Stories from 18 November 2019
The app connects survivors of domestic violence to important resources, including shelters, police, and support groups.
"They know that people will comment on the condition of their vehicle, or the way they drive. . . and they want to block you — they want you to laugh instead."
As riot police stormed another university campus in Hong Kong, protesters set fire to create barricades.
For ethnic Georgians in breakaway Abkhazia, life is a bureaucratic nightmare.
Like Hungarian journalists critical of the government, foreign journalists working in the country are now facing an information blockade.
Of all the Japanese interned for forced labour by the Soviet Union after the end of the war, about 25,000 were taken to Uzbekistan.