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Catholic school sex abuse case goes to trial in Spain

A former gym teacher at a Catholic school accused of sexually assaulting students went on trial Monday in Barcelona, as a growing trickle of abuse allegations shakes the Church in Spain. The trial involves a school run by the Marist community, a Roman Catholic teaching order at the centre of a

Ethiopian Airlines CEO promises to get to the root cause of flight 302 crash

Ethiopian Airlines will work with investigators in Ethiopia, the U.S. and elsewhere “to figure out what went wrong with flight 302’’, the airline’s CEO, Tewolde Gebremariam, said on Monday. His pledge follows reports the investigation was under strain because information about the March 10 crash, which killed 157 people, was

China’s authorities propose to keep minors out of live streaming

China is getting serious about the way live streaming videos affect tens of millions of youngsters, so much so a top authority has proposed to tighten restrictions on underage use. According to a report from the China Youth Daily, the Communist Party-controlled All Youth Federation recently submitted a proposal during the

EU regrets after British MPs Brexit deal failed

The risk of a disorderly Brexit has increased since the Withdrawal Agreement was turned down by British MPs, arousing dismay and regret by European Union (EU) leaders, local media said on Wednesday. German Vice Chancellor Olaf Scholz described as “a bitter day for Europe.’’ Scholz said, “a hard Brexit would be the

China To Collect Samples From Moon This Year

China will launch an expedition to collect samples from the moon around the end of this year, a space official said on Monday, weeks after Beijing hailed the successful touch down on the far side of the moon. The Chang’e-4 lunar probe landed on Jan. 3 and transmitted the first-ever