Prosecutors say Edward Gallagher turned bloodthirsty on his eighth deployment, shooting civilians and stabbing a captive. His lawyer called the charges baseless.
Khieu Samphan, 87, and Nuon Chea, 92, who were convicted of genocide on Friday, once hoped that the world would “let bygones be bygones.”
Four decades after the Communist movement’s reign of terror, two surviving senior leaders are held accountable in a genocide verdict that opens the door for other rulings.
More than 2,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees are set for repatriation from neighboring Bangladesh, many of them unwillingly. The United Nations calls it a “clear violation” of international principles.
It may not be much of a surprise, but the scale of the job of digging up Islamic State victims is shocking. The UN says there may be 12,000 victims.
The company, citing a human rights report it commissioned, said it was moving to prevent further abuses of its platform in Myanmar. Critics said they were unconvinced.
Stop the bombing and start a large-scale relief effort.
Orhan Pamuk remembers his friend Ara Guler, the great photographer, who lovingly captured Istanbul and its people.
Social platforms have a responsibility to address misinformation as a systemic problem, instead of reacting to case after case.
The chair of a United Nations inquiry that accused Myanmar's military of genocide is likely to brief the Security Council this month after Britain, France, the United States and six other members requested the meeting, diplomats said on Tuesday (16 October).
With fake pages and sham accounts, the military targeted the mostly Muslim Rohingya minority group, said former military officials, researchers and civilian officials.