Associated Press/Photo by Peter Dejong

Myanmar reckoning

International | Aung San Suu Kyi in court over Rohingya persecution
by Onize Ohikere
Posted 12/17/19, 06:18 pm

Pro-Myanmar protesters gathered outside the International Court of Justice in The Hague last week as their country’s leader faced charges of genocide. Many carried placards that read, “We stand with you,” but a smaller group of counterprotesters stood outside the court shouting, “Aung San Suu Kyi, shame on you!”

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Associated Press/Photo by Alberto Pezzali

Rehab gone wrong

International | London attack raises questions about the handling of ISIS detainees
by Mindy Belz
Posted 12/02/19, 12:38 pm

BRITAIN: The London Bridge attacker was depicted as a success story in the rehab program where the convicted jihadist launched his knife attack Friday. He killed two people and wounded three others before bystanders chased him down and police shot and killed him.

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Associated Press/Photo by Khalid Mohammed

Middle Eastern Christians on shaky ground

International | Conditions in Iraq and Syria become even more hostile to religious minorities
by Onize Ohikere
Posted 10/15/19, 04:14 pm

More than 100 people died and 6,000 others sustained injuries earlier this month when security forces in Iraq unleashed live gunfire and scalding hot water cannons on protesters. The unrest in Iraq reflects instability across the entire region, which continues to offer less and less security to Christians and other persecuted minorities.

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