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Rapper Meek Mill Vows To ‘Spread The Word’ Against Antisemitism After Auschwitz Visit

Meek Mill said he went to Auschwitz to "see this for myself and learn about it for myself," describing what he saw there as "terror, pain, something you can't really explain."

Another Broadcaster Quits TikTok, Says Secuirty Risks ‘Too Great’ For Media

Experts say the security fears behind the recent government bans, while serious, currently appear to reflect only the potential for TikTok to be used for foreign intelligence, not that it has been.

‘Hotel Rwanda’ Hero To Be Released From Rwanda Prison

Paul Rusesabagina, who inspired the Hollywood film "Hotel Rwanda" and had been sentenced to prison in Rwanda, has had his sentence commuted by the country's President Paul Kagame after his request for clemency.

2 Of The 4 Americans Kidnapped In Mexico Found Dead, Remaining Found Alive Mexican Officals Say

Two of the four Americans kidnapped by armed gunmen in a Mexico border city on Friday were found dead and two were found alive, Mexican officials said Tuesday.

Ghana Soccer Star Christian Atsu Is “Yet To Be Found,” Agent Says

The agent of Ghanaian soccer star Christian Atsu says the player's whereabouts are still not known, reversing a CNN report stated the Hatayspor winger was rescued from rubble after being caught in the earthquakes that struck southern Turkey.

The New Buildings Set To Shape The World In 2023

With construction projects often taking years to complete, delays caused by Covid-19 are still being felt. But 2023 nonetheless promises to be a year of remarkable new openings.

The ‘Doomsday Glacier’ Could Raise Sea Level By Several Feet

Antarctica's "doomsday glacier" has the potential to rapidly retreat in the coming years amplifying concerns over the extreme sea level rise that would accompany its potential demise.

#BringBackOurGirls: Two Schoolgirls Abducted 8 Years Ago Found

The two abductees were found at a military medical facility. The 276 girls were abducted from their school dormitories April 14, 2014 by notorious Islamic militant group Boko Haram. Fifty-six of the girls were able to get away from their captors by jumping off the transport and running into the bushes, while the others remained in captivity and were forced to convert to Islam and marry their captors. The brazen abduction became an international cause with political leaders, celebrities and activists calling for their safe return.

At Least 21 Protesters Killed During Anti-Government Protests In Sierra Leone

Eight police officers were killed during violent anti-government protests in Sierra Leone while hospital sources told Reuters that at least 21 civilians were killed in different locations in the country.

Ugandan LGBTQ Organization Calls Government Shutdown Of Its Operations A ‘Clear Witch-Hunt’

Uganda's government has shut down operations of Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG), accusing it of operating illegally in the country, according to a statement from the government.

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