As head of state, Khieu Samphan oversaw the deaths of millions in a genocide that wiped out around 25 percent of Cambodia's population.
The Catholic Church ran more than half of the country's brutal residential schools, which forcibly assimilated 150,000 First Nations, Métis, and Inuit children.
It’s the Kremlin’s go-to propaganda line in the wake of obvious atrocities: “Don’t believe your eyes.”
It's only the eighth time the U.S. has made such a designation, which was based on survivor reports of murder and gang rape by the country's military.
The warning comes after a recent conference where hundreds of religious leaders swore to kill India’s 204 million Muslims.
A man threw paint over the Belgrade mural of Ratko Mladic, the "Butcher of Bosnia" who ordered the deaths of 18,000 people.
Protesters at the Manitoba Legislature brought down statues of the monarchs as outrage grows over residential school graves.
The incidents occur amid ongoing reports of more than 1,000 unmarked graves of Indigenous children found at former residential schools, with the latest site announced in B.C. on Wednesday.
And another Catholic church was found ablaze on Wednesday as outrage against Canada and the Church grows.
The incidents occur amid ongoing reports of unmarked graves of Indigenous peoples, mostly children, found at former residential school sites.
Against backdrop of nationwide outrage after military’s power grab, some are grappling with their complicity in Rohingya suffering.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau previously said that "genocide" is an "extremely loaded" term.