President Nayib Bukele bills himself as a young reformer, but a crackdown on voices outside the government’s control is fueling claims of growing authoritarianism. From: New York Times
Lewis Hamilton says Formula 1 is “duty-bound” to raise awareness of human rights issues in Qatar at the country’s maiden grand prix. from: BBC News
The halter minidress was worn by the singer on stage in June 2011, a month before her death. from: BBC News
The furniture giant will pass rising costs onto franchisees, which may be passed on to consumers.
Mexico City – After the intentions expressed by some local legislators to propose a reform of the Civil Code of the State of Mexico to redefine the natural marriage between a man and a woman, the Mexican Bishops address themselves to “all the Catholic people, to all those who share our faith in the Lord… Leggi tutto »
The deal comes as the cash-strapped firm faces another interest payment deadline on Wednesday. from: BBC News
The directives for journalists include rules against publishing topics in conflict with Islam or insulting to national personalities. From: New York Times
The airline says a recent takeover approach undervalued the business and announces plans to raise £1.2bn.
The supermarket chain and its rivals have seen gaps on shelves due to the lorry driver shortage.
A spokesman for the group tells the BBC it plans to support Muslims in Indian-administered Kashmir. from: BBC News
But the Biden administration is close to finishing a new playbook for counterterrorism strikes outside conventional war zones. From: New York Times
A Palestinian photographer wants to help children by selling an image from May’s conflict. from: BBC News
Because of a small sample size and other factors, a large range of uncertainties flank the new findings. The vaccine’s strength against severe disease remains high. From: New York Times
Frequent screening of healthy, vaccinated people will pick up even the mildest infections. How much testing is too much?
The crowdfunding site has become synonymous with online giving to help in disasters and smaller crises. Some fear it could hurt traditional charities. From: New York Times