Activists say Covid-19 lockdowns created the perfect storm for an increase in online sexual exploitation of children.
The coronavirus pandemic has infected more than 64 million people and cut more than 1.5 million lives short. Here are the developments for December 2:
The coronavirus pandemic has infected more than 63.8 million people and cut more than 1.5 million lives short. Here are the developments for December 1:
Social media platforms have allowed state censorship over their users, says the leading human rights group in its latest research, accusing tech behemoths of colluding with repressive regimes.
More customers turned to the internet as Covid-19 prompted them to stay home and browse online for their holiday shopping needs on Thanksgiving.
Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nadia Murad says the pandemic has increased the risk of exploitation and brutality against those most vulnerable.
A new UN report says in 2021, one in 33 people worldwide will be in need of aid.
The coronavirus pandemic has infected more than 62 million people and cut more than 1.4 million lives short. Here are the developments for November 30:
Even with perfect vaccines that offer permanent immunity, eliminating diseases is still incredibly difficult.
US firm Moderna says it is requesting emergency approval of its virus shots after full results confirmed a high efficacy estimated at 94.1 percent.
Tottenham Hotspur return to the top of the Premier League as they draw 0-0 with Chelsea while Arsenal suffer their fifth defeat in 10 matches.
The novel coronavirus has infected more than 61 million people and killed over 1.4 million. Here are the updates for November 27:
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