Based on inaccurate and overtly biased content from the web, an experimental robot favours men over women, suggests Black people are criminals and appoints stereotypical occupations to women and Latino men.
The extrajudicial use of bulldozers on the homes of Indian Muslims sends a clear message about who the law will and will not protect from the encroachment of the state.
Mosques continue to be targeted by neo-Nazis or left-wing extremists, but attacks are not properly investigated by German authorities, according to a new report.
Council of Europe's rights body calls on the Danish authorities to introduce a national action plan against racism, with a particular emphasis on preventing anti-Muslim racism and discrimination.
Minorities in Germany have long complained of discrimination and open racism, but the recently leaked social media messages from a far-right political party paint a terrifying picture.
"This was not a riot, it was a massacre," says US President Biden as he marks the 101st anniversary of the mass killings of some 300 Black people by white mobs in Tulsa city of Oklahoma state.
"Four hundred years of discrimination has resulted in an enormous and persistent wealth gap between Black and white Americans," says 500-page report detailing US state’s role in perpetuating discrimination against African Americans.
Jury indicts 18-year-old Payton Gendron on charges he shot dead 10 Black residents in Buffalo city of New York state with a semi-automatic, assault-style rifle.
Approved bill would have authorised federal agencies to monitor and report jointly on domestic terrorism within the US, including incidents related to white supremacy.
Two years since George Floyd's murder, do Black Americans see an equatable future? We spoke to Floyd’s cousin Paris Stevens about the racial justice movement and where the pledges for change stand today.
Order would require federal law enforcement to review and revise policies on use of force, and it would restrict flow of surplus military equipment to local police, AP news agency reports.
‘Clothes maketh the man,’ says the English adage, but it is women’s garb that continues to obsess French politicians — and not for any sartorial reasons.
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