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Thu, 22 Feb 2018 11:30:00 -0500


Amnesty Says Politics of Fear, Hate Being Normalized by Some Leaders
Amnesty International's annual report documents human rights violations in nearly 160 countries and claims 2017 saw the politics of hate and fear normalized by some of the most powerful leaders in the world. In its newly released report, Amnesty says actions by leaders in Egypt, the Philippines, Venezuela, China, Russia and the United States have been undermining the rights of millions. “They have openly defied human rights laws or call for others to defy human rights laws. ...

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 09:43:18 -0500


Poachers Killing Elephants, Their Protectors in Northern Cameroon
Cameroon says a wave of attacks by armed elephant poachers has killed at least eight soldiers and rangers in a northern national park. The poachers killed elephants too, further shrinking the population of the increasingly endangered animals. A decomposing carcass of an elephant without its tusks lies in Cameroon's Bouba Ndjida national park some 17 kilometers from the border with Chad.   Forest ranger Lamza Abdoulahi says two of his colleagues were killed less than a week ago...

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 09:33:58 -0500


Not Much Fanfare as Mugabe Marks 94th Birthday
Last year, Zimbabwe's government declared the birthday of longtime leader Robert Mugabe a public holiday. Oh, what a difference a few months make. There was none of the usual fanfare today as the now former president celebrated his 94th birthday. But the official holiday still went on. The holiday was first announced last August, just three months before Robert Mugabe was forced out under military pressure. Since then, the former president has not spoken in public. Some Zimbabweans...

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 09:30:28 -0500


African Asylum Seekers Facing Expulsion Have Embraced Israel
Even as he faces a potential deportation from Israel, 30-year-old Eritrean asylum seeker Johny Goytiom Kafl brims with satisfaction as he looks out upon thousands of fellow protesters rallying against the impending expulsions, all while peacefully secured by police. It’s such displays of civil action that he most admires about his adoptive home of the past nine years since he escaped one of the world’s most oppressive regimes, and then faced torture, kidnapping and abuse during his exodus...

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 05:09:10 -0500


Some of Missing Nigerian Schoolgirls Rescued
Authorities in Nigeria say some of the schoolgirls who were reportedly abducted since their school was attacked by Boko Haram militants earlier this week have been rescued. The missing schoolgirls were discovered at a border town between the states of the Yobe and Borno Wednesday, two days after armed gunmen stormed the Government Girls Science Secondary School in the town of Dapchi in the northeastern state of Yobe. People with direct knowledge of the matter said 91 students were...

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