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Video: She Escaped Brutal Domestic Violence – Now the US Government Wants to Send Her Back Pakistan: Garment Workers’ Rights at Risk “No Room to Bargain” Call for expressions of interest to become a local champion in Futures Literacy in Africa Dutch Postcode Lottery Continues Support Human Rights Giving Myanmar’s overlooked groups a voice on the airwaves Registrations now open: World Press Freedom Day 2019, Addis Ababa Disappearances of South Sudanese Critics Demand a Response Conduct of hostilities: Challenges in today’s armed conflicts Nigeria: Changing lives one brick at a time. Hong Kong Moves to Make Disrespecting Chinese Anthem a Crime Brazil Seeks to Privatize Key Stretches of Amazon Highways Italy Accuses France of 'Impoverishing Africa' As Migration Tensions Erupt Foreign Development in Myanmar Sparks Concern Over Transparency, Regulation US Senate to Vote on Competing Plans to End Shutdown North Korean Missiles No Surprise, But May Impact Upcoming Talks Thai General Elections, First Since 2014 Coup, Set for March Ex-Chinese Diplomat-Turned-Dissident Reportedly Detained in China Voters Are Deciding Extent of Muslim Autonomy in Philippines In Congo, the Tshisekedi No One Had Expected Takes Power Businesses Sound Alarm as UK Says Prepare for No-Deal Brexit Russia Presents Info on Missile US Says Violates Pact Far-right Lawmakers Walk 0ut of Holocaust Tribute in Bavaria Cuban poet Roberto Fernández Retamar to receive 2019 International UNESCO/José Martí Prize India: Police fire shotgun pellets at journalists in Kashmir, injuring four US: Protect Right to Asylum for Domestic Violence Yemen: Preparations under way for the release and transfer of detainees Afghanistan: Record number of disabled Afghans seek assistance in ICRC’s 30th year Physical rehabilitation in Afghanistan: Touching nearly 178,000 in 30 years Pakistan: Garment Workers’ Rights at Risk Transitional Justice in Tunisia—a Transition to What? US Supreme Court Says Transgender Military Ban Can Go Ahead Thailand: Joint Statement on MoU to End Immigration Detention of Children First-ever International Day of Education – 24 January 2019 Italy Accuses France of ‘Impoverishing Africa’ as Migration Tensions Erupt Davos Annual Meeting Open Amid Trade Wars, Slow Growth and Brexit Venezuela Sponsors Flights for Migrants to Leave Ecuador After Murder Elizabeth Warren Pledges Help During Visit to Puerto Rico 3 From Michigan Charged with Planning to Aid Islamic State Senate to Vote on Rival Bills to End Shutdown Supervisor of Navy SEAL Charged in War Crime Case Afghanistan: A young man on the road to a new found life Trials in China Kept Secret by Silencing Lawyers Laos: Investigate Disappearance of 3 Thai Dissidents UN denial it handed activist names to China contradicted by Dutch FM disclosures South African Leader Calls for Lifting of Zimbabwe Sanctions Iran Summons Swiss Envoy Over Detention of US-Born TV Anchor US Supreme Court Declines Action on DACA Britain's Brexit-Battered Party Leaders 'Hope Something Turns Up' White House Indicates Some Kind of State of Union Address Next Tuesday US Vice President to Venezuelan Opposition: 'We Are With You' 6 Remain Missing After Black Sea Ship Fire Italy's Salvini Lashes Out at Macron as 'Terrible President' Death Toll in Mexico Pipeline Fire Rises to 93 US: Upcoming Mideast Conference Not Aimed at Demonizing Iran Russian Lawyer: Suspected US Spy Had Classified Material on Him Lawyers: Immigrant Kids' Detention Is Prolonged, Unexplained Talk About Highway Speed Limit Divides Germans Trump Administration to Ask Supreme Court to Decide Census Dispute US - #WeeklyAddress: January 14 - 20: American-Iranian journalist Marzieh Hashemi arrested at St. Louis airport Amending Guatemala ‘reconciliation law’ would lead to unjust amnesty, warns Bachelet New UN bullying report calls for ‘safe, inclusive’ schools for all children Trump Vows 'No Cave In' on Border Wall Demand 'Sex Trainer,' Escort 'Nastya Rybka' Released But Remains Suspect, Lawyer Says Pope Heads to Panama to Celebrate World Youth Day Cameroon Mobilizes Military Following Boko