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Gruesome murder in France sparks new criticism of social media
The gruesome murder of a history teacher in France has sparked intense criticism of social media companies over the role they played in motivating the killer and inciting the fatal attack. And, according to a new study by the University of Cambridge, millennials around the world are currently less satisfied with democracy and more disillusioned than at any other time in the past century. Also, one of the biggest issues facing some European cities before the coronavirus was overtourism. So, how are the cities coping now that the tourists are staying at home?
- Calls to regulate social media grow after murder of French teacher October 21, 2020
- Last-minute offer revives nuke talks on START treaty October 21, 2020
- Danish submarine killer recaptured after prison escape October 21, 2020
- Study finds millennials are more disillusioned by democracy than in past century October 21, 2020
- The story behind the name: Asbestos, Quebec October 21, 2020
- New doc features the life of Iran's leading human rights lawyer October 21, 2020
- Is overtourism over? Travelers to Europe stay home due to COVID-19 restrictions. October 21, 2020
- How the US presidential election could impact women’s health worldwide October 21, 2020
- Documentary examines global disparities in health care for people of color October 21, 2020