Many who protested against President Alexander Lukashenko's reelection to a sixth term in August 2020 have been made to wear the yellow tags.
Police filed a case against a couple that heads a Protestant church mission in Vietnam for "spreading dangerous infectious diseases," saying there were poor health protocols at their gatherings.
With 14 women killed so far in 2020, Austria is one of the few European Union countries where more women than men were killed.
Each year, tens of thousands of people flock to Hong Kong's Victoria Park to pay tribute to those killed when China's military drove tanks through student-led pro-democracy protests on June 4, 1989.
The 47-year-old man told the authorities in Paris that his mother had died of cancer at home in 2014.
The footage was captured by two local youths who spotted the woman at night on a highway in eastern India.
Greene said she is "so proud" to co-sponsor the Old Glory Only Act, which seeks to prohibit any flag other than the U.S. flag from flying over American diplomatic and consular establishments.
The webs are thought to have been formed by small ermine moth caterpillars, and are said to be harmless to plants in the long term.
"We oppose politicization of the current situation and presume that the WHO should play a central role in identifying causes of the pandemic," the Russian embassy in Washington told Newsweek.
The man remains at the Bellvitge University Hospital in Barcelona, recovering from emergency treatment on his wound.
Exercise Agile Dagger 2021 kicked off on Thursday with deployments from Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
The former secretary of state said officials "didn't want the world to know" about a Chinese cover-up.
The Chinese Communist Party has cracked down on events commemorating the 1989 massacre. The party also says that only 200 citizens died in the event—a British source says the number is closer to 10,000.
Tom Bossert said Trump gave Russia "latitude to act and regroup" when he didn't hold the country accountable following cyberattacks.
The young birds were found dead on the morning of May 29. Police are investigating their deaths as well as those of two Canada geese four weeks before.
Sri Lankan officials prepare for an oil spill after the cargo ship that caught fire on May 20, X-Press Pearl, sinks deeper into the Indian Ocean. The fishing industry is still halted as non-biodegradable plastic pellets continue to wash ashore.
A man made a heartbreaking discovery when he saw his wife "marry" another man while she claimed to be with her family.
A Hong Kong pro-democracy site was removed by the web hosting company after authorities threatened prosecution.
The World Health Organization's top vaccines expert said children don't need a COVID vaccine, and they should be used for adults instead.
President Joe Biden has signed an executive order to extend a ban on United States investments with certain Chinese companies that was first instituted by his predecessor, Donald Trump.
Britain removed Portugal from the list of COVID-safe travel destinations, so the thousands of U.K. residents currently on vacation will have to enter a 10-day quarantine on return.
Despite scanning her boarding pass at the gate, airline staff failed to notice the 25-year-old was embarking on the wrong flight.