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The World Health Organization (WHO) has confirmed that the first vaccine trial for the Covid-19 virus has begun as the world continues to battle the growing pandemic.
A mother was forced to chase tech giant Microsoft for 11 months after her sons’ Xbox Live account was hacked and the fraudster made off with almost £240 ($310) of FIFA gaming points. Not everyone online was convinced by the tale.
Russia’s four-year sporting ban has demonstrated the extent of the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) ability to decide the fate of entire nations in the world of sport. How did a single bureaucracy gain such absolute power?
Russia’s ban from global sports is a punishment rife with politics, analysts told RT. Worse still, political decisions can punish clean athletes, who will be denied the honor of competing for their country.
US President Donald Trump gave fresh fuel to critics and amused casual observers this week by showing an awkward technique with an umbrella when boarding Air Force One. But he is only one of many to struggle with the device.
Roger Daltrey, the lead singer of legendary British rock band, The Who, has compared the European Union to the “f**cking mafia,” after being asked whether Brexit would be “bad for British rock music.”
The year 2018 was, by all accounts, a whirlwind of geopolitical upheaval, international protests against the status quo, and striking reminders of our shared humanity in spite of it all.
The website of the Russian Embassy in the UK was targeted by hackers. The mission says there are grounds to believe that the attack originated from Britain.
It looks like British PM Theresa May has passed on her dancing craze to other world leaders as French President Emmanuel Macron and Canadian PM Justin Trudeau were spotted showing off their moves at a dinner party in Armenia.