US says ‘Hotel Rwanda’ hero Rusesabagina ‘wrongly detained’

The United States has determined that Paul Rusesabagina, portrayed in the film "Hotel Rwanda" sheltering hundreds of people during the African nation's 1994 genocide, has been "wrongfully detained," the State Department said on Thursday.

The Evolution Of Advertising In Web 3.0: Navigating The Changes In...

Web 3.0 and the Metaverse have emerged as a solution to the long-standing customer demand for transparent information usage.

Three meat-free Mexican recipes for a flavourful feast

Who says you need meat or fish for a delicious taco? These delicious dishes from Thomasina Miers are fresh, fiery and fun, says Lauren Taylor

Top 5 Customer Service Skills To Encourage In Your Staff

Customer service staff have a great responsibility in the marketing and sales of your company's products and services.

As global cases rise, researchers race to solve puzzle of mysterious...

The global toll of sudden and unexplained hepatitis in children has risen to 621 cases from 34 countries, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control said in an update on Thursday.

Vospov kofte: An all-year round vegan treat

These lentil and bulgur patties are a traditional Armenian speciality. They’re popular year-round, but especially during Armenian Lent, writes Becky Krystal