Public transport in the city doesn't work
Locals are concerned not only with political, but also with socio-economic problems, Carrie Lam acknowledged
Use of force against peaceful protesters is an extreme measure, a spokesman for the human rights office said
Earlier, the head of the city administration confirmed the prospects of refusing to promote the project on extradition
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China Lu Kahn, mass protests in this area "don't mean that the majority opposes the law on extradition"
The authorities of the Belarusian Vitebsk banned the rally of the "Immortal Regiment" in the city on May 9
The Venezuelan president called on the authorities to point out the desired changes in order to "correct the mistakes in the middle of the battle
"Investing in measures to prevent food loss and food waste also means making investments in pro-poor policies as it promotes sustainable food systems for a zero hunger world," Graziano da Silva said.
The scales have tipped for the first time in the fight against AIDS as more than half of all people living with the HIV virus now have access to treatment, while AIDS-related deaths have nearly halved since 2005, according to a new United Nations report.
Opening the high-level segment of the annual forum designed to discuss implementation of the anti-poverty agenda, top United Nations officials today stressed the importance of multilateralism to address global problems.
UN calls for urgent access to reach some 400,000 civilians trapped in Syria’s Ghouta
UCLA advocates take to the hallways of the State Capitol on UC Day in Sacramento.