Even though ethnic and national minority issues have created severe turbulence in the past century, they are often swept under the carpet.
Vaccination against the virus has lowered death rates among all groups, but Black and South Asian residents of the U.K. die from COVID-19 at higher rates.
Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi said the Taliban "will take into account what the people want" when forming a new government, but did not make a commitment.
What the EU Commission wants is a homogeneous European population, without strong ethnic identities and even weaker regional characteristics.
The violence was "a reminder of the Taliban's past record and a horrifying indicator of what Taliban rule may bring," said the head of Amnesty International.
Attendees at a summer market supporting Black and brown businesses saw openly armed men placing Patriot Front stickers on cars at the event.
The latest document is among some two dozen papers from current and former police officers who have backed a claim that a race-based quota system disproportionately affected minority officers.
A recent proposal signed by over 1.1 million Europeans requesting the European Commission establish a protection package for national minorities was rejected without debate, highlighting Europe's lack of interest in protecting its minorities and Indigenous groups.
Unlike predominant groups, independent Assyrian parties heavily rely on expatriate voters to secure their seats in Iraq's parliament.
Meanwhile, 57 percent of all white Americans believe Black Americans are not treated equally by the justice system.
53 percent of Black health care workers, and 47 percent of Black Americans overall, are not confident the three FDA-approved vaccinations are safe.
As we honor and celebrate Kamala Harris' historic inauguration and her and Joe Biden's focus on the highest levels of government "looking like America," it is incumbent on all of us to understand this is about much more than representation.
Only 29 percent of Latino voters support President Donald Trump, according to a poll released Sunday.
The former Vice President's remarks were part of a longer statement about minorities and the role they've played during the pandemic.
Ethnic minorities are again being disproportionately affected by the virus and the government must act, the Chair of the Council of the British Medical Association has said.
The War on Drugs has been an abject failure.
Two commissioners from the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom explain the deteriorating situation in Europe for religious liberty.
Those from BAME backgrounds are at greater risk of death, as well as severe symptoms after contracting the virus.
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The coronavirus pandemic has disproportionately impacted minority communities in many areas of the country.
Former Ted Cruz aide Rick Tyler told MSNBC that the party had done a "really bad job" of recruiting minority members.
Estuardo Rodriguez told Newsweek that a recently resurfaced 2011 TV interview with Buttigieg went to the "root of why there may be a lack of interest" in him among minority voters.
"I don't believe I've ever been called a lying motherf***er before," Buttigieg told the writer over the phone.
The petition already has more than 22,000 signatures.
Former Republican Maine Governor Paul LePage warned Americans that white people will no longer have a say in presidential elections should states eliminate the electoral college.
This election cycle could see the first Muslim congresswoman, the first female African-American governor and the youngest woman to ever be elected to Congress.