The United Nations on Friday released a “searing” report on the human rights situation in South Sudan, documenting what the human rights office called a military-perpetrated “scorched earth policy” against civilians.
The report detailed shocking violence perpetrated against South Sudanese, including rape and sexual violence and “cases of civilians being burned alive and cut to pieces.” The report says many of the violations may amount to war crimes and/or crimes against humanity.
A Danish children’s rights campaigner and her husband were both found guilty on Friday of people trafficking for driving a family of Syrian refugees to their Copenhagen home and then to the city’s railway station.
Kosovo’s government is to buy a new body scanner in an attempt to stop opposition members using tear gas in parliament.
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Ireland’s new parliament met for the first time since the general election on Feb. 26 but failed to elect a new prime minister.
Puerto Rico’s Department of Justice charged a homeless man with the murder of an eight-year-old boy who was killed inside his own home six years ago.
Flint Mayor Karen Weaver says that the city will stop sending water bills to residents who have been receiving water that is tainted with lead.
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North Korea fired two missiles into the Sea of Japan early Thursday morning, South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reported.
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