Tag: Crime against Humanity

April 24, 2019

WHO: 264 Dead in Weeks of Fighting ...

The U.N.’s health agency said large numbers of civilians are seeking shelter from the fighting in medical clinics. But it says its immediate concern is for the thousands of people trapped inside government-run detention centers close to the fighting

April 23, 2019

UN: War Has Set Back Yemen’s ...

The study commissioned by the U.N. Development Program found that if the war ends this year, it will have caused economic losses of $88.8 billion. If the conflict lasts until 2030, it would leave 71 percent of the population in extreme poverty, 84 percent malnourished and cause economic losses of $657 billion

April 19, 2019

Zimbabwe President: Time to Talk Ab...

Local resident Melwa Ngwenya says a recent decision by the government of current President Emmerson Mnangagwa to allow victims in shallow or mass graves to be reburied is not something to celebrate on this Independence Day

April 15, 2019

As Many as 1,200 Uyghur Detainees H...

The website, which routinely publishes photos and video documenting human rights violations submitted by citizen journalists from inside China, cited a second source as saying that in the fall of 2018, a street leading to Wuwei Prison was blocked off for two days, and that all vehicles and pedestrians were prohibited from passing through

April 12, 2019

Myanmar’s Rakhine Government Bans...

Myanmar villagers told RFA’s Myanmar Service on Thursday that a military column had entered the village and apprehended 27 locals the troops believed to be connected to the AA, but that they had no ties to the ethnic army fighting for autonomy in Rakhine state

April 11, 2019

North Korea Stages Public Execution...

The executions of the two women took place in March in North Hamgyong’s Chongjin city, and were aimed at forcing officials to stop patronizing fortune tellers and engaging in other “superstitious” behavior, according to two sources who spoke to RFA’s Korean Service on condition of anonymity

April 10, 2019

As Election Heats Up, War Grinds On...

The war with Russia is a key issue in the Ukrainian presidential election – but on the ground, civilians caught up in the conflict say their problems are not being addressed

April 9, 2019

Uganda’s Rwandan Diaspora Mar...

Uganda’s Rwandan community has commemorated the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide, which saw over 800,000 people killed in 100 days of ethnic majority Hutus targeting minority Tutsis

April 8, 2019

Rwanda’s Genocide Victims, Perpet...

Twenty-five years have passed since the Rwandan genocide that claimed the lives of an estimated 800,000 ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus. As part of the long journey to reconciliation, an aid group established four model villages where genocide victims and perpetrators live side-by-side as neighbors and even friends

Acid Attack Survivors in the Twitte...

These are some heart wrenching stories of acid attack victims.It is necessary to aware people about these heinous crimes. Hats off to spirit of acid attack victims

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