Exclusive: A young refugee who Australia exiled to Nauru complained of chest pains. Two days later he was dead — and nobody can tell his family why.
Clearview’s Facial Recognition App Has Been Used By The Justice Department, ICE, Macy’s, Walmart, And The NBA
A BuzzFeed News review of Clearview AI documents has revealed the company is working with more than 2,200 law enforcement agencies, companies, and individuals around the world.
Normal life has ground to a halt in the region as businesses lay off workers, hospitals struggle to care for patients, and ordinary people despair.
Iraj Harirchi, the head of Iran’s anti-coronavirus task force, tested positive a day after a news conference where he appeared visibly sick. He wasn't wearing a mask.
Mubarak ruled Egypt for 30 years before being overthrown during the Arab Spring.
Quaden Bayles' mother posted a video of the distraught 9-year-old. Less than 72 hours later, his story would be twisted into a conspiracy theory that he was an 18-year-old scammer.
Thousands of refugees travel to Indonesia, hoping to make it to Australia. The vast majority of them never will.
Ukraine’s security service said the fake email that was supposedly from the Ministry of Health had actually been sent from outside the country.
A man in his seventies is currently being treated at a major trauma centre.
In 2019, more than 3,000 Cambodian women messaged Marie Stopes International to get advice on abortion, contraception, and STIs.
Exclusive: More than a week after the High Court said Indigenous people cannot be deported from Australia, Torres Strait Islander man Billy Hohoi remains in immigration detention.
9 People Were Killed In Shootings At Two Hookah Bars In Germany In A Suspected Far-Right Terror Attack
Police said the suspect was found dead at his home, alongside the body of his mother.
“There is a general sense of fear, so people look out for information — and YouTube becomes one of the places to look for it.”
“Proactive and reactively we will delete evil my brother.”
Facebook warned against the potential "overreach" of Singapore's anti-fake news law as it blocked a page that was flagged for spreading false information about the coronavirus.
"It's incredible the sheer speed at which lies travel, particularly when they’re targeted at groups," one fact checker said.
Ukraine Is Caught Up In Another Power Battle, But This Time It's Not Trump Vs. Biden But Trump Vs. China
There’s a potential US buyer lined up to buy military jet engine maker Motor Sich. (Spoiler: It’s not Erik Prince.)
A Hotel Has Been Transformed Into An Immigration Detention Centre. An Inspector Says It’s Not Good Enough.
Refugees detained in a Brisbane hotel are in overcrowded rooms and have limited access to exercise, says the Commonwealth Ombudsman.
The power dynamics at play in any workplace sexual harassment scenario are "heightened" in Antarctica, one researcher said.
Tursunay Ziyawudun endured months of interrogations and ritual humiliations at the hands of camp officials before she was released. She's terrified she's about to be sent back.
The World's Most Influential Animal Conservation Group Has Links To Trophy Hunters And The Fashion Industry
Who is the world’s most important conservation organization really looking out for — endangered animals, or the people who want to pay big bucks to hunt them?
"If it was in the tens of millions it might go some of the way to making me feel like I'd been seen, heard and there was a modicum of justice," one woman told BuzzFeed News.
The video platform is doing better than many other social networking sites but still faces an uphill battle.
Websites banned by Australia's internet censor include a right wing Canadian blog, three online news publications and two forums where violent videos are regularly shared.
“Aboriginal people, regardless of where they are born, have permanent protection form deportation," said a lawyer representing the men.
“It’s eating our bodies and our minds,” one refugee said.
Goodbye, hell-fires. Hello, flood waters.
Experts are making wildly different predictions about the future of the coronavirus. "We are at the blind-men-feeling-the-elephant stage of this outbreak.”
Online Stores Promoting Koala Gifts On Facebook Said They Would Donate To Bushfire Charities. It’s Unclear If They Did.
Online stores popped up during Australia’s bushfire crisis, and ran hundreds of Facebook ads promoting koala-themed gifts. But their claims of charitable giving are difficult to prove.