The military carried out torture, murder, and other crimes against civilians following the February 1 coup, the human rights group Fortify Rights and Yale Law School's Schell Center said in a report.
Sexual abuse and harassment has become frequent in British schools and colleges, according to an Ofsted survey of 900 young students from 32 education institutions.
Ethiopian Human Rights Commission says at least 123 people were killed and some 500 injured amid one of worst outbreaks of ethnic violence in the country in years.
In a special report, Reuters unpacks and delivers the most detailed account to date of what went wrong with the dosing in the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine trial.
Senior US officials “dissuaded President Donald Trump from moving ahead with a military strike” against Iran on Thursday, warning him an attack could escalate into a broader conflict in the last weeks of his presidency, the New York Times reported.
A UN-led report said China, US and India together produced 10.1 million tonnes, 6.9 million tonnes and 3.2 million tonnes of e-waste respectively in 2019. Together the three countries accounted for nearly 38 percent of the world's e-waste last year.
A UN Group of Experts on the Democratic Republic of Congo found in its annual report that at least 1.1 tonnes of gold were smuggled out of Ituri province alone in 2019.
The UN human rights office called on the Philippine government in a new report to end all violence targeting suspected drug offenders and to disband private and state-backed paramilitary groups.
Behind closed doors, the Democratic-led panel voted 13 to 9 to officially adopt and issue the report to the House Judiciary Committee, which is tasked with drafting articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
UN report seen by Reuters showed that North Korea “used cyberspace to launch increasingly sophisticated attacks to steal funds from financial institutions and cryptocurrency exchanges to generate income.”
A Human Rights Watch report says the Iraqi and Kurdistan Regional Government authorities have charged hundreds of children with terrorism for alleged Daesh affiliation and urges them to rehabilitate and reintegrate the children into society.
Since the civil war began in 2011, Assad's regime launched 98 percent of such attacks, a German-based institute reports.
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