Social media users on Weibo—the Chinese equivalent to Twitter—are using creative ways to try and avoid internet censorship as they congratulate Chloé Zhao, director of the Oscar-winning film "Nomadland."
References to the multiple-award-winning film were deleted from Weibo despite a flood of positive comments about the movie and its director, who is the first Asian woman to win Best Director.
The pastor first gained international attention on Easter Sunday after posting a video showing local police telling worshipers to leave the service due to COVID-19 safety violations.
"We're going to be increasing the requests that we're making of our allies in the United Nations," the vice president said during a CNN interview.
Joe Biden on Saturday became the first American president to officially recognize the Ottoman Empire's World War I-era mass killings of Armenians as "genocide."
"We remember the lives of all those who died in the Ottoman-era Armenian genocide," Biden said on the annual Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador will urge the U.S. to fund six-month work visas and eventual paths to citizenship through the tree-planting program aimed toward Central American migrants.
"Words cannot change history or rewrite it," Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said in response to President Biden's statement on Saturday, which formally called the events between 1915 to 1923 a "genocide."
Chinese martial artist Xie Desheng, 28, has set 10 Guinness World Records in two years using a pair of nunchaku.
The submarine likely fell to a depth of 600 to 700 meters, much deeper than the 200 meters at which the vessel would have buckled under the water pressure.
Regional health authorities fined two veterinarians for using a canine immune booster on about 100 humans, even though there's no proof that it protects against coronavirus.
Former President Donald Trump said he "had gotten to know (and like)" North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, but felt South Korean President Moon Jae-in "was weak as a leader and as a negotiator."
China's Foreign Ministry said it's "ready to provide support and help according to India's need, and is in communication" with the country, and the White House said the U.S. "is working closely with Indian officials at both political and experts level to identify ways to help address the crisis."
French anti-terrorism prosecutor Jean-Francois Ricard told reporters Friday that the statements made by the suspected assailant in a Friday stabbing of a police official suggest he staked out the police station in advance.
Arsenal fans protested during the club's Friday match after the attempted Super League fell apart earlier this week.
On Wednesday, a contractor doing a routine project on a family home made a shocking discovery buried in their yard.
"Our approach now should aim more at the 'One people, two countries, two systems, and one market' model," South Korea Unification Minister Lee In-Young said.
Facing criticism from the international community, which argues that ejecting Syrians would put their lives at risk, the Danish government is pointing to initial stipulations made six years ago that Denmark would house Syrians only temporarily.
Poland called Russia's expulsion of five Polish diplomats on Friday "another example of aggressive policies."
The unnamed suspect left a note with the returned items, stating in Hindi: "Sorry, I didn't know it was medicines for corona."
The search for a missing Indonesian submarine grows more dire as navy officials fear the vessel sank too deep to withstand the water pressure.