Tag: Human Rights

April 12, 2019

UN Rights Chief Urges Respect for H...

United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet is urging Sudan’s new rulers to uphold the constitution and take heed of human rights as they try to move the country forward after the toppling of president Omar al-Bashir

April 4, 2019

Rwanda Genocide Survivors Remember,...

Rwanda will observe the 25th Anniversary of the 1994 genocide that left an estimated 800,000 thousand people, dead

April 3, 2019

Nighttime Curfew Imposed in Five To...

The Myanmar military’s True New information Team said in a statement that Arakan fighters detained the construction workers from the Su Htoo San Company, which is building the Paletwa-Mizoram highway to connect Myanmar and India, and used small arms to attack a boat transporting construction materials for a bridge project on March 16

March 26, 2019

Clashes Erupt after Kurdish Prisone...

At least four Kurdish activists ended their lives this month in different Turkish prisons. They were protesting the jail conditions of rebel leader Abdullah Ocalan

February 10, 2019

Amnesty: Ukrainian Authorities R...

The attacks against a range of individuals and groups have come in the form of threats and physical violence from extremist groups to the canceling of broadcasting licenses of specific media outlets by the authorities.

Poland: Women’s Rights Supporters...

The report, “The Breath of the Government on My Back”: Attacks on Women’s Rights in Poland, documents how, since coming to power in 2015, the Law and Justice government has targeted women’s rights groups through raids and defunding

February 8, 2019

Villagers From Myanmar’s Chin Sta...

Chin state authorities have warned local residents in Matupi township, north of Paletwa, to stay away from military camps and refrain from hunting with guns during the night and early morning

February 6, 2019

Wife of Jailed Chinese Rights Lawye...

Rights groups say there are concerns that Wang may have been subjected to torture or other mistreatment in detention, as he was detained incommunicado for such a long period of time

February 1, 2019

Myanmar: Peaceful Critics Prosecute...

The report “Dashed Hopes: The Criminalization of Peaceful Expression in Myanmar” documents the use of broad and vaguely worded laws against activists, journalists, and ordinary citizens by Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy-led government

January 26, 2019

NEPAL: Man Seriously Injured Due to...

After that incident, Som Bahadur returned home with difficulty. When there was intolerable pain in his stomach, his wife and son took Som Bahadur to the Arati Medical in Hatiya

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