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China forced 2,500 'fugitives' back from overseas during pandemic, report finds
Chinese authorities captured more than 2,500 "fugitives" from overseas and brought them back to China during the pandemic, under a program using methods ranging from family intimidation to "state-sanctioned kidnapping", according to a new report.
Analysis | The SEC Is Sounding Very European About Unicorns
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is considering forcing large private companies to routinely disclose more financial information to the public.
'I'm one of the nicer showrunners': Joss Whedon denies misconduct allegations
Joss Whedon, Buffy creator and director of films including The Avengers and Justice League, has responded to multiple allegations of misconduct, denying claims from actors including Gal Gadot and Ray Fisher that he threatened and belittled them on set.
Lewandowski wins FIFA Best Award for second year running - Soccer News
Robert Lewandowski won the men's FIFA Best award for the second year running at a ceremony at FIFA's headquarters in Zurich on Monday.
China decides not to sell Olympics tickets to the Chinese public.
China had already barred foreign spectators from attending the Winter Games that begin in Beijing in less than a month. On Monday, it announced that most Chinese people won't be able to attend either.
The Best Awards: Chelsea clean up, Ronaldo bags latest prize & Messi misses out | 101 Great Goals
The ceremony for FIFA's 'The Best' awards took place a short time ago, with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Robert Lewandowski and Edouard Mendy having all secured individual prizes.
Opinion: How to avoid going to prison for public corruption in San Francisco - The San Francisco Examiner
Former San Francisco Public Works director Mohammed Nuru speaks at an event in 2018.
A Fighter for Press Freedom Is Expanding Her Battle
Jodie Ginsberg, a veteran British journalist and advocate, will become the president of the Committee to Protect Journalists at a time when attacks on the press are at an all-time high.
John Connolly, journalist who investigated Jeffrey Epstein, dead at 78
Hard-hitting investigative journalist and former NYPD detective John Connolly passed away on Saturday at 78.
Jen Psaki slams Virginia's anti-LGBTQ governor for banning mask mandates in schools
White House Press Secretary Jenn Psaki has become known for her epic takedowns of far-right journalists in the White House Briefing Room as she works to defend President Biden and his policies.