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U.S. concerned by rising attacks on human rights in Tanzania

U.S. concerned by rising attacks on human rights in Tanzania

The United States has spoken out against Tanzanian moves to cut back human rights and civil liberties, including arrests…

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Central American migrants resume their march toward U.S. border

Central American migrants resume their march toward U.S. border

Hundreds of Central American migrants resumed their march north through Mexico on Saturday, en route to the U.S. border…

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Thousands Of People Are Trapped In The Central African Republic

The agencies that lend aids to the crisis, are calling the crisis In Central African Republic world’s one of…

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Migrants from Central America in Mexico Determined To Visit Border of the US

Migrants from Central America in Mexico Determined To Visit Border of the US

Migrants from Central America who stopped near the Mexico City in a caravan was strong-headed to go to the…

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Envoy of UN human rights calls for a delay in the Rohingya repatriation to Myanmar

The UN Special Rapporteur, Yanghee Lee said that the Myanmar government has showed no intentions of preventing any further…

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Human Rights report shows it should do more in Myanmar: Facebook

Human Rights report shows it should do more in Myanmar: Facebook

Facebook Inc said a human rights report it commissioned on its presence in Myanmar showed it had not done…

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UNICEF – genital mutilation of females is a violation of human rights

Nkeiru Maduechesi, a child protection specialist at the United Nations Children’s Fund has said that the organisation has categorized…

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First wave of Central American migrants have reached Mexico City

The first lot of Central American migrants have reached in Mexico City and they were part of the caravan…

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Amid violent protests, Asia Bibi of Pakistan seeks asylum

The Christian woman in Pakistan who was on death row for blasphemy rules was acquitted last week by the…

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North Korea slams sex abuse report by Human Rights Watch

North Korea slams sex abuse report by Human Rights Watch

Human Rights Watch drew on interviews with more than 50 North Korean escapees to chronicle gruesome details of rape…

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UN Human Rights Council must demand answers from China over Xinjiang mass internment camps

UN Human Rights Council must demand answers from China over Xinjiang mass internment camps

At China’s last human rights review in 2013, the government gave assurances that independent UN human rights experts would…

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Egypt: At least 19 human rights activists arrested in 'chilling' new crackdown

Egypt: At least 19 human rights activists arrested in ‘chilling’ new crackdown

The Egyptian authorities have stepped up their onslaught against the country’s human rights community by arresting at least 19…

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Israeli forces continued to use excessive force against unarmed civilians and peaceful protestors in the Gaza Strip

Israeli forces continued to use excessive force against unarmed civilians and peaceful protestors in the Gaza Strip

In the Gaza Strip, the Israeli forces killed 10, including 3 children.  Seven of those killed due to the…

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Human Rights in Morocco Degenerated in 2017-18

On 1st November Morocco’s most powerful rights group AMDH condemned the rise in the political and whimsical imprisonment of…

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Officials of Myanmar try to convince the Rohingyas to return

Officials from Myanmar visited the camps made for the Rohingya Muslim refugees which were built in Bangladesh. It was…

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Hard stance by Trump on Mexico border

U.S. President Donald Trump said that the United States might send along around 15000 troops to the Mexico border….

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42 people were killed when the Nigerian security forces fired upon protests

The movement of a Nigerian Shi’ite cleric whose followers have been often targetted by the authorities have said that…

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Sri Lankan activists are fearing the end of human rights investigations

Activists are fearing that the return of Rajapaksa marks the end of the series of investigations which also includes…

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Bangladesh & Myanmar agree to begin Rohingya repatriation by mid-November

Bangladesh & Myanmar agree to begin Rohingya repatriation by mid-November

More than 700,000 Rohingya refugees crossed from the west of mostly Buddhist Myanmar into Bangladesh from August last year…

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EU awards human rights prize to Ukrainian filmmaker jailed in Russia

EU awards human rights prize to Ukrainian filmmaker jailed in Russia

Three weeks after ending a 145-day hunger strike, Oleg Sentsov has been awarded the prestigious Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought.  Named…

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US Investigator Finds Genocide Still Taking Place in Myanmar

Extermination or massacre is still taking place against the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. The government is more and more…

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Three days of violence which had emptied the Angolan town of Congo

About 300,000 Congolese have fled Angola in the last few weeks, many of them in response to the violence…

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Burundi’s “slave trade” slur has outraged the UN rights chief

U.N. human rights chief Michelle Bachelet has expressed her outrage at the comments by Burundi’s ambassador in New York…

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‘Serious concerns’ expressed by US and EU nations on the aid group crackdown of Pakistan

The western nations which include the United States and the European countries have expressed ‘serious concerns’ about a crackdown…

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China Fails to Stop UN Security Council Myanmar Briefing

China Fails to Stop UN Security Council Myanmar Briefing

On Wednesday China, backed by Russia, failed to halt the briefing of the United Nations Security Council presided by…

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Pledge by Malaysian PM Mahathir to end violence in South Thailand

Local leaders in the region have also called on both sides immediately stop fighting, amid efforts by elders of…

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Venezuelan refugees being supported by UN special envoy Jolie

U.N. refugee agency special envoy Angelina Jolie has raised her voice for the Venezuelans who had been forced to…

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UN expert warns if human rights shelved in talks on North Korea

An investigator of United Nations has voiced his concern about the human rights getting sidelined in the US and…

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Human Rights Watch: Palestinian authorities routinely 'arrest and torture' critics

Human Rights Watch: Palestinian authorities routinely ‘arrest and torture’ critics

According to a new report of Human Rights Watch, Palestinian authorities in the West Bank and Gaza have engaged in…

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Human Rights Watch Issues Special Report about PA, Hamas Torture

Human Rights Watch Issues Special Report about PA, Hamas Torture

The Palestinian Authority in the West Bank and Hamas in Gaza “routinely arrest and torture peaceful critics,” Human Rights…

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EU disembarkation platforms rejected by all the North African states

EU disembarkation platforms rejected by all the North African states

The possibility of migrants of applying for asylum from the regional disembarkation platform might turn the facilities into a…

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Human Rights Campaign calls on Trump admin not to go forward with potential rollback of Transgender Protections

Human Rights Campaign calls on Trump admin not to go forward with potential rollback of Transgender Protections

“Setting a destructive precedent, the Trump-Pence administration intends to erase LGBTQ people from federal civil rights protections and eviscerate…

