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US releases video of Afghanistan drone strike that killed 10 civilians
The Pentagon has declassified and publicly released video footage of a US drone strike in Kabul that killed 10 civilians in the final hours of the chaotic American withdrawal that ended its 20-year war in Afghanistan.
Torture complaint filed against new president of Interpol
A lawyer representing a jailed human rights defender in the United Arab Emirates has filed a torture complaint against the new president of Interpol, Maj Gen Ahmed Nasser al-Raisi, as the official made his first visit to the international police agency's headquarters in the French city of Lyon.
China on high COVID alert ahead of Lunar New Year: Live
China has reported the highest number of cases since March 2020 despite a strict zero COVID' policy.
Canadian imprisoned in Egypt for years safely back in Toronto | CBC News
Mohammed el-Attar, a Canadian imprisoned in Egypt for nearly 15 years, landed safely at Toronto's Pearson airport Friday morning.
Indonesian woman flogged 100 times for adultery, man gets 15 lashes
An Indonesian woman has been flogged 100 times in conservative Aceh province for adultery while her male partner, who denied the accusations, received just 15 lashes.
Calls for release of Kabul University professor detained by Taliban
Supporters of a prominent university professor, and one of Afghanistan's most vocal critics of the Taliban, are calling for his release after he was arrested on Saturday.
We made it': Ramy Shaath arrives in France after Egypt release
Egyptian-Palestinian activist says he is overwhelmed, excited' at being freed after spending twoand-a-half years in detention.
Greece: 13 dead, others missing in new migrant boat accident
ATHENS, Greece - At least 13 people died after a migrant boat capsized in the Aegean Sea late Friday, bringing to at least 27 the combined death toll from three accidents in as many days involving migrant boats in Greek waters.
'If I'm not on social media, I'm dead': Qatari feminist activist feared murdered or detained
Human rights groups are demanding Qatari authorities show proof of life for a feminist activist, amid growing fears that she has been killed or detained.
Is Poland violating international law at its border?
Marc Lamont Hill challenges Poland's deputy foreign minister on the humanitarian crisis at the border with Belarus.