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Pegasus spyware targets human rights activists & dissidents across the world

Pegasus spyware targets human rights activists & dissidents across the world

 Pegasus spyware has allegedly been used to carry out invasive surveillance on human rights lawyers, activists and dissidents through their mobile phones. The information was made public after leaked phone data revealed the names of…

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Human Rights experts critically call on the rise in attacks on slaves in Mali

Human Rights experts critically call on the rise in attacks on slaves in Mali

As outlawed slavery in 1905, the Mali government outlawed the system of descent-based slavery. Since some people were considered slaves because of their ethnic origin and their ancestors were enslaved by the families of masters,…

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Is Japan Accidently Funding Myanmar Military Coffers?

Is Japan Accidently Funding Myanmar Military Coffers?

Japan’s business entities have been participating in the commercial real estate project involving Myanmar’s abusive military. This has been vehemently condemned by human rights groups. Apparently, there are many such projects of which one of…

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UN& WHO announce DNA-altering technology to benefit all

UN& WHO announce DNA-altering technology to benefit all

Earlier this week, the UN and WHO provided the global recommendations for the first time in respect to DNA-altering technology. It is also known as human genome editing. The health organisations say that these alternative…

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Australia lashed for turning back migrants, UN human rights expert calls it “cruel & deadly practice”

Australia lashed for turning back migrants, UN human rights expert calls it “cruel & deadly practice”

 UN’s special rapporteur on the human rights of migrants, Felipe González Morales, noted in a special report to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) that Australia has pushed back at least 800 people onboard 38…

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UN & EU human rights officials condemn death activist Fr Stan Swamy in custody, call it “devastating”

UN & EU human rights officials condemn death activist Fr Stan Swamy in custody, call it “devastating”

 Top human rights officials from the United Nations and European Union have called out and condemned death of Jesuit priest and activist Fr. Stan Swamy in custody. The officials called it “devastating” that the activist…

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One year under National Security Law: Beijing cracks down ‘free’ Hong Kong

One year under National Security Law: Beijing cracks down ‘free’ Hong Kong

 Hong Kong, a society that was once enjoyed its freedom has now been under severe crackdown by China. One year into the imposing of controversial National Security Law in Hong Kong, Beijing has managed to…

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Norway taken to European Court of Human Rights over Arctic oil drilling plans

Norway taken to European Court of Human Rights over Arctic oil drilling plans

 Norway has been taken to European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) over country’s plans of drilling in the Arctic for oil, thereby putting young generation’s future in jeopardy. The case has been lodged at ECHR…

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G7 calls for unhindered aid access to Tigray region amid UN reports of famine conditions

G7 calls for unhindered aid access to Tigray region amid UN reports of famine conditions

 G7 world leaders have called for unhindered and uninterrupted access to Ethiopia’s Tigray region for aid workers and organizations. This is in response to recent report by United Nations that around 35,000 people in Tigray…

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What is Serbia and Kosovo upto?

What is Serbia and Kosovo upto?

A mutually agreed partnership between certain nations in the EU could mean their break away from the latter. It seems to be surprisingly getting support from EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini who told media…

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