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Thousands of Sudanese rallied in the capital Khartoum on Thursday in the largest protest since the country’s transitional government was announced, demanding the chief of the judiciary and general prosecutor be removed because of alleged ties to ousted autocratic former President Omar al-Bashir.


Air strikes by U.S.-led coalition forces in Syria have killed or wounded many civilians, indicating that required precautions were ignored and war crimes may have been committed, United Nations investigators said on Wednesday.


The archbishop of Canterbury has apologized “in the name of Christ” for the 1919 massacre at Amritsar in India, where hundreds of people were shot dead by British forces.


A special U.N. fact-finding mission has urged that Myanmar be held responsible in international legal forums for alleged genocide against its Muslim Rohingya minority.

9/18/2019 erected its first lynching memorial with a marker Saturday in Annapolis to honor more than 40 black men who were lynched in the state between 1854 and 1933.


CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela’s opposition said on Sunday a dialogue mediated by Norway to try to resolve a political crisis had ended, six weeks after President Nicolas Maduro’s government suspended participation.

The talks, most of which took place in Barbados, began after opposition leader Juan Guaido led a failed military uprising in April against Maduro, who is accused of rights violations and has overseen an economic collapse prompting millions to flee.