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The Treatment of Jailed Women Shows the Abuse of Human Rights in Iran

The Treatment of Jailed Women Shows the Abuse of Human Rights in Iran

Two women among hundreds of political prisoner are incarcerated on women’s ward of Evin Prison of Tehran in Iran. …

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The Fight for Freedom: Human Rights Facts in Iran

For several years, human rights have been an issue in Iran in relation to the U.N. Human Rights Council…

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Abduction and subjection to mock executions for Amnesty researcher

Oleg Kozlovsky, a Russian national working as a researcher for Amnesty International said, “They held a gun to my…

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PR push rolled out by China on the Xinjiang internment camps

The programme has come under increasingly heavy fire from the international community, with particularly heavy censure from the United…

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Life of stigma for children of the Islamic group in Iraq

Thousands of children of Islamic State group members, many of them abandoned are the innocent victims of the brutal…

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List of 8000 Rohingyas sent by Bangladesh cleared by Myanmar

The team of  Myanmar government which would be led by its foreign secretary would visit Bangladesh to conduct a…

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Protesters arrested by Nicaraguan police and anti-government march quashed

Protesters arrested by Nicaraguan police and anti-government march quashed

26 people had been arrested before a planned march against the government of President Daniel Ortega as per the…

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MSF: The Mental Health Of Child refugees in Nauru camp Has Deteriorated

MSF: The Mental Health Of Child refugees in Nauru camp Has Deteriorated

Nauru is one of two Pacific nations where Australia detains hundreds of asylum seekers intercepted while trying to reach…

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No place for the Philippines, Eritrea on Rights Council

Human Rights Watch stated that the member countries of the United Nations need to oppose the candidacies of the…

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Costa Rica Allows Asylum to Nicaraguan Human Rights Activist

The government of Costa Rica provided political asylum to Nicaraguan human rights activist Alvaro Leiva. Costa Rica’s foreign ministry…

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As the first group of India’s Rohingya refugees struggle with the hatred, the first group has been expelled

Many Rohingya refugees made their way into India after fleeing from Myanmar. The first group of seven have been…

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Faster enquiry called for by EU into Bulgarian journalist killing

The European Commission has urged Bulgaria for conducting a fast investigation into the killing of Viktoria Marinova. Hundreds of…

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Activists: New Zealand's 'degrading' abortion ban breaches human rights

Activists: New Zealand’s ‘degrading’ abortion ban breaches human rights

An abortion advocacy group in New Zealand has laid a discrimination complaint alleging New Zealand’s strict abortion laws breach the human…

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Malta arrival for over 100 migrants in a small boat

More than 650,000 people have reached Italy’s shores from North Africa since 2014 and Rome has begun to take…

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Government asked by Bangladesh court about why jailed photographer not getting bail

Shahidul Alam, an award-winning photographer had been detained in August under the suspicion of spreading “propaganda and false information”…

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Next government must tackle human rights crises in violence-hit regions: Cameroon

Next government must tackle human rights crises in violence-hit regions: Cameroon

“Whoever wins the election cannot ignore the perilous situation for people living in the Far North and Anglophone regions…

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7 Rohingya Deported to Myanmar: India

7 Rohingya Deported to Myanmar: India

Over a million Rohingya have fled Myanmar, most since August 2017, to escape the military’s crimes against humanity and…

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‘Human rights’ expert of the UN demand more worldwide legal abortion

  The declaration states a number of common pro-abortion points against pro-life motives and arguments. It says “legal frameworks for…

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Border protest kills Gaza youth

A teenager in Palestine got killed when a tear gas canister was fired by Israeli troops while there was…

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Horror of 2022 Qatar World Cup Undermines Peter Reid

Horror of 2022 Qatar World Cup Undermines Peter Reid’s Common Touch

Just like everything else in life, sport is also about putting on a show and providing the audience with…

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Bangladesh to consider amending law seen curbing free speech

Bangladesh to consider amending law seen curbing free speech

The South Asian nation’s parliament passed the Digital Security Act on Sept. 19, combining the colonial-era Official Secrets Act…

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Human Rights Council addresses unprecedented human rights crisis and sends a strong message of support to the people in Venezuela

Human Rights Council addresses unprecedented human rights crisis and sends a strong message of support to the people in Venezuela

The United Nations’ Human Rights Council (HRC) passed a resolution to address the unprecedented human rights crisis unfolding in…

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Rohingya issue need not be ‘internationalized’ as per China

A top Chinese diplomat said that the Rohingya issue should not be complicated, expanded or “internationalized”. This statement was…

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German Merkel said that human rights would be an issue in Erdogan talks

Chancellor Angela Merkel said that Germany has an interest in an economically stable Turkey and added that she also…

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UN human rights chief has been welcomed by Venezuelan president

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro welcomed U.N. human rights chief Michelle Bachelet to visit his country. She had urged Caracas…

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Team created by UN human rights body for documenting Myanmar abuses

Team created by UN human rights body for documenting Myanmar abuses

The top human rights body of the UN agreed to set up a team for the collection of evidence…

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Team created by UN human rights body for documenting Myanmar abuses

Team created by UN human rights body for documenting Myanmar abuses

The top human rights body of the UN agreed to set up a team for the collection of evidence…

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ICC asked by Latam nations and Canada to probe into the government of Venezuela

Some Latin American countries and Canada said that they have asked the International Criminal Court for investigating the Venezuelan…

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Delaying tactics by Myanmar is blocking Rohingya return as per Bangladesh PM

Delaying tactics by Myanmar is blocking Rohingya return as per Bangladesh PM

The neighbor of Bangladesh, Myanmar, has been accused by the leader of the former of dishing out new excuses…

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Unicef: Half a million children in immediate danger in Libya

Unicef: Half a million children in immediate danger in Libya

According to the United Nations children’s fund Unicef, Half a million children are in “immediate danger” in Libya’s capital Tripoli due…

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Aid for Rohingya in Bangladesh has been almost doubled by the US

Aid for Rohingya in Bangladesh and Myanmar has been almost doubled by the US

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said that the relief aid has almost been doubled for the…

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The US accuses Myanmar military of planning and coordinating Rohingya atrocities

An investigation which was carried out by the United States government has concluded that the military of Myanmar had…

