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NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.N. chief Antonio Guterres pushed the 193-member General Assembly on Friday to tell Myanmar's military that democracy must be reinstated, political detainees must be freed and human rights abuses and killings must stop.
GENEVA (Reuters) - A Swiss court will rule on Friday whether a Liberian rebel commander committed rape, killings and an act of cannibalism in one of the only civil war-era cases from the West African country to ever go to trial.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Α Greek man who claimed thieves broke in and strangled his wife in front of their 11-month-old child, has confessed to the murder, police said on Thursday, just over a month after he reported the attack in an Athens suburb.
YANGON (Reuters): A Myanmar ethnic political group that has been fighting the army in the east of the country has pledged to investigate allegations by the junta that its forces killed 25 construction workers after abducting a group of 47 people last month.
(Reuters) -A Myanmar ethnic political group fighting the army in the east has pledged to investigate junta accusations that its forces abducted a group of 47 people and killed 25 of them last month.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia is preparing for national and regional parliamentary elections on Monday that Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has said will be the country's first free and fair polls after decades of repressive rule.
MANILA (Reuters): Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte will not cooperate with an investigation into the country's bloody war on drugs planned by the International Criminal Court (ICC), his spokesperson said on Tuesday (June 15), while families of the victims cheered the move.
NEW DELHI/ROME (Reuters) - India's top court said on Tuesday it has closed all proceedings against two Italian marines over the shooting of two fishermen off the southern Indian coast in 2012, after Rome paid $1.36 million in compensation.
MANILA (The Straits Times/ANN): President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday (June 15) slammed a call for a war crimes court to probe his bloody drug war as "legally erroneous and politically motivated".
MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte will not cooperate with an investigation of the Southeast Asian nation's drug war killings planned by the International Criminal Court (ICC), his spokesperson said on Tuesday.