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Boğaziçi university: Statement by the EU on the detentions of students

Boğaziçi university: Statement by the EU on the detentions of students

Turkey: Statement by the EU on the detentions of students and developments around Boğaziçi university. European Union is seriously concerned over the negative developments in Turkey in the areas of the rule of law, human…

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India’s Taj Mahal along with many other religious places pledge to combat child labor in-country

India’s Taj Mahal along with many other religious places pledge to combat child labor in-country

India’s top rights body NCPCR, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, has zeroed out 50 religious and top attraction places in the country, including Taj Mahal, Meenakshi Temple, and Shri Ram Janmabhoomi in…

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HRW slams Turkey for illegally transferring 63 Syria prisoners

HRW slams Turkey for illegally transferring 63 Syria prisoners

On Wednesday, the Human Rights Watch (HRW) censured the illegal transfer of more than 60 Syrians to Turkey that were captured by Ankara and its neighborhood proxies in northeast Syria in the year 2019.  As…

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After coup, Myanmar’s military orders state emergency, blocks internet and phone lines

After coup, Myanmar’s military orders state emergency, blocks internet and phone lines

On Monday, the Myanmar army’s TV station announced that the power is handed over to Commander-in-chief Min Aung Hlaing. After seizing control, military ordered a state of emergency, blocked the internet and phone connectivity around…

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Why does Pakistan continue To Harass Gilgit Baltistan Minority?

Why does Pakistan continue To Harass Gilgit Baltistan Minority?

It has been noted that people living in the Pakistan Occupied Kashmir region including those belonging to the Gilgit-Baltistan (G-B) have been repeatedly denied their basic human rights.  The Pakistani regime apparently has tortured and…

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Glencore faces investigations over wastewater spill, leading to human rights abuses

Glencore faces investigations over wastewater spill, leading to human rights abuses

After complaints raised by three human rights groups against the mining giant Glencore, the UK government gave go-ahead for investigations regarding wastewater spill in Chad in 2018 by the company. The rights group accused the…

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Lesbos refugee camp in Greece heavily contaminated with lead

Lesbos refugee camp in Greece heavily contaminated with lead

Lesbos refugee camp in Greece is heavily contaminated with lead, posing as a potential health hazard for thousands of refugees and aid workers. According to the Human Rights Watch the emergency camp that has been…

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Egypt detains prisoners in severe conditions: Amnesty report

Egypt detains prisoners in severe conditions: Amnesty report

Egyptian prisoners are facing human rights abuses in custody, according to a recent Amnesty report Several prisoners in Egyptian prisons are subjected to torture and punishment at the hands of authorities, as per a recent…

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UN Human Rights session: Australia called upon by nations over child imprisonment high rate

UN Human Rights session: Australia called upon by nations over child imprisonment high rate

On Wednesday, during the UN Human Rights session in Geneva, Australia was seen at the centre of international criticism and rebuke. Global pressure was experienced by the ‘country down under’ to raise age limit for…

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The UN concerned by the Israel decision to advance plans for some 800 settlement units in the West Bank

The UN concerned by the Israel decision to advance plans for some 800 settlement units in the West Bank

Israel continues to violate the human rights of the Palestinian people. Already accused of the excessive use of violence that goes unpunished, the United Nations thunders back against Tel Aviv. In an announcement issued on…

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