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Body camera footage shows 2019 beating of Black man by Louisiana state police officer

A Louisiana State Police trooper was captured on video repeatedly beating a Black motorist with a flashlight more than two years ago, according to body camera footage of the incident obtained by CNN -- the latest footage linked to a state police division that is under investigation for possible systemic abuses against Black motorists.

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Biden administration preparing sanctions on Cuban regime

The Biden administration is preparing to sanction individual members of the Cuban regime and a government special forces unit known as the Boinas Negras for human rights abuses, according to a source familiar with the plans.

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Can China still lead the world in tech without a new Jack Ma?

China has cut its global tech champions down to size, cracking down on antitrust abuses and undue risk taking. But the heavy-handed approach could backfire on Beijing by stifling an entrepreneurial spirit that has proven vital to the country's rapid economic rise.

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Russia to expel US diplomats in 'tit-for-tat response'

Russia will ask 10 US diplomats to leave the country in a "tit-for-tat response" to the Biden administration expelling 10 Russian diplomats, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said at a press conference in Moscow. The Biden administration targeted Russia with sanctions and diplomatic expulsions for its interference in the 2020 US election, its SolarWinds cyberattack and its ongoing occupation and "severe human rights abuses" in Crimea.

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Michigan attorney general closes investigation into Larry Nassar's abuses

After a three-year investigation, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced that her office was "forced to close" its inquiry into Michigan State University's handling of former school doctor Larry Nassar after the school declined to waive attorney-client privilege for approximately 6,000 documents.

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America's disastrous love affair with Rwanda's Paul Kagame

Rwanda's journey from its 1994 genocide to a model of orderly development made it a go-to country for those who want to invest in an African success story, taking in hundreds of millions in new overseas investments each year and making it one of corporate America's ideal places for charitable donations. But the love affair between the United States and Rwanda's hardline president Paul Kagame, should be seriously reconsidered after 27 years of systemic human rights abuses.

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