Humanity

By: Nadeemy Haded The United Nations General Assembly condemned what it described as "persistent, massive and massive violations of human rights in North Korea" in an annual resolution rejected by Pyongyang. The 193-member General Assembly approved the resolution, which was sponsored by dozens of countries, including the United States,
By: Nadeemy Haded A former Argentine police official accused of killing hundreds during the so-called "dirty war" arrives in Buenos Aires after France extradited him to Argentina to be tried on the background of Talib's disappearance. Mario Sandoval, 66, who has been in France since 1985, where he obtained
The death toll in Bolivia's protests in the past 24 hours has risen to 23 dead and 715 injured. "Since yesterday, nine people have been killed and 122 injured by repression by the police and armed forces. This brings the death toll to 23 and 715 injured since the
Amnesty International has accused the United States of killing three civilians with an air strike in Somalia and failing to investigate reports that they were farmers and not linked to the al-Shabaab terrorist group. The amnesty said on Tuesday that its investigation found that the three who died in
The United Nations special envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths, welcomed an offer by the Yemeni group Ansar Allah today to release a number of prisoners unilaterally, amid reports that the Houthis have released 290 prisoners. Griffiths said he hoped it would lead to further progress on a prisoner swap.
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