Britain's police said on Sunday that revelers who packed London's Soho district the night pubs finally reopened made it crystal clear that drunk people cannot socially distance.Add your comment!
A British royal historian who said slavery was not genocide has quit his honorary position at Cambridge University and been dropped by his publisher HarperCollins. The comments from Professor David Starkey came during a period of soul searching in Britain over its colonial past.Add your comment!
Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro on Friday watered down a law requiring the wearing of face masks in public places to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The far-right leader used his veto power to remove articles obliging people to wear masks in shops and churches.Add your comment!
Portugal's tourism sector reacted with fury and disbelief at Britain's decision to maintain a quarantine regime for travelers coming from Portugal despite having a higher number of coronavirus cases and deaths.Add your comment!
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday he was still unsure whether he would go to Washington DC next week to celebrate a new North American trade treaty, citing concern about possible US tariffs on aluminum.Add your comment!
Banks owed money by cash-strapped Argentine soy crusher Vicentin are accusing the company of diverting hundreds of millions of dollars and have asked a U.S. court to subpoena records as part of a lawsuit, including wire transfers and bank statements.Add your comment!
Denmark woke up on Friday to the words racist fish scrawled across the base of the Little Mermaid, the bronze statue honoring Hans Christian Andersen's famous fairy tale that perches on a rock in the sea off a pier in Copenhagen.Add your comment!
President Vladimir Putin on Friday mocked the US embassy in Moscow for flying a rainbow flag to celebrate LGBT rights, suggesting it reflected the sexual orientation of its staff.Add your comment!
The UN human rights office voiced concern on Friday that vague and overly broad provisions in the national security law for Hong Kong may lead to arbitrary interpretation and prosecutions of activists in violation of freedoms of assembly and expression.Add your comment!
Germany is making up-skirting, surreptitiously taking photographs or filming under a person's clothing, a criminal offense punishable with fines or up to two years in prison.Add your comment!