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By Sarah El Deeb, Anastasiia Shvets, Elizaveta Tilna, Associated Press
The release of a new trove of hacked Chinese police records offers one of the most extensive accounts yet of the mass internment of the mostly Muslim minority Uighurs. Human rights groups have accused China's government of detaining more than…
By Nick Schifrin, Tommy Walters
The White House is facing questions about President Biden's statement this week that Russia's campaign in Ukraine was "genocide," a claim he later walked back. But what constitutes genocide, and what's the impact of the president’s words? John Bellinger, who…
By Nick Schifrin, Morgan Till, Tommy Walters
Declaring any targeted campaign aimed at wiping out a group as genocide is not just a strong word - it could carry obligations to act.
By Ellen Knickmeyer, Associated Press
President Joe Biden says Russia's war in Ukraine amounts to "genocide," accusing President Vladimir Putin of trying to "wipe out the idea of even being a Ukrainian."…
By Will Weissert, Zeke Miller, Associated Press
By Ben Fox, Associated Press
The declaration on Monday is intended to both generate international pressure and lay the groundwork for potential legal action. Authorities made the determination based on confirmed accounts of mass atrocities on civilians.
By Mike Corder, Associated Press
Public hearings at the International Court of Justice went ahead Monday amid questions about who should represent Myanmar in the aftermath of the military take-over of the country last year.
By Sylvia Hui, Associated Press
Tribunal chair Geoffrey Nice said the ruling was based on evidence that the Chinese government's forced birth control and sterilization policies were "intended to destroy a significant part" of the Uighurs, a largely Muslim ethnic group.
By Geir Moulson, Associated Press
Germany has agreed to officially recognize the colonial-era killings of tens of thousands of people in Namibia as genocide and to spend a total of 1.1 billion euros ($1.3 billion), largely on development projects.
By PBS NewsHour
President Biden recognized the mass killings of Armenians more than a century ago as genocide, in a test of America’s somewhat strained relationship with Turkey. For more on the significance of Biden's statement, Alex Hinton, Director of Rutgers University’s Center…
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