“Without fans, it’s not football. Football lives from the fans.”
“If I was one of those parents, I just would be beside myself.”
“I am scared. I am pregnant. Please let me leave," one resident told VICE News.
Cracks are reaching up toward the arctic mining town's center, caused by the continued expansion of excavation.
The lockdowns will eventually lift, but Russians worry the widespread use of this technology is here to stay.
Putin claims Russia has curtailed the spread of the pandemic, but he also called for more tests and medical supplies.
“I can't really remember a time before the news was absolutely inundated with the Brexit stuff.”
Three years later, Brexit is still dominating British politics. We look back at the 2016 referendum.
"He's like a spoiled child who should have had his bum smacked when he was young."
Christian symbols are having something of a comeback in Italy — but not because of a religious awakening.
The fear of being sued may push platforms to “over-block” and throttle content that even vaguely resembles copyrighted material.
Polygraphs are regarded by many academics as pseudoscience, but in Ukraine their use is booming.