South Sudan facing genocide; CIA continue to spy; South Korea President removed

Here’s what you might have missed this week in the world:
South Sudan – UN Human Rights Council says country is edging close to genocide. “A steady process of ethnic cleansing is already underway in some parts of the country. We don’t use that expression lightly,” said Yasmin Sooka, chairwoman of the Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan.
WikileaksWikileaks published a news release announcing the CIA has used Samsung TVs and iPhones to spy on people.
South KoreaPresident Park Geun-Hye has been removed from office due to abuse of power and attempted fraud.

Great Barrier Reef
– For the second consecutive year, there have been signs that the Great Barrier Reef is suffering from bleaching due to increased water temperatures.



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