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Treason trial of Cambodian opposition head Kem Sokha resumes

A treason trial against Cambodia’s opposition leader has resumed, two years after it was adjourned due to the coronavirus pandemic

Biden selects Los Angeles to host next Summit of Americas

The Biden administration has chosen Los Angeles to host a summit of leaders from Latin America and the Caribbean that is a key part of its outreach to a region increasingly being courted by U.S. adversaries such as Russia and China

Martinique court dismisses slavery reparations lawsuit

An appeals court in the French Caribbean island of Martinique has dismissed a request from groups seeking slavery reparations in a blow to efforts that began more than 15 years ago

Hong Kong independence activist Leung released from prison

Hong Kong activist Edward Leung, who coined the now-banned slogan “Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of our Times,” has been released from prison

Haiti official denies more time in president's slaying probe

A Haitian magistrate tells The Associated Press that a request for more time to investigate the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse has been denied

2 suspects arrested in Congo in Italian ambassador's death

Authorities in eastern Congo say they have arrested two men in connection with an ambush that killed the Italian ambassador last year

UK police asked to probe Indian officials’ role in Kashmir

A London law firm has filed an application with British police Tuesday seeking the arrest of India’s army chief and a senior Indian government official over their alleged roles in war crimes in disputed Kashmir

Judge signs plan, resolves Puerto Rico bankruptcy battle

Puerto Rico’s nearly five-year bankruptcy battle has been resolved after a federal judge signed a plan that slashes the U.S. territory’s public debt load as part of a restructuring and allows the government to start repaying creditors

Fishermen protest after eruption causes oil spill in Peru

Dozens of fishermen in Peru have protested outside the South American country’s main oil refinery following an oil spill on the Peruvian coast caused by the waves from an eruption of an undersea volcano

Puerto Rico bankruptcy battle resolved after judge slashes island's public debt load as part of restructuring

Puerto Rico bankruptcy battle resolved after judge slashes island's public debt load as part of restructuring

South Korean president in Saudi Arabia, meets crown prince

A delegation led by South Korea’s president visiting Saudi Arabia has inked a preliminary deal to explore a project to develop a potentially cleaner form of energy

UK man admits exploiting worker kept in shed for 40 years

A man in northwest England has pleaded guilty to conspiring to exploit a vulnerable victim who was found living in a garden shed that had been his home for 40 years

Torture claim filed against Interpol's new leader from UAE

The French lawyer for a jailed human rights defender in the United Arab Emirates has filed a torture complaint against the new president of Interpol, Maj. Gen. Ahmed Nasser al-Raisi
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