History may one day rule this was the fateful geopolitical moment when the European Union clinched its PhD on foreign policy.
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WikiLeaks announced last Wednesday that Julian Assange has appointed Icelandic investigative journalist Kristinn Hrafnsson as editor-in-chief, taking over one of his roles within the whistle-blowing media organisation. Assange remains the site’s publisher.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – A viral cartoon depicting Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin as gay lovers has been condemned as “homophobic”, with mental health charities warning it sent a negative message to vulnerable young LGBT people.
It’s now been just over 18 months since those famous “billionaire tweets” – between Australian software pioneer Michael Cannon-Brookes and Tesla founder Elon Musk – set in motion a process that would see South Australia install the largest lithium-ion battery in the world.
California will soon have the country’s strictest net neutrality protections, thanks to a bill that Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law Sunday.