In a new report, the rights group accuses Israel of "apartheid and persecution" crimes against Palestinians. Israel's Foreign Ministry said the report's claims are "preposterous and false."
Requiring vaccines can be seen as "necessary in a democratic society," the Strasbourg-based court said in its ruling on a law governing preschool kids.
Alexei Navalny was arrested when he returned to Russia after recovering from poisoning, which he blames on Russia's president. He says the accusations against him are politically motivated.
"We were surprised that the American president issued a decision to pardon these criminals, murderers and thugs," says an Iraqi man who was shot in the 2007 massacre at Baghdad's Nisour Square.
Photojournalist Danielle Villasana shares images from 'Entitlements,' a new exhibit that showcases the resilience and perseverance of children living through war and conflict around the world.
Investigators have discovered 17 mass graves containing bodies of some of the 3,000 Yazidis killed by ISIS. For survivors, a grave with remains of older and pregnant women prompts a special anguish.
The activist's sister tells NPR her parents "saw a very weak, tired, exhausted Loujain" at her court appearance: "They said that her body was shaking, that she could barely hold the papers."
Three prominent figures in the country's embattled human rights movement were arrested after meeting with European ambassadors. The Egyptian government is accusing them of being terrorists.