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    In a human rights catastrophe Greece moves to pushback refugees

    In a human rights catastrophe Greece moves to pushback refugees

    An investigation conducted by The Guardian, which included interviews with five victims of pushbacks, 10 NGOs which are working across the Aegean Sea, including Human Rights Watch, Aegean Boat Report and Josoor, and a series…

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    Nasrin Sotoudeh, in Iran the struggle for human right ends in hospital

    Nasrin Sotoudeh, in Iran the struggle for human right ends in hospital

    It was her fortieth day on a hunger strike in Evin prison. Last week, Nasrin Sotoudeh, Iran’s best-known human rights lawyer, was hospitalized with a heart attack. Her husband, Reza Khandan, made it known with…

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    Kenya Takes Reform In Its Own Hands

    Kenya Takes Reform In Its Own Hands

    The constant state of restrain and control over civilians has made the Kenyan police to resort to violent ways of handling the disgruntled crowds. Four different human rights groups in Kenya have complaint against police…

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    UN Human Rights Council urges States to help bridge “acute accountability gap” in Yemen

    UN Human Rights Council urges States to help bridge “acute accountability gap” in Yemen

    During the 45th session of UN Human Rights Council on Tuesday 24 Yemeni, regional and international civil society organizations urged the nations to collectively works towards credible accountability for the people of Yemen. The states…

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    Deterioration of individual freedoms and human rights in the Philippines, a dangerous tunnel

    Deterioration of individual freedoms and human rights in the Philippines, a dangerous tunnel

    Human rights in the Philippines are waste paper. The alleged war on drugs has created a climate of total impunity in the country, which has led to an impressive number of killings by the police,…

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    USA: 61 journalists arrested and 198 attacked in the last year

    USA: 61 journalists arrested and 198 attacked in the last year

    More than 40 million people in poverty, the highest infant mortality rate among the top twenty industrialized countries, 21 percent child poverty, these are just some of the data emerging from a recent report on…

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    UN report unveils Burundi’s continuous rights abuses despite government change

    UN report unveils Burundi’s continuous rights abuses despite government change

    The UN human rights report, released on Thursday, revealed Burundi’s worsening human rights condition despite change of government. The UN officials who carried out the investigations issued ‘fresh warnings about ongoing rights violations and impunity…

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    British Judge Overturns Asylum Seeker Transfer To Spain Out Of Humane Concern

    British Judge Overturns Asylum Seeker Transfer To Spain Out Of Humane Concern

    In a strange act of humanism, a senior high court judge has halted a charter flight from transporting 20 asylum seekers to Spain. They were said to have crossed the English Channel in an attempt…

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    Lebanon: The Port Explosion Has Worsened the hardships of Migrant Domestic Workers

    Lebanon: The Port Explosion Has Worsened the hardships of Migrant Domestic Workers

    Already struck by the economic crisis, Lebanon’s situation has turned sourer following the blast at Beirut port, Which has led to homelessness and joblessness of domestic migrant workers abandoned by their employers, the Human Rights…

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    Human rights groups stresses IOC to rethink over the decision of hosting 2022 Winter Olympics in China

    Human rights groups stresses IOC to rethink over the decision of hosting 2022 Winter Olympics in China

    The 2022 Winter Olympics is going to be hosted in Beijing, however, there are now protest calls to shift the games due to the alleged human rights violation in the nation. In a letter, the…