YouTube has decided to cancel five Myanmar military-run channels on its platform for a violation of its community guidelines and terms of service. The decision came following Facebook’s earlier announcement that it suspended all Myanmar military-linked pages from its site and from Instagram. The move comes after an over-month-long string of deadly protests have been […]
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A new study found that 33 Capitol rioters were involved in militant networks, 82 had connections to similar networks, and 142 went on their own
A new report has found that more than half the people charged in the U.S. Capitol Hill riot that took place on January 6, were not connected to extremist groups or to one another.
Israel passed a law allowing the government to share the identities of people who are not vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. Passing the law, officials asked, “Is privacy more important than life itself?”
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Life could soon go back to normal in England, as more and more people get vaccinated.
US court ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay US$2.1 billion for baby powder, which causes ovarian cancer. The pharmaceutical giant will continue to sell its product outside Canada and the US.
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The Hague court sides with activists, tells Dutch government to IMMEDIATELY lift ‘illegitimate’ curfew
The Dutch government was asked to reverse its COVID-19 curfew after The Hague court ruled that the curfew infringes on people’s rights and has no legal grounds.
Toronto, Peel regions extend lockdown, stay-at-home order until March 8 despite increasingly devastating effects
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