ISIS Is Experimenting with This New Blockchain Messaging App
BCM allows administrators to create “supergroups” of up to 100,000 people.
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A New Zealand Rescue Team Will Risk Their Lives to Bring Back Volcano Victims' Bodies
Experts are warning there's a significant chance the volcano could erupt again, but victims' families have been outraged by the government's slow response.
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It's the UK's Most Important Election in a Generation. Here's What You Need to Know.
Brexit, the National Health Service, and climate change are all on the ballot on Thursday.
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Human Rights Icon Aung San Suu Kyi Is in Court Defending Claims of Genocide in Myanmar
She's accused of overseeing a military campaign that has used gang rape, mass murder, and other atrocities against the Rohingya.
WhatsApp Is Kicking Kashmiris Out of Their Accounts
Kashmir has been cut off from the world for four months. Now, the internet shutdown could wipe out people's photos, videos, and cherished memories.
China Is Very Angry That Congress Pointed Out it Is Committing Massive Human Rights Abuses in Xinjiang
China has imprisoned about a million Uighurs and Kazakhs in "reeducation camps" that escapees describe as prisons where their human rights were routinely violated.
Bestiality, Stabbings, and Child Porn: Why Facebook Moderators Are Suing the Company for Trauma
“My first day on the job, I witnessed someone being beaten to death with a plank of wood with nails in it and repeatedly stabbed.”
The Russian Social Network Letting ISIS Back Online
When ISIS claimed responsibility for the London Bridge stabbing attack, they did it using a little-known Russian messaging app.
North Korea Built the 'Epitome of Civilization' Using Slave Labor
Kim Jong Un celebrated the opening of a new village, complete with a ski slope and a sports stadium, that was built by unpaid "volunteers."
Trump Won’t Take Part in This Week’s Landmark Impeachment Hearings
In a letter to the House Judiciary Committee, his lawyers complained about a "complete lack of due process."
Boris Johnson Was Replaced With an Ice Sculpture During a TV Climate Debate. Now He's Threatening the Channel's License.
Johnson's communications director accused Channel 4 of staging a “provocative partisan stunt” and showing “a pattern of bias.”
Zimbabwe Is Trying to Build a China Style Surveillance State
“It has everything it needs to give the ruling Zanu-PF party and its agents in government the legal basis to imprison opponents using the internet.”