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Philippine’s Rodrigo Duterte slammed the International Criminal Court as backed by a bunch of ‘white idiots’

Duterte also urged other nations to "get out" of their membership with the ICC because it is a "rude" organization.
Women rally against President Rodrigo Duterte for International Women's Day on March 8, 2018 in Manila, Philippines.

The Philippines added a UN human rights worker to the country’s ‘terror hit list’

The UN fired back after the list was made public on Friday, saying Duterte needs a "psychiatric evaluation."

A former Chinese state prosecutor criticized Xi Jinping’s plan to rule indefinitely and now he’s been arrested

This appears to be the first arrest, though at least one dissident was sent away on a forced "holiday" ahead of China's annual legislature meeting this week.

China is using a tweet from Elon Musk as a propaganda tool

Musk tweeted about a railway station upgrade completed by 1,500 workers in nine hours. State media seized the tweet and declared Musk was "amazed" by China.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May performs a Chinese New Year ritual in Beijing, China, in January 2018.

Chinese state media praises ‘pragmatic’ Theresa May for not mentioning their atrocious human rights while visiting them

The Global Times newspaper said comments over Chinese human rights would be 'contrary to the goals of her China trip.'
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inspects the construction site of Ryomyong Street, in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA).

North Korea bashes US for human rights ‘abuses’ like racism, marijuana, and Trump’s tweets about CNN

The US stands accused by North Korea of "dozens of atrocities" including Trump's presidential cabinet of billionaires, racism, and the use of marijuana.
Logos of Shell is pictured at a gas station in the western Canakkale province

REPORT: Internal documents suggest oil giant Shell was involved in 1990s Nigerian human rights abuses

A report by Amnesty International based on internal documents calls for a criminal investigation into Shell's role in the Ogoni crisis.
A local man carries an old Rohingya refugee woman as she is unable to walk after crossing the border, in Teknaf, Bangladesh on September 1, 2017.

‘The most persecuted minority in the world’: Here’s what you need to know about the Rohingya crisis

The Rohingya are a stateless people whose government, Myanmar, refuses to recognize them. They are fleeing the country in droves.

22 years ago 8,000 Muslim men and boys were killed at Srebrenica in Europe’s worst atrocity since WWII

Read about the genocide whose effects are still being felt, as bodies from 20 years ago are still being buried today.