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Adam Coogle 4h
Iran: Release Anti-Compulsory Hijab Activists
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Lotte Leicht 6h
Renewed crackdown on protests in . Alleged mistreatment of the women detainees, incl unjustifiable touching of their bodies, could amount to sexual assault prohibited under int'l law. The and its member states shouldn't stay silent.
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Wenzel Michalski 8h
Algerians have continued to assert their right to peaceful assembly in recent weeks despite growing police efforts to crack down on them. Protesters report being arrested, strip searched, handled roughly, and detained for hours.
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Lewis Mudge 4h
Habarugira's conviction, while a step in the right direction, reveals serious trial flaws. New report by
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Algeria: Police Renew Crackdown on Mass Protests
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César Muñoz 17h
Supreme Court justice in Brazil backtracks and lifts order to news sites & to take down an article mentioning chief justice, after strong criticism from & others. A victory for freedom of expression.
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Human Rights Watch 12h
DR Congo: Warlord’s Conviction Reveals Trial Flaws
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Nepal: End Attacks on Free Expression
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Human Rights Watch 17h
Bangladesh: Ensure Justice for Murdered Student | Young Woman Killed After Bringing Sexual Assault Complaint
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José Miguel Vivanco 19h
For decades, ordinary citizens in Latin America have been subject to the excessive use of pre-trial detention. Now that some powerful politicians and wealthy businessmen are subject to that same kind of treatment, this issue is finally being debated.
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Rothna Begum 19h
Good news! said they will respect sisters’ right to seek asylum. Real focus now should be on changing laws in Arabia that force women facing abuse to flee because they have no safe alternatives at home
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Human Rights Watch 19h
Without Justice in the Central African Republic, ‘Everything Else is Wrecked’
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Julian Burnside Apr 3
Have a look at the Burnside Conversations on Youtube: a digital series of me in conversation with key Australian and global thinkers on questions of asylum. Here's Ken Roth of Human Rights Watch
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Sarah Leah Whitson 19h
Not bad enough that has laws forcing women to wear hijab, now it's jailing women who protest the outdated, out of touch law. "No compunction in religion" remember?
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Giorgi Gogia 20h
Good that said they will respect sisters’ right to seek asylum. Real focus now should be on changing laws in Saudi Arabia that force women facing abuse to flee because they have no safe alternatives at home.
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EmmaDaly 21h
Iraqi authorities still ignoring credible reports of torture in Mosul jail - my colleague asks why they're not acting, despite ghastly stories documented by
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Tamara Taraciuk 20h
In Polarized Venezuela, Red Cross Grapples With Aid Distribution
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Amr Magdi 23h
The International Press Institute, in partnership with International Media Support, awarded the 2019 Free Media Pioneer Award for its independent coverage of Egypt while operating in “one of the world’s most repressive media environments.” WELL DESERVED!
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Claudio Francavilla Apr 18
: MEPs 'deplore that human rights concerns once again played a marginal role' at summit, call for targeted sanctions + EU leadership at on a UN fact-finding mission:
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Wenzel Michalski 24h
It is ridiculous that the Iranian authorities are arresting and prosecuting women for protesting against discriminatory dress code laws. should release anti-compulsory Hijab activists immediately.
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