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With Japan facing a shortage of skilled animators, the WIT Academy is offering a free six-month course and stipend to aspiring junior artists.
A number of young women and men have come forward, saying they believe they were injected with drug-filled hypodermic needles at clubs and bars.
The rapper was the most streamed artist on Spotify in Sweden in 2019 and won several music awards, but had received a series of threats recently.
Cartoonist Badiucao’s exhibition in the city of Brescia is expected to denounce Chinese political repression and censorship of Covid-19 information.
European and Asian member states among signatories of declaration accusing Beijing of human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
The attackers shot some victims and stabbed others with knives at an Islamic seminary in the Balukhali camp.
The ruling provides a boost to a lawsuit seeking to stop the Colombian government from culling the animals, which have thrived and now number around 100.
Sandra Mason will be sworn in on November 30, in a key step for the Caribbean island to become a republic and remove the UK monarch as its head of state.
After images of a naked paleolithic Venus and other art were deemed suggestive, the city’s tourist board turned to the platform known for explicit content.
Ali Harbi Ali, 25, was arrested at the scene of the killing in Leigh-on-Sea on Friday. He also faces a separate charge of preparing acts of terrorism.
The administration will begin vaccine roll-out to 28 million children in the group age once health experts give the green light
For the first time, a pig kidney has been transplanted into a human without triggering immediate rejection by the recipient’s immune system.
The Frederic Chopin international piano competition is a prestigious event that launches pianists’ world careers.
Trump announcement comes nine months after being expelled from social media for his role in inciting the January 6 Capitol insurrection.
The cosmetics entrepreneur confirmed she applied for asylum in Australia, and is in coronavirus quarantine in Sydney.
The dancer, who was working at a London school and also giving private lessons, abused four students aged 16 to 19 while giving them massages.
Nikolas Cruz faces a minimum sentence of life in prison without parole but prosecutors have said they will seek the death penalty.
Researchers looking at mice on different diets found those that were fed fewer calories in a single daily feeding lived longer than mice eating the same number of calories throughout the day.
The justice ministry will look into thousands more killings after a review of 52 cases found excessive use of force and lapses in procedures by police.
Actress Yulia Peresild and director Klim Shipenko are back on Earth after 12 days on the International Space Station making the first movie in orbit.
Passengers and crew members managed to scramble to safety before the aircraft burst into flames.
The ancient iron weapon, now encrusted in marine organisms, was found by Shlomi Katzin after shifts in the sand left it exposed.
Infection rates in Britain remain stubbornly high, despite high rates of vaccination, with over 43,000 new cases of Covid-19 recorded on Tuesday.
Mateusz Morawiecki publicly clashed with Ursula von der Leyen, saying the EU is trying to force Poland into line.
After the country fell to the Taliban, he became a lightning rod for criticism, as the Biden administration blamed the diplomacy behind the 2020 deal.
One adult and two children were killed in the bombardments on Mekele, in a dramatic escalation of the year-long conflict in the region.
Russia said it would halt the activities of its diplomatic mission to Nato after the Western military alliance expelled eight Russians saying they were spies.
Colin Powell, 84, was fully vaccinated but died on Monday morning of complications from Covid-19, his family said.
South Korean ballerina Sae Eun Park joined the Paris Opera Ballet in 2011, and her ascent to its top rank comes as ballet faces calls for more inclusion.
No group immediately claimed responsibility for the four deaths, which sent shock waves through minority communities in the disputed Muslim-majority region.