An online video game marketplace says it has referred user accounts to legal authorities after a Bellingcat investigation found nonconsensual pornographic deepfake tokens were being surreptitiously sold on the site.
Satellite images newly obtained by Bellingcat shed light on how a stranded barge at the centre of a major oil spill ended up aground and leaking oil off the Tobago coast.
A Dutch white supremacist Active Club has in recent months organised alongside the white nationalist behind a plot to expel millions of immigrants discussed by far right German politicians and trained in combat at a pan-European gathering of neo-Nazis in Hungary, an new investigation reveals.
An open source database compiled by researchers lets users track the presence of illegal weapons throughout Central and South America.
A U.K.-based think-tank says Russia is rebuilding its capacity to destabilize European countries and extend its influence in the Middle East and Africa.
Confession by Punjab commissioner exacerbates tension over legitimacy of February general election results
Jailed Russian politician Alexei Navalny has died in a penal colony, the country's prison service says.
Event has already been widely used as PR opportunity for notorious Chechen unit accused of war crimes in Ukraine
A rogue’s gallery of big tech edgelords and their reactionary hangers-on have a plan to remake the city by the bay in their own weirdo image.
Hungary's new law on "protecting national sovereignty", which the ruling Fidesz party said was necessary to protect against foreign political interference, violates European Union law, the European Commission said on Wednesday.
Ukraine's drone forces made history by deploying an unmanned, robotic ground vehicle equipped with a machine gun which was reportedly adjusted via air drone to eliminate Russian personnel.
The clock is ticking toward a deadline to meet renewable-energy standards. But USA TODAY's analysis finds local governments banning wind turbines, solar plants.
The state of the industry is more dire than ever.
The leaders of the three Sahel nations said it was a "sovereign decision" to leave the Economic Community of West African States "without delay."
The $10bn lawsuit from Mexico alleges that US gun manufacturers knowingly fuel cartel violence.
Sri Lanka’s parliament overwhelmingly voted to pass a controversial internet regulatory bill that has been highly criticized as a move to stifle freedom of speech in the South Asian country gearing up for presidential election amid an economic crisis.
Tens of thousands of Argentinians demonstrate against plans to reverse many employment protections.
The online retail giant was found to be keeping detailed data on employee working patterns.
Iran has imposed nationwide bread rations with penalties for bakers breaking the new rules amid the country's worst economic crisis since the birth of the Islamic Republic.
Hungary faces diplomatic embarrassment after Turkey swiftly ratified Sweden's NATO bid, leaving Hungary as the sole holdout. Orban’s face-saving attempt to force a gesture from the Swedes received short shrift.
Keeping warm in winter has a high price in North Macedonia. The Balkan country’s historical heritage is being destroyed in order to get at the lignite that’s proving so harmful to people’s health.
Chris Hayes speaks about the threat posed by Donald Trump’s 2024 campaign and why Americans need to hear more about him, even if they hate it.
From a graveyard in Bihar to a mosque in Telangana, India saw multiple attacks and violent incidents on 22 January— the Ram Temple inauguration day.
Bigger cars more likely to kill people, release more toxic gas and are outgrowing design of cities
Huge crowds of protesters are set to descend on cities in Germany this weekend, as demonstrations calling for a ban on the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) gain momentum.