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An Irish Rail worker claims his duties have been “hacked down to nothing” after becoming a whistleblower at his company.
A member of the British royal household has quit after charity boss Ngozi Fulani said she was asked “where do your people come from” at a Buckingham Palace event.
The two names will be used simultaneously for a year until monkeypox is fully phased out.
Twitter launched its @TwitterEarth handle days before the UN’s climate crisis conference, but the account has been silent since.
Crypto, blockchains and NFTs were all born out of male-dominated legacy industries like tech and finance. But women are leading the way to make Web3 more inclusive.
Dozens of anti-abortion counselling centres are appearing in searches for abortion providers across Europe, analysis by VICE World News and Shake the Dust has found.
Rights groups have condemned the sentences handed to Mubarak Muhammad and Nazifi Muhammad for a TikTok skit about Kano governor Abdullahi Ganduje.
“What is worth more, art, or life?” a protester said after throwing soup over the painting in London's National Gallery and glueing themselves to the wall.
Groups are hiring new staff and amping up efforts on social media to try and reach a new generation online.
Following in the footsteps of cheating scandals hitting the worlds of chess and poker, Irish dancing faces claims of score fixing.
More than 100 men at an all-male Madrid college screamed coordinated abuse in the direction of an all-female college in an incident that has shocked Spain.
After his controversial suggestions for ending the war, the organisers said: “As of today, Elon Musk is persona non grata in Shchekavystsa.”