‘Goblin Mode’ is Oxford University Press’ Word of the Year 2022

‘Goblin Mode’ is Oxford University Press’ Word of the Year 2022

CNN — As you read this, look around you. Are you still in bed? Are there piles of clothes and takeout boxes strewn across the floor? Do you have chip crumbs on your sheets? Have you broken your self-care routine more times than you can count? Don’t you even care? If so, you may already … Read more

King Charles III visits the newly built Guru Nanak Gurdwara in Luton

King Charles III visits the newly built Guru Nanak Gurdwara in Luton

King Charles covers his head with a traditional turban as a gesture of humility and respect during his visit to the newly built Sikh temple in Luton. King Charles III met the Sikh community in Luton while visiting the city. The 74-year-old monarch was photographed in traditional dress at the Guru Nanak Gurdwara. He also … Read more

1,200 Iranian students ‘poisoned’ ahead of mass protests

1,200 Iranian students ‘poisoned’ ahead of mass protests

A group of 1,200 university students in Iran came down with food poisoning the night before holding a wave of anti-regime protests across the country. Students at Kharazmi and Ark universities experienced vomiting, severe body pain and hallucinations, the national student union said on Thursday. At least four other universities have reported similar outbreaks. Uninfected … Read more

South Africa’s Ramaphosa likely to avoid ‘Farmgate’ prosecution after ANC endorses him

South Africa’s Ramaphosa likely to avoid ‘Farmgate’ prosecution after ANC endorses him

Ramafosa today. Photo: Marco Longari/AFP via Getty Images The executive committee of South Africa’s ruling party, the African National Congress (ANC), decided to endorse President Cyril Ramaphosa following emergency meetings on Monday, after an independent panel recommended that he face an impeachment inquiry over the scandal. “Farmgate”. Why it matters: Ramaphosa decided to resign last … Read more

Shireen Abu Akleh: Al Jazeera will submit case to ICC, says network

Shireen Abu Akleh: Al Jazeera will submit case to ICC, says network

Jerusalem CNN — Al Jazeera said on Tuesday it will bring a case to the International Criminal Court (ICC) over the murder of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, who was shot in the head while covering an Israeli raid on Jenin in the occupied West Bank in May. “Al Jazeera’s legal team conducted a full and … Read more

BEIJING BACKS OFF: Chinese citizens ’empowered’ after COVID protests, says Chinese researcher

BEIJING BACKS OFF: Chinese citizens ’empowered’ after COVID protests, says Chinese researcher

Chinese citizens feel empowered after protests against “draconian COVID-19 restrictions” prompted Chinese authorities to ease regulations, a human rights researcher told Fox News. “People are fed up with the restrictions,” said Yaqiu Wang, senior China researcher at Human Rights Watch. “There is so much pent up anger and frustration that there have been massive human … Read more

Violent protests in Greece after police shot a teenager in the head

Violent protests in Greece after police shot a teenager in the head

Violent protests broke out in northern Greece on Monday after police shot and wounded a Roma teenager in a chase. The 16-year-old boy, who is being treated at a hospital in Thessaloniki, was allegedly shot in the head by an officer. The officer has been arrested and suspended from his duties, according to police in … Read more