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UN Wants Prosecutions for At Least 41 South Sudan Officials

UN Wants Prosecutions for At Least 41 South Sudan Officials

A UN rights commission in South Sudan said Friday there was sufficient evidence to charge at least 41 senior officers and officials with war crimes and crimes against humanity in the country’s four-year-old civil war. The UN Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan said soldiers and officials lo

Trump Warns of ‘Phase Two’ after More North Korea Sanctions

Trump Warns of ‘Phase Two’ after More North Korea Sanctions

Washington said on Friday it was imposing its largest package of sanctions to pressure North Korea to give up its nuclear missile program, and US President Donald Trump warned of a "phase two" if the steps did not work. In addressing the Trump administration's biggest national security challenge,

Ethiopia Likely to Appoint Abiy Ahmed as First Muslim Prime Minister

Ethiopia appears to be on the way to appointing its first Muslim prime minister, in a first for the African country. Dr.

Netanyahu Confidant Turns State Witness in Corruption Probe

Netanyahu Confidant Turns State Witness in Corruption Probe

A confidant of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has agreed to testify for the state in one of several probes against the long-serving premier. Shlomo Filber elected to turn state witness in what may pose a serious threat to Netanyahu’s political survival, local media said. Filber’s de

American Sentenced to Life in Jail for Killing Lebanese Neighbor

American Sentenced to Life in Jail for Killing Lebanese Neighbor

An American detainee was convicted on Tuesday of murder and committing a hate crime for killing his Lebanese neighbor in 2016. Stanley Vernon Majors, 63, was convicted earlier this month of gunning down 37-year-old Khalid Jabara outside of his Tulsa home in August 2016. The murder charge carri

Oxfam Investigates 26 Cases of Improper Sexual Misconduct

Oxfam Investigates 26 Cases of Improper Sexual Misconduct

Head of UK charity Oxfam International said on Tuesday that the organization had received 26 complaints since the probe into allegations that employees of the organization's branch in Haiti paid women for sexual acts and forced others to "have sexual acts with them in exchange for aid." Oxfam wor

200 UK Jihadis Stripped of Their Passports- Terror Chief

200 UK Jihadis Stripped of Their Passports- Terror Chief

Senior national coordinator for counterterrorism policing in the United Kingdom, Neil Basu, said that exclusion powers would be applied to about 200 of the 300 fighters in the war zone because “we operate on the principle that we don’t want you back”.

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