Haram, Separatist Attacks Africa 54 Supreme Court Upholds Trump Restrictions on Transgender Military Service Kenya Reopens DusitD2 Hotel, One Week after Deadly Attack Tensions Between Israel and Iran Rise Over Syria A New Generation Takes up the Hunt for Dead Sea Scrolls Shaka: Extra Time China Demands US Drop Huawei Extradition Request With Canada 3 Charged With Planned Explosive Attack on Muslim Community in New York Witnesses Reveal Chilling Details of Zimbabwe Violence Top US Diplomat for Europe Resigns Pelosi Works Her Health Care Strategy From Ground Up Boys School Shuts Down Amid Fallout Over Washington Videos AP Explains: Why Are France and Germany Renewing Their Vows? Erdogan Visits Moscow with Looming Turkish Military Op in Syria Giuliani Fears His Tombstone Will Say, 'He Lied for Trump' January 22, 2019 School violence and bullying a major global issue, new UNESCO publication finds The 16th edition of The Week of Sound starting this week at UNESCO More than 100 press freedom violations in Sudan since start of protests AP photographer killed while covering clashes between militias in Tripoli Amending Guatemala ‘reconciliation law’ would lead to unjust amnesty for rights violators: Bachelet Children in the Philippines as Crime Scapegoats Serbia : RSF expects concrete measures from Vucic after formal meeting in Belgrade Vacancy: Forensic Specialist First-ever International day of Education to celebrate its key role for peace and development Following a case filed by RSF, UN calls on China to release ailing journalist, victim of torture Mali-Niger: Climate change and conflict make an explosive mix in the Sahel Poll Shows Strong Opposition to ‘Killer Robots’ Israel wins VP spot on UN committee overseeing human rights groups Highlights from our humanitarian action in 2018 Libya: Nightmarish Detention for Migrants, Asylum Seekers No Escape from Hell Libya: Nightmarish Detention for Migrants, Asylum Seekers World’s human rights watchdog spotlights Afghanistan, Yemen and 12 others: Here’s the scoop Human rights are ‘key’ for economic policymaking says UN expert Ecuador: Authorities must seriously address situations of violence, without encouraging xenophobia Oscars Documentary Shortlist and Human Rights US-Iranian journalist held without charge in the US Journalist murdered in northwestern Mexico Nigeria: Disbandment of FSARS not enough to end police atrocities Israel Confirms Military Strike on Iranian Targets in Syria China's 2018 Economic Growth Edges Down Amid Trade War 6.7-Magnitude Quake Hits Chile Russian Media Watchdog Moves Against Facebook, Twitter Indonesian Presidential Debate Highlights Disagreements Senator Kamala Harris Jumps Into Presidential Race EU Sanctions Russians, Syrians Over Use of Chemical Weapons Germany Transfers More Asylum Seekers to Other EU Countries Venezuela Forces Clash with Protesters after Reported Mutiny Uganda Seeks to Regulate Fish Maw Trade World Economy Forecast to Slow in 2019 Amid Trade Tensions For the Poor, Safety Net in a Shutdown Doesn't Feel Safe Few Signs of Breakthrough as May Set to Unveil Brexit Plan B King Holiday Draws out Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Germany Bans Iran's Mahan Air amid Security Concerns House Democrats Eager to Bring DeVos Under Closer Oversight After 2016 Ruling, Battles Over Juvenile Lifer Cases Persist China's Strategy to Unify with Taiwan Sparks Anger China Grants Ivanka Trump 5 Trademarks Amid Trade Talks Nigeria's 27M Disabled Wait Decades for Public Access Who Will Write Our History? by Roberta Grossman documentary to be screened in 45 countries simultaneously 8 things we must do to tackle humanitarian crises in 2019 Implementing international humanitarian law: Progress and activities in the Americas 2016-2017 Report Humanitarian Issues to Figure Prominently at Davos Forum IRA Dissidents Suspected in Northern Ireland Car Bomb Blast Minister: UK Faces 'Political Tsunami' if Brexit Halted World's Oldest Living Man Dies Lebanon Uses Arab Summit to Call for Syrian Refugees' Return Sudan Police Clash with Demonstrators in Fresh Protests 8 Killed in Attack on UN Peacekeepers in Mali North Korean Art