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SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - Salvadoran military files from the time of a 1981 massacre of 1,000 people during the country's civil war have been mostly destroyed, said El Salvador's president, who vowed to make the few surviving documents public in an effort to bring justice in the case.
Digital rights campaigners called on the EU on Sept 21 to tighten export controls on surveillance tools such as facial recognition systems to prevent European technology being used in countries where it could fuel human rights abuses.
A new law governing supply chains seeks to place greater pressure on international companies to make sure goods are produced under sustainable conditions.
What light can 'The Chronicle of the Six Eras' shed on Malaysian politics?
BANGKOK, Sept 19 (Xinhua): Thai prosecutors on late Friday (Sept 18) announced their decision to indict Red Bull scion Vorayuth Yoovidhya on charges of cocaine use and reckless driving, which caused the death of a junior police officer in the hit-and-run case in 2012.
A new work contract allowing foreign domestic workers to resign and keep hold of their own passport, but activists say the exploitative "kafala" system remains in place.
MAPUTO (Reuters) - Mozambique's army has condemned the apparent execution of a naked woman by men wearing military uniforms, shown in video footage, where she is beaten with a stick before being shot in the back as she tries to flee.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia opposes the release of an Afghan soldier, jailed for killing three of its military personnel in 2012, as part of a prisoner transfer deal to help usher in peace talks in the war-torn country, Foreign Minister Marise Payne said on Friday.
(Reuters) - Three years ago, Myanmar’s military burned the Rohingya village of Kan Kya to the ground and bulldozed over its remains. Last year, the government erased its name from official maps, according to the United Nations.
PHNOM PENH (Reuters): A high-ranking Cambodian police official has been sacked over sexual misconduct at work in a landmark case but will not be prosecuted to "protect the dignity" of the women involved, a police official said.