The US state's second largest ever wildfire was ignited by a tree hitting electrical distribution lines west of a dam in the Sierra Nevada, state authorities said.
More than 60 non-governmental groups urged the United Nations to ensure war crimes and human rights abuses in Yemen's conflict are documented and investigated to ensure accountability.
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance has apologised on behalf of the law enforcement community for the "decades-long injustice."
The file against Igor Danchenko is a part of an ongoing investigation into the origins of the FBI probe into Russia’s role in Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Some Juventus fans hurled a slew of racist insults against AC Milan goalkeeper Mike Maignan as he was warming up ahead of the match at Juve's Allianz Stadium.
Amazon.com Inc has launched an internal investigation in India after a whistleblower alleged an employee had taken kickbacks.
At least five rockets fired at Kabul airport were intercepted by US missile defence system, a US official says as US Central Command begins probe into whether civilians were killed in an air strike that destroyed a vehicle a day earlier.
The Singapore employment watchdog TAFEP launched an investigation into Ubisoft’s branch in the country after receiving "anonymous feedback containing links to media articles about allegations of workplace harassment and unfair treatment".
Video on social media showed hundreds of people running alongside the huge craft and clambering onto it as it rolled along a runway and what appears to be at least two Afghans plummeting from an airborne C-17 transport.
Palestinian parliamentary candidate Nizar Banat was severely beaten in custody, causing his death, his relatives allege. Banat had accused Palestinian leadership of corruption and had condemned a short-lived Covid-19 vaccine exchange with Israel.
Neymar and Nike parted ways after the Brazil and Paris Saint-Germain forward refused to cooperate with an investigation into sexual assault allegations against him.
Police said the platform, named as "Boystown", had existed since 2019, counted over 400,000 members and was "set up for the worldwide exchange of child pornography".
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