A round-up of human rights stories from around the world.
Nearly 40 mainly Western countries are criticizing China’s treatment of minority groups, especially in Xinjiang and Tibet, and expressing grave concern at the impact of its new national security law on human rights in Hong Kong.
The incident has once again shone a spotlight on the discrimination enabled by the Hindu caste system.
NORTH KOREAN prisoners have been forced to drink river water containing the ashes of dead inmates for following the Christian faith, a new report has revealed.
Australia’s sports minister has shrugged off calls to boycott the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics over human rights abuses in China
Oksana Barovskaya’s 12-year-old daughter was home alone on August 21 when several men rang the doorbell of her apartment in Lahoysk, a town in Belarus.
While restrictions on civil and political liberties may be necessary to protect lives, human rights law requires that they go no further than what’s strictly necessary to achieve this goal.
Wildfires, mostly caused by land clearing for cattle grazing and soya production, have set four nations ablaze.
When citizens take on the daunting task of reversing the system of oppression in America, they do so because of the love they have for America.
Vote kept top secret until last minute amid concerns of coercion.
They also called on all political parties to help counter such groups