The photo-sharing app mistakenly removed content about the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the site of clashes between Israeli police forces and Palestinian worshippers, after associating the site with terrorism.
Scores of people have been killed in some of the worst fighting between the Israelis and Palestinians since the 2014 Gaza war.
Seven of the victims — four boys and three girls — were students in eighth grade, according to reports.
The DOJ Will Waive The Death Penalty For The American Who Fought With Extremists In Ukraine And Allegedly Killed A Florida Couple
Waiving the death penalty for Craig Lang could speed up his extradition from Kyiv, where capital punishment has been off the books for 20 years.
“There are unfortunately children among the dead,” the city's mayor said.
As cases in India surge faster than anywhere in the world, Indians struggle to care for their family members who have COVID and mourn lost loved ones.
As thousands of people die each day, the Modi government is cracking down on people criticizing it online.
On Wednesday, the world’s largest social network hid posts with the text #ResignModi for a few hours, before restoring them.
The AstraZeneca vaccines are authorized in India but still awaiting an FDA go-ahead in the US. Up to 60 million doses will be shared with India amid a catastrophic surge in cases there.
More than 50 tweets are now blocked in India.
About 1 in every 3 cases of COVID-19 recorded each day in the world is now in India, where the rate of new infections is growing faster than in any other nation.
Kadir van Lohuizen’s photographs show how rising sea levels are threatening coastlines from Bangladesh to New York City.
This Company Monitors Prisoners In Xinjiang. It Won An “Innovation” Award At An Event Sponsored By Amazon.
The Chinese government’s use of prisons and detention camps in Xinjiang is part of what the US and other countries have called a genocide.
Here are some of the most interesting and powerful photo stories from across the internet.
This Lawmaker Wants To Label Foreign White Supremacist Groups As "Terrorists," But Some Of Them No Longer Exist
Of the 13 violent far-right extremist groups Rep. Elissa Slotkin wants the US to designate "foreign terrorist organizations," four are defunct, one is American, and another is a part of an allied nation’s national guard.
Police did not release the victim’s name, but Katie Wright identified him as her son, Daunte Wright. The shooting led hundreds of people to protest — and police to fire tear gas.
"You know it’s going to happen but you are never really ready," said Princess Anne in an emotional statement about the death of her father.
I Thought My Job Was To Report On Technology In India. Instead, I Got A Front-Row Seat To The Decline Of My Democracy.
I love writing about tech. But covering how a Hindu nationalist government is using it to destroy a secular democracy isn’t what I signed up for.
The Duchess of Sussex, who is pregnant, did not receive clearance from her physician to travel, a spokesperson said.
“At the Queen’s side or trailing the customary two steps behind,” wrote former US president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle, “Prince Philip showed the world what it meant to be a supportive husband to a powerful woman.”
Ukraine is attracting Americans who want to fight alongside far-right extremists. What happens when radicalized soldiers like Craig Lang return home?
Prince Philip, who was married to the Queen for more than 70 years, was the longest-serving royal consort in British history. He died on Friday at age 99.
The prince was a central figure in British public life for almost three-quarters of a century.
Why Do A Bunch Of Nigerian Twitter Influencers Want This Alleged Money Launderer To Go Free? They’re Being Paid.
Alex Saab may be extradited to the United States — but he has some unlikely allies.
Schools, international travel, and military service — people in the US already have to prove they are vaccinated against many diseases.
But as COVID-19 cases rise nationwide, “I would advocate against general travel overall,” CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said on Friday.
If it's granted emergency authorization from the FDA, the vaccine will be the first in the United States to be given out to children younger than 16.
As a World Health Organization and Chinese study into the origins of the pandemic gives no conclusive answers, the controversial theory that the virus emerged from a lab refuses to go away.
"Put it back and add another ship!"
"PUT IT BACK."