Protests and vigils have been reported in multiple cities and universities — a mass public movement that’s rare in China.
German Players Covered Their Mouths Before A World Cup Game After Not Being Allowed To Support LGBTQ People
FIFA banned team captains from wearing an armband in support of LGBTQ rights as a stand against World Cup host country Qatar, which has the death penalty for homosexual acts.
Iranian Soccer Players And Fans Protested At The World Cup In Solidarity With Anti-Government Demonstrations Back Home
The Iranian national team stayed silent when the national anthem played before its match against England. Fans in the crowd also held up signs and photos of protesters killed by security forces.
The Taliban In Afghanistan Is Still Preventing Girls From Getting Above A Sixth-Grade Education, So This Kabul Resident Is Running A Secret School
“It is in their interest to impose restrictions on women because they can't do it on males.”
The WNBA star was sentenced to nine years in prison last month, but advocates are pleading for a prisoner swap.
A New WhatsApp “Communities” Feature Makes Organizing Groups A Snap. Critics Say It Will Make Spreading Misinformation Easier.
A researcher doubts WhatsApp's claim that Communities will "meaningfully reduce the spread of potentially harmful misinformation."
A witness told BuzzFeed News she was making her way through the crowd when "suddenly this wave of panic rushed us." This story contains graphic photos and describes disturbing video.
Thousands Marched In Solidarity With Iranian Women After Mahsa Amini Died In Custody Of Morality Police
Protesters around the world gathered to protest Iran's crackdown after the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, an Iranian Kurdish woman who died while in custody of the country's morality police.
The death certificate also revealed new information regarding the monarch's exact time of death.
As something of an alarm clock, the piper would play at 9 a.m. for 15 minutes for the monarch wherever she was in residence.
"If you’re British, this is the queue you’ve been training for all your life. The final boss of queues."
The Queen's coffin will lie in state at Westminster Hall until her funeral on Monday.
Mourners have been leaving Paddington-themed items, including soft toys, jars of marmalade, and even sandwiches, but officials are saying they've had enough.
The new King delivered an address about his late mother, his wife, his sons, and his duty as monarch. Here it is in full.
The new King also used his first speech to formally name his son William the Prince of Wales.
From Legoland to Crazy Frog.
The death of the Queen represents the loss of one of the most immediately identifiable symbols of “Britishness” on earth and the end of the second Elizabethan age.
Buckingham Palace said the Queen is being cared for at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. Prime Minister Liz Truss said the whole UK is "deeply concerned."
His democratizing drive made him the toast of diplomatic circles and a cult hero in the West, the Soviet Union’s adversary in the Cold War.
Horrifying Photos And Videos Capture The Utter Devastation Of Pakistan’s “Monster Monsoon” Floods That Have Already Killed Nearly 1,000 People
"Pakistan is living through a serious climate catastrophe, one of the hardest in the decade."
A Trans Activist Who Was On His Honeymoon In Bali Died After Police Detained Him For Alleged Drug Offenses
Rodrigo Ventosilla, an activist from Peru and a graduate student at Harvard Kennedy School, died days after being arrested with his spouse at the airport.
Traveling at US airports will likely remain a challenge in the fall as airlines cut thousands of flights ahead of the holiday season.
Eerie Photos Show How Underwater Artifacts Are Resurfacing In Europe As Water Levels Drop Because Of Drought
Receding water levels in Europe have revealed hidden and ominous treasures.
The WNBA player and two-time Olympic gold medalist made an emotional plea for leniency, saying she had made an "honest mistake."
Prince Harry Won The First Stage Of His Libel Lawsuit Against A UK Tabloid After A Court Ruled That A Story About Him Was Defamatory
“The article does signal clearly to the reader that the actions of the claimant, captured in meaning, are discreditable or worthy of criticism,” London High Court Justice Matthew Nicklin wrote.
Joe Biden said he was "stunned, outraged, and deeply saddened by the news" of Abe's death.
With the hope that a guilty plea might be her best shot at a lenient sentence in what experts fear is a sham trial, the WBNA player admitted to taking hashish oil into Russia by accident.
Them's the breaks!
"Freedom means something completely different to me this year," Griner wrote in her letter, which was delivered to the White House on Monday.
The government’s campaign in Kashgar began with CCTV cameras watching people pray. Now it features tourists taking Instagram selfies.