Three people have been arrested in Japan for “sushi terror”: viral, unsanitary pranks that are endangering the world-famous feature of sushi conveyor belt restaurants. A video of a man licking […]
Month: March 2023
Ukraine conflict: Russian airstrikes target cities nationwide
Russia has fired missiles against locations all around Ukraine, including Zhytomyr in the west, Odesa in the south, and Kharkiv in the north. In Kharkiv and Odesa, there were damages […]
Bao Fan: Why are Chinese billionaires disappearing?
The disappearance of technology industry dealmaker Bao Fan last month has reignited interest in a recent Chinese phenomenon involving vanishing billionaires. The founder of China Renaissance Holdings, whose clients have […]
Individuals will be classified as “foreign agents” in Russia under a new law
Russia can identify independent journalists and bloggers as “foreign agents” after altering a controversial law. The term “foreign agent” is already used to describe some media outlets and NGOs that […]
Hotel phishing scam targets Eurovision 2023 song contest fans
Scammers targeting hotel chains are putting the data of Eurovision fans who have booked rooms for the song contest in Liverpool in May at risk. Booking.com confirmed to BBC News […]
Small boats: A new law has been enacted to prevent illegal Channel crossings.
The home secretary has announced a new law aimed at preventing illegal migrants from entering the UK. Suella Braverman said the Illegal Migration Bill would “stop the boats which are […]
Tickets for Eurovision 2023 shows in Liverpool go on sale today.
Eurovision fans are rushing to get their hands on coveted tickets for this year’s song contest, which went on sale on Tuesday at 12:00 GMT. There is a high demand […]
Tymofiy Shadura is the name given by Ukraine to an unarmed, smoking soldier who was shot by Russians.
A still from a video purportedly showing the Ukrainian prisoner of war before he was killed. After graphic footage of an unarmed Ukrainian prisoner of war surfaced online, Ukraine vowed […]
China debates military spending while warning of escalating threats.
China has stated that it will increase military spending by more than 7% this year, citing “escalating” threats. The announcement was made at the National People’s Congress (NPC), a rubber-stamp […]
Survivors of the Turkey earthquake are living in fear on the streets.
Songul Yucesoy washes her dishes with care, soaping the plates and cutlery before rinsing away the bubbles and laying them out to dry. Except she’s outside, sitting in the shadow […]