Key Libya commander suspends duties ahead of December vote
Libya s powerful, east-based commander announced Wednesday he was suspending his role as leader of a self-styled Libyan army for the next three months - the clearest indication yet that he may be contemplating a run for president in December elections.
German election roundup: 'Hang the greens' poster ban and politicians are white, male and 'Michael'
A court in Germany ordered neo-Nazi election posters bearing the slogan "hang the Greens" to be taken down, after they were initially allowed to stay in place, reported AFP.
Uma Thurman recounts her abortion as a teen in essay condemning Texas ban
Uma Thurman has railed against the "horror" of Texas's draconian new abortion law and called for the ban to be lifted, as she opened up about an abortion she had as a teenager.
Inside the viral collab house featuring OnlyFans and TikTok creators
What happens when creators across mega social media platforms combine forces to create a stash of content from a weekend getaway?
As 'Top Chef' Heads to Houston, Let's Not Forget About What Happened Last Season
Yesterday, Bravo and production company Magical Elves announced that the 19th season of Top Chef would film in Houston, and both the producers and the city's media are already trying to forget what happened last season.
PPP Roundtable: Our Hopes and Fears for Training Camp
Brigstew: Seeing a healthy John Tavares again would be a balm to the soul, but when it comes to the potential of the team I'm really looking forward to seeing a healthy (fingers crossed) Ondrej Kase.
UN food summit will be 'elitist' and 'pro-corporate', says special rapporteur
The UN global food summit is "elitist and regressive" and has failed in its goal of being a "people's summit", according to the special rapporteur on food rights.
Keir Starmer backs excluding trans women from some 'women-only spaces'
Trans women should be excluded from some "women-only spaces", Keir Starmer says, as the controversy threatens to open a bitter row in the party.
UK government turns to Tim Berners-Lee startup for digital identity plan
The Government Digital Service (GDS) is using technology from a startup created by web inventor Tim Berners-Lee to offer citizens greater control over their personal data when accessing online public services.
'Ecofeminism is about respect': the activist working to revolutionise west African farming
Outside Mariama Sonko's home in the Casamance region of southern Senegal pink shells hang on improvised nets that will be placed in mangroves to provide a breeding spot for oysters.