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With the country’s transitional justice process paralyzed, a Nepali conflict victim has taken to the United Nations forum to remind the Nepal government of its responsibilities towards the victims. Speaking before the UN Security Council in New York on June 12, Ram Kumar Bhandari, whose father was...
Haiti’s transitional council appointed a new cabinet on June 11, marking the final step in rebuilding the government that will lead a country under siege by gangs. Haiti struggles with gangs that control at least 80 percent of the capital of Port-au-Prince. It is preparing for the UN-backed...
The International Criminal Court’s (ICC) chief prosecutor appealed on June 11 for information and evidence of atrocities in Sudan, saying his ongoing investigation “seems to disclose an organized, systematic and a profound attack on human dignity.” ICC Prosecutor Karim Khan released a video...
Five years after a national inquiry in Canada delivered more than 200 recommendations aimed at protecting Indigenous women and girls from going missing or being murdered, former commissioners say there’s been too little systemic change across the country. The final report of the National Inquiry...
There were "serious breaches" of international law and crimes against humanity were committed during the two-year Tigray War, according to a report released by U.S. think tank New Lines Institute. Ethiopia's Defense Force and allied forces appeared to have committed "crimes against humanity" and...
Despite calls for peace talks and a ceasefire, the Sudanese army is rejecting calls to de-escalate the fighting in El Fasher. This comes after a conversation on May 28th between General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, during which Blinken reportedly urged for...
Several countries and global organizations have condemned the Israeli air attack on tents housing displaced people in Gaza’s southernmost city of Rafah that killed at least 40 Palestinians, including many children. The Palestinian presidency on May 27 accused Israel of deliberately targeting...
Emmanuel Macron has begun the first state visit to Germany by a French president in 24 years, to boost ties between the two countries and to emphasize the importance of defending democracy against nationalism in upcoming European elections. “Franco-German relations are indispensable and important...
The UN human rights office warned on May 24 of “frightening and disturbing reports” about the impact of new violence in Myanmar’s western state of Rakhine, pointing to new attacks on Rohingya civilians by the military and an ethnic armed group fighting it.  Spokesperson Liz Throssell of the office...
Ecuadorean President Daniel Noboa on May 22 declared a new state of emergency in seven of the country's 24 provinces, as well as one area of a further province, citing a rise in the number of violent deaths and other crimes in those jurisdictions. The measure will be in force for 60 days in Guayas...