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Families reject Mexican government’s latest version of Ayotzinapa events

The narrative in documents handed over on Monday looked more like the previous administration’s debunked version known as the “historical truth,” families of the victims said.

Spain routs Switzerland in front of record crowd in first home match since Women’s World Cup title

A banner shown by fans read “Your fight is our pride. You are not alone."

Moscow court upholds 19-year prison sentence for Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny

Navalny’s team said after the ruling Tuesday that the sentence was “disgraceful” and vowed to continue fighting “the regime.”

Canada’s House speaker resigns over inviting a man who fought for a Nazi unit to Parliament

All main opposition parties called for Anthony Rota to step down, and government House leader Karina Gould said that lawmakers had lost confidence in Rota.

Armenians flee by the thousands, fearing Azerbaijani violence

The South Caucasus has been plunged into a humanitarian disaster and escalating tensions after Azerbaijan seized Nagorno-Karabakh, forcing the ethnic Armenian population to flee.

Top rights court orders Turkey to address systemic judicial problems

The unsuccessful attempt to overthrow the regime of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in July 2016 left hundreds dead and thousands jailed, many of whom are now contesting their convictions.