Troupe to Visit China With Trump Out, Davos Chief Eyes Fixing World Architecture Israeli Leader Visits Africa to Restore Relations with Chad Congo Calm After Court Upholds Election Win of Tshisekedi Sudanese-British Billionaire Mo Ibrahim Calls on Sudan’s Al-Bashir to Stop Deadly Protest Crackdowns Turkish Employee of US Consulate Indicted for Espionage Trump Assails Pelosi's Rejection of 'Compromise' to End Government Shutdown Demonstrators in Greece Rally to Protest Deal With Macedonia Death Toll Reaches 79 in Mexico Fuel Pipeline Fire January 20, 2019 Zimbabwe President Ends Foreign Tour After Protests Democrats Reject Trump's Offer to End US Government Shutdown Moscow 'Trump Tower' Talks Lasted Through 2016, Lawyer Says Overcoming disability and unemployment in Gaza Marching to End Child Marriage in Massachusetts Director General condemns killing of Samir Ali Hussein Shgara in Iraq Director-General urges investigation into murder of investigative journalist Ahmed Hussein Suale in Ghana Thailand: Insurgents Kill Buddhist Monks Trump’s Family Separation Affected ‘Thousands’ More Children Than Previously Known LGBT Activists Are Using Visual Arts to Change Hearts and Minds in Bangladesh Morocco: Abandon Attempts to Dissolve Cultural Group Vigilante Raid on Indonesian HIV Group Sudan: Hundreds of Protesters Arrested UN rights expert calls for civilian protection as fighting escalates between military and armed group Radical Cleric Linked to Bali Bombing to Be Freed from Prison ICC Grants Prosecution Request to Keep Ex-Ivory Coast President Gbagbo in Custody VOA Our Voices 108: The Black Experience, America and Beyond Talks Between US, NKorea Take Place in Sweden New Caravan of Honduran Migrants Crosses Into Mexico Canada Dismisses China's Warning of Huawei Ban Repercussions EU Wants to Exclude Agriculture From Trade Talks With US Spokesman: Myanmar Army Kills 13 Rebels in Rakhine Clashes Africa 54 Protester's Funeral Becomes New Flashpoint in Sudan Unrest Divisions Overshadow Lebanon's Arab Summit as Few Leaders Come to Beirut Pelosi Delays Afghan Trip After Trump Leaks Travel Plans Identity of Nairobi Attack Suspect Shocks Neighbors US House to Probe Report Trump Directed Lawyer to Lie to Congress Kenya Seeking Further Suspects in Nairobi Terrorist Attack Israel Reveals More about Its Military Engagement with Iran in Syria UN to Zimbabwe: Stop Violent Crackdown Against Protesters Zimbabwe, DR Congo Top Human Rights Watchdog Concerns May's Foes Gather as Britain's Brexit Stalemate Drags On Prince Philip, 97, Recovering After Car Crash UN rights office calls on Zimbabwe Government to end ‘crackdown’ in response to fuel protests Nigeria: Satellite imagery shows charred remains of Rann after Boko Haram attack UNESCO hosts debate on ethics of new technologies and artificial intelligence “Tech Futures: Hope or Fear?” Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) named as World Capital of Architecture for 2020 Human Rights Watch: World's Autocrats Face Rising Resistance Why is Kenya a Target for Somalia-Based al-Shabab Terrorists? Report: Trump Told Attorney Cohen to Lie to Congress Vietnam Gains Bargaining Power Over China in Conduct at Sea Talks Early Surge of Democratic Contenders for 2020 Early Surge of Democratic Contenders for 2020 US Syria Withdrawal Risks Vital Strategic Interests US Syria Withdrawal Risks Vital Strategic Interests Where Americans Are Moving DRC Rejects African Union Call to Suspend Presidential Election Indigenous Peoples Stage Solidarity March on Washington Watchdog: Thousands More Children May Have Been Separated Police: Death Toll From Colombia Car Bomb Rises to 21 Amnesty Slams ‘Shameful’ EU Policy as Migrant Boats Barred From Ports Top US Navy Officer Urges China to Avoid Confrontations Chinese Tech Giant Huawei Faces Growing Backlash Zimbabwe in 'Total Internet Shutdown' Amid Violent Crackdown Students in Germany, Switzerland Demand Action on Climate Change EU Could Snub US-Mideast Meeting Over Iran Concerns North Carolina Elections Board Let Green Card Holder Vote Vacancy: Movement Cooperation Finance and Administration Officer Madagascar: Next president