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A United States diplomat has expressed alarm at a rising anti-Muslim campaign in Sri Lanka and warned that such sentiments should not be allowed to fester...Sison spoke Monday to foreign correspondents based in Colombo.
In a jolt to pro-Khalistan groups in the US, the Obama Administration today refused to declare the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in India as genocide, but noted that grave human rights violations had occurred. The White House response in this regard came
Victims of the Lower North Fork fire and a lawmaker who represents them on Tuesday accused Colorado Attorney General John Suthers of deliberately stalling processing of their claims against the state for their losses. But Suthers shot back, pointing
P rime Minister Manmohan Singh [ Images ] was on Wednesday briefed by top officials on the United States-sponsored resolution on human rights violations in Sri Lanka [ Images ], within hours of government announcing that it will move amendments to
Washington, March 19, 2013 At the eleventh hour before a crucial United Nations Human Rights Council resolution calling on Sri Lanka to improve the post-war welfare of ethnic Tamils on the island, the U.S. appears to have watered down the text of
March 9th, it appears that the initially unnamed Officers Jovaniel Cordova (pictured below left) and Sergeant Mourad Mourad (pictured below) reportedly cost the New York Police Department hundreds of thousands of dollars due to previous civil rights
A tussle is brewing in Washington over who will be included on a U.S. list of sanctioned Russian officials to be published next month. Officials with the State Department are reportedly advocating steps that would shorten the politically sensitive "
Topics Technicians monitor data flow in the control room of an internet service provider in Tehran February 15, 2011. The European Union imposed sanctions on Tuesday on an Iranian police unit monitoring the Internet, as well on several judges and
Rating In Summary Such abuses remain "widespread", "systemic" and "systematic", said Shaheed, former foreign minister of the Maldives who was named the UN's Iran monitor in 2011. Geneva Human rights violations in Iran spiralled in 2012, a United
High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton talks to the press prior a Foreign Affairs Council on March 11, 2013 at the EU Headquarters in Brussels. EU foreign ministers strengthened sanctions