Spain has just become the first country in Europe to register half a million coronavirus cases, leaving bullrings empty and bullfighters out of work.
Two Myanmar soldiers were transported to The Hague, Russia’s foreign ministry has summoned the German ambassador to Moscow over statements made by Berlin, and two Australian journalists have been urgently flown home, fleeing China out of fear for their safety.
Linas Linkevicius, the Lithuanian minister of foreign affairs, has been one of the most vocal world leaders speaking up against Alexander Lukashenko. He tells host Marco Werman why he supports the protesters.
In the first episode of "On China's New Silk Road," The World's former China correspondent Mary Kay Magistad looks at Chengdu, China, a stop on both the ancient Silk Road and the new one, for clues on China's global influence via its Belt and Road Initiative.
Toronto artist Daniel Voshart spent his free time during the pandemic learning a design software called Artbreeder. He compiled hundreds of images from ancient sculpted busts, coins and statues to create realistic-looking portraits of Roman emperors from the Principate period.
More than 2,000 immigrants at ICE facilities in California, Florida, New Mexico, Ohio, and other states have refused meals in protest since March, according to Detention Watch Network, an advocacy group.
Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has been forced out of office twice before, and both times he managed to make his way back. “He’s like a cat with nine lives,” says associate professor Petar Cholakov at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.
Food waste is a big issue in China — with enough food thrown away to feed 30 to 50 million people per year, according to a report from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and WWF in China.