TRNS News Notes By Victoria Jones
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The U.N. highlights Iraq’s threatened cultural heritage sites and FIFA’s president seeks another term at the job during the annual meeting of soccer’s governing body.
In a historic first, a U.S. court holds a habeas corpus hearing on behalf of a non-human.
Simon Deng is pleading for the U.S. to take more action over the humanitarian crisis unfolding in South Sudan, saying “don’t let me die in front of the White House.”
The DoD says there is no threat to the general public.
A pair of chimpanzees made history today as a New York court hosted a habeas corpus hearing to determine the legality of keeping them as research subjects.
The Clinton Foundation listed the “Qatar 2022 Supreme Committee” as a donor through 2014 amounting between $250,000 and $500,000