Perhaps it would have been simpler had she replaced the weapon with a snake around her neck.
In the UK, jeans could encourage riots. And not just when Macy’s holds a sale.
The following is a guest post by music journalist Mark Sutherland.
Wednesday’s links take you to the big city — whether that city is in China, Saudi Arabia or the U.S.
Newspapers around the world, compiled by Newseum in Washington, D.C., showcase the London riots after three days of chaos.
Last night’s brawls in Vancouver are not the first time hardcore fans have destroyed their city. It’s what has become a curious—and sometimes terrifying—tradition that follows both sports triumphs and losses. Here, a list of …
It all started with an overturned car. Then some fire. And then more overturned cars and more fires. Oh, and don’t forget all the looting and fighting either.
Will his future spawn go by “Twitter” and “Google”?
The violent escalation of the student protests against the tuition fees hike in London shocked many people, and now one of Britain’s top police chiefs is pondering the banning of future marches.
Thousands of workers in Bangladesh’s sprawling garment industry continued to protest on Monday over the low wages they’re paid to make clothing for export, including to Western companies like H&M, Zara, JCPenney and Walmart.
Protesters in Haiti attacked United Nations forces yesterday, accusing them of causing the country’s cholera outbreak.
Protests turned violent in London Wednesday, as nearly 100 students occupied Britain’s Conservative Party Headquarters, leading to a standoff with police over the U.K.’s proposal to increase fees and cut government funding of …