Manchester City’s Benjamin Mendy charged with two additional counts of…

Manchester City’s Benjamin Mendy charged with two additional counts of…

Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy has been charged with two additional counts of rape, the Crown Prosecution Service has said. In a statement the CPS said it has authorised Cheshire police to ch...

An African violin? New study tests which native woods could make o…

An African violin? New study tests which native woods could make o…

To listen to The World’s story on the subject, click the audio player below. Tonewoods are wood species that possess certain desirable similarities that make them appropriate for making musical instru...

Record 1,185 people reach UK in one day after risking death crossing C…

Record 1,185 people reach UK in one day after risking death crossing C…

A record 1,185 people reached the UK on Thursday after risking death on board small boats in the English Channel, a new record for a single day. Lifeboat crews, Border Force and French authorities spe...

US intelligence secretly plan to aim Ukraine troops to fight guerril…

US intelligence secretly plan to aim Ukraine troops to fight guerril…

Senior officers are planning to help Ukraine forces attack advancing Moscow soldiers in rearguard assaults, mounted if they improvement across the front line The frontline trenches around the Ukriania...

See how JK Rowling will be featured in Harry Potter Reunion HBO Max sp…

See how JK Rowling will be featured in Harry Potter Reunion HBO Max sp…

The retrospective special which is produced by Warner Bros will bring together Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson with other Harry Potter alumni. The magical tribute will include some of t...

Uganda’s schools reopen, ending world’s longest lockdown

Uganda’s schools reopen, ending world’s longest lockdown

Uganda’s schools reopened to students on Monday, ending the world’s longest school disruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The reopening caused traffic congestion in some areas of the capital, Kampal...

No money for thieves | New Europe

No money for thieves | New Europe

For the governments of Hungary and Poland, it was a slap in the confront. On February 16, the European Court of Justice rejected the complaints of the two countries against the new “conditionality mec...

PLOT TWIST: Jonny Depp ex Kate Moss to TESTIFY in defamation trial

PLOT TWIST: Jonny Depp ex Kate Moss to TESTIFY in defamation trial

SUPERMODEL Kate Moss is due to give evidence in Johnny Depp’s defamation case against his former partner Amber Heard. The British supermodel, who dated Mr Depp in the 1990s, is expected to appear in c...

Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and the European security order

Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and the European security order

Late last year, on the eve of the 30th anniversary of the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Russia massed troops on its border with Ukraine and issued draft agreements with the U.S. and North Atlantic ...

An International Treaty on Pandemic Prevention? — Global Issues

An International Treaty on Pandemic Prevention? — Global Issues

Opinion by Simone Galimberti (kathmandu, nepal) Thursday, February 10, 2022 Inter Press Service KATHMANDU, Nepal, Feb 10 (IPS) – The global consensus about an international treaty on pandemic preventi...

Taliban order Afghan shop owners to decapitate mannequins

Taliban order Afghan shop owners to decapitate mannequins

Issued on: 05/01/2022 – 22:03alternation: 05/01/2022 – 22:05 The Taliban have ordered shop owners in western Afghanistan to cut the heads off mannequins, insisting figures representing the human form ...

Decades After Guatemala’s Silent Holocaust, These native Women Are…

Decades After Guatemala’s Silent Holocaust, These native Women Are…

For four decades, Pedrina López de Paz lived in shame, traumatized by the rape she endured as a 12-year-old at the hands of local militia, impoverished, bullied, and stigmatized. But as the 52-year-ol...

Search

Top