Prosecutors are trying to shut down Memorial International, Russia’s most prominent human rights group, as the Kremlin moves to control the historical narrative of the Soviet Union. From: New York Times
A bipartisan group will investigate whether consumer protection laws for children were violated. from: BBC News
from: BBC News The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre says it dealt with a record 777 incidents in the last year.
The document says vulnerable nations must get more help to cope with the deadly impacts of global warming. from: BBC News
Virginia Giuffre claims the duke sexually assaulted her when she was 17 but he denies the allegations.
As a major global climate summit approaches, is the Indian government on track to meet its own commitments? from: BBC News
Paramilitary forces were deployed across much of the country after the worst communal violence in years targeted dozens of Hindu gatherings. From: New York Times
German politicians seek a faster exit from coal power as part of a coalition deal. from: BBC News
from: BBC News With a month to go until the UK hosts a global climate summit, is the government on track to meet its own commitments?
Bills are spiralling in several countries and Spain agrees emergency measures to help consumers. from: BBC News
A make-up artist in hiding explains how much Afghanistan’s beauty industry has meant to women. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Frames worth tens of thousands of pounds have been taken across Scotland by what retailers claim is the same thief.
The conservation group WWF says the UK government must keep its promises on climate change.
from: BBC News Great Britain’s Olympic 800m silver medallist Keely Hodgkinson tells BBC Breakfast’s Sally Nugent she has her sights set on winning gold.
Derrick Lewis has backed up his ‘Knockout King’ tattoo – now he faces Ciryl Gane for a UFC belt in his home city. from: BBC News
A new campaign appears to be spreading falsehoods about the potential for forced inoculations against Covid-19. From: New York Times
Authorities in China are scrambling to control the spread of the virus by ramping up testing and vaccinations. from: BBC News
The authorities are clamping down on universities, which they consider hotbeds for unrest. The groups say they are fighting for survival. From: New York Times
Spurred by victims of Gen. Augusto Pinochet’s regime, the court has reopened an investigation into whether Banco de Chile helped the former Chilean dictator launder money. From: New York Times
A summit in London is raising aid to support 175 million children in the poorest countries. from: BBC News