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Pro-Russian militants torture civilians in Donbas - Human Rights Watch
Ukrinform - 2 Hours ago
KYIV, September 2 /Ukrinform/. International human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) has reported the torture of civilians by pro-Russian militants in the Donbas. Ukrainian National Security
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Amnesty accuses IS of 'systematic ethnic cleansing' in Iraq
Yahoo! News UK and Ireland - 10 Hours ago
By | AFP  –  Amnesty International on Tuesday accused Islamic State fighters of "systematic ethnic cleansing" in northern Iraq , as Iraqi troops, Kurdish fighters and Shiite militiamen backed by US air
Amnesty accuses IS of 'systematic ethnic cleansing' in Iraq (AFP) Yahoo! News Australia
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Amnesty International calls for independent inquiry into tear-gassing of teens at
ABC Online - 10 Hours ago
Human rights group Amnesty International is calling for an independent inquiry into the tear-gassing of six teenagers in Darwin's juvenile detention centre last month. The boys - aged between 14 and
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'Gruesome evidence of ethnic cleansing' in Iraq
Deutsche Welle - 10 Hours ago
Rights group Amnesty International on Tuesday accused "Islamic State" (IS) militants of carrying out the systematic ethnic cleansing of minorities across northern Iraq, citing "hair-raising" accounts
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Amnesty accuses IS of 'systematic ethnic cleansing' in Iraq
Yahoo! News UK and Ireland - 10 Hours ago
By | AFP  –  Amnesty International on Tuesday accused Islamic State fighters of "systematic ethnic cleansing" in northern Iraq , as Iraqi troops, Kurdish fighters and Shiite militiamen backed by US air
Amnesty accuses IS of 'systematic ethnic cleansing' in Iraq (AFP) Yahoo! News Australia
Amnesty condemns IS 'ethnic-cleansing' in Iraq Yahoo! News UK and Ireland
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13 held in Bosnian war crimes probe
NewsRT.co.uk - 12 Hours ago
The case was handed over to Bosnian prosecutors from the Hague-based UN war crimes tribunal which has been relegating cases to the judiciary in former Yugoslav countries before it ends its 20 years of
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Anti-child labour campaign begins
Times of India - 12 Hours ago
GUWAHATI: With an aim to wipe out a social evil like child labour in Kamrup (metropolitan) district, Assam State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (ASCPCR), in collaboration with two voluntary
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Briton Andy Hall in Thai court on defamation charge after speaking out over ‘human
Azerbaijan News.Net - 2 Hours ago
The Independent Monday 1st September, 2014 When Andy Hall highlights the issue of abuse suffered by migrant workers in Thailand, it will not be in his role as a respected human rights researcher. Instead,
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Over 1 million Ukrainians displaced by crisis: UNHCR
Lebanon Daily Star - 2 Hours ago
GENEVA: More than one million people have been displaced by the conflict in Ukraine, including 814,000 Ukrainians now in Russia with various forms of status, the UNHCR United Nations refugee agency said
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Judges get human rights training
Saudi Gazette - 10 Hours ago
JEDDAH — The Ministry of Justice organized six workshops for judges in Abha and Riyadh. In Abha, the workshop dealt with human rights commissions and was presented by the head of the National Society
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US lawyer in Mario Deane case calls on J'cans to defend human rights
Irie FM - 10 Hours ago
United States attorney and civil rights activist Jasmine Rand has called on Jamaicans to become more active in the defense of their human rights. Ms Rand who was involved in the much publicized Trayvon
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Amnesty accuses IS of 'systematic ethnic cleansing' in Iraq
Defense-Aerospace - 10 Hours ago
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Jordan: ICRC president discusses regional humanitarian challenges
PressReleasePoint - 10 Hours ago
01-09-2014 News Release 14/154 Geneva/Amman (ICRC) – Peter Maurer, the president of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), today completed a two-day visit to Jordan. He met with Prince
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HRLA Condemns Murder of Filipino Human Rights lawyer
Scoop - 11 Hours ago
Attorney Rodolfo R. Felicio, a member of the , was gunned down while working on a land dispute in Rizal, east of Manila. Two caretakers of the disputed land were also injured in the attack. Attorney
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Israel must scrap illegal land grab in the West Bank
PressReleasePoint - 10 Hours ago
The Israeli authorities’ outrageous plan to expropriate nearly 1,000 acres of land in the West Bank is illegal and must be rescinded immediately, said Amnesty International.  “Israel’s strategy of illegally
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Egypt: Dissolution ultimatum for independent groups
Ifex - 11 Hours ago
UPDATE: On August 31, the Egyptian Ministry of Social Solidarity announced that the deadline for nongovernmental organizations to register under the 2002 NGO law has been postponed until November 10,
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Twitter users on trial while Turkey hosts key UN Internet summit
Amnesty International - 13 Hours ago
The Turkish government’s prosecution of Twitter critics is a deeply hypocritical stance for the host of the Internet Governance Forum, Amnesty International said today. The organization called on future
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'Gruesome evidence of ethnic cleansing' in Iraq
Deutsche Welle - 10 Hours ago
Rights group Amnesty International on Tuesday accused "Islamic State" (IS) militants of carrying out the systematic ethnic cleansing of minorities across northern Iraq, citing "hair-raising" accounts
Gruesome evidence of ethnic cleansing in northern Iraq as Islamic State moves to Amnesty International
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UN to investigate ethnic cleansing in Iraq
Special Broadcasting Service - 12 Hours ago
The 47 members of the United Nations' top rights body on Monday accepted without a vote a resolution urging the probe presented by Iraq and supported by more than 100 states. The diplomats reached
UN to investigate Islamic State in Iraq 3 News
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Qatar slams human rights abuses in Iraq
Qatar Tribune - 12 Hours ago
QNA GENEVA THE State of Qatar has condemned human rights violations in Iraq, including killings, war crimes, crimes against humanity, practices of forcible displacement and deprivation of the Iraqi
Qatar Condemns Human Rights Abuses in Iraq Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies
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Lebanon/IS: Soldier Beheading War Crime If Confirmed
Eurasia Review - 12 Hours ago
By The alleged beheading of Lebanese army sergeant Ali al-Sayed detained by the Islamic State is a war crime if confirmed, Human Rights Watch said today. Photos and a video were posted online on
Lebanon/IS: Soldier Beheading War Crime If Confirmed, Says HRW Albany Tribune
Lebanon/IS: Soldier Beheading a War Crime if Confirmed Human Rights Watch
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Human rights deputy director steps into role
Columbus Republic - 13 Hours ago
Follow The Republic: The city’s new deputy director of the Human Rights Commission has hit the door running. Molly Connor last month replaced Aida Ramirez, who was promoted to director in July after
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Activity by Amnesty International-Morocco banned in Bouznika
Agence Maghreb Arabe Presse - 14 Hours ago
* Vous devez remplir les champs vides ! * Vous devez accepter les conditions générales de vente !
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Second of two women in Tualatin elder abuse case goes to prison
Oregonian - 14 Hours ago
Summary: The second of two suspects accused of elder abuse by fleecing a man out of cash and family heirlooms has been convicted and sentenced in Washington County Circuit Court. The case: In April
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BC Human Rights Tribunal rejects Chinese student's hate complaint against student
Sun News - 14 Hours ago
| QMI AGENCY VANCOUVER - The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has dismissed a student's complaint alleging the University of B.C.'s student newspaper depicted Chinese students as hostile and apathetic.
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