure A No-Deal Brexit
In a wider margin of victory for anti-no-deal MPs than expected, an amendment aimed at preventing Parliament from being suspended passed by a majority of 41.
33 People Have Died After A Suspected Arson Attack At An Animation Studio In Japan
Witnesses heard a man shout "Die!" before the fire began, Japan's public broadcaster said.
This 15-Month-Old Girl Has Spent Her Whole Life In Detention. She's In Hospital With The Flu
The 15-month-old is being treated for Influenza A.
This Man Is Accused Of Underpaying His Nanny By Over $150,000 In One Year
The nanny worked seven days a week and had two days off in a single year, the Fair Work Ombudsman alleges.
A Google VP Told The US Senate The Company Has “Terminated” The Chinese Search App Dragonfly
But Karan Bhatia did not explicitly rule out working on tools for China in the future.
Italian Police Seized An Air-To-Air Missile During An Investigation Into Far-Right Groups
The missile, which lacked an explosive charge but was in full working order, was found among a huge cache of weapons and Nazi material, police said.
The Government Asked Asylum Seekers About Their Sex Lives, Then Fought To Keep The Interviews Secret
A government employee asked two asylum seekers for intimate details. The government didn't want you to know about it.
A Chinese Diplomat Got Called Racist For Tweeting About DC While Defending Muslim Internment Camps
The deputy chief of mission in China’s embassy in Pakistan then pivoted to dunking on racism in the US and fighting with a former US national security adviser before deleting the tweets.
She Left Canada To Tell Somalia’s Untold Stories. Terrorists Took Her Life
Hodan Nalayeh represented the best of the global Somali diaspora. She was also the model for a new kind of trailblazing international journalist.
I Took Part In The Moscow Oil Deal Negotiation With Salvini’s Aide, Says An Italian Lawyer
In a letter to an Italian newspaper, Gianluca Meranda said he was prepared to cooperate with prosecutors investigating the proposed deal to channel funds to Matteo Salvini’s party.
"The Stench Was Horrendous": Pence Visited A Border Patrol Station Packed With Hundreds Of Immigrants In Cages
“I was not surprised by what I saw," the vice president said.
A Far-Right Group's Leaders Face Jail For A Stunt That Blocked A Border
It's the first case against the French branch of Generation Identity since reports emerged that it had accepted a donation from the suspected Christchurch shooter.
These Pictures Of Activists Begging You To Take Climate Change Seriously Are Intense
Extinction Rebellion has made a name for themselves with their disruptive protests in Europe. As they ramp up in the US, here's what Americans can look forward to seeing.
Extinction Rebellion Shut Down London To Shock People Into Facing The Reality Of Climate Change. That Was Just The Beginning.
There’s a method to the madness of Extinction Rebellion, which occupied London for 10 days. Now the group is in the US and more than 50 other countries.
The Far-Right Bromance At The Heart Of Italy's Russian Oil Scandal
The relationship between Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini and longtime aide Gianluca Savoini goes back 20 years.
The First Medevac Report Shows An “Unbelievably High” Number Of Mental Health Admissions
Exclusive: A government report has revealed the “unbelievably high” rate of medical admissions for refugees suffering mental illness on Nauru.
Italian Prosecutors Are Investigating A Proposed Deal To Secretly Pump Russian Oil Money To The Party Of Italy’s Far-Right Deputy Prime Minister
The investigation was made public a day after BuzzFeed News revealed a recording of the Moscow meeting where the plan was discussed.
This Man Wants Australians To Pay For Their Train Tickets... With Their Faces
The NSW transport minister likened the plan to Amazon's "Just Walk Out" technology.
Italy’s Matteo Salvini Is Facing Calls For An Inquiry Into A Secret Russian Oil Deal Recording Revealed By BuzzFeed News
Two former prime ministers want answers from Salvini, whose aide was recorded negotiating with Russians over a deal to channel oil money to his far-right Lega party.
Revealed: The Explosive Secret Recording That Shows How Russia Tried To Funnel Millions To The “European Trump”
A close aide to Italy's deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini held covert talks to pump Russian oil money to his far-right party. BuzzFeed News has the tape.
You Will Soon Vote On Whether Indigenous Australians Should Be Recognised In Our Constitution
"The national interest requires a new relationship with Indigenous Australians."
Opinion: Rivers Of Blood, Black Snow — What Rich Men Did To My Russian Hometown
Heavy industry made my hometown look like a postapocalyptic wasteland, where rivers run red and the snow is black. It also made some men very rich.
Twitter Says It Has New Rules To Curb Hate Speech Targeting Religious Groups
Twitter introduced new rules Tuesday that will ban hateful speech that dehumanizes religious groups.
Students Could Sue King’s College London After It Admitted To Flagging Campus Activists With Police Ahead Of The Queen’s Visit
The KCL Student Union said the incident proves concerns about surveillance on campus are valid. The university has apologised for lettings "its community" down.
People In Sudan Don’t Know You Changed Your Profile Picture To Blue. Her Graffiti Is Spreading The Word.
The Sudanese military has blocked the internet, meaning that many in the country don't know about #BlueForSudan and the global interest it sparked. Assil Diab is taking to the streets to tell the story behind the hashtag.