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.)
Rather than using his position to clinch a $100 billion arms deal, the president should press for negotiations to end the 2-year-old conflict.
The State Department and rights groups have called for an investigation into the alleged state-sponsored roundup. The Russian republic's leader, Ramzan Kadyrov (pictured, right, with Vladimir Putin), denies the reports.
Lawyers are calling the heavy-handed approach of immigration authorities toward these youngsters—the youngest is only 3—unprecedented.
Demonstrators in North Dakota are still reeling from last Thursday’s peaceful protests that led to the arrests of over 140 people. New video footage from that day shows a security contractor wielding an AR-15 rifle “attempting to infiltrate a group of water protectors.”
The U.S. government relies on public ignorance in order to threaten the privacy of tens of millions of people around the world, and Snowden exposed that, says Naureen Shah of Amnesty International USA.
The runner risked death or exile when he finished the men's marathon with arms crossed in defiance of Ethiopia’s abuse of his tribe, the Oromo.