must tackle historic rights violations Gilles Carbonnier visits India, 7-11 January 2019 Letter to Amazon: Face Surveillance Technology Breaking the Buzzword: Fighting the “Gender Ideology” Myth Court Decisions on LGBT Rights Echo ‘A Wild Wish’ Breaking the Buzzword: Fighting the “Gender Ideology” Myth You Should Be Worrying about the Woman Shortage Brazil: Bolsonaro Should Address Crime Lawfully Iran: Unrelenting Repression Pakistan: Uphold Rights to Speech, Dissent Turkey: State of Emergency Ends, but Not Repression Bahrain: Unabated Repression Mauritania: Repressive Laws Restrict Peaceful Speech Egypt: New Moves to Crush Dissent Singapore: Free Expression Targeted Thailand: Unrelenting Repression Ahead of Election Southern Africa: New Leaders Can Do More for Rights Libya: Civilians Under Threat from Militias Yemen: Civilians Bombed, Shelled, Starved Indonesia: Inadequate Efforts to Curb Intolerance Malaysia: Human Rights Make Major Gains China: Xi Doubles Down on Repression Philippines: Crackdown Against Critics Intensifies Ex Trump Lawyer Cohen Paid Man to Rig Online Polls Killers of Star Kazakh Skater Get 18 Years in Prison For UK's May, Quitting Not an Option Africa 54 Israeli Mystery Man Who Could Challenge Netanyahu Speaks, Briefly Zimbabwe, DR Congo Top Human Rights Watchdog Concerns Watchdog: Many More Migrant Families May Have Been Separated 9 Dead in Car Bombing in Colombia Capital Journalist in Ghana Who Exposed Soccer Corruption Shot Dead American's Brother Says Russia Delays Consular Prison Visit Indonesian Presidential Candidates Spar Over Corruption Professor Offers Students Higher Grade for More Sleep Trump, Pelosi Trade Taunts Over Border Wall, Government Shutdown Zimbabwe Slowly Returns to Normalcy After Violent Protests New US Bill Would Offer Temporary Status to Venezuelans US State Department Recalls Furloughed Employees Amid Shutdown Russia Detains Model Claiming Trump Secrets Trump Says Wall Will Stop Drugs, but Facts Differ Report: Morocco Foils 89,000 Illegal Migration Attempts in 2018 :Kurdish Peshmerga Warn IS Taking Refuge on Northern Iraq Mountain Range Sudan: UN rights chief alarmed over ‘excessive force’, alleged use of live fire against protestors Ghanaian investigative reporter shot dead while driving in Accra Russia: Bleak Year for Human Rights EU: Leaders Stoke Fear, Ignore Rights Ukraine: Human Rights Backsliding as Election Looms Central Asia: Want Investment? Protect Rights Armenia: Human Rights Challenges for New Leadership Qatar: Partial Reforms Risk Undermining Progress World Report 2019: Reversing Autocrats’ Attacks on Rights Lebanon: Rights Bills Stalled in Parliament Saudi Arabia: Increased Repression Brings Scrutiny UAE: Injustice, Intolerance, Repression US: Central Americans Have a Legal Right to Seek Asylum Cambodia: Repression Tightens Since Sham Election Nepal: Address Transitional Justice Myanmar: Rights Catastrophe Deepens Vietnam: Intensifying Rights Crackdown Maldives: Act on Human Rights Pledges India: Growing Crackdown on Activists, Rights Groups Kenya: Attack on Nairobi Hotel China: Three journalists sentenced to prison terms Iranian Prisoners’ Hunger Strike Is a Plea for Basic Rights Letter to Google: Face Surveillance Technology Letter to Microsoft: Face Surveillance Technology East Africa: Shrinking Civic Space Central American women fleeing domestic violence deserve refugee status ICRC's first massive open online course (MOOC) on sustainability in humanitarian action Now a 2020 Candidate, Gillibrand Builds Campaign on Gender US Says China’s Death Sentence Against Canadian Political Zimbabwe NGOs, Opposition Accuse Security Forces of Brutalizing Protestors Pelosi Suggests Trump Delay State of the Union Address Thousands March in Belgrade in Anti-Government Protest $5 Billion for the Border Wall and Standing Firm Britain's May Survives No-Confidence Vote Greek PM Tsipras Survives No-Confidence Vote WSJ: US Investigating Huawei for Alleged Trade Secret Theft US Senate Upholds Lifting Sanctions on Russian's Companies Canadian Kidnapped in Northern Burkina Faso Busiest US Port Sets All-Time Cargo Record in 2018 Does US President