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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia/DHAKA, Bangladesh (Reuters) - Sanctions imposed this week by the United States on Myanmar's military leaders over human rights abuses against Rohingya Muslims do not go far enough, U.N. special rapporteur Yanghee Lee said on Thursday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States announced sanctions on Tuesday against the Myanmar military's Commander-in-Chief Min Aung Hlaing and other leaders it said were responsible for extrajudicial killings of Rohingya Muslims, barring them from entry to the United States.
BEIJING/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - China said on Friday it would impose sanctions on U.S. firms involved in a deal to sell $2.2-billion worth of tanks, missiles and related equipment to Taiwan, saying it harmed China's sovereignty and national security.
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - The Khartoum district of Burri was a fulcrum of the uprising against Sudan's former leader Omar al-Bashir and the generals who replaced him, its residents beaten and killed as they rallied for freedom and justice.
MOUNT JAHORINA, Bosnia (Reuters) - Short-sighted anti-immigrant populism in some European Union member states has blocked the integration of Western Balkan countries into the EU, weakening the region's stability, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday.
HISTORIANS deal with the past. As the architects of our collective memory; they record, document and preserve. History can never be objective because like any form of storytelling, there’s always a writer or narrator who selects, edits and crafts the source material. Biases are therefore to be expected. The best we can do is to be aware of their existence.
PARIS (Reuters) - Hundreds of protesters gathered in central Paris on Saturday to raise awareness and demand tougher action on femicides in France.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Kieran Read precariously sat upon his team mates shoulders holding the Super Rugby trophy aloft on Saturday, satisfied that he had ended his career with the Canterbury Crusaders with one final title.
PARIS (Reuters) - France's National Assembly approved a draft bill on Friday which would require social media giants such as Facebook and Twitter to remove any hateful content within 24 hours.
Google agreed on July 5 to change how it publishes New Zealand news after top officials in Wellington lashed the US tech giant for breaching court suppression orders in a high-profile murder case.