A legal complaint details how ICE officers forced some detainees to sign their own deportation orders.
Drought-hit farmers in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua have refused to cede control of a dam so that Mexico can repay its water debt to the United States.
Stolen funds undermine public spending on health care, education, and infrastructure, a U.N. report finds.
The tense move in Belarus comes as the U.N. special rapporteur warns that “another iron curtain” could descend in Europe.
Proposals would see the ruling junta appoint a new leader for a two-year transition.
Calls grow for Angela Merkel to halt the controversial Russian gas pipeline.
The continent has largely eradicated wild polio, the crowning achievement of a massive, globally coordinated public health effort.
While the Islamic State-linked militants may not hold on to Mocimboa da Praia, the attack underscores their growing sophistication.
Parliamentary elections on Thursday cemented the family’s hold on power, amid warnings that human rights will suffer as a result.
With inflation running at 700 percent, the pandemic has left an already weak state on the brink.
The president’s sixth term in office is all but guaranteed, but an unexpected groundswell of support for the opposition has exposed his unpopularity.
Doctors Without Borders staff are pushing back against institutional racism, reflecting a growing debate in the aid community over the legacies of colonialism.