Eliminating Graph Search is a disaster for human rights groups—and we were never even asked.
Wyoming Board of Geographic Names voted to change name of Mount Doane to the First Peoples Mountain.
"I don't understand why members of this committee or the American people should find any testimony that you give today to be truthful," Congresswoman Ilhan Omar told U.S. special envoy to Venezuela Elliott Abrams.
"They want us to kill guys compassionately and only under the rules of engagement that they say to," Representative Duncan Hunter complained.
The more Haftar is legitimized, the less accountable he is, and the less he can be trusted.
It is becoming increasingly difficult for German prosecutors to try people accused of being involved in Nazi crimes because the handful of suspects that are still alive are extremely old.
The Trump administration had threatened to sanction the International Criminal Court if it investigates war crimes accusations against the U.S.
John Bolton will warn Monday that the U.S. "will use any means necessary" to keep Americans from facing trial in what the administration considers an "illegitimate court."
The atomic bombs killed hundreds of thousands of people and ended World War II.
Local officials said jets continued flying over the site after the attack, keeping rescuers from reaching the victims.
For many, the situation in Syria is a disappointing reminder that the international community isn't always ready to act when civilians are suffering.
The chief prosecutor of a war crimes court investigating atrocities in Kosovo has said state department is making him leave his job at short notice and with no successor.
Milan Trisic, 54, joined the violent Serb forces who took in the "ethnic cleansing" of Muslims in the 1990s during the aftermath of the breakup of Yugoslavia.
"By sending arms to Saudi Arabia, knowing that they may be used to kill civilians, the U.S. government may be complicit in violations of international law, including war crimes," Raed Jarrar, Amnesty International's advocacy director for the Middle East and North Africa, told Newsweek.
The Ambassador for War Crimes is among the posts that were due for the axe.
The discovery is in contravention of Syria's promise to hand over its entire chemical stockpile for destruction.
Turkey is backing a Syrian rebel push across its border to remove the threat from the radical Islamist group.