Month: July 2019

July 31, 2019

Charges Against Hong Kong Protester...

According to Amnesty International, many people in Hong Kong will today be questioning why charges have been swiftly brought against pro-democracy protesters yet no one involved in the vicious beatings at Yuen Long station more than a week ago has so far been charged

Uzbekistan’s invisible Uighurs

These tales of disappearance are easy to find in Uzbekistan, despite the official censorship hanging over the narrative. Farukh is also an ethnic Uighur but holds an Uzbek passport

5 Smart Steps to Manage Debt

For many, debt is a four-letter word and is accompanied by feelings of dread, denial, even despair. Especially if you have a lot of debt, gaining the upper hand on it can seem hopeless. Fortunately, there are proven strategies you can start using

Ambazonia Leaders Begin Hunger Stri...

The 10 Southern Cameroonian leaders abducted from Nigeria to Cameroon on January 5, 2018, who preferred to be called Ambazonians, have announced they will begin an indefinite hunger strike on Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Stop Your Sobbing: Iranian Minister...

Black banners on the streets, crying men in dark clothing beating their bodies, somber parades, orators exhorting crowds to wail at the horrors the Prophet Muhammad’s grandson suffered before being killed some 1,400 years ago

2018 Marked the Highest Level of Ch...

A total of 13,600 children benefited from release and reintegration support worldwide, an increasing number compared to the previous year (12,000). 2,253 children were separated from armed groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, 833 in Nigeria and 785 in the Central African Republic. A

Tanzania Plans to Install Cable Car...

Tanzania is planning to build a car cable service on Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest peak and a world heritage site. The country wants to boost tourist numbers but a quarter million porters and mountain guides worry the quick ride up the mountain is a threat to their livelihoods

Paws Aboard — Riverboat Cruis...

Boat cruises on the Potomac River in the Washington, D.C. area are a popular way to see famous monuments and other landmarks. But a special cruise gives dogs a chance to relax on a scenic trip with their owners

July 30, 2019

Thousands Call For Release of Detai...

London-based rights group Amnesty International has said the police are largely to blame for protester violence, because they have a tendency to use tear gas, pepper spray, rubber bullets and batons to attack the crowd

‘You Look Asian’: Russi...

Aleksandr Kim, a Russian rights activists, intervened when he saw Moscow police stopping migrants for identity checks and refused to comply when officers demanded his documents based solely on his appearance. He escaped with a small fine, but Kim hopes to appeal the case against him in order to shed light on police officers’ use of racial profiling

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