Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, the brutal military dictator who overthrew his country’s democratically elected president in a 2013 coup, killed more than 800 protesters in a single day. Trump said, "He's done a fantastic job."
In the midst of the world's greatest migration crisis since World War II, this is a significant setback for those who are obviously in need of international protection.
First and foremost, these figures deal with human lives. Lives that Israel ruins, deliberately, as part of a broader strategy designed to dispossess Palestinians from vast areas of the West Bank.
Trade agreements should be ratified only after human rights, health and environmental impact assessments have been conducted, which has not been the case with recent agreements.
According to the report, at least 785 children were killed and 1,168 injured in Yemen last year alone, 60 percent by coalition airstrikes.
The letter cited findings by Amnesty International and other human rights organizations of extrajudicial killings by the Israeli military and police as well as several cases of torture.
10,000 refugee children are "missing" because of the lack of any access to the basic human rights that the European Union allegedly protects.
"Why, in the year 2015, is the White House teaming up with Republican leaders to defend the practice of slavery?"
It can be near-impossible to judge which products might be tied up in something nefarious or destructive.