British nationals may be banned from visiting or remaining in “designated areas” within Syria and West Africa where “hostile state activity” is taking place—unless the state agrees they have “legitimate reason”.
New York City mayor Bill de Blasio has ordered public agencies to spend half—or more—of their yearly advertising budgets in local and ethnic news outlets.
Once Nottingham police began recording crimes against women as hate crimes, 174 women came forward to report violence against them. Now, more local police forces are following suit.
It contains 85,000 cubic metres of nuclear material—enough to fill 34 Olympic swimming pools—including the intensely toxic plutonium-239. The contaminated soil and debris come from 67 nuclear tests the US conducted between 1946 and 1958.
Oxford University will give promising but disadvantaged applicants one-year, pre-degree courses. And in the US, 150 colleges will consider an ‘adversity score’ accompanying students’ SAT results, factoring in family education, household income, and neighbourhood crime—but not race.