Rescuers 'very close' to kids missing in Amazon
The discovery of a rudimentary shelter, some half-eaten fruit and a fresh footprint led the Colombian military to announce Tuesday it was getting "very close" to the four Indigenous children roaming the Amazon since a plane they were on ...
NATO deploys more troops to Kosovo amid violence
More NATO troops are on their way to keep the peace in Kosovo as tensions between ethnic Serbs and Albanians heat up. Recent clashes have raised fears of a return to the violence of the late 1990s.
Why ethnic tensions are rising in Kosovo
Unrest in Kosovo's north has intensified since ethnic Albanian mayors took office in the region's Serb-majority area after April elections boycotted by the Serbs, a move that led the U.S. and its allies to rebuke Pristina on Friday (May ...
Outbreak of violence in India's Manipur
Dozens of fighters have been killed in a security operation in India's northeastern state of Manipur. Tensions have been high between minority tribal groups and the non-tribal Meitei community - over special privileges for getting land a...
Broadway's first all-Filipino musical
Political disco drama ‘Here Lies Love’ tells the story of the tumultuous rise and fall of former Filipina first lady Imelda Marcos. The musical is being celebrated for featuring Broadway's first all-Filipino cast, but critics called the ...
Vinicius Jr has red card rescinded after abuse
Real Madrid forward Vinicius Jr's red card in Sunday's LaLiga match at Valencia, in which he was also racially abused, has been rescinded, the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) said on Tuesday.
Protests in Brazil over racism against footballer
Dozens of protesters demonstrated outside the Spanish consulate in Brazil’s Sao Paulo to condemn the racist abuse of Real Madrid’s Brazilian player Vinicius Junior during a match against Valencia.
Indigenous Australian TV host steps down after racist abuse
ABC Australia host Stan Grant is stepping away from the media after facing “relentless” racist abuse.
Fans arrested after footballer targeted by hate crimes
Police detained seven men over alleged hate crimes directed at Real Madrid football player Vinicius Jr. Three of the suspects are accused of making abusive and racist chants during a football match in Spain's La Liga, while four others a...
Real Madrid accuses La Liga of racism
Spanish football side Real Madrid have lodged a hate crime complaint with prosecutors after their player, Brazilian Vinicius Junior, was targeted with racist abuse. The incident has caused fury across Brazil.
Do Spain's soccer elite have a racism problem?
A player for Real Madrid, one of the most renowned soccer teams in the world, is calling Spain "a country of racists" after racial slurs from fans halted a match for 10 minutes. It's the latest in a series of incidents involving LaLiga a...
Travel warning issued for Florida
The NAACP issued a formal travel advisory for the state of Florida, arguing the state, under Gov. Ron DeSantis' leadership, "has engaged in an all-out attack on Black Americans" and other minority groups.
Florida travel warning for African Americans
The NAACP says new laws and policies championed by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis are "openly hostile" to Black Americans, people of colour and LGBTQ+ individuals. It has issued a travel advisory accusing the state of "trying to erase Black h...
Class action suit filed against Wells Fargo
Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown and civil rights attorney Ben Crump join forces in a class action lawsuit against Wells Fargo. They say the bank's home mortgage discriminated against Black people and other minority applicants.
The man seeking to be Greece's first black lawmaker
In working-class neighborhoods on the outskirts of Athens, Burundi-born Spiros Richard Hagabimana goes door-to-door in an election campaign that could see him become Greece's first Black lawmaker.
Ethnic riots rock India
Thousands of security personnel are on high alert in the northeast Indian state of Manipur. At least 60 people were killed and 35,000 others displaced in riots and ethnic violence last week. Authorities say the situation is under control...
Subway choker charged with manslaughter
Daniel Penny, a former U.S. marine who put Jordan Neely, a homeless Black man, in a fatal chokehold on a New York subway, has been charged with second-degree manslaughter.
Election brings anger, fear from Turkey's Kurds
From predominantly Kurdish towns in the earthquake-hit south to the multicultural metropolis of Istanbul, Turkey's Kurds say discrimination and repression are part of their daily lives – and fear that another victory for Recep Tayyip Erd...
Manipur ethnic riots claim 62 lives
Rioting and ethnic clashes last week in India’s Manipur have killed at least 62 people and displaced 35,000, officials say, as a tense calm prevails across the remote northeastern state. Manipur’s CM, N Biren Singh, told reporters that a...
Imran Khan arrested sparking violent clashes
Pakistan's anti-corruption agency arrested former Prime Minister Imran Khan at Islamabad’s High Court, sparking violent clashes between protesters and police. Footage of his arrest shows paramilitary forces in riot-control gear leading a...
Brothers in Jussie Smollett hoax case speak out
Brothers Abimbola 'Bola' and Olabinjo 'Ola' Osundairo, Jussie Smollett's accomplices in the hate crime hoax, recently broke their silence and joined FOX 5 to discuss their story.
Diverse communities 'mixed feelings' about Coronation
Feelings are mixed across multicultural London ahead of the King's coronation amid the UK's cost-of-living crisis, with some communities sharing a sense of ambivalence to the historic day.
Brazil recognizes indigenous owners of Amazon
Brazil has recognised six Indigenous areas, totalling 1,200 square kilometres, most of which are in the threatened Amazon rainforest.
World remembers singer, activist Harry Belafonte
Harry Belafonte’s death at 96 has sparked tributes for his unique voice and his ongoing dedication to fight for racial equality.
Singer and activist Harry Belafonte dies at 96
Harry Belafonte, who stormed the pop charts and smashed racial barriers in the 1950s with his highly personal brand of folk music, and who went on to become a major force in the civil rights movement, died on Tuesday at his home on the U...
Elderly man pleads not guilty to shooting black teen
An 84-year-old white man charged in the shooting and wounding of a Black teenager who mistakenly walked up to the man's house in Kansas City pleaded not guilty to felony charges on Wednesday (April 19) during his first court appearance i...
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising commemorated
At a poignant and solemn ceremony, the German, Polish and Israeli presidents came together in the Polish capital to commemorate 80 years since the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
Protests after teen shot going to the wrong house
A 16-year-old Black teenager is recovering at home in Missouri after he was shot last week when he went to the wrong house to pick up his brothers. An 84-year-old white man is facing two charges.
Thousands march to remember Holocaust
Official observances started Monday evening with a ceremony at the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem as six survivors, including one of the few remaining survivors of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, lit torches in memory of the six ...