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5 Jul
With New York's annual Pride parade staying virtual for the second year running due to the pandemic, thousands of New Yorkers attend the alternative Queer Liberation March instead.
29 May
Being among the early adopters of cryptocurrencies, Spaniards have turned their country into a hub of blockchain technology. Now, retail giant El Corte Ingles is getting in on the buzz with a coin called Bitcor.
11 Mar
Twenty years after being blasted out of Afghanistan's central highlands, one of Bamiyan's famed Buddha statues makes a brief virtual return, as a 3D projection fills the alcove that housed the statue for centuries.
9 Mar
Last Sunday, the 26th annual Critics Choice Awards hosted by Taye Diggs took place on a virtual and in-person stage with Nomadland and The Crown walking away with numerous accolades.
25 Jan
The summit is taking place against the backdrop of a crisis that has shredded livelihoods and widened inequalities. The annual event with its roster of influential speakers hopes to help drive a robust, green recovery.
18 Aug 2020
America's political convention season begins with former first lady Michelle Obama addressing the Democrats' now-virtual gathering set to anoint Joe Biden, as President Donald Trump defies coronavirus concerns to rally supporters in battleground Wisconsin.
26 Mar 2020
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