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THOUGH it’s still rising from the ruins caused by typhoon “Yolanda” (international name: Haiyan), the Philippines on Friday joined the world in mourning the death of South African activist and peacemaker Nelson Mandela. <
Kokesh recently made headlines with his July Fourth YouTube video, in which he loaded a shotgun in the middle of Freedom Plaza in Washington. He also used Facebook to call for an armed march in Washington for the same day, but called off the event in
By EMMANUEL UDOM Debo Adeniran, President, Coalition Against Fraud in Nigeria has identified poor reports submitted by police investigators as reason why many corrupt persons were not successfully prosecuted.<
By EMMANUEL UDOM Abuja-based lawyer and human rights activist, Prince Christmas Akpodiete and his family members have gone into hiding, as a result of series of calls threatening his life and that of his family
The lone witness on the killing of a popular environmental activist & local radio commentator in Palawan was also murdered inside his detention cell. Dennis Aranas, who was suspected for his involvement in shooting to death Dr.
Dr. Frederick Fasehun is a medical doctor. But, in the last 30 years or so, he has been more famous as an activist than a doctor. Fasehun was part of the team of radical activists that rattled the late military
A Russian opposition activist, facing up to 10 years over allegations that he conspired to organise mass disorder, has been hit with additional charges that he robbed a businessman of 500 fur hats. Leonid Razvozzhayev, an activist with the Left Front
President Vladimir Putin will put his amendments to a foreign agent status bill for NGOs, significantly changing it in the process. Thus the activity of social welfare services, medical and cultural organizations will not be considered political.
Suggested Topics The political wind has blown in only one direction since Vladimir Putin, right, returned to the Kremlin in May, with laws on protests and NGOs being activity tightened in ways that have left Kremlin critics and rights activists
Abdulvosi Latipov had been in and out of Russian courts facing extradition hearings for years. Authorities in his native Tajikistan wanted to try Latipov, who allegedly fought with the opposition during the country's 1990s civil war, on charges