The contest was test for the e-commerce giant, which has faced global criticism for worker treatment.
She told the BBC she was concerned about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on attendance at COP26.
Vineyards in some areas are reporting extensive damage and the government is declaring a disaster.
South Korea’s Innisfree is accused of “greenwashing” for selling misleading eco-friendly packaging.
Human rights groups say North Korea is facing dire food shortages and economic instability.
The city near Luxor has been hailed as one of the most important finds since Tutankhamun’s tomb.
Israel say the court has no right to look into possible crimes in the occupied territories.
Taiwan is suffering from its worst drought in decades, but one man has found a silver lining.
Marine scientists set out to study the ‘year of the quiet ocean’ following the pandemic.
He was one of America’s most successful rap stars, but his life was plagued by personal problems.
In conservative Singapore, start-ups give young adults discreet access to sexual health products.
A tax dispute has led to a shortage of antiretroviral (ARV) drugs and HIV testing kits in Kenya.
A veteran Bavarian leader is tipped to run for chancellor as the Merkel era ends this year.
Are the activities of the fishing industry destroying the world’s oceans as a new film suggests?
Yellow fever, slavery and distrust of government all contributed to resistance to official checks.
US President Joe Biden paid tribute to Prince Philip and a “lifetime of service to the United Kingdom”.
A senior Kremlin official issues a warning as tensions rise in eastern Ukraine.
George Floyd tried to “crank up his chest to get air”, the trial of Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis hears.
A woman in Japan becomes the world’s first Covid patient to receive a transplant from living donors.
Families had challenged the Czech government’s ban on unvaccinated children entering pre-schools.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen was left standing when meeting Turkey’s leader.
Zachary Horwitz is accused of scamming investors with fake Netflix deals to fund a lavish lifestyle.
A degree from the ENA has been the passport to the upper echelons of French politics for decades.
The 40-year-old allegedly contacted a man via the dark web to paralyse his ex-girlfriend.
Protests break out in Kyrgyzstan after a woman abducted for marriage is found dead.
“How could it happen,” police in Norway ask of the man who died with no-one reporting him missing.
A doctor, his wife and three grandchildren die in South Carolina as White House announces new measures.
The Milk Tea Alliance unites pro-democracy protesters in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand and Myanmar.
Beauty queen Caroline Jurie and another contestant are arrested after a fracas at the contest.
When Shannon Wait was suspended after posting about working conditions, she fought back.