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  1. Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has accused the country's security institutions of carrying out acts of terrorism by wrongfully imprisoning and torturing people. Mr Abiy, who was sworn ...

  2. Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said his country's security institutions tortured and committed "terrorist acts" against its own citizens in the past, in a rare and candid admission. Ahmed ...

  3. The Seahawk

    The Seahawk5 days ago

    On June 4, the streets outside of Prime Minister Hani al-Mulki’s office were filled with protestors as a new tax-reform bill and was met with widespread opposition in Jordan. Public opposition ...

  4. Used to be, World Refugee Day was just another day in Missoula. Both the International Rescue Committee Missoula and Soft Landing Missoula have big things planned for this weekend leading up ...

  5. The European Commission has updated its blacklist of airlines banned from operating in the European Union, which now drops from 178 to 120. Europe has greenlit nearly 60 airlines to fly in the ...

  6. Saudi-led forces attempt to push Yemeni militia out of port

    The Christian Science Monitor7 days ago

    The Saudi-led coalition backing Yemen's exiled government began an assault Wednesday on the port city of Hodeida, the main entry point for food in a country already teetering on the brink of ...

  7. Withdrawing from the Human Rights Council Is a Mistake

    The American Conservative13 hours ago

    The United States withdrew on Tuesday from the world’s most important human rights body in protest of its frequent criticism of Israel’s treatment of Palestinians. It was the latest effort by ...

  8. President Donald Trump has strongly criticized journalists and their work, saying the “mainstream media” spreads “fake news” and distorts information about his administration. Despite concerns ...

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