US Deporting Salvadorans to Death: Daily Brief

Plus: Morocco targets critics; urgent action required to protect the Amazon; Malawi’s presidency to appeal election nullification; UN Chief faces internal criticism; Lebanon tries civilians in military courts; Burundi muzzles press ahead of elections; and arrest warrant issued against former South Africa president.

Morocco is targeting critics by prosecuting citizens who express critical views on social media.

Brazil’s justice system must do more to stop illegal logging and violence in the Amazon

Malawi’s presidency has announced that it will appeal a court ruling that annulled recent presidential election results.

Disappointingly, the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres continues to remain silent instead of standing up to abusive regimes.

Lebanon continues to flout international law by trying civilians in military courts.

Four journalists in Burundi who were arrested last year have been convicted after a flawed trial.

And finally, a court in South Africa has issued an arrest warrant for former president Jacob Zuma who is on trial for corruption.