The web of 350 fake social media profiles aims to discredit the West, sometimes with garish cartoons.
The lawsuit accuses companies of fuelling bloodshed through negligent business practices.
Scores of people on Evia were forced to evacuate by sea as wildfire spread rapidly, destroying homes.
The Jamaican sprinter was blocked after posting footage of her races on her Instagram account.
Biles' withdrawal shows how attitudes have changed, says former USA gymnast Dominique Moceanu.
We asked experts what the virus surges mean for get-togethers during this "summer of freedom".
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Ebrahim Raisi takes over amid heightened tensions with the West and growing discontent at home.
Up to 6,000 Britons are currently in Mexico, which is moving to the red list, Grant Shapps says.
France is moving to the amber list as part of widespread changes to the traffic light system.
Officials say 30 people were onboard when their vehicle hit a metal pole and stop sign.
The Rugby League World Cup in England is postponed until 2022 following the withdrawal of defending champions Australia, and New Zealand.
Most international travellers will eventually need to be vaccinated when the US reopens borders.
Asset manager Vanguard will reward staff who get jabbed, but it won't mandate vaccinations.
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