The May 25 death of George Floyd - who had been accused of trying to buy cigarettes with a counterfeit bill - has ignited protests across the United States over systemic racism and police brutality.
At least 600 nurses worldwide are known to have died from the coronavirus pandemic, which has infected an estimated 450,000 healthcare workers, the International Council of Nurses said on Wednesday.
Tens of thousands people gathered in central London to protest the death of George Floyd by chanting "no justice, no peace, no racist police" and "black lives matter."
Curfew and police force didn’t stop thousands of defiant demonstrators from marching through the streets of the US throughout the night, though some of the rampant destruction seen over the past few nights was quelled.
Black lives, whether under the knee of a killer cop or at the mercy of a racist health system, are under attack.
A British fashion app is selling clothes ditched by global fashion brands to help hard-pressed Bangladeshi workers.
Looting should not be condoned, so why are we silent when corporations indulge in it?
The war between Houthi rebels and pro-government forces escalated in 2015 when a Saudi-led military coalition intervened against the rebels who control large parts of Yemen including the capital Sanaa.
"I see those of you who are staying silent, some of you the biggest of stars yet you stay silent in the midst of injustice," wrote the Mercedes driver.
Policing in America is broken. Is it time to rethink the role of the police?
The gratuitous fixation on rioting won't kill the elephant in the room.
Greek officials say housing must be secured for other vulnerable asylum seekers on the islands, many of whom "sleep under trees", giving the excuse to moving more than 11,200 people out of flats, hotels and camps on the mainland.
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