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Myanmar Generals Should Face Genocide Charges Over Rohingya, U.N. Says

Myanmar Generals Should Face Genocide Charges Over Rohingya, U.N. Says

A United Nations panel found that evidence against Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing and five other generals in Myanmar made it a priority to try them in an international court in relation to “the gravest crimes” against Rohingya Muslims and other minorities.

Macron Defends Migration Policy in France, Walking a Fine Line

Macron Defends Migration Policy in France, Walking a Fine Line

President Emmanuel Macron of France delivered a speech to police officers and gendarmes in the Gendarmerie headquarters in Calais on Tuesday.

China, Feeling Left Out, Has Plenty to Worry About in North Korea-U.S. Talks

China, Feeling Left Out, Has Plenty to Worry About in North Korea-U.S. Talks

Kim Jong-un, center, at a banquet with President Xi Jinping of China, front left, in Beijing in March.

Romania Braces for President’s Decision on Bills Seen as Weakening Judiciary

Romania Braces for President’s Decision on Bills Seen as Weakening Judiciary

Protesters marched in December in Bucharest, Romania, in support of the judicial system and against changes adopted by the governing coalition.

British Banks Will Have to Cut Ties to Sanctioned Oligarchs, U.S. Says

British Banks Will Have to Cut Ties to Sanctioned Oligarchs, U.S. Says

London has for decades served as a haven for Russia’s wealthiest families. Russian investors own swaths of high-end real estate there.

India’s Economic Woes Are Piercing Modi’s Aura of Invulnerability

India’s Economic Woes Are Piercing Modi’s Aura of Invulnerability

Dilip and Manish Patel had to shut down their family’s cloth business in Surat, in Gujarat State. When Prime Minister Narendra Modi tightened the currency supply, the businessmen kept coming up short on cash for their payroll.

‘There’s No Law’: Political Crisis Sends Nicaraguans Fleeing

‘There’s No Law’: Political Crisis Sends Nicaraguans Fleeing

Part of the line outside the passport office in Managua, the Nicaraguan capital, on a recent Saturday.

More Black Officials in Power in Cuba as Leadership Changes

More Black Officials in Power in Cuba as Leadership Changes

Paying homage to Fidel Castro at Plaza de la Revolucion in Havana in 2016.

In Nigeria, Another Mass Kidnapping Stirs Painful Memories and Anger

In Nigeria, Another Mass Kidnapping Stirs Painful Memories and Anger

An empty classroom at the school in Dapchi, Nigeria, where dozens of girls went missing after Boko Haram attacked the village.

As Afghan Attacks Intensify, So Does Anger at Country’s Leaders

As Afghan Attacks Intensify, So Does Anger at Country’s Leaders

Security by the site of an attack near a military academy in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Monday.

Huge Oil Spill Spreads in East China Sea, Stirring Environmental Fears

Huge Oil Spill Spreads in East China Sea, Stirring Environmental Fears

A collision involving the Sanchi — shown being doused at right before it sank — created what appeared to be the largest tanker oil spill since 1991. Environmentalists and marine experts are concerned about the oil slick’s threat to sea and bird life in the East China Sea.

ISIS Declares War on Hamas, and Gaza Families Disown Sons in Sinai

ISIS Declares War on Hamas, and Gaza Families Disown Sons in Sinai

A Gaza man, Hamza al-Zamli, second from left, orders the execution of a captive accused of smuggling weapons to Hamas in a propaganda video by the Sinai branch of the Islamic State.

Grounded and Gutted, Main Afghan Airline Struggles After Taliban Attack

Grounded and Gutted, Main Afghan Airline Struggles After Taliban Attack

Kam Air employees with the coffins of Ukrainian colleagues who were killed in the weekend attack on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul.

Mexico Delivers Another Defeat to the Status Quo in Latin America

Mexico Delivers Another Defeat to the Status Quo in Latin America

Supporters of Andrés Manuel López Obrador celebrated his presidential election victory in Mexico City on Sunday.

In Duterte’s Philippines, Having a Beer Can Now Land You in Jail

In Duterte’s Philippines, Having a Beer Can Now Land You in Jail

Edwin Panis, 45, was arrested in June for drinking outdoors in a Manila slum, part of a police crackdown on minor infractions. “The war on drugs has become a war on drunks,” he said.

The Albino Community in Ghana: ‘I’m Motivated to Believe That I Can Survive’

The Albino Community in Ghana: ‘I’m Motivated to Believe That I Can Survive’

Bernice Agboada, 19, an aspiring model, in Ashaiman, Ghana.


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