Two Uzbek comedians who perform on stage as women have filed a libel lawsuit against prominent singer Yulduz Usmonova after she called them 'gays' in a video statement on YouTube.
Uzbek Parodists Sue Celebrity Singer For Calling Them 'Gays'.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has accused the United States of duplicity in the wake of the death of an unarmed African-America in police custody in Minnesota.
Sweden has stood out among European nations and the world for the way it has handled the pandemic, not shutting down the country or the economy like others but relying on citizens’ sense of civic duty.
Dozens of restaurant owners and their employees have rallied in front of the city administration office in the Kazakh capital, Nur-Sultan, demanding that all coronavirus restrictions imposed on the hospitality sector be lifted.
Kosovo's parliament has approved a new government with Avdullah Hoti as prime minister. Votes in favor were 61, 24 against and 1 abstention.
Police in Moscow detained at least 20 demonstrators on June 2 as they rallied in front of the Moscow City Police headquarters to protest against police violence.