(Lorenz Huber)
(Lorenz Huber)
Some 60 prisonlike facilities have been built, even as Beijing claims Uighurs have “graduated” from reeducation camps.

Trudeau pledges to create 1 million jobs, make ‘significant’ investment in child care in throne speech

The speech comes amid a resurgence of coronavirus cases in much of the country.

Belarusian-style revolution means cleaning up after protests and stopping for red lights

Demonstrators seeking President Alexander Lukashenko’s ouster even take their shoes off to stand on public benches. Does politeness help or hinder their cause?
“That would be a violation of the Treaty of Vienna,” one lawmaker said.
Europe is five years removed from its migration crisis, but the issue is still politically divisive.
So far, rescuers have been able to free around 50 pilot whales from beaches sandbars in the west of Tasmania
Doctors believe a full recovery from his Novichok poisoning is possible.
In the spring, six photographers started documenting the lives of children affected by school closures in a project for Quinto Elemento Lab, an independent journalism organization in Mexico City.
In markedly different styles, the two world leaders traded barbs on the first day of the virtual gathering at the U.N. General Assembly.
The British prime minister said office workers should work from home if they can, a reversal of previous guidance.
The voluntary canine tests will deliver results within 10 seconds.
Members of the Iran-backed group cordoned off the site as smoke billowed from a destroyed structure.
Real estate mogul Ren Zhiqiang was sentenced on graft charges, months after he wrote an essay slamming leader Xi Jinping’s response to the pandemic.
Critics say his proposed referendum on prosecuting five ex-presidents is a farce aimed at distracting attention from the country’s woes.
A year after long-ruling President Evo Morales was forced to leave the country, his political party is in pole position to reclaim power.
The number of coronavirus cases is doubling roughly every seven days, and new restrictions are expected.
Covax aims to gets some doses to every participating country — but not everyone thinks that makes the most sense.
A great irony in President Trump’s invocation of "patriotic education" is that it apes the language and decades-long policies of the Communist regime in Beijing.
“Our actions collectively have managed to get the virus under control,” Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said Monday.
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