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Human rights activist in Guatemala shot to death

Human rights prosecutor Jordan Rodas said that Juana Ramirez Santiago was shot to death Friday. She is the 21st…

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How the Al-Ghufran tribe suffered in Qatar

How the Al-Ghufran tribe suffered in Qatar

Members of the Al-Ghufran tribe are trying to get the United Nations to take note of their suffering in…

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Vanuatu steps up UN bid for West Papua rights

Vanuatu steps up UN bid for West Papua rights

West Papua has been sidestepped by both the Melanesian Spearhead Group and the Pacific Islands Forum. After the failure of…

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From next month, Rohingya refugees would be moved to island

Bangladesh would start to remove 100,000 refugees from Rohingya to a remote island. This would be done despite the…

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ICC begins investigation into atrocities: Myanmar Rohingya crisis

ICC begins investigation into atrocities: Myanmar Rohingya crisis

The international criminal court’s chief prosecutor announced that she is launching a preliminary investigation into deportations of hundreds of…

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UN probe: Myanmar army should be removed from politics

UN probe: Myanmar army should be removed from politics

According to UN investigators, Myanmar’s powerful army should be removed from politics, as they released the final part of a damning report…

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Child Presents Evidence to the UN on Discrimination in Qatar

A delegation from the al-Ghufran tribe has submitted a letter to the UN High Commissioner in which the tribe…

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UN: Prosecution of Myanmar's top soldiers for genocide

UN: Prosecution of Myanmar’s top soldiers for genocide

The U.N. has called for the prosecution of Myanmar’s top soldiers and officers by an ‘international…

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New concerns about UN response to Myanmar crisis: Experts

New concerns about UN response to Myanmar crisis: Experts

U.N.-backed investigators who examined a crackdown by Myanmar security forces that caused hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims…

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Counter-terror campaigner says that extremist groups are ‘weaponising’ Islamophobia and are making use of human rights for promoting ideology

Counter-terror campaigner says that extremist groups are ‘weaponising’ Islamophobia and are making use of human rights for promoting ideology

In a cynical way, hardliners weaponise Islamophobia for undermining a legitimate debate. Creator of the Commission for Countering Extremism…

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UN mission chief urges South Sudanese government to bring its soldiers under control

Special Representative David Shearer heads UNMISS has stated a Nepalese peacekeeper had got shot and wounded by a soldier…

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Rights Lawyer Demands Qatar Pay For Supporting Libyan Militias

Rights Lawyer Demands Qatar Pay For Supporting Libyan Militias

A lawyer from Libya is requesting the international community to force Qatar from stopping their support for the armed…

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Report by the US details shocking levels of reprisals against human rights defenders in India and China

Report by the US details shocking levels of reprisals against human rights defenders in India and China

Several countries like Russia, China, India and Myanmar have been included in the report by UN chief Antonio Guterres…

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Expulsion of UN Human Rights team has put Burundi under fire

Expulsion of UN Human Rights team has put Burundi under fire

Deputy Human Rights Commissioner Kate Gilmore told the UN Human Rights Council that her office was not able to…

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Muslim crackdown in China has been voiced by the US and sanctions weighed

Muslim crackdown in China has been voiced by the US and sanctions weighed

The U.S. State Department showed deep concerns over the situation of worsening crackdown on the minority Muslims in the…

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Afghans need asylum and all the Afghans should not be blamed for few crimes in Europe

Afghans need asylum and all the Afghans should not be blamed for few crimes in Europe

Filippo Grandi, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said, “There is a lot of pressure for Afghans to return….

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After US cuts, UNRWA seeks more funds from the Gulf and Europe

After US cuts, UNRWA seeks more funds from the Gulf and Europe

A UN agency supporting refugees from Palestine will aim for additional funding from the gulf states and the partners…

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Yazidis fear returning home

Yazidis fear returning home

The Yazidis who faced horrific times during the rule of the Islamic State are very afraid of returning home….

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Rights boss of UN requests Egypt to reverse mass death sentences

Rights boss of UN requests Egypt to reverse mass death sentences

United Nations human rights chief Michelle Bachelet requested the appeals court of Egypt to overturn the mass death sentences…

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UNHCR has stated that facility at Tripoli is ready for helping out refugees who are caught in fighting

UNHCR has stated that facility at Tripoli is ready for helping out refugees who are caught in fighting

The facility can host up to 1000 vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers. It would be managed by the Ministry…

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Hungarian Foreign Minister: Distributing Migrants Would Increase the Terrorism Threat

The Eurosceptic government of Hungary has had different clashes with Brussels over the conflicting policies on migration. Hungary has…

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Call for freeing Reuters reporters in Myanmar by Rohingya protesters

Call for freeing Reuters reporters in Myanmar by Rohingya protesters

Around 50 Muslim refugees of Rohingya got together in a muddy sports field in a Bangladeshi camp for protesting…

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International Criminal Court claims to have jurisdiction over alleged crimes against Rohingya

International Criminal Court claims to have jurisdiction over alleged crimes against Rohingya

“The Court has jurisdiction over the crime against humanity of deportation allegedly committed against members of the Rohingya people,”…

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Damage revealed by Israeli satellites at site if airstrike on Iranian targets

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, warplanes entered through Lebanese airspace and targeted Iranian positions. A state…

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The Neighbors of Venezuela Look For Getting Aid to Tackle the Migration Crisis

A group of nations from Latin America have called to increase the aid for giving the assistance to thousands…

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Student activists in China target inequality after being inspired by #MeToo

Student activists in China target inequality after being inspired by #MeToo

The students have been facing off with the Chinese government in recent months over issues like sexual assault on…

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In second night of clashes, five protestors have been killed in Basra

In second night of clashes, five protestors have been killed in Basra

Protesters are angry over electricity outages during the hot Iraqi summer, a lack of jobs and proper government services…

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Advocate: Pacific Islands Forum is masking human rights abuse

Advocate: Pacific Islands Forum is masking human rights abuse

Ian Rintoul from the Refugee Action Coalition said journalists attending the forum needed to look at the bigger picture….