Have to Give State of the Union Speech? No Supermodel Gisele Fires Back at Criticism from Brazil Farm Minister Trump EPA Chief Pick: Global Warming Not 'Greatest Crisis' Kenyan President: Attack, Siege on Nairobi Hotel Is Over Ex-Marine Held in Russia on Spying Charge Gets Prison Visit Zimbabwe NGOs, Opposition Accuse Security Forces of Brutalizing Protesters Rights Groups Worry Barr Will Continue Sessions' Policies 12 Charged in Detention of Venezuelan Opposition Leader Nearly 900 reportedly killed following ‘shocking’ intercommunal attacks in DR Congo Iran: women hunger strikers entitled to medical care, UN rights experts urge Syria denies killing children at UN review session International community urged to push harder for Azerbaijani blogger’s release Cameroonian journalist’s arbitrary detention referred to UN Working Group More urgency needed to help increasing numbers ‘locked out’, before 2030, says UN’s Bachelet Hope for Justice for Murdered Rwandan Critic Asia and the Pacific: Conference highlights working together for better prison health The ICRC develops its first massive open online course (MOOC) on sustainability in humanitarian action Zimbabwe: Security Forces Fire on Protesters Human Rights in 2018: Ten Issues That Made Headlines Mexico: The Other Disappeared Pompeo’s Visit to Bahrain Ignores Rights Issues Eight Years After it Launched the Arab Spring, Tunisia Still Struggles With the Legacy of Dictatorship Submission by Human Rights Watch to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights on Senegal Call for international inquiry into triple murder of Russian journalists in CAR Call for international enquiry into triple murder of Russian journalists in CAR International Criminal Court acquits former president Gbagbo of war crimes in Côte d’Ivoire Brexit Uncertainty Risks UK Rights Zimbabwe: Crackdown escalates on protests over massive fuel price hikes, hundreds arrested RSF decries Montenegrin journalist’s 18-month jail sentence Cote d’Ivoire: Acquittal of Gbagbo and Blé Goudé a crushing disappointment to victims of post-election violence China: RSF and NGO coalition demand release of citizen-journalist, jailed for life Pentagon Agrees to Extended Role on US-Mexico Border Mission British Lawmakers to Vote on Brexit Deal Sudan’s NISS steps up harassment of media again China must revoke death sentence against Canadian citizen for drug crimes Fadil Aliriza Military Intelligence Agencies Torture Dissidents’ Relatives in Venezuela “They Just Want to Silence Us” Human Rights Watch Letter of Concern Regarding the Nomination of William Barr to be Attorney General Military Intelligence Agencies Torture Dissidents’ Relatives Human Rights Council Membership Has Its Consequences Russian Authorities Increase Pressure on Crimean Human Rights Lawyer List of Issues Submission to the United Nations Human Rights Committee During its Periodic Review of the US Trump Mulls Border Emergency to Fund Wall Trump Vows to 'Never Back Down' on Border Wall Demand California Power Company to File for Bankruptcy Over Wildfire Liabilities Britain Heads for Constitutional Fight Between Parliament, Government UN Investigating Brutal November Massacre in Haiti 2nd Judge Blocks Trump Rules for Birth Control Insurance Coverage Texas Couple, Convicted of Enslaving Guinean Girl, Await Sentencing Bolsonaro is 'Hitler!' Venezuela's Maduro Exclaims Amid Brazil Spat Report: Middle East Regions Resisting Sectarianism Attorney General Nominee to Face Tough Questioning Congressman Loses Committee Posts Over Racist Remarks Investigation Topics Planned by House Democrats A Look at Upcoming Investigations by House Committees Trump Administration Considers Easing Restrictions on Drones A Look at the History and Importance of Congress' Power to Investigate Cameroon: 4 Nationals Freed After Being Held by Rebels in CAR Greek PM Faces No-Confidence Vote in Parliament Gabon's President Returns Home After Extended Medical Leave Submission for the Human Rights Committee for the Upcoming Periodic Review of the United States of America US — #WeeklyAddress: January 7 – 13: President Trump repeatedly attacks media on Twitter