Some of that involves secure messaging services like WhatsApp, Signal and Telegram, which can encrypt messages to thwart spies. Those apps, along with others for listening to police scanners and recording video, are enjoying an uptick in popularity.
Man critically injured after incident at march against racism in New York state
Taking a knee, banging drums and ignoring social distancing measures, outraged protesters from Sydney to London on Saturday kicked off a weekend of global rallies against racism and police brutality.
While many of the U.S. events have been peaceful, some have turned violent, with scenes of arson, looting and clashes with police.
These pledges will be directed towards diagnostics, vaccines, therapeutics, and research and development for the benefit of all.
Afghanistan’s Foreign Ministry says that authorities in Iran’s Yazd Province have accepted that their police forces shot a vehicle carrying Afghan migrants earlier this week, killing three people.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., called Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, to express her concerns on Tuesday, according to two people who were not authorized to publicly discuss the private conversations and were granted anonymity.
Both officers pleaded not guilty to second-degree assault. They were released without bail.
President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi told a news conference in Cairo that his initiative includes a cease-fire starting Monday and is meant to pave the way for elections in oil-rich Libya.
Over 20 people from among journalists, bloggers, employees of Ukrainian and foreign media suffered serious violations of their rights.
Owing to the coronavirus crisis, many countries across the world are under lockdown. A new study has revealed that a cautious approach to easing lockdown restrictions that reduces the risk of later...
It is delusional to think that a public rebuking from Justin Trudeau would convince Trump that he needs to change course, Rob Breakenridge says.
Hundreds of people attended an outdoor book fair in Moscow’s Red Square on June 6, though some publishing houses decided to stay away, citing health risks amid the coronavirus pandemic.
After another mostly peaceful night, more demonstrations over the death of George Floyd in New York City were planned for Saturday.
The essence of war remembrance is to make sure the fallen are never forgotten. All it takes is a wreath, a tiny wooden cross, a little token on a faraway grave to show that people still care about their fallen hero, parent or grandparent. This yea...
British-Iranian woman seeking release after first furlough from jail in Iran since 2016
Four soldiers were killed and five others were injured after a helicopter crashed during a training exercise on Indonesia's Java island on Saturday, an army official said.
Ukraine's Embassy in U.S. gradually restoring reception of visitors on consular issues from June 9 - diplomatic mission
The Ukrainian Embassy in the United States is gradually restoring the reception of citizens, it will be carried out exclusively by appointment, the Ukrainian diplomatic mission said.
Twelve people recovered from the disease in the past 24 hours.
Anti-racism demonstrators are expected to gather at multiple sites across Canada on Saturday to protest the death of George Floyd and systemic police violence against Black people.
Police and security force officers killed in roadside bomb and gun battle
Ukreximbank's Supervisory Board open to crisis calls from customers, encourages them to official, transparent communication.
The Supervisory Board of the State Export Import Bank (Ukreximbank, Kyiv) welcomes open communication by the Bank's clients and is ready to attend to any matters brought to the attention of the Supervisory Board through the Bank's official communi...
Black Lives Matter protests across Australia on Saturday proceeded peacefully as thousands of people in state capitals honoured the memory of George Floyd and voiced their anger at the deaths of indigenous Australians in custody.
The outraged Americans flooding the national capital this weekend will be greeted by two oversized, street-level reactions to the country's latest historic flashpoint -- a study in political contrasts built by separate work crews.
On June 6, the number of confirmed cases grew to 26,514 in the past 24 hours.