Banner with Jewish soldier as pig being removed from German art show, after protests

Banner with Jewish soldier as pig being removed from German art show, after protests

BERLIN – An Indonesian art collective’s banner that was widely criticized as containing antisemitic elements was covered up at a major art show in Germany and was to be taken down on Tuesday, officials said. The Documenta art show has been clouded in controversy for months over its inclusion of a Palestinian artists’ group strongly … Read more

Prince Charles meets genocide survivors in Rwanda

Prince Charles meets genocide survivors in Rwanda

In 1994, Hutu extremists in Rwanda targeted minority ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus in a three-month killing spree that left an estimated 800,000 people dead, though local estimates are higher. In the basement below the church – which today stands as a memorial to the 1994 genocide – the skulls of unidentified Tutsi men are … Read more

Russia’s ruble is at strongest level in 7 years despite sanctions

Russia’s ruble is at strongest level in 7 years despite sanctions

Russian one ruble coin and Russian flag displayed on a screen are seen in this multiple exposure illustration photo taken in Krakow, Poland on March 8, 2022. Facebook Facebook logo Sign up for Facebook to connect with Jakub Porzycki Nurphoto | Getty Images Russia’s ruble hit 52.3 to the dollar on Wednesday, an increase of … Read more

Many Russian Cyberattacks Failed in First Months of Ukraine War, Study Says

Many Russian Cyberattacks Failed in First Months of Ukraine War, Study Says

WASHINGTON-A new examination of how Russia used its cybercapabilities in the first months of the war in Ukraine contains a number of surprises: Moscow conducted more cyberattacks than was realized at the time to bolster its invasion, but more than two-thirds of them failed , echoing its poor performance on the physical battlefield. However, the … Read more