A prominent human rights lawyer went on trial in China this week for social media posts that criticized the ruling Communist party. The lawyer faces up to eight years in prison for his comments on China’s equivalent of Twitter. Seth Doane found out how…
“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.View Entire Post ›
Britain’s former prime minister David Cameron, under fire for having sought government help for a finance firm he represented, acknowledged on Sunday (Apr 11) that he should have gone through formal channels.
Two US and Israeli intelligence officials said there had been an Israeli role in a large explosion that destroyed the site’s internal power system.
President Patrice Talon is expected to win a second term in office as group of opposition parties called for a boycott.
Denmark says security in Syria has improved enough for some refugees to go back. “The words ‘to send us back to Syria’ means to destroy our lives,” says a Syrian whose residence permit was revoked.
Canada could surpass the COVID-19 infection rate of the U.S. for the first time since the start of the pandemic, due to a rise in cases involving variants while vaccine supplies remain limited.
After six years on the religion and belief beat — and four decades reporting for NPR — Tom Gjelten is retiring. He discusses how covering religion in America has changed in recent years.
Chief Karen Fry said they are seeing presymptomatic or asymptomatic staff unknowingly bringing the virus into Vancouver fire halls after being exposed in the community.
Two years after a devastating blaze ripped through Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, specialists are examining the cathedral’s famous centuries-old stained-glass windows ahead of their restoration.