War And Unrest

Thai parties woo young voters, but one may hit the mark

Mar 15, 2019

Political parties in Thailand are courting the 7 million young people who are newly eligible to vote in the first general election since a military coup in 2014

New Mexico compound suspects face new conspiracy charges

Mar 15, 2019

Authorities say extended family members who had been residents of a remote New Mexico compound where a 3-year-old boy died have been indicted on terrorism-related charges that accuse them of conspiring to attack U.S. law enforcement officers and others

Afghan official blasts US talks with Taliban

Mar 14, 2019

A top Afghan official criticized US talks with the Taliban, saying the Trump administration has alienated the Afghan government, legitimized the militant network and is crafting a deal that will never lead to peace

Afghans probe US mistaken airstrike of Afghan army base

Mar 14, 2019

Afghanistan investigates errant US bombing of Afghan military base that killed at least 5 Afghan troops

China accuses US of prejudice over human rights issues

Mar 14, 2019

China has responded to new U.S. allegations of widespread human rights abuses with its own accusations of prejudice and interference, saying the situation of rights in the country has "never been better"

Minnesota probe finds no proof stolen money aided terrorists

Mar 13, 2019

Minnesota's legislative auditor says there's no proof that money defrauded from a state child care program found its way to terrorist groups overseas

US cites journalist murder as a rights abuse by Saudi Arabia

Mar 13, 2019

The U.S. is using an annual report on human rights abuses around the world to call out ally Saudi Arabia over the killing of U.S.-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi

Indonesian woman detonates bomb, killing herself and child

Mar 13, 2019

Indonesia's national police spokesman says the wife and two-year-old child of an arrested Islamic militant died in an explosion during a siege of their home in North Sumatra

Friendly fire kills 5 Afghan troops in southern Afghanistan

Mar 13, 2019

Afghanistan's Defense Ministry says at least five Afghan troops were killed by friendly fire in what was supposed to be a precision airstrike by U.S. forces supporting troops battling insurgents in the country's south

The Latest: Afghanistan says friendly fire kills 5 troops

Mar 13, 2019

Afghanistan's Defense Ministry says five soldiers have been killed and 10 more wounded in a friendly fire incident in the country's south

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