Ahead of street protests, UN rights chief urges Guatemalan Government to respect democratic freedoms World ‘not yet on track’ to ensure children a better future: UN rights chief Top Tweets of the Week: Nov 24-Dec 1 US, Saudi Arabia Agree on Need for De-Escalation in Yemen Voice Recorder of Crashed Indonesian Jetliner Found Remote Military Outpost will Help Indonesia Resist Chinese Maritime Expansion Pompeo: US will Continue to Seek Accountability for Khashoggi Murder Top Trump Senate Ally Urges President to Reopen Shutdown Government Trump Warns Turkey of Economic Devastation if It Attacks Kurds in Syria Detroit Auto Show, and Industry, Prepare for Transition Polish Mayor Stabbed at Charity Event, Condition Very Serious Trump Warns Turkey Against Hitting Syrian Kurds Zimbabwe President Doubles Price of Gas as Fuel Crisis Bites UK PM May: Rejecting Brexit Would Be Catastrophic Hundreds Rally in Sudan's Capital for Al-Bashir's Ouster French Media Denounce Violent 'Yellow Vest' Attacks on Press Pompeo: US to Seek Accountability for Khashoggi Murder Trump Dismisses New Allegations He Is Beholden to Putin US Warns German Firms of Possible Sanctions over Russia Pipeline Death Toll in Suspected Paris Gas Explosion at 4 Nuclear Chief Says Iran Exploring New Uranium Enrichment Congo Runner-up: Country's Ruling Party is Desperate Trump: 'Broken Border' More Damaging Than Government Shutdown January 13, 2019 Partial US Government Shutdown Enters Week 4 Congressman Blasted for Defense of White Nationalism Regional Bloc Urges Vote Recount in DRC Poll Venezuelan Opposition Leader Released After Apparent Detention Germany Braces for Travel Disruptions Due to Airport Strikes Arab Nations Inch Toward Rehabilitating Syria's Assad Top Trump Senate Ally Urges President to Reopen Shuttered Parts of Government France's Macron Calls Fellow Citizens to National Debate Life in the Crosshairs of Venezuelan Intelligence Saudi Woman Had Courage, Perseverance and Global Support New Afghan Defense Minister Should Face Investigation, Sanctions Why Doesn’t Trump Talk about This Man? Voice for Reason Silenced in Brazil’s Maelstrom of Violence Bosnia and Herzegovina: 7,000 lives still missing Canada grants asylum for Saudi teen who fled family: UNHCR Syria: US withdrawal does not erase Coalition’s duty towards Raqqa’s devastated civilians Launching of a MOOC for the judiciary in Africa on Freedom of Expression ‘Critical test’ for North Korea’s Government as civilian suffering remains rife, warns UN rights expert Syria: US troop withdrawal does not erase Coalition’s duty towards Raqqa’s devastated civilians Gitmo: Time to close the damn thing Ex-President Karzai Betrays Afghan Women Journalist missing in North-East Syria for past five years UNESCO Director-General to visit Spain 14-15 January Journalist missing in Syrian Kurdistan for past five years Local Texas GOP Refuses to Oust Party Official Over his Faith New Taiwan Premier Appointed to Boost Popularity Canada Works With Congress, Businesses to Drop Metals Tariffs Trump Visits Border to Make Case for Wall Renewed Focus on Press Freedom 100 Days After Khashoggi's Death Syria: Deadly School Attack Was Unlawful Malaysia: Law Proposed Against Criticizing Monarchy Why Trump’s Portrayal of Undocumented Immigrants Couldn’t be More Wrong Unjustly Jailed Blogger Faces New Charges in Azerbaijan EU: Postpone Vote on Vietnam Free Trade Agreement Myanmar court confirms seven-year jail terms for Reuters journalists Gunmen Kill 4 Volunteers Guarding Southern Thailand School US: China’s Top Trade Negotiator to Visit Soon Reports: Nicaraguan Supreme Court Justice Resigns in Protest Sheriff: Missing Wisconsin Girl Found Alive; Suspect in Custody Trump's Ex-Lawyer to Testify Publicly Before Congress Smartphones Use Apps as Depression Detectives Jewish Museum Attack Trial Opens in Brussels Reports: Vegas Police Seek Ronaldo's DNA for Rape Investigation Italian Mayors, Lawmakers Call Security Decree Unconstitutional AP Explains: How Yemen's Rebels Increasingly Deploy Drones Texas Republicans Poised to Vote on Muslim Vice Chair Ouster Captured Teen IS Fighter Not US Citizen Fact Check: