The complaint comes after the news last week of Snyder hiring two attorneys from private law firms to assist in the aftermath of the Flint Water Crisis.
— Engadget (@engadget) March 11, 2016
Isis launches two chemical attacks in northern Iraq https://t.co/6q3mLav2yV
— Guardian World (@guardianworld) March 12, 2016
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The United Nations 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.
A Danish children’s rights campaigner and her husband were both found guilty 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 will buy a new body scanner in an attempt to stop opposition members from using tear gas in parliament.
— Yahoo News (@YahooNews) March 12, 2016
— New Scientist (@newscientist) March 11, 2016