The action in Cairo supported former Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, who was militarily ousted following mass protests against his divisive one-year rule. Of the defendants sentenced, 44 are jailed and 31 are at large.
Civilians are asking why coalition forces destroyed the city, killing hundreds of the innocent in the process of “liberating” them from Islamic State.
The ruling does not mean the atrocities committed by his forces in Central African Republic did not take place, but that former Vice President Jean-Pierre Bemba cannot be held criminally responsible for them.
The detentions of at least 10 women's rights activists—seven women and three men—are seen as a culmination of a steady crackdown on perceived critics of the government.
Israel is carrying out a murderous assault against protesting Palestinians, with its armed forces attacking demonstrators who pose no imminent threat to them.
The human rights group awards the former NFL quarterback its Ambassador of Conscience Award for his peaceful protests against racial inequality.
The author and critic of the "Holocaust industry" believes the younger generation of American Jews is growing estranged from Israel because of its treatment of Palestinians.
A rights group claims hundreds of migrant workers die in the Middle Eastern country every year from the duress of extreme heat, humidity and poor working conditions.
As President Trump applauds victory against Islamic State in the devastated Iraqi city, Amnesty International details the deaths and suffering among civilians.
The previous administration's measures are branded a failed "appeasement" effort. (Update: The president has announced the change in a Miami speech.)