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“Right now there are no rules,” a war correspondent who was at Hamid Karzai International Airport, in Kabul, told VICE World News.
As the first outside journalists to access the last rebel stronghold in Jebel Marra in five years, we found that millions are still trapped in vast makeshift camps, and the area is awash in guns.
At least 138 people deported from the U.S. have been subsequently murdered in El Salvador.
Human Rights Watch's report details how Beijing has exported its "Orwellian" system all over the world.
Activists say the law grants the government sweeping powers and could lead to censorship.
"Since she escaped trouble to seek our help... we will not send anyone to their death,” said Thai authorities.
The president says his ticket is "complimentary," but some are calling it a contradiction.
Before they can rebuild Mosul, volunteers first have to clear the corpses.
According to a new report from Human Rights Watch.
Burmese security forces had “committed widespread rape” against Rohingya women and girls as part of a brutal ethnic cleansing that has forced more than 600,000 Rohingyas to flee their homes.
As queer Egyptians face arrest and police entrapment, activists there told us it's more important than ever to fight government disinformation and propoganda, any way they can.
The United Nations had recommendations on LGBT rights, the blasphemy law, nuclear weapons, and the death penalty. How did Indonesian officials respond?