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As Turkey Ends Inquiry, Prospects Dim for Justice in Khashoggi Killing

Efforts to hold Saudi officials accountable for the killing of the dissident journalist continue, but any punishment appears unlikely.


El preocupante efecto del coronavirus en las economías más vulnerables del mundo

Los capitales internacionales abandonan los mercados emergentes, por lo que las naciones más desfavorecidas reciben una gran parte del impacto económico causado por la pandemia.


Turkey Indicts 20 Saudis in Jamal Khashoggi?s Killing

The dissident Saudi writer was killed in his country?s Istanbul consulate in 2018. But the Turkish case is unlikely to come to trial.


In World?s Most Vulnerable Countries, the Pandemic Rivals the 2008 Crisis

As capital flees emerging markets, those countries are absorbing the most potent economic shocks of the coronavirus outbreak.


Turkey Steps Back From Confrontation at Greek Border

The country is winding down an aggressive two-week operation to move tens of thousands of migrants to its frontiers. But relations with Greece and Europe have suffered.


3 Men Sentenced to 125 Years Each in Drowning of Syrian Refugee Boy

A Turkish court sentenced each man to 125 years in jail for the death of five refugees, including Alan Kurdi, 2, whose body washed up on a beach.


Critics Hear Political Tone as Pompeo Calls Out Diplomatic Rivals Over Human Rights

China, Cuba, Iran and Venezuela were cited as among the worst violators. All four are targets of pressure campaigns by the Trump administration to install sweeping change.


?We Are Like Animals?: Inside Greece?s Secret Site for Migrants

The extrajudicial center is one of several tactics Greece is using to prevent a repeat of the 2015 migration crisis.


Vigilantes in Greece Say ?No More? to Migrants

Frustrated and exhausted by the lingering problems from the 2015 crisis, Greeks once generous with refugees are turning hostile, some violently.


?The Only Choice Is to Wait for Death?

Hundreds of thousands of people fleeing Syria?s war ended up in Idlib city. But with the front line just five miles away, the city may not be a refuge much longer.