Activist Tommy Robinson has been ordered to pay £100,000 in damages to a Syrian teenager he publicly accused of attacking “young English girls in his school”.
A German television news reporter was suspended after a video showed the journalist smearing herself with mud in an apparent attempt to look more authentic while reporting on devastating damage caused by flooding.
A Muslim member of the Fairfax County School Board came under attack from a student-led LGBT advocacy group Friday for her alleged refusal to be a “100 percent ally” of the movement due to her faith.
Greece has become the latest European country to be hit with mass protests after the government announced the unvaccinated would be banned from visiting bars, restaurants, cinemas and other public places.
Critics have slammed the “friends” of Black Lives Matter activistSasha Johnson, who was shot in the head by a gang of four black men, after they appeared to care little about her life by refusing to talk to police to help convict the killers.
El Salvador has become the first country in the world to formally adopt bitcoin as legal tender after Congress approved President Nayib Bukele’s proposal to embrace the cryptocurrency.
Rioters chanting “Black Lives Matter” stormed the Oklahoma Capitol on Wednesday, forcing the state House of Representatives into lockdown, in order to protest several Republican-backed bills, including one that provides legal protections to motorists fleeing riots.
Woke Athletes will not be allowed to take a knee or raise a fist on the podium of Tokyo 2020 or the Beijing 2022 Olympics after two-thirds of competitors polled by the IOC said they supported a ban remaining in place.
A prominent black sports journalist barred from Twitter for the ‘crime’ of discussing the $1.4 million house bought by a Black Lives Matter co-founder slammed the company for trying to silence legitimate debate.
The head of New York City’s Black Lives Matter chapter is calling for an independent investigation into the organization’s finances after it was revealed a co-founder snapped up a $1.4 million home in a posh White Los Angeles neighbourhood.
Patrisse Khan-Cullors, the leader of Black Lives Matter and a self-described Marxist, recently purchased a $1.4 million home in an exclusive Los Angeles neighbourhood where the vast majority of residents are white, according to reports.
Chris Whitty, England’s chief medical officer, has conceded that Covid-19 lockdowns can’t go on forever and won’t eliminate the virus anyway – a view that might have helped before Britons endured months of draconian restrictions.
The Vice President of the San Francisco Education Board, Alison Collins, a supporter of the controversial critical race theory, is being asked to resign after the resurfacing of tweets from 2016 about Asian Americans. Collins insists that the tweets were taken out of context.
A Canadian man, involved in a legal battle over his right to object to hormone treatment for his teenage trans child, has reportedly been jailed and denied bail for violating a gag order banning him from discussing the story.
The number of unaccompanied migrant children in US custody is growing by roughly 500 per day, with some 5,000 minors currently housed in “temporary facilities” at the border, many of them well beyond the legal 72-hour limit.
Critical race theory (CRT) is a divisive, discriminatory ideology that judges’ people on the basis of their skin colour. It has penetrated the American society, it’s in federal agencies’ and federal contractors’ “bias training,” in school curricula and many corporations’ “diversity training.”
Conservative commentator Candace Owens tore into “narcissist” Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, following reports that she had made a formal complaint to ITV after comments Piers Morgan made about her mental health.
With Chinese Virus panic sparking worldwide toilet paper shortages, Marvel has rolled out new superheroes to restore faith in humanity: ‘Snowflake’ and ‘Safespace’. Not really the heroes we need, but probably the ones we deserve.
The ripple effects of Meghan Markle and Harry’s Oprah interview are sending shockwaves through the British Royal family, which is usually well accustomed to dealing with scandal and controversy.
In Sunday’s referendum, the Swiss voted in favour of a ban on covering faces in public, with 51.2 percent of people voting in favour, Swiss SRF television reported. The ban effectively means women can no longer wear the burqa in public.
A number of Latin American countries have reportedly experienced extremely aggressive negotiating tactics by US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, which has demanded full immunity from any civil claims and state assets as a guarantee.
The Director Generals of Military Operations (DGsMO) of Indian and Pakistan have announced that they agreed to stop firing across the Kashmir border in an attempt to secure sustainable peace in the region.
More Americans than ever identify themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ) according to a survey of sexuality, with one in six people under 23 saying they are something other than heterosexual.
President Biden is dismissing the genocide against the Uighur population in China, dubbing the mass internment a “different norm” — despite the State Department this month responding to “atrocities” in the camps, following reports of systemic rape and torture.
Israel’s health minister has confirmed the country plans to stop unvaccinated people from working in certain jobs but failed to elaborate on what they might be, adding anyone found forging vaccine certificates will be jailed.
Clashes erupted between protesters and riot police during demonstrations in Catalonia against the arrest of rapper Pablo Hasel, convicted for calling the former Spanish king a thief, with cops in Barcelona firing rubber bullets.
A growing number of ‘woke’ academics are refusing to teach Shakespeare in U.S. schools, arguing that the Bard allegedly promotes racism, white supremacy and intolerance, and instead are pushing for the teaching of ‘modern’ alternatives.
Even before controversies in recent weeks over New York Times management’s handling of free speech issues, according to a New York Post report published Saturday, only 51% of Times employees agreed in a company survey that “there is a free exchange of views in this company; people are not afraid to say what they really think.”
Governor Andrew Cuomo’s top aide privately apologised to Democratic lawmakers for withholding the state’s nursing home death toll from COVID-19, telling them “we froze” out of fear that the true numbers would “be used against us” by federal prosecutors
The US Senate has failed to gather enough votes to convict former President Donald Trump, after a Democrat-led impeachment trial. Trump had been accused of “incitement of insurrection” after the peaceful Capitol Hill Protests.
A hospital in the United Kingdom has issued new guidelines for midwives asking they stop using terms such as “breastfeeding” and “breast milk” to be more inclusive of transgender and non-binary people.
Politicians, prominent intellectuals, and academics in France have voiced concern that ‘out-of-control leftism and cancel culture’ from the United States is threatening French identity.
Apple Inc on Tuesday said supplier Wistron Corp will restart operations at its factory in southern India after violence at the site led to its shutdown late last year, though the Taiwanese company would remain on probation.
Last month’s Protest at Capitol Hill intensified concerns about different views within the United States military. However, the number of current or former members of the armed forces who participated in the Peaceful Protest is unknown.
Tech giant Google on Friday launched a platform in Australia offering news it has paid for, striking its own content deals with publishers in a drive to show legislation proposed by Canberra to enforce payments, a world first, is unnecessary.