Automakers including Tesla, General Motors, Volkswagen and Toyota are failing to ensure they are not using forced labor as part of their China supply chains, a report by Human Rights Watch says.
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U.S. officials maintained Friday that Ukraine has provided written assurances to minimize civilian casualties with the use of the controversial munitions.
Human Rights Watch suggests that Ukraine scattered so-called petal mines in and around the city of Izium. Petal mines are prohibited under the 1997 Mine Ban Treaty, of which Ukraine is a signatory.
After outcry, Harvard restores fellowship for leading human rights advocate who criticized Israeli policies.
Images of dead civilians in the streets of Bucha shocked the world and intensified concerns of Russian war crimes in Ukraine. Officials want more military aid, and bigger consequences for Russia.
Human rights advocates have decried the accusations as "baseless" and say the trial is meant to sideline political opponents of Prime Minister Hun Sen, who has been in power for more than 30 years.
Once fired, cluster munitions open in midair and rain down dozens or even hundreds of smaller submunitions, or "bomblets," over a large area the size of one or several football fields.
Afro-Cuban rapper Yotuel Romero discusses the song that won Song of the Year and inspired protesters in one of the biggest waves of demonstrations in Cuba in decades.
Six weeks ago, DHS promised a quick investigation into images of Border Patrol agents on horses menacing Haitian migrants at the border. Critics say the discipline system needs an overhaul.
Members of Guinea's military arrested the country's president Sunday. Col. Mamady Doumbouya, the coup's leader, said he was dissolving the country's constitution and government.