Boeing Co. announced on Wednesday about its plans to lay off another 7,000 workers as the aircraft maker attempts to tackle its mounting losses amid the persevering pandemic crisis.
Mexican authorities announced on Wednesday morning that six members of the country’s National Guard have been arrested in connection with the murder of farmer Yessica Silva in the northern state of Chihuahua.
After a boat sank in French waters while trying to reach the UK, at least three people have died, human rights monitoring group Channel Rescue announced.
Water has become a daily struggle in Sizinda, a poor suburb in Bulawayo, as a result of a severe drought last year which consequently dried up the nearby reservoirs.
Azerbaijan claimed that 21 civilians were killed during missile attacks by Armenian forces in the city center of the Barda region.
Just a few hours before election day, internet users in Tanzania and on the semi-autonomous islands of Zanzibar reported limited access to internet services and social media platforms.
Swedish giant Ericsson announced on Wednesday morning that it had been officially selected by the United Kingdom’s BT to provide 5G radio equipment in London, Cardiff, Belfast, Edinburgh and other major British cities, building on the contract that the company signed earlier this year for core technology.
Two Facebook users, Saul Benary and Karma Holoboff, are seeking damages on behalf of Canadians whose personal data may have been used inappropriately for political gain.
Ankhi Das, Facebook’s top public policy executive in India, has resigned from her post months after facing criticisms due to her alleged failure to properly tackle hate speech on the platform.
Argentinean Vice President Cristina Kirchner called on Tuesday night for a grand political agreement between the government and the opposition in order to solve the country’s mounting currency crisis.