In an interview, Nathan Law, one of the leaders of the democracy movement in Hong Kong, discusses the transformation of the special administrative region into a police state. He also talks about his new life in London and his hopes for German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
A Tory politician became the subject of Islamophobia accusations on Wednesday after defending the party’s record against anti-Muslim discrimination. Michael Fabricant, who sits as the MP for Lichfield said that while the Conservatives are not under investigation, the opposition Labour Party had been “found guilty” of antisemitism.
Enraged business owners have taken to the streets of the French capital to denounce the “ridiculous” curfew recently introduced by President Emmanuel Macron in an effort to stop the spread of Covid-19. Carrying flares and chanting “Freedom!” people marched through Paris’ streets on Saturday, denouncing the recent restrictions imposed by the government to combat the…
A new vaccine approach using genetically engineered immune cells from a patient’s body has created a durable and long-lasting defense against HIV infection, generating new hope not just for a vaccine, but also a cure. In experiments on mice, a team at Scripps Research induced broadly neutralizing antibodies, or bnAbs, capable of preventing HIV infection. …
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s condition is apparently improving as he receives treatment in Berlin. But was he really poisoned at the behest of the Kremlin? There is plenty to indicate that he was.
For the first time after his poisoning, Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny discusses his near-death experience, Putin’s alleged responsibility and Merkel’s visit with him in the hospital.
Concern is growing in the European Union that Donald Trump might refuse to recognize the election results if he loses. Preparations are underway for the worst-case scenario.