Trump Falsely Claims Obama Support for Wall US to Lift Sanctions Against 3 Russian Companies Report: Ex-Nazi Camp Guard Deported by US Dies in Germany Gray, Activist From Lunch Counter Protest Photo, Dies at 84 Former FEMA Boss: Border Situation Is Not Emergency WWII Bombardier, 96, Dies in Veterans Home in Louisiana Oregon Begins Killing Sea Lions After Relocation Fails US Lawmakers Demand Accountability for Killing of Saudi Journalist Senate Guarantees Federal Workers Back Pay Trump's Threat of National Emergency Declaration Explained Grisly Mexican Gang Battle Near US Border Leaves 21 Dead Fed's Powell Again Stresses Patience as US Economy's ‘Narrative' Unfolds A Bloody Day of Protest in Sudan UNESCO celebrates SIDS Knowledge Day 2018 US: Suit Filed Over Immigration FOIA Request Journalist held in northern Mozambique for covering Islamist insurrection Turkish “Paradise Papers” reporter sentenced to 13 months in prison USA: 17 years later, Guantánamo prison remains a threat to human rights Bosnia and Herzegovina: 7,000 people still missing Thailand: Insurgents Bomb School, Attack Hospital Unmet Needs Thailand Should Return Football Player Refugee To Australia, Not Bahrain China Spies on International Media in Hong Kong Tiffany and Co. Announces New Diamond Transparency Video: Venezuelan Military Officers and Families Detained, Tortured Learning literacy as a family in Mozambique UN Elects Yemen, Worst on Gender Equality, as VP at UN’s Gender Equality Agency United Kingdom: Older People Left Without Support Trump Sees Border Wall Promise as Key to Re-Election South Africa's ANC Facing Factionalism Ahead of Vote Straight Talk Africa Pompeo Meets Top Iraqi Officials During Unannounced Visit to Baghdad Graham: Attorney General Pick Barr Has Confidence in Mueller UN Envoy: Yemen Port Cease-fire Largely Holding Britain Will no Longer be Bound by EU Sanctions After Brexit Trump, California Spar Over Money for Wildfire Relief Funds Iran Says It Is Holding US Navy Veteran Kremlin Dismisses Claims Detained American Pawn in Diplomatic Game Far-Right Party Becomes Kingmaker in Spain's Andalusia — a Post-Franco First Trump's Move to Send Haitians Home Goes on Trial in New York Myths and Realities of Climate Change Salvini: Italy, Poland Want 'New Spring' in Europe January 9, 2019 Suriname Authorities Seize Record Amount of Cocaine at Port Macedonia Lawmakers in Final Debate on Renaming Country In 2019, Immigration Novels Are Especially Timely 'My Mortgage Is Due': Some US Federal Workers Seek Shutdown Cash UN Alarmed at Uprooting of Civilians in Nigeria's War With Militants ALERT: Canadian police block media access during pipeline protest on Indigenous reservation Tiffany and Co. Announces New Diamond Transparency Wall Can’t Fix Problems at Southern US Border Call for independent probe into tribal reporter’s murder in Jharkhand Venezuela: Suspected Plotters Tortured Top UN Watch Tweets of the Week: Jan 1 – Jan 6 Top Tweets of the Week: Dec 2-Dec 8 Top Tweets of the Week: Dec 9-Dec 15 Top Tweets of the Week: Dec 17-Dec 31 Top Tweets of the Week: Jan 1 – Jan 6 Australia Starts Tackling Modern Slavery Australia Starts Tackling Modern Slavery Guatemala: Termination of CICIG agreement is latest blow to the fight against impunity Africa 54 Eyeing 2020, Harris Addresses Prosecutorial Past in Memoir Somalia's Puntland Region Elects New President Report: US Navy Vet Detained in Iran Since July Former Mozambique Official Appears in Court Over $2B Loan Scandal Gabon Closes Border With Cameroon After Failed Coup Attempt Gabon Coup Attempt May Have After-Effects Russian Lawyer At Heart of Trump Tower Meeting Indicted US Sanctions Venezuelans for Alleged Participation in Currency Scheme Shaka: Extra Time Pompeo Arrives in Jordan on 8-Nation Middle East Tour Senate Democrats Boost Pressure on Trump, Republicans to End Shutdown Turkey Criticizes US Demands for Syrian Kurds' Safety EU Diplomatic Deadlock Continues Over How to Distribute Rescued Migrants Bolton's Turkey Visit Ends in Acrimony Over Syria Withdrawal Global Campaign Urges People to Run in Refugees' Shoes US Carbon Emissions Spike in 2018 January 8, 2019