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UN Humanitarian Chief Valerie Amos to Step Down   - 3 Hours ago
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has announced that U.N. humanitarian chief Valerie Amos plans to step down after more than four years of traveling the world to get aid to victims of natural disasters and
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America is a police state. When they teach Russia democracy or human rights from   - 7 Hours ago
Protests continue to rock US cities after the grand jury acquitted a white police officer, who killed an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson. Two faces of American democracy strike imagination indeed.
  
    




Your letters: Human rights violations in Gaza   - 18 Hours ago
, 10:15 AM Israeli human rights violations and the brutal use of force against unarmed civilians have become big challenges for the conscience of the modern world and human rights organizations.
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Human Rights activists held for extortion   - 3 Hours ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Cyberabad police arrested a man claiming to be chairman of International Human Rights (IHR) organisation, India branch, and 16 of his associates on charge of
  
    



Crowe meets Honduran human rights defender   - 3 Hours ago
Seán Crowe TD, Sinn Féin's spokesperson on Foreign Affairs, met the Honduran human rights defender Donald Hernández today. Donald is a member of the Latin American Lawyers' Network, a network that works
  
    



North Korea holds mass rally to oppose U.N. resolution condemning human rights abuses   - 8 Hours ago
PYONGYANG, North Korea, Nov. 26 (UPI) -- A mass rally was held in Pyongyang to voice opposition to a United Nations resolution condemning North Korea for human rights abuses. According to the North's
  
    


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FF+ to call on UN to investigate SA for 'genocide'   - 7 Hours ago
Freedom Front Plus leader Pieter Mulder said the commission's theme for the year was "Preventing and addressing violence and atrocities targeted against minorities". "It therefore joins up perfectly
  
    



‘Dr Death violated human rights’   - 7 Hours ago
Local healthcare practitioners have called on the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) to impose the harshest sentence on Dr Wouter, who is dubbed Dr Death. The 230 clinicians say Basson
  
    



Human Rights Commission publishes one-year report on Action Plan   - 7 Hours ago
News In Focus A progress report on its blueprint, Scotland’s National Action Plan for Human Rights (SNAP), has been published by the Scottish Human Rights Commission, ahead of the first anniversary of
  
    


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Number of Syrians in need of urgent humanitarian aid exceeds 12 million — UN   - 8 Hours ago
UNITED NATIONS, November 26. /TASS/. The number of Syrians who need urgent humanitarian aid has reached 12.2 million people, which is more than half of the country’s population at the moment of the beginning
  
    



UN Human Rights Commissioner calls for self-restraint in Missouri following unrest   - 8 Hours ago
(MENAFN - Jordan News Agency) The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights HRH Prince Zeid bin Raad has urged all protestors to avoid violence and destruction in the wake of the US Grand Jury's decision
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Human rights defender: "Armenia shouldn't rush into responding to Azerbaijan "   - 9 Hours ago
:15  "The pilots that showed courage and risked to fly over Nagorny Karabakh and adjacent territories despite the danger of being targeted by Azeri snipers are heroes," Larisa Alaverdyan, first Ombudswoman
  
    


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Human rights defender: Azerbaijan is colony of British Petroleum   - 9 Hours ago
by Marianna Mkrtchyan Wednesday, November 26, 15:08  No one will allow Azerbaijan to resume military actions in the Karabakh conflict zone, Larisa Alaverdyan, first Ombudswoman of Armenia, Executive Director
  
    



UN relief chief warns Syria humanitarian efforts falling short   - 15 Hours ago
– While humanitarians have made some progress in delivering much-needed supplies to the growing numbers of people in conflict-riven Syria, efforts by the United Nations and its partners are still falling
  
    



UN: 12.2m Syrians need humanitarian help   - 17 Hours ago
Humanitarian chief tells Security Council that delivery of aid from Turkey and Jordan to rebel-held areas in Syria has 'made a difference.' Haaretz's latest Middle East analyses and opinions: | . Click
  
    



'L-A-P-D, you can't hide! We charge you with genocide!'   - 17 Hours ago
:12 PM PDT post a comment On Tuesday afternoon, several hundred demonstrators voicing their outrage at the refusal of a grand jury to induct police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death
  
    



DPRK protests UN resolution on human rights abuses   - 18 Hours ago
??JavaScript JavaScript ???? (Source: CNTV.com) Related: SEOUL, Nov. 23 (Xinhua) -- South Korea Sunday urged Pyongyang to stop any provocations or threats using conventional weapons or weapons of mass
  
    



CONTRIBUTIONS OF RADIOCARBON ANALYSIS IN HUMAN RIGHTS INVESTIGATIONS   - 19 Hours ago
Estimation of time since death represents an essential, but difficult component of the analysis of human remains in the context of human rights investigations. Although morphological indicators of postmortem
  
    



HUMAN RIGHTS INVESTIGATIONS IN SPAIN   - 19 Hours ago
The crimes perpetrated against Spanish civilians during the Spanish Civil War (1936–39), and under Franco's regime (1939–75), are considered within some quarters as constituting a Spanish holocaust (Preston
  
    



IGNORANCE IS NOT BLISS: EVIDENCE OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS FROM CIVIL WAR SPAIN   - 19 Hours ago
Between 2005 and 2007 archaeologists and anthropologists excavated the burial site of more than four hundred bodies, people who died or were killed during and soon after the Spanish Civil War and Post-War
  
    



PRACTICING FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY: A HUMAN RIGHTS APPROACH TO THE GLOBAL PROBLEM   - 19 Hours ago
The problem of missing, endangered, and unidentified persons is increasingly approached through a human rights model with successful outcomes. Contexts vary from international investigations into war
  
    



Middle East Updates / 12.2 million Syrians need humanitarian help, UN says   - 19 Hours ago
Humanitarian chief tells Security Council that delivery of aid from Turkey and Jordan to rebel-held areas in Syria has 'made a difference.' Haaretz's latest Middle East analyses and opinions: | . Click
  
    



U.N. human-rights chief scolds U.S. on race   - 19 Hours ago
Text smaller Text bigger Prince Zeid Raad In the wake of a grand jury’s decision not to indict Ferguson, Missouri, police Officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of black teen Michael Brown,
  
    



Ferguson: “No Such Thing as Perfection” in Human Rights...   - 19 Hours ago
At a Foreign Ministry press conference, a journalist asked spokesperson Hua Chunying about the Chinese government response to a grand jury’s decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson , who had
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Enabling Humanitarian Use of Mobile Phone Data   - 20 Hours ago
Mobile phones are now ubiquitous in developing countries, with 89 active subscriptions per 100 inhabitants. Though many types of population data are scarce in developing countries, the metadata generated
  
    
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