Images of torture by Assad regime handed over to German prosecutors

More than 27,000 images of torture and killings allegedly perpetrated by the Assad regime in Syria have been handed to…

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600,000 Sign Petition to Overturn London Uber Ban

More than 600,000 people had by Sunday signed a petition asking London transport authorities to reverse their decision not to…

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UN needs $200 million for Rohingya influx

The United Nations will need $200 million over the next six months to face the “catastrophic” influx of more than…

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Germany expels second Vietnam diplomat

Germany said Friday it had expelled a second Vietnamese diplomat over what it calls the brazen kidnapping by Hanoi agents…

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Protesters gather in Barcelona for a second day protest

Catalonia’s vice-president admitted Thursday that plans to hold an outlawed independence referendum had been dealt a major blow by a…

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