A new Canadian law forbids people from wearing a mask or covering their face during a riot or so-called “unlawful assembly” in the country. The law carries a maximum ten-year sentence for anyone convicted of physically concealing their identity.
A mistrial was declared Tuesday after jurors were deadlocked on how to decide the fate of a police officer who, while accompanied by a camera crew, shot and killed a 7-year-old girl during a midnight raid three years ago in Detroit, Michigan.
A street campaign exposing the unwillingness of Russian officials to fix city roads has won four awards at the annual Cannes Lions festival. But the woman behind the advert says the idea cost her her job, and potentially, her freedom.
British banking bosses may end up in prison if a new law to jail top executives for "reckless misconduct" is passed. The recent ‘Changing Banking for Good’ report has called on Chancellor George Osborne to clamp down on the country’s banking system.
Despite reports indicating the opposite US President Barack Obama has continued to perpetrate the vague assertion that the controversial NSA surveillance programs, primarily PRISM, are responsible for stopping a major terrorist attack in New York City.