The U.S.-funded National Democratic Institute (NDI) and rights groups say they are disappointed by the muted international action ahead of a general election in Cambodia on Sunday which long-serving Prime Minister Hun Sen is expected to win easily.
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COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – As voters in Greenland turn out for an election on Tuesday, many hope a new government can get its fragile economy up to speed to realize a long-term goal of independence from Denmark.
A day after US, French and British missiles slammed into suspected chemical weapons sites in Syria, authorities in North Korea — its longstanding friend — held dances in the street to celebrate founder Kim Il Sung’s birthday. The North’s state media made no comment until Tuesday, three days after the strikes, when a line tucked away on the back page of the Rodong Sinmun newspaper merely chided the US for using the cause of “‘anti-terrorism’ as an excuse” for its actions. The token response is a notable contrast to last year, when it condemned a Syria missile attack ordered by President Donald Trump as an “intolerable act of aggression” that proved “a million times over” that its own nuclear weapons programme was the right choice.
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About seven minutes after Sacramento police fatally shot unarmed black man Stephon Clark in his grandmother’s backyard, officers were instructed to mute their body cameras.
China and Kazakhstan send congratulations, but Western leaders appear slow to respond.
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