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Michelle Bachelet is the new Head of UN Human Rights

Michelle Bachelet, the former President of Chile, is now the head of the human rights office of the United…

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Migration flows deemed to be normal by Venezuelan leaders

Vice President Delcy Rodriguez told, “There has been an intent to convert a normal migratory flow into a humanitarian…

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Refugee criteria for millions of Palestinian refugees defended by UNRWA chief

UNRWA Commissioner-General Pierre Krahenbuhl said in an open letter to Palestinian refugees, “I express deep regret and disappointment at…

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Rights expert of UN warns against censorship and discrimination in Facebook definition of terrorism

A UN rights expert expressed his concern on the definition of the term “terrorism”. It has been defined as…

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Ruling of Myanmar journalist was shocking

The new UN human rights chief expressed her shock at the kind of justice meted out to the two…

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Palestinian Refugees Are Disappointed with US over Halting Funds to UN Agency

Palestinian refugees reacted with bewilderment against the decision taken by the US to freeze the funds for a UN…

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Book Covering Rohingya Crisis Contains Fake Photos

On a new book on the Rohingya crisis, a grainy black-and-white photo has been printed. The photo shows that…

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Iran’s treatment of jailed woman shows its abuse of human rights

Iran’s treatment of jailed woman shows its abuse of human rights

The treatment of Zagari-Ratcliffe shows how the Iranian judiciary plays on the nerves of prisoners. She was allowed to…

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For coping with Venezuelan immigrants, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador seek aid

For coping with Venezuelan immigrants, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador seek aid

Cesar Bustamante, an official at Peru’s foreign ministry said, “More demand for public services means more resources. There’s no…

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Syria’s Refugees Are Fearing That They Can’t Go Back to Their Country

Abu Ahmed, a Syrian merchant is selling Qur’anic pamphlets while keeping an eye for the police and also for…

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Nicaragua Government Is Being Accused for Widespread Violation of Rights

Nicaragua Government Is Being Accused for Widespread Violation of Rights

The government of Nicaragua completely ignored the sight of armed robs rounding up protestors; some protestors were even raped…

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Post clashes, hundreds of migrants have been trapped in detention centres in the capital of Libya

Post clashes, hundreds of migrants have been trapped in detention centres in the capital of Libya

Many migrants are surviving without food and water in the detention centres run by the government in the Libyan…

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Myanmar rejects UN report on Human Rights violations against Rohingya Muslims

Myanmar rejects UN report on Human Rights violations against Rohingya Muslims

Myanmar has rejected the findings of a UN investigation alleging genocide by its military against the Rohingya after the…

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Myanmar rejects UN probe findings of Rohingya 'genocide'

Myanmar rejects UN probe findings of Rohingya ‘genocide’

Myanmar has come under immense pressure this week over last year’s military crackdown that pushed more than 700,000 of…

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UN Calls for Myanmar Generals to Be Tried for Genocide, Blames Facebook for Provocation

The military forces of Myanmar carried out mass killings and gang rapes of Muslim Rohingya with the determination of…

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UK universities are criticized for valuing “profit” over human rights in Egypt

UK universities are criticized for valuing “profit” over human rights in Egypt

More than 200 academics are now questioning the relationship between British and Egyptian universities, saying UK schools are overlooking…

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Bolton: We will de-fund the UN Human Rights Council

Bolton: We will de-fund the UN Human Rights Council

“We are going to de-fund the Human Rights Council,” Bolton told The Associated Press in an interview while warning…

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Work started on Islamic State crimes in Iraq by UN team, which was approved a year ago

Work started on Islamic State crimes in Iraq by UN team, which was approved a year ago

The UN team would be lead by British lawyer Karim Asad Ahmad Khan and they would start their work…

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After raid by police, student activists disappear in China

After raid by police, student activists disappear in China

An apartment in southern China was stormed by the police who had riot gear on. About 40 student activists…

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Worst Acts of Humanity Gets Displayed from the Rohingya Refugee Crisis

From the end of August 2017, over 700000 Rohingya refugees ran away from the growing violence in Myanmar. The…

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‘Lost generation’ of Rohingya children warned by the UN

‘Lost generation’ of Rohingya children, warned by the UN

The UN has called the children of Rohingya who are living in the refugee camps of Bangladesh as the…

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Villagers of Myanmar have warned of leaving their homes in case Rohingya refugees return

It has been a year since the Muslims of Rohingya left their homes and fleed from the northern Rakhine…

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Ethiopia visit of delegation from US for discussions on reforms and human rights

Ethiopia visit of delegation from US for discussions on reforms and human rights

A delegation from the US is on its way to Ethiopia for talking about the reform efforts since the…

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Houthi Rebels Created Destruction with Landmines

Landmines can create mass destruction in any country. It has been rightly proved in Aden, which was controlled by…

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Former accused Nazi guard deported to Germany by the US

Former accused Nazi guard deported to Germany by the US

A man from New York city who is 95 years old and is believed to be a former guard…

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Warning of UN collapse from outgoing UN Human RIghts chief

Warning of UN collapse from outgoing UN Human Rights chief

Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein has said that the five members who hold veto power, i.e Britain, China, France,…

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Unless Europe offers help, Italy has threatened to send back the stranded migrants back to Libya

Unless Europe offers help, Italy has threatened to send back the stranded migrants back to Libya

Under a dramatic crisis escalation, Italy has threatened to send back 180 migrants who are stranded in…

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Frenzied Venezuelans Disregard Passport and Cross Border Rule of Ecuador

Hundreds and thousands of frantic Venezuelan migrants are fleeing from the economic misery that their home-country is facing. In…

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The Rohingya lists: refugees compile their own record of those killed in Myanmar

The Rohingya lists: refugees compile their own record of those killed in Myanmar

Mohib Bullah is not your typical human rights investigator. He chews betel and he lives in a rickety hut…

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Amnesty chair of Turkey released after being behind bars for more than a year

Amnesty chair of Turkey released after being behind bars for more than a year

The Honorary Chair of Amnesty International Turkey, Taner Kilic got released after spending more than 14 months…

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Deaths of Nepali Workers at Qatar World Cup Stadium Sites

On 14th August, a 23-year Nepali labor died in Qatar while working at one of the venues of the…

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Taliban Withdraws Protection for Red Cross Staff in Afghanistan

On 15th August, Taliban announced that it was pulling out its security guarantee for the staffs of International Red…

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Bogged By Criticism Over Museum, Chilean Minister Resigned

Bogged By Criticism Over Museum, Chilean Minister Resigned

The pick for cultural minister by Chilean president Sebastian Pinera was forced to resign after spending few…

