Monuments to controversial colonial figures around the world have become the focus of renewed scrutiny after anti-racism protesters in the UK tore down a statue… Read More »How statues of controversial colonial figures became targets across the world
America’s top military officer has apologised for joining Donald Trump during his controversial photo opportunity at a church near the White House. The event took… Read More »‘It was a mistake’: Top US general regrets joining Trump church photo op
One of the four white former Minneapolis police officers who were charged over the death of George Floyd, a black man whose death has triggered… Read More »One of four officers charged over George Floyd death released on bail
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US reality TV show Cops has been dropped from its network and Gone With The Wind has also been temporarily removed by a streaming service… Read More »Gone With The Wind and US show Cops pulled as anti-racism protests continue
The US has accused the Chinese Communist Party of “coercive bullying tactics” towards the UK as the British government reassesses its decision to allow Huawei… Read More »America accuses China of attempting to bully the UK on Huawei role
Having completed its first human launch, SpaceX’s founder and chief executive Elon Musk says the company is now focusing on developing its next-generation spacecraft Starship.… Read More »Elon Musk makes getting humans to Mars his top priority – here’s how he wants to do it