World News | WRHL World News 2018-05-23T11:55:21Z World News Egypt top prosecutor refers 40 to trial on human trafficking Egypt's chief prosecutor has referred 40 people to trial on charges of forming a criminal network for human trafficking and migrant smuggling. Guatemala: 4 ex-officers convicted of 1981 rights abuses Four retired military officers in Guatemala have been convicted of crimes against humanity and other charges in the 1981 rape and torture of a young woman and the disappearance of her teenage brother. Truck drivers in Iran on strike over low wages A semi-official Iranian news agency is reporting that truck drivers in four provinces in the country are on strike over low wages. Pompeo says US to respond 'reciprocally' for Venezuela's expulsion of diplomats The United States will respond reciprocally to Venezuela’s decision to expel two top American diplomats, the U.S. Secretary of State said Wednesday. Jewish group questions sainthood for WWII-era cardinal A leading Jewish organization has criticized the Vatican's decision to move World War II-era Cardinal August Hlond along the path to possible sainthood, saying he was "extremely" hostile to Poland's Jews and failed to condemn a 1946 pogrom. UN envoy urges quick action to avoid Israel-Palestinian war The U.N.'s Mideast envoy is calling for urgent action to avoid another Israeli-Palestinian war sparked by the violence in Gaza. WRHL 2018-05-23T16:55:21Z