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Students thought kidnappers were soldiers Boko Haram became more violent after his death, as Yusuf's supporters vowed to strike back. The advocacy group Human Rights Watch estimates that, in the past five years, more than 3,000 people have been
Human Rights Watch A group of immigrant activists in Boston hold up posters and signs outside the Suffolk County House of Corrections to demand an end to deportations. Photograph: Paul Weiskel / Demotix / Corbis When it comes to immigration,
One of Kazakhstan 's few remaining independent newspapers , the weekly Assandi Times, has been ordered to close by a court in Almaty, the country's largest city. Yesterday (21 April), the court ruled that the paper, which has a national circulation
An international human rights group is calling on Thai authorities to investigate the disappearance of a prominent environmental activist. Human Rights Watch says Por Cha Lee Rakcharoen, known as "Billy," has been missing since he was detained last
A Human Rights Watch (HRW) representative has accused Sudan and South Sudan of committing grave human rights violations amid reports about ill-treatment and torture of detainees. "The government [of North Sudan] has a lot of blood on its hands,"
Ads by Google While attacks by the militant group Boko Haram have killed many people in northern Nigeria, communal violence is also taking a toll. The group Human Rights Watch saID since December more than one thousand people have been killed in five
Beijing David Cameron with Chinese premier Li Keqiang during his 2013 Beijing trip. Cameron said the resumption of the human rights dialogue was an 'important achievement' of his trip. Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images China has cancelled this
The Protection of Pakistan Ordinance, 2013, which was approved by President Mamnoon Hussain on October 20, 2013 and the National Assembly on April 7, 2014, requires Senate approval by April 20 or it will expire. "Pakistan's anti-terror laws shouldn't
Cambodia (AP) A Cambodian court on Friday sentenced 13 men to prison terms ranging from five to nine years for plotting to overthrow the government in a case that was criticized by a human rights group as a political setup. The men were members of a
Security Council on Thursday unanimously approved a nearly 12,000-strong U.N. peacekeeping force for Central African Republic, where mounting violence between Christians and Muslims has brought killings, torture and sexual violence. The 10,000 U.N.