The U.N.’s human rights chief condemned a Burundian pro-government youth militia after a video surfaced showing rape chants by members.
Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein
The United Nations human rights office and Human Rights Watch both released reports over the weekend detailing accounts of horrific abuses said to have been committed by security forces against Muslim Rohingya women, children and men in Myanmar.
The U.N.’s High Commissioner for Human Rights is worried about the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency. He is particularly concerned by statements made by Trump that condone the use of torture and the persecution of minorities.
A U.N. special session is under way to discuss the escalating violence in Burundi. The country has been on edge since…