One post on WallStreetBets told users that shares of pot producers Tilray Inc and Aphria Inc have more room to rise.
Statues celebrating 'icons' who helped create a racist system, perpetuate the racist system.
Dramatic images on Sunday of protesters in the port city of Bristol tearing down a statue of 17th century slave trader Edward Colston and throwing it into the harbour inspired campaigners in Oxford to seize the moment.
Kashmiris skip obligatory prayers in mosques but hundreds attend funerals of insurgents.
Congolese women entered the mining sector in the late 90s and ever since they have been fighting discrimination, superstition and outdated customs, while they successfully bring more and more women into the workforce.
While Zimbabweans would want CITES to lift ban on ivory trade, they however cannot trust the thoroughly corrupt ruling elite to manage the possible windfall for the benefit of ordinary citizens and the wildlife.
Wrongly convicted as young men for bombing attacks on Delhi and Rajasthan, three men return home to find they have lost families and livelihoods.
With his sharp and witty political commentary, wheelchair-bound Alexander Gorbunov stirred Russia's public discourse, gaining over a million followers on Twitter in a short time and attracting the attention of the police.
The deal between Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping on the suspension of additional tariffs has heated up Chinese shares and commodities in the opening day of stocks.
Tunisia and Libya are heavily dependent on informal cross-border trade, but recent curbs from the Libyan side triggered weeks of instability and chaos. TRT World visits the border town.
The Saudi-led coalition with American backing continues to blockade Yemen, worsening a humanitarian crises that threatens the lives of millions of people.
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