Analysis | What Will it Take to Vaccinate the World?
This is one of a series of interviews by Bloomberg Opinion columnists on how to solve the world's most pressing policy challenges. It has been edited for length and clarity.
UN chief: Over 12,000 detainees held officially in Libya
UNITED NATIONS - Over 12,000 detainees are held officially in 27 prisons and detention facilities across Libya and thousands more are held illegally and often in "inhumane conditions in facilities controlled by armed groups or `secret' facilities," the United Nations chief said in a new report.
Don't miss the wolf moon light up the sky this week
Wolves are associated with howling at the moon - a common myth that's become widely accepted over the ages.
The Time Is Now for the "Radical Revolution of Values" That MLK Called For
In the early weeks of the pandemic, novelist and activist Arundhati Roy brilliantly laid out the stakes of one of the coronavirus's reverberating impacts.
French Far-Right Candidate Convicted for Inciting Racial Hatred
Éric Zemmour, a pundit whose presidential run has upended French politics, had called unaccompanied migrant children "assassins" and "rapists" on television.
Analysis | Trump Isn't Responsible for Iran's Aggressive Behavior
As the nuclear negotiations between the world powers and Iran approach a denouement, the Biden administration is turning up the heat on... Donald Trump!?
Iranian state TV: Omicron cause of death in 3 Iranians
TEHRAN, Iran - Iranian state television said Saturday that three Iranian citizens have died after they were infected with omicron, the new, more easily spread variant of the coronavirus.
Dakar Rally 2022: veterans, debuts and biofuels - a photo essay
rom Jeddah to Riyadh and everywhere in between, this has been a visually spectacular year at the Dakar Rally in Saudi Arabia.
US researchers share COVID-19 vaccine with the world
Using traditional technology that can be scaled widely and cheaply, Corbevax offers a potential solution to vaccine inequity.