Major news desks at the paper may lose 90 percent of their workforce during a 24-hour strike by more than 1,000 union journalists and other employees, the NewsGuild union says.
The Home Office reportedly will pass a provision for the first time to send migrants to an ‘African hub’ asylum processing centre.
Investigation determines series of Israeli air strikes that left more than 40 people dead in besieged Gaza’s neighbourhood were conducted “without warning” and “with limited intelligence about what they were attacking”.
The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times both reported that state officials in California and Washington are focusing partly on how Amazon treats independent sellers on its platform.
A controversial op-ed by a Republican Senator highlights a lack of Black journalists in top roles in news organisations.
Other winners include Reuters, The Courier-Journal, The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, ProPublica, The Seattle Times, The New Yorker and The Associated Press.
Blistering report by a pro-government paper criticises British prime minister for missing crisis meetings and going on holiday as the pandemic established a foothold in the UK.
Boris Johnson's Conservative Party could win 359 seats out of 650, up from 317 in the 2017 general election, according to the YouGov results published by the Times of London newspaper.
US President Donald Trump's aggressive approach towards NATO doesn't serve its own long-term interests.
US President Trump blasts The New York Times after it updated a story detailing a previously unreported accusation of sexual misconduct by Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh to say the alleged victim did not recall the incident.
Ethiopian Jews have suffered discrimination by the Israeli state, which has been intelligent enough to divide ethnic groups to ensure there will never be a joint fight against racism.
The call for a 'suicide' of the Palestinian political and cultural ethos is just a call for a perpetual occupation.
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