Tag: Human Rights Violation

August 17, 2019

“Authorities Must Launch a Pr...

According to Amnesty, Timothy Mtambo is the Chairperson of the Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC), a local Non-Governmental Organisation working to defend human rights

August 15, 2019

Wife of Disappeared Human Rights La...

Two years after the disappearance of a prominent human rights lawyer from his home in the northern Chinese province of Shaanxi, his wife says she still has no idea where he is

August 3, 2019

Vietnam’s Longest Serving Female ...

Authorities in Vietnam released an activist who had been one of the country’s longest serving political prisoners Friday, after she had endured eight years detention for documenting peaceful demonstrations

August 2, 2019

‘I Still Have Nightmares̵...

From brutal beatings to suffocation with plastic bags, police in Kyrgyzstan have been accused of using torture tactics on hundreds of people

Equatorial Guinea: 40 Years of Repr...

Equatorial Guineans who turn 40 this year were born, and grew up, in a country where human rights have been constantly and systematically violated. For too long, people have lived in a climate of fear because of impunity over human rights violations and abuses including the jailing of human rights defenders, activists and political opponents on trumped up charges,” said Marta Colomer, Amnesty International’s West Africa Senior Campaigner

Human Rights Watch Accuses Kenya Po...

Human Rights Watch has accused Kenya’s police force of carrying out extrajudicial killings of at least 21 young men and boys in the informal settlements of Nairobi over the past year

July 27, 2019

Syria: Dire Conditions for ISIS Sus...

At least 7,000 of the children are under 12. During three visits to the section of al-Hol camp holding foreign women and children in June 2019, Human Rights Watch found overflowing latrines, sewage trickling into tattered tents, and residents drinking wash water from tanks containing worms

July 24, 2019

Foreign Journalists Endure Formidab...

After a visit with Uyghur exiles in Istanbul, Turkey who had fled persecution in the XUAR, Yeung learned that many had left behind children who they believed were being held in facilities akin to orphanages throughout the region that are designed to look like regular schools, but where minders systematically assimilate Uyghur youth into Han Chinese culture

July 18, 2019

Amnesty International Demands ̵...

Amnesty International demanded that Osman Kavala must be released immediately and the charges against him and the other defendants in the so-called Gezi trial, dropped

July 9, 2019

Turkish NBA Player Enes Kanter Is A...

Turkish-born NBA basketball player Enes Kanter is a wanted man by Turkey, which has revoked his passport and considers him a terrorist for his association with an exiled spiritual leader accused of fomenting a 2016 coup attempt against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

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