A science fiction-inspired robot hardwired to assist astronauts launched from Florida early Friday to become the first personal, artificial intelligence-powered companion in space.
Facing a rising crime wave from drug-running to human organ smuggling that siphons money into terrorism, 16 West African states have launched an unprecedented data-sharing scheme to fight illegal activity, but observers say the initiative faces sizeable hurdles.
Malaysia’s new government said on Saturday it is considering amending laws on human trafficking and migrant smuggling just days after the US State Department reported a lack of progress in the country’s efforts to counter trafficking in the past year.
Global awareness of cyberbullying is increasing, however 1 in 4 adults globally have still never heard of it.
“Families belong together” that is the theme of protests being organized throughout the United States this weekend against the zero tolerance immigration policy of President Donald Trump’s administration.
Uruguay have put their three group wins behind them and are fully focused on Portugal and Ronaldo, striker Luis Suarez said ahead of their last-16 World Cup clash in Sochi on Saturday night.
The Constitution court has upheld a Western Cape High court judgment on benefits due to spouses in polygamous Muslim marriages.
SANAC has held its extended plenary session in Polokwane, Limpopo, to prepare for the international Aids conference to be held next month in Amsterdam.
After some final World Cup group matches seemed to turn into “non-games” with teams barely playing or seeming unwilling to score, FIFA said on Friday it had no plan to change rules or how the draw is made.
Member states of the United Nations migration agency on Friday rejected President Donald Trump’s nominee for director general, repudiating historic American control of the organisation.