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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. National Archives, home to foundational documents such as the Bill of Rights, apologised on Saturday for altering images critical of President Donald Trump at an exhibit on women's fight for voting rights and said it had removed the display.
ATLANTA (Reuters) - The centre that honours slain U.S. civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. will devote the holiday celebrating his legacy on Monday to voter education and registration, his youngest daughter said in a recent interview.
PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday he had previously spoken to Japan's prime minister about the conditions former Nissan-Renault boss Carlos Ghosn was being held under.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Hungary's law that requires civil organisations to disclose their foreign donors is in breach of European Union rules that protect the bloc's fundamental rights, a legal adviser to the EU's top court said on Tuesday.
HONG KONG: More than a thousand people attended a rally in Hong Kong on Sunday (Jan 12) to urge people to support the city's pro-democracy movement.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanon's foreign ministry said on Saturday that it "regretted" the revoking of the country's voting rights at the U.N. General Assembly after falling behind on membership dues, saying the state's "reputation and prestige" would be impacted.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic Representative John Lewis, a hero of the U.S. civil rights movement, said on Sunday he had been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland could end up leaving the European Union because of plans by the ruling nationalists that would allow judges to be fired if they question the legitimacy of the government's judicial reforms, the Supreme Court said on Tuesday.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - The European Union should bypass national governments that flout democratic standards and deal directly with municipalities as they can perform "miracles" in areas such as climate change, the mayors of four eastern European capital cities said on Monday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission said on Monday it would closely examine whether a new Polish draft law undermines the independence of the judiciary, amid tensions between Brussels and Warsaw over democratic standards.