James Bennet, the New York Times editorial page editor responsible for publishing a column that advocated using the military to quiet protests over U.S. racial inequality, resigned on Sunday, the newspaper announced.
Canadian aboriginal groups on Saturday (June 6) called for an independent probe into the death of an indigenous woman who was shot by a police officer called in for a wellness check.
Chile revised its death toll linked to the novel coronavirus outbreak sharply higher on Sunday, adding fatalities from databases that previously had not been included.
La Liga will use virtual images of stands in television broadcasts with added 'fan audio', produced by the makers of the FIFA video game when it returns to action on Thursday
FIFA president Gianni Infantino called for discussions over proposals to introduce salary and transfer fee caps to football in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. World football's governing body intends to finalize plans in the coming weeks for a financial relief package following the economic damage caused to the sport by the global health crisis.
Japan will not join the United States, Britain and others in issuing a statement scolding China for imposing a new security law, Kyodo news agency reported on Sunday, citing officials from countries involved
Colin Powell, who served as the United States' top military officer and top diplomat under Republican presidents, said on Sunday he will vote for Democrat Joe Biden, accusing Donald Trump of drifting from the US Constitution and Republicans of failing to hold him accountable.
A New Zealand fishing boat has set off on what is quite possibly the longest and most expensive ride. It's gone to pick up 15 New Zealanders who've been fishing for toothfish halfway around the world off South Georgia.
Brazil removed from public view months of data on its coronavirus epidemic on Saturday, as President Jair Bolsonaro defended delays and changes to official record-keeping of the world's second-largest Covid19 outbreak.
Hundreds of Brazilians marched on Friday over the death of a black boy whose mother, a maid, had entrusted him to her white employer, in an echo of the protests sweeping across the US.