Saudi Arabia prosecutors have said they will punish online satire that "mocks, provokes or disrupts public order, religious values and public morals". The kingdom’s powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has drawn harsh criticism from rights groups over the targeting of human rights activists and political dissidents across the spectrum since his appointment in June 2017. Dozens of Saudi citizens have been convicted on charges linked to dissent under a previous sweeping law, particularly linked to posts on Twitter.
A man from China’s Yunnan province tested positive for Hantavirus on Monday He died while on his way back to Shandong Province for work on a chartered bus China’s Global Times reported 32 other people have been tested the report added Following his death hantavirus became a trend on social media wi
Washington A conservative lawyer has filed a classaction lawsuit against China for the corona virus pandemic pushing an unsubstantiated claim that the Chinese government developed the virus as an illegal biological weapon to unleash on the world Lawyer Larry Klayman and his group Freedom Watch file
LONDON Countries can’t simply lock down their societies to defeat coronavirus there need to be public health measures to avoid a resurgence of the virus later on the World Health Organization’s top emergency expert Mike Ryan said on Sunday “What we really need to focus on is finding those who are s
New Dlehi In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak Section 144 will be imposed in Delhi with effect from 9 pm tonight till March 31 This comes after India reported seven deaths from coronavirus Earlier today Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal urged the citizens to stay at home for the next few day
NewDelhi Seven years three months and four days after the gruesome rape and murder of Nirbhaya all four convictsMukesh Singh Pawan Gupta Vinay Sharma and Akshay Kumar Singh were hanged till death at 530 am today Friday March 20 2020 in Tihar Jail by Meerut hangman Pawan Jallad The hanging brings an