Its campaign is part of a global wave of actions by governments that are testing how far they can go to control online speech.
For years, the leader of Belarus, Aleksandr Lukashenko, has played the West against Vladimir Putin’s Russia. Now, weakened and isolated, he is losing leverage.
The disaster that killed 14 people in Italy on Sunday struck a small lakeside community just as its tourism-dependent economy was starting to revive. Three people have been arrested.
Laurence des Cars, the current head of the Musée d’Orsay, will become the president of the world’s most visited museum in September.
Aided by his famous name, Mr. Shakespeare made headlines last year when he became one of the first in the country to be vaccinated.
Once Boris Johnson’s closest adviser, Dominic Cummings is expected to deliver scorching testimony in Parliament on Wednesday about the government’s handling of the pandemic.
The agents will be tried in absentia in Rome in the death of Giulio Regeni, who had been doing research in Egypt and is now a symbol for human rights in Italy.
Disgusted by the brutality of President Aleksandr G. Lukashenko, Mr. Protasevich bravely embarked at 16 on a life in opposition.
Born in Brazil, developed in the United States and now a pro in France, the 21-year-old forward is proving she belongs alongside the world’s best players.
Damiano David of the Italian rock band Maneskin hunched over a table in a sniffing motion during the show’s finale, fueling speculation of drug use.
The extraordinary forced landing of a commercial flight with a Belarusian dissident aboard escalated into one of the biggest flare-ups in East-West tensions in recent years.
The original video of a baby biting his brother’s finger has drawn nearly 900 million views on the platform since 2007. But now one bidder owns it as a nonfungible token.