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After Serving Five Years, Azeri Human Rights Activist Freed

After Serving Five Years, Azeri Human Rights Activist Freed

Human rights activist Ilgar Mammadov was freed by an Azerbaijan court. He was subjected to a seven-year…

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European Port Being Looked Out By Humanitarian Ship For Migrants Who Are Rescued

European Port Being Looked Out By Humanitarian Ship For Migrants Who Are Rescued

Groups for human rights urged the European governments to allow a charity ship so as to where…

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U.N. says it has credible reports that China holds a million Uighurs in secret camps

U.N. says it has credible reports that China holds a million Uighurs in secret camps

A United Nations human rights panel said on Friday that it had received many credible reports that 1 million…

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Asian countries notorious for perpetuating serious indigenous human rights violations

Asian countries notorious for perpetuating serious indigenous human rights violations

Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP), an organization of indigenous peoples’ movement in Asia, revealed that in recent years, there…

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Human rights groups call for investigation into brutal beating of boy by PNG police

Human rights groups call for investigation into brutal beating of boy by PNG police

Police commissioner Gari Baki said he had ordered a full investigation. “Police brutality continues to be disregarded by a…

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Colombia To Be Given $9 Million By The US For Helping Venezuelan Migrants

Colombia To Be Given $9 Million By The US For Helping Venezuelan Migrants

Since the past 18 months the citizens of Venezuela have been fleeing their country due to the…

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The Thai Move Of Giving Citizenship To The Cave Boys Welcomed By UN Refugee Agency

The Thai Move Of Giving Citizenship To The Cave Boys Welcomed By UN Refugee Agency

The group of 13 boys who were rescued from the flooded Thai cave last month, 3 among…

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Saudi Arabia’s SUSPENDS flights to Canada in a bitter feud over human rights arrests

Saudi Arabia’s SUSPENDS flights to Canada in a bitter feud over human rights arrests

Saudia said it would be temporarily stopping inbound and outbound flights to Toronto Pearson International Airport – the only…

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Human rights group slams Bangladesh government for attacks against protesters

Human rights group slams Bangladesh government for attacks against protesters

A global human rights group on Tuesday accused Bangladesh’s government of using abusive measures in handling student-led protests calling…

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Civilians Are Being Used As Human Shields by Houthi Rebels in Hodeidah

Houthi rebels are preventing residents of Al Durayhimi, from leaving the district before the pro-government troops make an invasion….

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Human Right Group Opposing the Moving Of Rohingya to Island Camp

A human rights group requested Bangladesh’s government to relinquish plans to move Rohingya Muslim refugees to a small, desolate…

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Riyadh Asked For Details On Detention Of Activists By The US

Details On Detention Of Activists Asked For By The US

A State Department official said, “We have asked the Government of Saudi Arabia for additional information on…

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closes office after ‘alarming’ threats

closes office after ‘alarming’ threats

The Nicaraguan Association for Human Rights (ANPDH) said Sunday it is closing its offices following “alarming” threats to its…

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Surge in Student Protest in Dhaka over Safer Streets

Again, thousands of angry young people took to the streets of Bangladesh’s capital on Sunday over the demand for…

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United States Needs Help To Find Parents Deported Without Their Children

The Government of the US has told the federal court judge that they are keen to help out those…

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Widespread Human Rights Violation In Afrin Caused By Turkish Occupation

Widespread Human Rights Violation In Afrin Caused By Turkish Occupation

The residents of Afrin have been subjected to torture, looting of businesses and homes, destruction of schools after the…

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Suu Kyi to be removed from human rights museum exhibition following criticism of response to Rohingya crisis

Suu Kyi to be removed from human rights museum exhibition following criticism of response to Rohingya crisis

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is removing reference to Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi from one of…

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Saudi Arabia arrests two more women's rights activists

Saudi Arabia arrests two more women’s rights activists

Human Rights Watch (HRW) said authorities arrested Samar Badawi and Nassima al-Sadah in the past two days. More than…

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After Spending Two Weeks At Sea, Sarost Would Land In Tunisia With Migrants Aboard

After Spending Two Weeks At Sea, Sarost Would Land In Tunisia With Migrants Aboard

40 migrants are in the vessel which has been stuck in the sea during the last two…

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UN States That Dissent Still Unaccepted In Saudi And Asked For Release Of Activist

UN States That Dissent Still Unaccepted In Saudi And Asked For Release Of Activist

The United Nations human rights office asked Saudi Arabia to release all the activists which includes women…

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Panel appointed in Myanmar to investigate Rohingya Human Rights Abuses

Myanmar has created a commission of inquiry and investigating the accusations of human rights abuses in the conflict-ridden Rakhine…

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UN rights experts tell Bahrain to release jailed activists

UN rights experts tell Bahrain to release jailed activists

United Nations human rights experts called on Bahrain on Thursday to release detained activists, end restrictions on freedom of…

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Human rights group-Haki Africa allege that police have Abducted 43 people at the Coast

Human rights group-Haki Africa allege that police have Abducted 43 people at the Coast

Some 46 people from the Coast have gone missing as the war on terror and criminal gangs intensifies. Human…

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The Human Rights Crisis That Is Unfolding In The Xinjiang Province In China Is Overlooked

The Human Rights Crisis That Is Unfolding In The Xinjiang Province In China Is Overlooked

One expert on the situation in Xinjiang described the camps as an organized form of “disappearances.” News reports indicate…

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Britain Divided On Issue Of Whether Abuse To Human Rights Is A Problem Or Not

Britain Divided On Issue Of Whether Abuse To Human Rights Is A Problem Or Not

The global research tells us more about how we understand and interpret human rights. The majority of UK respondents believe…

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Human Rights Watchdog States Polish Police Sometimes Kicks and Punches Detainees

A European rights watchdog announced that Polish police sometimes punch and kick detainees. Through their statement it tries to…

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Six Prison Guards Detained After Video Has Been Circulated Of Showing Torture

Six Prison Guards Detained After Video Circulated Of Showing Torture

After a video was circulated which showed that 10 prison guards were torturing and beating a prisoner….

