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Aviation fuel sold to Myanmar junta Myanmar’s junta is acquiring new supplies of aviation fuel despite war crimes, says report

A new report by rights groups has identified more companies—including India’s Reliance Industries Ltd and Greece’s Sea Trade Marine—involved in aviation fuel transactions to Myanmar’s junta

Un ataque criminal a la democracia: Por qué no debe haber amnistía para los fascistas brasileños

De toda la algarabía que resonó en la marea roja que se apoderó de la toma de posesión de Lula como Presidente de Brasil, lo más significativo fue el llamamiento a la “no amnistía”

Myanmar Kachin airstrikes Military airstrikes in northern Myanmar kill 80, injure dozens

The airstrikes come days before the foreign ministers of ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) states are scheduled to meet to discuss the crisis in Myanmar

UNHRC adopts resolution on Sri Lanka as economic crisis deepens

Humanitarian activists and members of civil society organizations are raising concern that food insecurity on the island is likely to get much worse as the crisis deepens

Climate crisis and vaccine inequity on the agenda for UNGA meeting and other stories

Today we look at the start of the 76th session of the UN General Assembly, assassinations of social leaders and Indigenous people in Colombia, and more