Monthly Archives: September 2020
Over the past week, the number of daily new cases has reached nearly 7,000 among a population of 9 million, severely straining the resources of some hospitals.
In its latest report, the group also said that rival authorities in eastern Libya forcibly expelled several thousand migrants “without due process or the opportunity to challenge their deportation.”
Relations between the two U.S. allies have deteriorated sharply over the past year over war-time history and trade.
The outcome of Taylor’s case demonstrates the vast disconnect between widespread public expectation of justice and the limits of the law when police use deadly force.
Swiss health authorities have ordered a quarantine for a staggering 2,500 students at a prestigious hospitality management school.
Thousands of Belarus citizens have taken part in more than six weeks of rallies against the authoritarian leader’s reelection, which the opposition says was rigged.
An AP investigation found an invisible workforce consisting of millions of laborers, many of them enduring various forms of exploitation, with the most serious abuses including child labor, outright slavery and allegations of rape.
Mourners booed Trump as he made a rare public appearance at the Supreme Court, where ‘RBG’ was lying in repose.
Monique Agostino, 25, was convicted of helping some teen boys with a string of burglaries in Sydney, Australia.
Trump returned to health care amid disapproval of his administration’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic and growing uncertainty about the future of the Obama-era Affordable Care Act.