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Amnesty: Myanmar army killed at least hundreds of Rohingya
Amnesty International says Myanmar security forces killed hundreds of people during a systematic campaign to expel Rohingya Muslims and is calling for an arms embargo and criminal prosecution of the perpetrators
Trump's inaugural committee pledges $3 million to hurricane relief amid accountability questions
President Donald Trump ’s inaugural committee -- which raised a record-setting $107 million from individual and corporate donors for inauguration events –- on Wednesday pledged to give $3 million of its leftover funds to hurricane relief charities. The committee recently came under fire for not
Ways to help relief efforts for hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico is virtually without power or cell service after Hurricane Maria barreled through the island, leaving those searching for loved ones in a shroud of uncertainty. Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló said the island is facing an "unprecedented disaster" after the storm made landfall as a
Myanmar leader says 'action will be taken' in Rohingya crisis
Aung San Suu Kyi said "a great majority of Muslims" have not fled Myanmar for Bangladesh.
400,000 of Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims flee to Bangladesh in recent weeks
Families fleeing with just the clothes on their backs; tearful children baring famished bellies; the able carrying the injured, the weak, the old -- these are scenes all too familiar in a world with an unprecedented 65.6 million people forcibly displaced from their homes by war, violence and
How to avoid fraud when helping those affected by Hurricane Irma
ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis shares the best ways to donate to those impacted by the devastating hurricane and how to make sure your money is going directly to the relief efforts.
As Hurricane Irma looms, Miami's homeless are urged to go into shelters
For some of Miami's homeless population, hunkering down at a local shelter is welcome protection from the approaching hurricane, even if their stay is only temporary. "The only reason I'm in this shelter is because I feel safer here," said Terrace Mathews, 46, who said he has been homeless for four
Miami homeless shelter nears capacity as Irma looms
ABC News' Rachel Scott tours a Salvation Army shelter as more people arrive by the vanful.
Miami officials move the homeless to shelters as Irma approaches
ABC News' Rachel Scott talks with the homeless coordinator for the Miami Police Department as it prepares to transport people to shelters.