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Intelligence Agency Of Iraq Admitted To Holding Hundreds Despite Them Being Denied Previously

Intelligence Agency Of Iraq Admitted To Holding Hundreds Despite Them Being Denied Previously

Iraq’s National Security Service (NSS), an Iraqi intelligence agency which reports to the Prime Minister has admitted to the…

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Hundreds of Indians in Qatar stranded without pay

More than 600 Indian workers in Qatar have been facing denial of salaries, visa expiry, job losses and even…

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Nicaraguan Ortega Calls For Peace Instead Of Nicaraguan Ortega Calls For Peace Instead Of Battling ProtestsBattling Protests

Nicaraguan Ortega Calls For Peace Instead Of Battling Protests

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega has requested his protestors, in what he calls, an attempt by them to…

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Abuse To Human Rights In Nicaragua Condemned By OAS

Abuse To Human Rights In Nicaragua Condemned By OAS

The Organization of American States condemned the abuses towards human rights which took place in Nicaragua. The…

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Complicated Access To Justice Deserted By Legal Aid

Complicated Access To Justice, Deserted By Legal Aid

As the lawyers withdraw from services which are not financially viable anymore have left many people not…

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Nikki Haley Stated That UN human Rights Council Is Its Greatest Failure In Defending US Withdrawal

Nikki Haley Stated That UN Human Rights Council Is Its Greatest Failure In Defending US Withdrawal

Nikki Haley defended the decision by the Trump administration of withdrawing from the UN. She’s the US…

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Israeli Army Turns Away Fleeing Syrian Refugees

A video footage showed that Syrians fleeing from their war-torn country being turned away by Israeli soldiers from the…

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UN Human Rights Chief Hits Back the Claims of Bias on Kashmir Report

UN Human Rights commissioner Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein published a report last month on human rights violation in Kashmir….

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Support Urged For By The UN For Humanitarian Aid, Sahel And West African Revitalization

Support Urged For By The UN For Humanitarian Aid, Sahel And West African Revitalization

The United Nations member states were urged by the organisation to donate for the cause of humanitarian…

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Human Rights Group Alleges Turkey Stopping the Registration of Syrian Refugees

According to a new report from Human Rights Watch (HRW), Turkish authorities have stopped the registration process of the…

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Police Attacks In Nicaragua Condemned By The US

Police Attacks In Nicaragua Condemned By The US

The paramilitary force used their power against the university students, journalists and clergies across the country. This…

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Nicaragua Violence End Demanded By The UN Chief, Ortega Is Facing Protests Too

Nicaragua Violence End Demanded By The UN Chief, Ortega Is Facing Protests Too

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres stated that the groups associated with the Nicaraguan government is using unacceptable lethal…

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60 Human Rights Groups Implore UN to Deliver 'More Than Just Empty Words' to Victims of Haiti's Cholera Crisis

60 Human Rights Groups Implore UN to Deliver ‘More Than Just Empty Words’ to Victims of Haiti’s Cholera Crisis

Sixty human rights organizations from Haiti and around the world sent a letter Monday to United Nations Secretary-General Antonio…

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273 Is The Death Toll In The Nicaraguan Protests

273 Is The Death Toll In The Nicaraguan Protests

The human rights arm of the Organization of American States (OAS) stated that there have been a…

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Mexico Opposes US Advice to Take More Asylum Seekers

Mexico resisted the U.S. request to allow asylum seekers to apply in Mexico instead of the United States. Sources…

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Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Slams Trumps Child Separation Policy

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai mentioned Trump’s latest policy to separate children of illegal immigrants from their families…

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Nobel Laureate’s Widow Released from House Arrest

The Chinese government allowed Liu Xia, the widow of the Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo, to embark a plane to…

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Arab Parliament’s Resolution Incriminating Al Houthi Oppression Of Children Welcomed By Yemen

Arab Parliament’s Resolution Incriminating Al Houthi Oppression Of Children Welcomed By Yemen

The Security Council, the UN organisations and the international bodies concerned with the children’s rights was called…

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Bangladeshi Rohingya Refugee Camps Are Afraid After Killings

Thousands of police are being deployed by Bangladesh to the Rohingya refugee camps located to the south. There has…

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Ethiopia fires prisons bosses over violation of human rights

Ethiopia fires prisons bosses over violation of human rights

Ethiopia’s attorney general has relieved heads of prisons in the country, accusing them of failing to respect prisoners’ human…

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Syrian Civilians facing Miserable Situation after Fleeing from Rebels

The Syrian Civil War forced almost 271,800 people to flee their homes and take refuge in camps. However, the…

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At UN Human Rights Council, Russia expresses concern over rights violations in Ukraine

At UN Human Rights Council, Russia expresses concern over rights violations in Ukraine

During the 38th session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, the Russian delegation expressed its concern over…

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African countries slam Israeli occupation at UN human rights meeting

African countries slam Israeli occupation at UN human rights meeting

Representing 28% of all UN members, the African Group reaffirmed its support for the Palestinian people’s right to self-determination….

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Indonesia 'anti-LGBT abuses' fuel HIV cases

Indonesia ‘anti-LGBT abuses’ fuel HIV cases

Conservative politicians and hardline Islamist groups have been increasingly vocal against the vulnerable community in recent years, while lawmakers…

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Human Rights abuses in Venezuela increase, UN answers call for help

Human Rights abuses in Venezuela increase, UN answers call for help

Imagine trying to ration one tomato for a family of three for a day because a single bag of…

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US, UK, Norway Demand End To Horrendous Abuses In South Sudan

US, UK, Norway Demand End To Horrendous Abuses In South Sudan

The statement from the United States, United Kingdom and Norway said, “It must allow the return of…

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Human Rights Concerns Makes the Police to Use Facial Recognition in London

Human rights concerns have sparked in London after millions of people faced the prospects of being scanned by the…

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US State Department Warns About the Possibility of Child-trafficking

The US State Department has warned about the possibility of child-trafficking of the children who have been separated from…

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Myanmar Listed As Worst Offenders Of Human Trafficking By The US

Myanmar Listed As Worst Offenders Of Human Trafficking By The US

The treatment of Rohingya Muslims by the country’s military has pushed Myanmar as the worst offender of…

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As US Retreats, Other Countries Need To Work Together in Defense of Human Rights

As US Retreats, Other Countries Need To Work Together in Defense of Human Rights

At a time when courageous leadership in defense of human rights is most critical, Human Rights Watch regrets the…

