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In view of the hostage crisis, what do you think of Japan's decision to provide   - 10 Hours ago
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Joko praised on economy but criticised on human rights and graft   - 10 Hours ago
JAKARTA: Indonesia’s new President Joko Widodo has won praise for bold economic reforms at the start of his term, but his man-of-the-people image has suffered after criticism of his commitment to human
  
    




Ground broken on Pasadena Armenian Genocide Memorial   - 5 Hours ago
Pasadena’s Armenian Genocide Memorial took a major step on the road from concept to reality Sunday when officials gathered for a ground-breaking ceremony at the construction site at Memorial Park, Pasadena
  
    



Vietnam: Plainclothes Agents Target Rights Campaigners, Says HRW   - 5 Hours ago
By The Vietnamese authorities should immediately stop using violence against human rights campaigners, Human Rights Watch said today. In January 2015, leading bloggers were targeted by plainclothes
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Burma: “Peaceful Assembly Law” Fails to End Repression   - 6 Hours ago
(New York) – The authorities in Burma should stop arresting peaceful protesters and immediately and unconditionally free those imprisoned. Burma’s donors should press for amendments to Burmese law so
  
    



ISRAELI SPECIAL UNITS COMMIT WAR CRIMES AGAINST PALESTINIAN PRISONERS - STUDIES   - 7 Hours ago
RAMALLAH, Jan 26 (NNN-WAFA) -- The Palestine Detainees Studies Centre said that Israeli special units in Israeli jails commit war crimes against Palestinian prisoners. In a press release issued on Sunday,
  
    


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Melbourne Invasion Day protest: 'no pride in genocide'   - 8 Hours ago
"Today was the best Invasion Day protest that I have ever been to," Socialist Alliance councillor Sue Bolton told Green Left on January 26. "There was a real feeling of Aboriginal Pride and Resistance.
  
    



Less aid could turn humanitarian tragedies into security crises   - 8 Hours ago
Home News Article J Jan 26 2015 In This Article Information Systems International Services S.A.E Related 26 January 2015 The murder and mayhem caused by ISIS and other terrorist groups ruin the lives
  
    



Turangawaewae - Human Rights Commission e-newsletter   - 8 Hours ago
Binoy Kampmark: The left – and by this, the genuine, progressive, unmanagerial left – is getting noisy. The Greek elections are upon us, with the similar challenges being played out from 2012. There are
  
    


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Turangawaewae – Human Rights Commission e-newsletter   - 9 Hours ago
Column – Human Rights Commission Please find our new newsletter here . Highlighted stories this month: Treaty of Waitangi and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People Dame Susan Devoy
  
    



Assyrians March in Sweden for Genocide Recognition   - 10 Hours ago
Posted 2015-01-26 02:26 GMT Assyrians march for genocide recognition in Stockholm. Stockholm (AINA) -- More than two thousand Assyrians marched for genocide recognition on Sunday in six cities in Sweden.
  
    



Nigeria: Poverty, violence and a gale of human rights abuse   - 10 Hours ago
Attacks by the militant Islamist group Boko Haram and abuses by government security forces led to spiraling violence across northern and central Nigeria. This violence, which first erupted in 2009, has
  
    


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OIC Human Rights condemns French magazine’s ‘Prophet caricature’   - 11 Hours ago
Listen JEDDAH The OIC Independent Permanent Human Rights Commission (IPHRC) has said that it is appalled by the recent repeated publication of sacrilegious caricature of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)
  
    



How free is India on 66th Republic day as slave trade flourishes   - 11 Hours ago
dna, in a three-part series, had narrated how a well-oiled network of slave traders were dealing in tribal kids from India's extremely backward regions. Most of them were left to rot in homes, from where
  
    



1/26/2015: Nation: NHRC to dispose of human rights violation cases in UP   - 11 Hours ago
A delegation of the National Human Rights Commission is scheduled to arrive in the city on a three-day visit beginning Tuesday to dispose of more than 50 cases of human rights violation across nine districts
  
    



Donors insist no return to Malawi budget support: Channel  humanitarian aid to agencies   - 12 Hours ago
International donors, who provide 40 percent of Malawi’s budget,  have said they  will not be able to resume aid support to the impoverished country and they are  channelling humanitarian aid to flood
  
    



UNHCR, BAFIA, Japan and Australia Inaugurate Molavi School in Mashhad   - 12 Hours ago
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Representative and Deputy Representative along with the Deputy Director General of the Bureau for Aliens and Foreign Immigrants’ Affairs (BAFIA),
  
    



Flooding hindered transfer of South Sudanese refugees to Sudan: UNHCR   - 7 Hours ago
(KHARTOUM) – The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said that flooding has hindered transfer of South Sudanese refugees to new relocation sites in Sudan’s White Nile state. According
  
    



Floods hinder relocation of S. Sudanese refugees in Sudan: UNHCR   - 7 Hours ago
(KHARTOUM) - The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said that flooding has hindered transfer of South Sudanese refugees to new relocation sites in Sudan’s White Nile state. Last December,
  
    



Angelina Jolie: World failing to avert disaster in Iraq, Syria   - 7 Hours ago
Actress and special envoy of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Angelina Jolie speaks to the media as she visits a Kurdish refugee camp in Dohuk, northern Iraq. Photo by Ari Jalal, Reuters.
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New culture war about ethnic, racial identity emerges: E.J. Dionne   - 11 Hours ago
By E. J. Dionne WASHINGTON -- The old culture war politics is dying but new culture wars are gathering force. The transformation of the battlefield will change our public life. The idea of a "culture
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Ukraine’s security council seeks Hague tribunal trial into ‘crimes against humanity’   - 21 Hours ago
KIEV, January 25. /TASS/. Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council on Sunday asked the government to file a lawsuit in the Hague tribunal into the crimes against humanity committed in 2014-2015,
  
    



Indonesia's Widodo praised on economy, but criticised on rights   - 23 Hours ago
Jakarta (AFP) - Indonesia's new President Joko Widodo has won praise for bold economic reforms at the start of his term, but his man-of-the-people image has suffered after criticism of his commitment
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UN envoy laments scant human rights gains in Cambodia   - 23 Hours ago
United Nations envoy Surya Subedi paid a final official visit to Cambodia on Friday and noted scant progress during his six-year mandate, warning the government its people were no longer afraid to defend
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Saudi Dep. Crown Prince: World lost "highly influential political, humanitarian   - 1/25/2015
(MENAFN - Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) Saudi Arabia's Deputy Crown Prince, Second Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Prince Mohammad bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz said that the world has lost a "highly esteemed
  
    
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