In a so-called 'guest essay' for The New York Times published on Wednesday, journalist Atossa Araxia Abrahamian expressed her belief that, per her headline, "there is no good reason you should have to be a citizen to vote" in the United States.
After making a mistake in the first exercise in the team all-around, US gymnast Simone Biles refused to compete in several events, citing her psychological state and thus highlighting the issue of athlete mental health at the Tokyo Olympics.
Despite announcing the US troop withdrawal in May, the Biden administration did not launch efforts to relocate Afghans who helped American forces until late July.
A teenage pop star who meteorically rose to global fame, Billie Eilish released her second album, 'Happier Than Ever', earlier in the week, two years after now-iconic 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?'. Since then, the singer-songwriter has evolved, dealing with a massive flow of criticism and hate - particularly toward her looks.
The ongoing global coronavirus pandemic has severely affected healthcare systems worldwide, as hospitals are overwhelmed by the infected. A new COVID-19 strain has increased the threat, placing many countries into a state of emergency.
PARIS, (Sputnik) - Police have fired tear gas in an effort to disperse people protesting against COVID-19 passes in downtown Paris, a Sputnik correspondent reported on Saturday.
The pilot managed to safely eject from the aircraft and land. His life is out of danger, the Russian military said.
Djokovic is a twenty-time Grand Slam winner and longest-serving number one in men's tennis, yet there is a mountain that he hasn't conquered – an Olympic gold medal. The Serb's fans even joke that he's cursed.