US judge orders Facebook to publish records of anti-Rohingya accounts | Genocide News

According to the Wall Street Journal, a judge in the United States has ordered Facebook to publish records of now closed accounts related to the anti-Rohingya violence in Myanmar. The…

Amid record-breaking new crown pneumonia cases, Melbourne prepares for more protests | Coronavirus pandemic news

After being identified as a potential target for an Australian city, the vaccination center was told to be on high alert or ordered to close temporarily. As Victoria’s COVID-19 cases…

Enticed by the promise of high returns, thousands of people provide cash to Evergrande | Bankruptcy News

Enticed by the promise of a yield close to 12%, gifts such as Dyson air purifiers, Gucci bags, and guarantees from China’s best-selling developers, tens of thousands of investors have…

China Evergrande said it would pay on time for bankruptcy news

The main department of China Evergrande Group has stated that it will pay the coupons on domestic bonds on time, which provides some relief to the nervous market due to…

Duterte condemns interference in the “war on drugs” and calls on the UN to reform drug news

The President of the Philippines has urged reforms in international institutions, calling them “a product of a bygone era,” while seemingly dismissive of the investigation by the International Criminal Court.…

Is it time to rethink Bali’s Monkey Forest? | Coronavirus pandemic news

The Ubud Monkey Forest in Bali was built in the 14th century and is older than Indonesia. This 10-hectare (25-acre) site is home to three temples, dense forests, and hundreds…

“Game changer”: China stops funding overseas coal projects | Climate Change News

Chinese President Xi Jinping said that China will no longer fund the construction of new overseas coal-fired power generation projects, and for the second year in a row at the…

Is the Evergrande crash a moment for China’s Lehman Brothers? | Business and Economic News

After Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy on September 15, 2008, photos of hundreds of employees walking out of the New York City headquarters with boxes in their hands became one of…

“Internet Freedom” report paints a grim picture of Internet rights | Civil Rights News

Myanmar and Belarus proved particularly low points in the report prepared by Freedom House, as global online rights declined for the 11th consecutive year in 2021. According to a report,…

The EU supports France because the Australian submarine deal puts pressure on the alliance | CNE News

As Canberra signed a trilateral Asia-Pacific security agreement with the United States and the United Kingdom, the multi-billion-dollar submarine deal with Australia was disrupted, and EU leaders supported France. The…

Anti-vaccine violence prompts construction site suspension in Melbourne | Coronavirus pandemic news

Victoria Police said several people have been arrested after hundreds of people protested to be vaccinated by Friday. After the anti-vaccine protests in Melbourne turned into violent incidents and the…

Evergrande’s turmoil puts stocks that have little to no ties to China in trouble | Wall Street Journal Business and Economic News

A Chinese owner blew himself up, and the stock prices of American social media and auction companies quickly plummeted. The chain reaction may explain the extreme height of global risk…

Snacks, prisoner books trigger arrests under Hong Kong Security Law | Wall Street Journal Political News

Three members of the pro-democracy student group were accused of “subverting” the prisoner support plan. The Hong Kong police arrested three student activists on charges of “subverting” Hong Kong’s national…

Cricket: After New Zealand snubbed, Pakistan fears becoming a penalty zone again | Cricket News

After spending nearly 10 years trying to re-attract international cricket elites, Pakistan is facing the prospect of being declared a cricket penalty zone again, and its anger is beyond words.…

With the deepening of the Orcus dispute, the French defense minister “postpones” the UK talks | Military News

As Paris continued to vent its anger at the new security agreement, Florence Palley withdrew from the meeting with his British counterparts. France withdraws from defense negotiations with Britain Diplomatic…