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Lebanese politicians have broken their promises in the past and have few credible ideas on how to end the country's dire economic crisis.
However much the Sussexes were looking to defeat the media, their new arrangement only feeds the story — and the press that draws sustenance from it.
A new International Olympic Committee policy barring political expression at the Tokyo 2020 games benefits those in power.
In an era in which most readers don't trust the news media, endorsements are more likely to hurt an organisation's journalism than help their readers.
The 92nd Academy Award nods shows Hollywood can't quit its habit of valuing derivative and self-referential works by established white men above all else.
De-emphasising race — as a positive and negative — could be a way to allow a more honest cultural discussion to ensue.
Germany's move to ban controversial 'gay conversion therapy' must be the first step in a Europe-wide move to end the practice and its damaging effects on members of the LGBTQ community.
The fall of the Berlin Wall dramatically and suddenly accelerated the collapse of communism in Europe. Thirty years later, the situation is very different. International cooperation has hit serious roadblocks, and nationalism became the dominant creed.
The wildlife rescue community in Europe is a vital resource that governments depend on when combatting wildlife crime and animal abuse. It is time for a renewed commitment from both member states and the EU to ensure they are recognised as such and given the support they need.
Why the tide of freedom and democracy has started to ebb, and what can be done about it.
A judge has ruled in the favour of the rights to freedom of expression and freedom of assembly after a group of women protesting fascism at an Independence Day march in Poland were beaten - and themselves charged instead of their attackers.
Google announced it reached “quantum supremacy," a technological achievement that has huge repercussions, not only for the company and its role in the world but for all of us individuals who want to maintain a semblance of the right to privacy.
Anti-Semitism in Europe didn't end in 1945. Last week’s attack on a synagogue in the German city of Halle is a painful reminder that across Europe, anti-Semitism is alive and well.
As the Brexit deadline on 31 October looms, there are still many uncertainties about the effects of the UK leaving the EU without a deal. The effects on criminal justice, however, will be immediate and clear.
Everyone has heard the message that meat is unhealthy. But many people aren’t listening, and it’s not even clear they should.
Public opinion has never really been on Meghan's side. But her estrangement from her father has been the source of substantial (and unfair) judgement.
The TV show's most lasting legacy might well be the false portrayal of the real world that it bestowed on millennials watching it as they grew up.
New data from the UK’s police forces shows that hate crimes in British schools and colleges have more than doubled in three years. The time period for the study is not coincidental.
The British government has stated that the people of Northern Ireland remain British citizens even if they identify as Irish, and are using this policy as a way to restrict and remove the EU rights and entitlements of Northern Ireland-born Irish citizens.
“The Testaments” is a gripping read that goes down so easily, people may not realize what a progressive piece they’re devouring.
Russia's leadership is increasingly worried that a faltering economy will lead more people to demand change.
There are thousands of similar victims in America out there watching this case and wondering if they will be heard, believed and protected if they come forward.
Even if the U.S. economy is slowing, that doesn’t mean we're headed back to the dark days of the Great Recession.
In a week when the two candidates for the Tory leadership making their pitch to be the next prime minister said the so-called ‘backstop’ was now dead, business owners across the UK and the wider EU were still left scratching their heads about what exactly will happen October.
The myth of the wealthy playboy who can fix what ails the world has hurt a lot of innocent Americans. And yet still they seek elected office.
The number of people converting to Islam in the UK is growing rapidly, but they often make headlines for all the wrong reasons.