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Commenting on an Amnesty International report accusing the US and other world powers of abusing human rights, in an interview with Sputnik, Tim Anderson, a senior lecturer at the University of Sydney and author of "the Dirty War on Syria," underscored Amnesty International's biased approach. [Read More]
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BEIRUT–Iran said attacks would continue on rebel-held areas near Damascus, where clashes were reported on Sunday between insurgents and government forces despite a U.N. resolution demanding a 30-day truce across Syria. Warplanes and artillery hit some towns in the eastern Ghouta enclave, said residents, rescuers, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. The Observatory, a …... [Read More]
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This isn't just about my gun. It's about every single individual's fundamental right to liberty. [Read More]
A museum in Washington, DC has dedicated an exhibition to an iconic human rights movement sparked by Martin Luther King 50 years ago. [Read More]
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According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the strikes included two on the outskirts of Douma, the main town in Eastern Ghouta... [Read More]
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KeepOlim will hold its 2nd Annual Free Purim Party Fiesta in Tel Aviv while Rabbis For Human Rights pays tribute to one of its members... [Read More]
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Syria's regime carried out new air strikes Sunday on the rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta, a monitor said, despite a UN Security Council demand for a ceasefire "without delay". The strikes on Sunday morning included two on the outskirts of Douma, the main town in Eastern Ghouta, according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. Regime air strikes and artillery have been pounding the enclave near Damascus since February 18, with at least 519 dead since the bombing campaign was launched, according to the Observatory. The Security Council on Saturday unanimously demanded a 30-day ceasefire to allow... [Read More]
An organisation that uses architectural evidence in cases of war crimes or other human rights abuses is making itself enemies in high places... [Read More]
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Syrian opposition activists and residents of Damascus say the city and its embattled eastern suburbs are relatively calm following the U.N. Security Council's unanimous approval of a resolution demanding a 30-day cease-fire across Syria. The activists reported few violations, including some clashes, on the southern edge of the rebel-held suburbs, known as eastern Ghouta, and two airstrikes late on Saturday, shortly after the resolution was adopted. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Sunday no deaths have been reported since the resolution passed. Ghouta-based opposition activist Anas al-Dimashqi says the night was calm but warplanes and drones are... [Read More]
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People fighting for their human rights face "beyond unacceptable" waits of more than two years for justice, after politicians and officials ignored repeated pleas for a law change to help clear the backlog, documents reveal. [Read More]
The 17th annual Terre Haute Human Rights Day, hosted by Indiana State University, will take place March 6 at Hulman Memorial Student Union. The event is free and open to... [Read More]
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Human rights lawyer praises student advocates at 2018 Watermark Conference for Women... [Read More]
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A former Coolmore Stud employee who wrote a contentious book about its operations is taking Ireland to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) for allegedl... [Read More]
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BLACK cab rapist John Worboys has vowed to take his bid for freedom to the European Court of Human Rights if he is not released from jail. [Read More]
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A U.S. civil rights organization describes Paul Fromm's association as working "against the Canadian Human Rights Commission to defend anti-Semites, racists and Holocaust deniers from persecution …." [Read More]
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North Korea's national cheerleaders — who became mainstream media's darlings at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics — are likely alleged sex slaves for the dictatorship's regime, according to a new report by Bloomberg News. Arts performers in North Korea not only promote propaganda but attend daily parties where they must provide sexual services, Lee So-yeon, 42, a former military musician who fled North Korea in 2008, told Bloomberg News. She explained: North Korea's art troupe came here and performed with dances and songs, and it might seem like a fancy show on the outside. However, they also... [Read More]
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++WARNING GRAPHIC VIDEO++ The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group says at least 382 civilians, among them 94 children, have been killed in bombardments since Sunday night. (Feb. 22) [Read More]
* Chinese user data will be accessible via Chinese legal process... [Read More]
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In its annual report Amnesty International has accused the US and other world leaders of abandoning human rights and setting a dangerous precedent for other governments to follow. Moreover, the report notes that the regression of human rights was due to the policies of US President Donald Trump, especially his stance on migration. [Read More]
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Turkey called on the international community to end the "massacre" in the Syrian rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta hit by intense regime bombardment ahead of a UN Security Council vote on Saturday."The regime is committing massacres in Eastern Ghouta," Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said on Twitter."The world should say stop to this massacre together," Kalin said.New air strikes hit the enclave on Saturday raising the civilian death toll from seven days of intense bombardment to over 500 including more than 120 children, according to the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor."Have you seen or... [Read More]
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