The web of 350 fake social media profiles aims to discredit the West, sometimes with garish cartoons.
The Microsoft co-founder says he should not have given the convicted sex offender "credibility".
Munchausen by Internet: Are some influencers faking illnesses for fame, money and attention?
The lesbian family suffered homophobic abuse after appearing in a Russian health food ad.
Merve Taskin says she faces obscenity charges in Turkey after posting "joke" photos of sex toys.
Biles' withdrawal shows how attitudes have changed, says former USA gymnast Dominique Moceanu.
The club, which dropped the name Redskins last year, says fans can no longer wear headdresses at games.
Johnson, who had a 1999 hit with Get Get Down, had been in intensive care with the virus.
Cars produce nearly a third of US carbon emissions and sales of electric vehicles lag behind Europe.
Most international travellers will eventually need to be vaccinated when the US reopens borders.
Up to 6,000 Britons are currently in Mexico, which is moving to the red list, Grant Shapps says.
Officials say 30 people were onboard when their vehicle hit a metal pole and stop sign.
Ebrahim Raisi takes over amid heightened tensions with the West and growing discontent at home.
Charlie Watts will temporarily drop his sticks as he recovers from an unspecified medical procedure.
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