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"We are an innocent island in a lake in Laguna and we have nothing to do with Titans."
Since the war, press work has been thrown into disarray by new and often vague regulations. Now, new draft bills could make reporting in Armenia even more difficult.
"Why is the government not interested in providing lasting, sustainable and impactful solutions to the problems people with disabilities face in Azerbaijan?"
Xia said the power to govern the semi-autonomous region must "lie in the hands of patriots."
Though spoken by over 10 million people, the Uyghur language is struggling to adapt to modern life and overcome heavy censorship and language elimination in China
"You know Facebook... Our little thumb has the ultimate power... It’s pretty easy to just #DeleteFacebook."
The demonstration was given impetus by the brutal murder of a 32-year-old woman.
While some social media users felt the photo was disrespectful and tone deaf, others thought the controversy was much ado about nothing.
While Graphika's research findings are insufficient to suggest that Huawei was behind the operation, its employees were key amplifiers of the comments produced by the fake clusters.
Flights carrying ‘seafood’ between China and Myanmar fuel speculation about Beijing's support for the military coup
There's also speculation that the recurring power outages in Myanmar in the past few days are related to the testing and setup of Myanmar's version of The Great Firewall.
Some 'fans' are using a Facebook Group to share information, respond to queries, and give suggestions for how to improve the service of the Bangladesh Railway.
'Editing a Google Doc in support of farmers is an act of sedition in this country now,' a writer said.
'It can be expected that the true aim of the bill is to repress freedom of expression online and ban social networks.'
Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne has dismissed claims by China that Australia is trying to interfere in their judicial system.
Though chances of their survival are slim, the families of three missing mountaineers have been hoping for a miracle.
New education guidelines circulated on February 5 require teachers of all levels to teach the criminal offences outlined in Hong Kong's national security law.
'During his short lifetime, and even shorter career, Ryota Koshika became one of the most prominent classic sculptors working in marble from Japan.'
Support for Mori by men in prominent leadership positions suggests that anti-women attitudes are in fact quite normal in the country.
Parents insist on proficiency in Nepali or English in school to ensure good job prospects for their children; at least 24 indigenous languages in Nepal have become ‘endangered.’
"Western policy-makers even turn a blind eye to the fact that Navalny’s foreign and security policies run directly counter to Western objectives. Maybe they think it’s worth the gamble."