The death of Sidiki Abbas of the 3R, one of the most violent warlords in the Central African Republic, was announced earlier this month.
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The clerk of Perry County, Illinois, said it came down to golf balls to break the tie in the conscription’s most recent local elections.
Several celebrities and public figures wrote to Russian President Vladimir Putin, asking with him to allow treatment for critic Alexei Navalny.
Science misinformation is difficult to detect. However, a solution can be found in humor according to a new scientific study.
“Gwangju” is a musical created in 2020 to remember a watershed moment that took place in Korea’s democracy uprising 40 years ago.
A virtual who’s who of Hollywood are also condemning voter restrictions following the signing of Georgia’s controversial election law.
Due to new voter restrictions, Will Smith and director Antoine Fuqua have canceled the production of their film in Georgia.
I.A. Rehman, an iconic Pakistani human rights activist, died Monday in the eastern city of Lahore after a brief illness, according to family.
Ai Weiwei is without a doubt the most well-known living Chinese artist today, but he isn’t given the credit he deserves in China.
Two Hong Kong-born artists in Canada are leading a pro-democracy online art project: “be water: collected memories of our hong kong.”