Photo captures Hillary reading about Pence’s email
05 March 2017 | 5:54 am
A photo of former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton glancing at a newspaper headline about U.S. Vice President Mike Pence using private email has gone viral on social media, with thousands of people commenting on it.
27 Oct 2019
Hillary Clinton has hinted that, of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates, Tulsi Gabbard is "the favorite of the Russians." Gabbard said there has been a "concerted campaign" to destroy her reputation.
17 Nov 2019
'The Soviet Bunion': Hillary Clinton trolls Trump
14 Jun 2020
"I should not have been there," said Mark Milley, the most senior US military officer, after accompanying Donald Trump to a photo op following a protest in Washington, DC. He noted the army should stay "apolitical."
12 Jun 2020
The European Commission is set to increase regulation of platforms as disinformation related to the coronavirus pandemic spreads. For now, there's only a voluntary code of practice for tech giants.
2 Apr 2021
Authorities release a photo of the suspect in a shooting in Orange, Southern California, that claimed the lives of four people, including a nine-year-old child. The suspect -- identified as 44-year-old Aminadab Gaxiola Gonzalez -- sustained a gunshot wound and is in critical condition in hospital.
8 Apr 2021
Khloe Kardashian has penned a poewrful essay on how hard she finds the pressure to look "perfect" all the time.
5 Aug 2021
Sean 'Love' Combs finally addresses Jennifer Lopez throwback photo
16 Aug 2021
Apple has defended a new system that scans users' phones for child sexual abuse material (CSAM).
25 Sep 2021
In the first edition of our new fact-checking show Truth or Fake, we focus on Afghanistan. A photo purportedly showing the new Afghan central bank chief has gone viral on social media; we show you how our Observers team debunked the image. Meanwhile, we demonstrate how widely shared images of alleged recent violence in Afghanistan's Panjshir Valley, attributed to the Taliban, actually come from a 2018 film.
30 Nov 2021
While most people stayed at home as the COVID-19 pandemic ravaged New York, Ghanaian national Paul Ninson sifted through storage containers and struggling bookshops in order to build what he says has become the world's largest collection of African photography books. His collection now consists of more than 30,000 books. He plans to bring them back to Ghana and open a photography museum with help from a crowdfunding campaign that raised more than a million dollars in two days.
14 Dec 2021
French far-right presidential candidate Eric Zemmour launched his campaign bid during a rally on Sunday. Violence broke out between anti-racism activists and attendees. Some claim the protesters came into the event equipped with "artillery", a claim that's been debunked. Also, do street lights in Australia modify genes? Some conspiracy theorists believe they do. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.
15 May 2022
An exhibition about love feels like a radical prospect in an ever-more cynical world. Yet Simon Baker, director of the Paris-based Maison Européenne de la Photographie (MEP), tells us that curating a collection of photos that fully express the complexity, the pain and the sheer diversity of the emotion was something he'd long been wanting to do. From Nan Goldin’s unflinching views of the darker side of infatuation, to the daring images of same-sex desire that paved the way for subsequent generations, we discuss the photography on show.
51 mins ago
Thailand's tourism bureau estimates nearly 1.5 million fewer visitors from China in 2023 than had originally been expected at the beginning of the year. Changing travel trends and economic problems in China are to blame.
51 mins ago
He's claiming that his remarks were "misinterpreted". The Emirati oil executive leading the COP28 climate conference in Dubai has come out fighting after widespread criticism of his suggestion that there was "no science" indicating that a phase-out of fossil fuels was needed to contain global warming.
51 mins ago
Students are among the victims of Nigeria's rampant inflation, as they face tuition fee hikes of over 300 percent. Also, the clock is ticking down towards DR Congo's general elections, in which President Felix Tshisekedi is running for a second term. Plus, Nairobi hosts international talks on the reduction of plastic pollution.
6 hours ago
The Director General of the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs (NIIA), Professor Eghosa E. Osaghae, has called for a new framework for federalism in Nigeria, one that is more contextualised and adaptable to the country’s unique circumstances.
6 hours ago
The year 2023 has been mix-bag and has come with many headwinds as well as positives for the Nigerian economy. For investors looking at Africa’s most populous country what are the opportunities and risk associated in this key market? Steve Alain Lawrence, the Chief Investment Officer at Balfour Capital Group says Nigeria is the final economic frontier, he joins CNBC Africa to explore what the future holds for Nigeria next year.
6 hours ago
Are there reasons to be cheerful from the COP28 climate change summit in Dubai? The Kenyan environmental activist Wanjira Mathai says one area where there's growing hope is in the international movement to stop deforestation. She spoke to FRANCE 24 about her own story of activism and continuing the Green Belt Movement founded by her late mother, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning environmentalist Wangari Maathai.
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