As millions of people around the world celebrate the festival of Eid, one British Muslim reflects on growing up in a country where her religion was on the peripheries of society.
US President Joe Biden called Russian President Vladimir Putin a "war criminal" over his actions in Ukraine but the White House later clarified that there is a process for such a formal determination.
A British-Nigerian medical student shares her ordeal of navigating dangerous routes in a bid to leave the country devastated by war.
The Russian president’s biggest mistake is imagining he can control two nations at once.
Bulgarians welcome the month of March by wearing a bracelet of red and white yarn, which symbolises health, happiness, purity and blood.
Putin believes he can control the narrative of the Ukraine assault and cast its participants in any role he sees fit, but colonialism has become much harder in a world where its victims can broadcast their oppression.
Information Age communication networks were supposed to help bring understanding between the West and Russia after the end of the Cold War. Unfortunately, it seems to have driven them apart for now.
The maverick former president is back. And yes, we're gonna need a bigger boat.
The tennis superstar's attitude toward the pandemic carries some traces of a mentality that many in the Balkans are trying to defeat.
Jack Dorsey believes it will, but it's a conclusion that is out of step with reality.
Web3’s goal of a decentralized, democratic internet is a noble one but since governments world over are deploying curbs on the Internet, it may prove to be an arduous task.
How profit-making and nostalgia increase the value of comic books, attracting people to invest big bucks in purchasing them.
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