Elon Musk accuses Australia of censorship after court bans violent video

Tech billionaire Elon Musk has accused Australia of censorship after an Australian judge ruled that his social media platform X must block users worldwide from accessing video of a bishop being stabbed in a Sydney church

Elon Musk accuses Australia of censorship after court bans violent video

Tech billionaire Elon Musk has accused Australia of censorship after an Australian judge ruled that his social media platform X must block users worldwide from accessing video of a bishop being stabbed in a Sydney church

Elon Musk accuses Australia of censorship after court bans violent video

Tech billionaire Elon Musk has accused Australia of censorship after an Australian judge ruled that his social media platform X must block users worldwide from accessing video of a bishop being stabbed in a Sydney church

Trump in the Dock - Jury told of “criminal conspiracy” to pay hush money to porn star | BBC News

Prosecutors at the trial of Donald Trump in New York have told the jury he “orchestrated a criminal scheme to corrupt the 2016 presidential election”.The for...

Venezuela's president meets with accuser in ongoing criminal probe into human rights abuse

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro met with the head of the International Criminal Court as he faces an ongoing investigation by the tribunal into crimes against humanity for his crackdown on anti-government protests

Peruvian psychologist dies by euthanasia after fighting for years in courts for 'death with dignity'

A Peruvian psychologist who suffered from an incurable disease that weakened her muscles and had her confined to her bed for several years, has died after being administered euthanasia by her doctor

Lawsuit alleges negligence in hiring of maintenance man accused of torturing resident

A lawsuit has been filed accusing a property owner and management company of negligent hiring practices after a maintenance worker for a Baltimore apartment building allegedly raped and tortured one of the residents

Trump shook his head in defiance while the jury locked eyes on the prosecutor: An inside court account of how the ex-president listened helplessly as attorneys detailed the salacious and lurid claims against him

The 12 members of the jury and their six alternates sat rapt with attention. For 45 minutes they listened to the lead prosecutor lay out the case against former President Donald Trump .

Pictured: Second man, 32, charged alongside Tory Parliamentary researcher, 29 with spying for China under Official Secrets Act

The second man charged alongside a Tory Parliamentary researcher with spying for China has been pictured. Christopher Berry, 32, is accused of spying between 2021 and 2023.

Satellite photos suggest Iran air defense radar struck in Isfahan during apparent Israeli attack

New satellite photos suggest an apparent Israeli retaliatory strike targeting Iran’s central city of Isfahan hit a radar system for a Russian-made air defense battery, contradicting repeated denials by officials in Tehran of any damage in...

British climate protester won't be charged for sign telling jurors to vote their conscience

A London judge says a climate protester who could have faced up to two years in prison for holding a sign outside a courthouse reminding jurors of their right to acquit defendants should not be charged with contempt of court

A new report says Mexico has abandoned protection of loggerhead sea turtles

A new report finds that the Mexican government has largely abandoned protection and enforcement measures for loggerhead sea turtles

Report urges fixes to online child exploitation CyberTipline before AI makes it worse

A tipline set up 26 years ago to combat online child exploitation is “enormously valuable” but hasn't lived up to its potential

Russia convicts the spokesperson for Facebook owner Meta in a swift trial in absentia

An independent Russian news site has reported that a court in Russia convicted the spokesperson of U.S. technology company Meta, which owns Facebook and Instagram, of justifying terrorism and sentenced him to six years in prison in absentia

Inside the harrowing real-life story behind Under The Bridge: New Hulu series reveals how bullied Reena Virk, 14, was brutally murdered by gang of teens who lured her to a party with promises of friendship

New series Under The Bridge unravels the heart-wrenching tale of Reena Virk who was attacked by eight teenagers at a gathering in Saanich in British Columbia, Canada, in 1997.

Will Three Strikes reduce crime? There’s a reason Christopher Luxon can’t point to evidence. It doesn’t exist

ANALYSIS: No evidence it will reduce crime also doesn't mean it won't or can't.

Russia convicts the spokesperson for Facebook owner Meta in a swift trial in absentia

An independent Russian news site has reported that a court in Russia convicted the spokesperson of U.S. technology company Meta, which owns Facebook and Instagram, of justifying terrorism and sentenced him to six years in prison in absentia

Parliamentary researcher, 29, is charged with spying for China: GP's public school boy son is charged alongside man, 32, for offence under Official Secrets Act after probe by counter terror cops

Christopher Cash, 29 - a Tory parliamentary researcher and China specialist - has been charged for an offence under the Official Secrets Act.

Report urges fixes to online child exploitation CyberTipline before AI makes it worse

A tipline set up 26 years ago to combat online child exploitation is “enormously valuable” but hasn't lived up to its potential

Australian judge bans X from sharing video of bishop being stabbed in Sydney church

An Australian judge has ruled that social media platform X must block every user in the world from accessing video of a bishop being stabbed in a Sydney church, extending the prohibition beyond users in Australia

Parliamentary researcher, 29, is charged with spying for China: GP's son who went to public school is charged alongside another man, 32, for offence under Official Secrets Act after probe by counter terror police

Christopher Cash, 29, and Christopher Berry, 32, have been charged with spying for China, the Crown Prosecution Service announced.