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The reluctance of European banks to do business with Iran is threatening to undermine the nuclear deal the Islamic republic reached last year.
The State Department lacks a rigorous protocol to ensure that US equipment doesn't find its way into the hands of Egyptian units flagged as human rights abusers, even as it has itself criticized Egypt's rights record.
Disagreements over how many weapons and people Machar can bring with him have repeatedly stalled his return to Juba after more than two years of civil war.
The US State Department Maintains a Hands-Off Approach to Honduras, Despite Wave of Activist Murders
Over 100 activists have been killed in Honduras since 2009, including two leading environmental and indigenous rights campaigners in the past month.
Just days after the high profile killing of the son of a prominent Burundian human rights activist, Rawanda's President Paul Kagame urged Burundi to avoid reverting to the ethnic violence that engulfed both countries in the 1990s.
Clinton said she wished that she "made a different choice" about the email server she used for both personal and government matters as secretary of state.
More than 7,000 pages of emails from Clinton’s time as Secretary of State were just made public, the largest batch yet to be released as part of a VICE News FOIA lawsuit.
Clinton's emails are being released on a monthly basis in response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by VICE News.
In his first address to Africa's most populous nation, the 72-year-old former military dictator said they would face the group head on, while also stressing commitment to rescuing the Chibok schoolgirls.
Jamal Kiyemba, a former Guantanamo Bay detainee residing in Uganda, was reportedly arrested Tuesday along with several other suspects accused of killing the prosecutor in al Shabaab-linked terror case.
The agency cites falling oil prices as a reason to revisit whether or not constructing the pipeline would lead to an increase in greenhouse gas emissions.