Exit polls suggest that the president of Bolivia will lose a referendum on extending his presidency by another term. The country’s vice president says it is still to early to tell the outcome.
Intelligence agencies in Germany can now use malware to track computers of people under suspicion. The Trojan will be able to track user chats and conversations on smartphones and PCs.
A Crimean Tatar singer has been chosen to represent Ukraine with a song about Russia’s deadly deportation of the group. Jamala may face challenges if the song “1944” breaks Eurovision’s rules on political content.
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German politicians have called for the government to take tougher action to prevent appalling right-wing incidents against refugees. The police are also facing criticism.
Virginia McLaurin, 106, fulfils her dream of meeting US President Barack Obama and celebrates with a dance party at the White House.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad announced Monday that parliamentary elections are to be held on April 13, state news agency SANA reported, shortly after Washington and Moscow announced a ceasefire plan.
The psychologist’s remarks led Copenhagen City Council member Lars Aslan Rasmussen to call for the school’s funding to be yanked. “One should definitely remove support from a school whose psychologists can’t figure out how to be psychologists but instead act like imams,” he told Radio24syv. “The majority of the school’s subsidy is covered by Danish taxpayers, so this should definitely have consequences,” he added. Rasmussen said the school’s advice to female students is “crazy” and he called on the Education Ministry to take the school’s policy “very seriously”.