Timothy Berners-Lee, the British computer scientist known as the inventor of the World Wide Web, worries that Australian plans to make digital giants pay for journalism could set a precedent that renders the Internet as we know it unworkable.
The announcement regarding Tehran’s nuclear program offers the first clues on how President Joe Biden will address one of the thorniest foreign policy problems he faces.
The mysterious “Putin’s Palace” that featured in a viral video by Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny appeared to be full of luxuries gifted to President Vladimir Putin by wealthy friends. But then Russian TV broadcast a completely different report.
The assessment of the U.S. approach to Beijing comes as the Biden administration seeks to distance itself from the policies of President Donald Trump.
Foreign ministers and senior officials from several Persian Gulf countries are meeting in Athens, as Greece seeks to expand alliances to counter tension with regional rival Turkey.
EDMONTON — Alberta, home to the world’s largest protected area of boreal landscape, is moving to expand and turn it into a provincial park.
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has slammed six months of demonstrations against him as a foreign-directed “rebellion,” and he announced plans for constitutional reforms, which the opposition has rejected as window dressing.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has ruled out a federal system to reunify Cyprus, insisting that a two-state accord is the only solution for the ethnically-split island.
China has banned BBC World News from airing in China, a week after threatening to retaliate for the revocation of the British broadcasting license for China’s state-owned CGTN.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has ordered tougher legal steps to support his development plans and eradicate various economy-related unlawful acts.