Mexico City goes yellow on coronavirus risk map

Mexico City goes to medium-risk yellow on the coronavirus stoplight system on Monday, bringing 12 weeks of high-risk orange light restrictions to an end. For the first time since the…



Philippines orders more than 25 million people into lockdown over Easter as Covid-19 cases soar

The Philippines orders more than 25 million people into lockdown over Easter as Covid-19 cases soar. Millions of people in the Philippines won’t be celebrating Easter as normal this year…



Man charged with murder following stabbing spree in North Vancouver

Yannick Bandaogo, 28, has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the attack that left one woman dead and six people injured. A 28-year-old man is facing a murder…



Vancouver library stabbing leaves 1 dead and 5 injured

Vancouver library stabbing leaves 1 dead and 5 injured including boy, 7, after ‘lone suspect knifed victims at random’. One person died and several others were wounded in a mass…



Serial killer Charles Sobhraj is ‘trying to bag a Hollywood movie deal’

Serial killer Charles Sobhraj who inspired real-life drama The Serpent after murdering at least a dozen tourists on 1970s hippie trail in Asia is ‘trying to bag a Hollywood movie…



Papua New Guinea: only 500 doctors for 9 million people

Papua New Guinea only has about 500 doctors for 9 million people. Now it’s dealing with a Covid outbreak. Reva-Lou Reva is worried. For the first time he can remember,…



Icelandic volcano erupts near Reykjavik

Icelandic volcano that had been dormant for more than 6,000 years erupts near Reykjavik Current eruption on the Fagradalsfjall volcano in Geldingadalur began March 19. It spewed more than 10…



Moment the Ever Given crashed into the Suez Canal is caught on video

Human error may have caused the Ever Given cargo carrier to crash into the banks of the Suez Canal rather than strong winds, authorities revealed today. Osama Rabie, Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority chief,…



Ever Given Suez Canal blockage should not drive up petrol prices, but Easter might

The blockage of the Suez Canal by a grounded container ship may disrupt world trade, but is unlikely to push fuel prices higher in the short term, experts say. Key…



Major contact tracing effort continues across Brisbane as immunologist warns unknown source of COVID infection is ‘definitely a concern’

A major contact tracing effort will continue in south-east Queensland today as authorities work to determine if a new locally acquired case of COVID-19 in a Brisbane landscaper has spread…



BLM supporter was arrested for beating her adopted white daughter to death

BLM Supporter Posted About Her Adopted Kids’ White Privilege Shortly Before She Was Arrested for Allegedly Beating One to Death. A South Carolina woman and Black Lives Matter supporter accused…