The Guardian view on Tunisia's coup: a spring that turns to winter | Editorial
n 2011 Tunisia was the first Arab nation to topple its dictator, and the only one where genuine democracy survives.
France Passes Law That Makes A Coronavirus Health Pass Required For Dining And Travel
Thousands of protesters gather near the Eiffel Tower to protest the COVID-19 pass which grants vaccinated individuals greater ease of access to venues.
Robert Parris Moses, civil rights activist, dies aged 86
Robert Parris Moses, a civil rights activist who endured beatings and jail time while leading Black voter registration drives in the American south during the 1960s and later helped improve minority education in math, has died.
France: Macron calls for unity after anti-vaccine protests
French President Emmanuel Macron appealed for national unity and mass vaccination to fight the resurgent virus, and lashed out at those fueling anti-vaccine sentiment and protests.
Macron appeals for French unity in virus fight
French President Emmanuel Macron has appealed for national unity to fight the resurgent coronavirus, and lashed out at those fuelling anti-vaccination sentiment and protests.
Cuban leftists begin to turn their fire on the 'harmful practices of the state'
Luis Emilio Aybar is a voice from the left, which in Cuba means pretty far left. By any measure, he should be a stalwart defender of the island's communist regime.
Canadian Veterans Fill Void to Help Afghans Who Once Worked With Them
Despite promises from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Canada has yet to produce a plan to bring Afghan interpreters and other workers to the country.
Rouhani says Iran water protesters have right to demonstrate
Iran's president, Hassan Rouhani, said on Thursday that citizens have the right to protest after days of demonstrations against water shortages in Khuzestan province in which three people have been killed.
Tokyo Olympics Social Media Teams Are Forbidden From Showing Athletes Kneeling
Individuals who are managing the social media channels for the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Tokyo 2020 organizers are reportedly being banned from posting content that shows athletes taking part in any kind of political demonstration during the summer games.
San Mateo County board of supervisors approves program to help home chefs sell food from kitchens - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Home chefs looking to sell the fruits (and vegetables, grains and meats) of their labors will soon have more opportunity to do so in San Mateo County.