19-year-old Hallel Rabin refused to join the Israeli Army to protest against its treatment of Palestinians. She has been sentenced to jail for the third time.
Why Armenians and Azerbaijanis are clashing over Nagorno-Karabakh? It’s one of the most lingering conflicts from the breakup of the Soviet Union, that has recently re-erupted.
The festival will screen 65 films, including 11 world premieres, and feature multiple workshops and panels.
Thailand’s largest opposition party has called for Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha to resign at the start of a special parliamentary debate on ongoing widespread protests.
More than one hundred police have stormed the Mevlana Mosque in Berlin. German officials say it was part of a financial investigation, and have seized money, computers and files.
Protests are planned in London against the UK government’s refusal to pass laws to stop cheap imported meat and other animal products in new trade deals after Brexit.
France’s Interior Minister weighed in on ethnic foods in French shops, and his comments didn’t go down well!
Sudan has pledged to normalize relations with Israel, making it the third Arab country to establish ties with the Jewish state under US-brokered deals this year.
It’s the most abundant element on Earth: hydrogen. Could it help us fly commercial airplanes with zero emissions by 2035?
Melinda Nucifora is on the outskirts of Tartar, in Azerbaijan, and she tells us what life is like just off the frontline.
The Bezymianny volcano in Russia’s far eastern Kamchatka region has erupted and sent a column of ash high into the sky.
The sudden explosion in distance learning because of COVID-19 has been positive in some areas and challenging in others – but how will it be incorporated in education going forward?
With the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict nearing one month, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is hoping to broker a deal between Azerbaijan and Armenia, amid growing fears Turkey and Russia will be drawn into the conflict.
An anti-lockdown protest in Dublin descended into chaos as 11 people were arrested and an investigation was launched into the organizers of the event.
The dancing fountain is not just for entertainment. It’s also environmentally friendly, using seawater so there’s no filtration system.
Tensions are high in Guinea following Sunday’s general election. Official results are not out yet but the opposition candidate has declared himself the winner.
Drone technology gives a military advantage over a battlefield. Turkey is fast becoming a market leader with its domestically made and exported weapon of war.
Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific has announced a major restructuring plan as it struggles to deal with travel restrictions and a big drop in demand caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Google has been hit by a lawsuit which alleges that the internet giant engaged in anticompetitive behavior, giving its search engine an unfair advantage over rival services.
Like Europe, Russia too is logging record caseloads of COVID-19 – more than 16,000 this Tuesday alone.
Some supermarkets in Saudi Arabia are joining a voluntary boycott of Turkish products due to political tensions between the two countries, but not all customers are happy about it.
It is known that Poland will not abandon coal completely. It is also known that renewable energy is not able to meet the needs of the Polish economy.
A NASA spacecraft has briefly landed on an asteroid called Bennu over 320 million kilometers from earth.
European countries that were thought to have the coronavirus under control are once again seeing a surge in infections.
Yoyu uses weather forecasts to calculate when the amount of solar or wind power in the total energy mix is at its highest.
Dozens of US Democratic politicians are calling on Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to release jailed journalists and critics of his regime.
British TV personality, Piers Morgan, applauded a decision to ban trans women from taking part in international women’s rugby.