Afghan public prosecutor Masouma, now in hiding, writes to British barrister Helena Kennedy QC.
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Trade union Usdaw said 5,000 members at nine warehouses across the country will take industrial action.
Sackler family members are alleged to have drained Purdue Pharma of cash over several years.
Israel laid down the law Monday on the use by foreign governments of its cyber exports, after the private Israeli developer of Pegasus spyware became engulfed in scandal abroad. Smartphones infected with Pegasus spyware developed by the private Israeli firm NSO Group are essentially turned into pocket spying devices.
The runner-up in The Gambia's weekend presidential election said on Monday he would challenge the results in court if necessary, while calling on his supporters to remain calm and reject violence. Darboe addressed dozens of his supporters gathered outside his home in the capital Banjul on Monday.
By Michelle Nichols UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Norway is encouraging donors to a World Bank-administered fund for Afghanistan to agree to transfer $280 million to the World Food Programme and UNICEF, Foreign Minister Anniken Huitfeldt said on Monday. The World Bank's board backed transferring $280 million to the U.N. agencies from the $1.5 billio...