The same week we learned that Britain has the highest excess death rate and worst economic recession in the G7 due to COVID-19, Sky News and BBC Breakfast took to the seas to interview people seeking asylum.
Daily wage labourers and migrant workers hit by poverty are being driven to desperate measures to survive.
There have been at least two instances in China where imported seafood packaging was found to be contaminated with the novel coronavirus.
Toronto police’s professional standards unit is reviewing an Instagram post showing two cops smiling with conspiracy theorist Chris Saccoccia and linking to his account.
Critics say the Drug Enforcement Administration has fuelled mass incarceration and is a “100 percent failure” at curbing drug trafficking.
Advocates fear that COVID-19 could be spreading through the centres used to detain undocumented migrants.
A lawsuit alleges that just weeks after the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, crown prince Mohammed bin Salman dispatched a hit squad to Canada to deal with another political enemy.
A new scam is targeting people, particularly Instagram models, by cloning their profiles and using them to create fake OnlyFans or JustForFans accounts.
Milne Ice Shelf lost an area larger than the size of Manhattan and two resulting islands are now dangerously floating in the ocean, scientists say.
Almost 70 percent of Indian population lives in villages, where the internet and smartphones can be a luxury.
A year after the controversial revocation of Article 370, Kashmir continues to be under a security lockdown amid reports of across-the-board human rights violations.
By some estimates, at least 88 people have died in extrajudicial killings linked to Pakistan's blasphemy laws.