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Efforts Made by UN Envoy in Yemen Supported by Arab Coalition

Colonel Turki Al Maliki, the spokesman for the coalition forces supporting legitimacy in Yemen focuses on the continuation of…

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Top Myanmar Military Officers Deserve Trial For Humanitarian Crimes

Top Myanmar Military Officers Deserve Trial For Humanitarian Crimes

Amnesty International said, “military-led operations … amounted to an orchestrated campaign of murder, rape, torture, and destruction…

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Myanmar Generals Penalized by EU for Rohingya Violations

Seven senior military officials from Myanmar were subjected to sanctions by the European Union. The general in-charge of an…

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Human Rights Group Claim They are not to be Blamed for US’s Withdrawal from UN Council

Around 20 Human Rights groups including Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International have pushed back on the claims made…

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Toll in Nicaragua unrest rises to 212, says human rights body

Toll in Nicaragua unrest rises to 212, says human rights body

“On the contrary, the IACHR found that the state response has been characterized by the repression and criminalization of…

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Pakistan says it is ready to facilitate UN’s inquiry commission if India gives access to J&K

Pakistan says it is ready to facilitate UN’s inquiry commission if India gives access to J&K

Pakistan will be willing if India allows it access to Jammu and Kashmir, the country’s Foreign Office spokesperson Mohammad…

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Executions by Malian government troops highlight human-rights challenges for Canadian peacekeepers

Executions by Malian government troops highlight human-rights challenges for Canadian peacekeepers

As Canada prepares to send hundreds of troops to Mali on a peacekeeping mission, a fresh discovery of mass…

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UN Human Rights Council Should Act on Venezuela

UN Human Rights Council Should Act on Venezuela

Upon hearing the results, Maduro sang victory, claiming “The whole of Venezuela has triumphed! Democracy has triumphed! Peace has…

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Syrian Government Forces Committed a Crime Against Humanity Claimed UN investigators

A new report concluded that the troops had caused severe physical and mental suffering to the residents of the…

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UN Human Rights Body Criticised By Indonesia For Lack Of Coordination Over Papua Visit

UN Human Rights Body Criticised By Indonesia For Lack Of Coordination Over Papua Visit

Indonesian Ambassador to the UN in Geneva said, “It is deeply regrettable that the staff members of…

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Three Countries Protected Half of the New Refugees of the World

Uganda, Bangladesh and Turkey alone welcomed over half the number of new refugees in 2017. The world had never…

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United States to Announce Exit from UN Human Rights Council

The United States will announce its exit from the UN Human Rights Council because of the UN’s bias against…

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Officials Are Struggling To Protect Rohingya Refugees Ahead Of Monsoons

Officials Are Struggling To Protect Rohingya Refugees Ahead Of Monsoons

They are facing challenges in moving refugees to safer areas and with the monsoons having already begun,…

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Brussels Wants UK to Remain In European Rights Court

The European Union wants the United Kingdom to remain tied to the European court of human rights even after…

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UN Calls for International Inquiry in Human Rights Violations in Kashmir

The United Nations has slammed the authorities of Pakistan and India for violations of human rights in the disputed…

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Eminent Human Rights Lawyer Detained in Iran Again

Nasrin Sotoudeh, who is an eminent human rights lawyer of Iranian origin, had been detained by the security forces….

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Saudi Woman Seeks Legal Action against Qatari and Iranian Sites

A woman from Saudi Arabia has threated to undertake legal action against Qatari and Iranian sites for using her…

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Ports Shut By Italy’s Matteo Salvini To The Migrants

Ports Shut By Italy’s Matteo Salvini To The Migrants

Leader of the right-wing League Party has refused permission to dock a rescue ship which…

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Europe Accused of Letting Human Traffickers Thrive in Libya

Increasing populism all over Europe is resulting in a rise of human trafficking violations in Libya. More and more…

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48 Team Proposal by FIFA May Force Qatar to Share World Cup Hosting Duties

FIFA is considering a proposal for expanding the 2022 football tournament to 48 teams from the current 32 teams….

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Haley hits UN human rights office over condemnation of US immigration policy

Haley hits UN human rights office over condemnation of US immigration policy

US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley rebuked the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights…

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Trump Supporter: US-North Korea summit should avoid talk of human rights

Trump Supporter: US-North Korea summit should avoid talk of human rights

The former US diplomat who secured an American prisoner’s release from North Korea warned on Tuesday (June 5) against…

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Prominent Human Rights Activist’s Sentence Upheld By Vietnam

Prominent Human Rights Activist’s Sentence Upheld By Vietnam

“Vietnam must end its systematic repression against human rights defenders who simply seek to reform the government…

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Trump urged to raise human rights

Trump urged to raise human rights

Barreling toward a historic summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, President Donald Trump has his sights set on…

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North Korea Human Rights Activists Consider Options Beyond Summit

North Korea Human Rights Activists Consider Options Beyond Summit

North Korea human rights advocates are considering more practical ways to reform the repressive practices of the Kim Jong…

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Romania, Lithuania Violated Human-Rights Laws by Hosting Secret Prisons

Romania, Lithuania Violated Human-Rights Laws by Hosting Secret Prisons

European court fines countries for holding al Qaeda suspects after Sept. 11 attacks and not investigating CIA interrogators’ tactics….

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Shareholder accuses Facebook of human rights violation

Shareholder accuses Facebook of human rights violation

It has been a rocky stretch of negative headlines for Facebook. It has been forced to explain how Russian-linked…

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Iran Targeted for Censorship and Abusing Human Rights by New US Sanctions

The US Treasury Department had targeted numerous Iranian organizations, nationals and governmental officials with financial sanctions over accusations of…

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Racial Bias Risk In Facial Matching System

Racial Bias Risk In Facial Matching System

The Human Rights Law Centre has said that facial matching technology risks racial bias and would have an adverse…

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Failure Of Commitment By Canada About International Human Rights Law In Abdoul Abdi Case

Failure Of Commitment By Canada About International Human Rights Law In Abdoul Abdi Case

Abdi had reached Canada when he was 6 and was subject to a great deal of abuse of neglect….

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Zero Tolerance Against Drug Dealers By Bangladesh

Zero Tolerance Against Drug Dealers By Bangladesh

The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), a paramilitary law-enforcing agency, started its anti-narcotic movement and it has so far arrested…

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Israel wants to deport Official Human Rights watch

Israel wants to deport Official Human Rights watch

One year after granting me a work permit to take up my post on the ground as Human Rights…

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Amnesty: Military of Nigeria Committed Inhuman War Crimes

The military of Nigeria have committed war and also crimes against humanity which includes torture and killing of civilians…

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Amnesty International: Myanmar Hindus Killed By Armed Rohingya

A Rohingya group which was armed carried out much destruction in the Hindu villagers of Myanmar where conflicts are…

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Avigdor Liberman Speaks Against Joint (Arab) List MK

Avigdor Liberman Speaks Against Joint (Arab) List MK

Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman on Monday accused the leader of the Joint (Arab) List MK, Ayman Odeh, and his…

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Around 60 Babies are Being Born Every Day in the Rohingya Camps in Bangladesh

In the huge refugee camps in Bangladesh, around 60 children are being born every day. Bangladesh had opened their…

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Britain’s Immigration Dragnet Involved A Champion Boxer In A Constant Limbo

Britain’s Immigration Dragnet Involved A Champion Boxer In A Constant Limbo

Kelvin Bilal Fawaz was trafficked to Britain during childhood and has been living in Britain during his entire 29…

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Google Employees Urge Company to Prevent the Development of AI Program for US Military

Google employees are resigning from their positions in order to protest against the artificial intelligence program which was being…

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Bahrain Links Of NI Companies Is A Concern For Human Rights Charity

Bahrain Links Of NI Companies Is A Concern For Human Rights Charity

A leading human rights charity has alleged that companies owned by Invest Northern Ireland and Democratic Unionist Party MP…

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Palestinians Dead On Gaza Border as US opens Jerusalem Embassy

Palestinians were continuously counting their deaths after the attacks done by the Israelis. The forces of Israel fired openly…

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UN expert criticized Irish Women's rights

UN expert criticized Irish Women’s rights

A human rights expert behind United Nations efforts to end discrimination against women has described the Eighth Amendment as…

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UK accused of flouting human rights

The UK accused of flouting human rights

Amnesty International has said, The Conservative government triggered a “racialized” war on gangs that has stigmatized black youngsters and…

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Nigerian Army Claims to have Freed 1000 Boko Haram Captives

According to the reports provided by the Nigerian army, they had released 1000 hostages who were captivated in the…

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Fairness Of Malaysia Vote Questioned By Rights Body

Fairness Of Malaysia Vote Questioned By Rights Body

The Human Rights Commission of Malaysia said that the current redrawing of electoral boundaries, which opposition parties said favoured…

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Next Malaysian Government Must Prioritize Human Rights

Next Malaysian Government Must Prioritize Human Rights

Amnesty International said ahead of polling day that the next government of Malaysia must consider the human rights aspects…

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Protections For 50,000 Hondurans Living In The US Since 1999 Ended By Homeland Security

Protections For 50,000 Hondurans Living In The US Since 1999 Ended By Homeland Security

50,000 Hondurans who had been allowed to live and work in the US have to leave the country in…

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Israel: Human Rights laws do not apply to Gaza rallies

Israel: Human Rights laws do not apply to Gaza rallies

The Israeli authorities say that human rights laws do not apply to ongoing Palestinian protests along the Gaza Strip’s…

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UN Peacekeepers from Austria to Be Investigated Over Ambush in Syria

Austria is holding an investigation into the conduct of its peacekeepers with the UN force over an incident that…

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London Branch of al Jazeera Will Strike To Protest Pay

The staff at the English language TV channel of al Jazeera has taken a vote and will be going…

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Turkish Journalists Convicted For Just Doing Their Jobs

14 journalists and members of Cumhuriyet, the Turkish daily newspaper, have been convicted and sent to prison. According to…

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46 Human Rights Defenders Have Been Killed Till Now In 2018 In Colombia

46 Human Rights Defenders Have Been Killed Till Now In 2018 In Colombia

The country departments with the highest rates of human rights defenders murdered are Cauca (southwest), Antioquia (northeast) and the…

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Human Rights Strides Must Be Redoubled By Ethiopia

Human Rights Strides Must Be Redoubled By Ethiopia

The UN Human Rights chief was allowed to visit an area of protest and unrest and that has been…

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Qatar Campus Witnesses Outrage over Migrant Worker Conditions

Ian Almond had mentioned the heart-wrenching story of the migrant workers in the Qatari campus of Georgetown in a…

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Database of Syria Chemical Attacks Revealed by Activist Group

An activist group had revealed a lot of information on the chemical attacks which had taken place in Syria….

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Turkish Government Cracks Down on Students

Along with FSA (Free Syrian Army), Turkey launched the ‘Operation Olive Branch’ to clear the militants of YPG (Kurdish…

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Human Rights Watch wants Bato accountable for EJKs

Human Rights Watch wants Bato accountable for EJKs

On Wednesday, a human rights group said, Outgoing Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Dir. Gen. Ronald de la Rosa…

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Pakistan Failing on Human Rights Issues

An independent right group in Pakistan reported that Pakistan has failed to make an improvement on many issues. Th…

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Change of leadership must herald a new era for human rights: Cuba

Change of leadership must herald a new era for human rights: Cuba

The end of Raúl Castro’s mandate as president of Cuba, expected to come on 19 April, presents a historic…

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Human Rights Month is commemorated by SAPS

Human Rights Month is commemorated by SAPS

UMAN Rights Month is celebrated in South Africa in March, with Human Rights Day on March 21. To commemorate…

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Human Rights Activist Of Southern Russia, Attacked

Human Rights Activist Of Southern Russia, Attacked

In campaigns designed to drive out one of the biggest human rights group in Russia, the head of one…

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Climate Hearings Vs. Fossil Fuel Giants

Climate Hearings Vs. Fossil Fuel Giants

Philippines Human Rights Commission Begins Climate Hearings Vs. Fossil Fuel Giants. The Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines…

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China & Russia lobbied to cut funding for human rights at UN

China & Russia lobbied to cut funding for human rights at UN

China and Russia are leading a stealthy and increasingly successful effort at the United Nations to weaken UN efforts…

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Innumerable Evidences of War Crimes in Syria

Innumerable Evidences of War Crimes in Syria

A quasi-prosecutorial body of the US brought out its first report where it stated a huge volume of images,…

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