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‘Nabeel Rajab’s sentence is a slap in the face of the rule of law & human rights’

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Nabeel Rajab’s sentence makes a mockery of justice, proving that Bahrain follows a reprisal policy against human rights defenders, senior advisor at the Bahrain Center for Human Rights Sheikh... Read More

‘Shocking’: Afghans make 1.17mn human rights abuse claims in 3 months

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The International Criminal Court (ICC) began collecting submissions of alleged war crimes from Afghan citizens three months ago. Since then, it has received over 1.17 million allegations, according to... Read More

Libyan man who lost family to NATO bombs hopes to set precedent in European Court of Human Rights

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A Libyan man who lost his entire family in a NATO airstrike in 2011 plans to take the matter to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), hoping to... Read More

Aid worker: 'I was raped by a fellow humanitarian'

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While on a mission for a humanitarian organisation in South Sudan, Megan Nobert was drugged and sexually assaulted by a fellow humanitarian. Given a cocktail of drugs, she blacked... Read More

Scientists clone primates for 1st time, are humans up next? (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

4 weeks ago DieselGasoil Comments Off on Scientists clone primates for 1st time, are humans up next? (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)
Chinese scientists have successfully cloned two macaque monkeys in a groundbreaking move which could improve disease research while also throwing open the possibility of human cloning, however unlikely or... Read More

Assange getting Ecuadorian ID could be ‘first step’ to diplomatic immunity – rights activist

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Published time: 10 Jan, 2018 21:39 The Ecuadorian ID reportedly granted to Julian Assange could mark his first step to obtaining diplomatic immunity, as Ecuador wants to resolve Assange’s... Read More

Israeli police fail to respond to crimes against Palestinians – rights group

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Published time: 7 Jan, 2018 17:56 Israel’s police fail to bring Israeli citizens to justice for ideologically motivated crimes against Palestinians in the occupied territories, bringing charges in little... Read More

More killed in air raids as Syria UN vote delayed

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Syrian government air raids killed a further 32 people in rebel-held suburbs east of Damascus on Friday, activists said, as a vote on a UN-backed ceasefire was delayed. UN... Read More

Philippines summons US envoy to clarify ‘threat to democracy’ black mark on Duterte

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The US envoy in Manila has been summoned in anger and the Phillipines’ embassy in the US told to give an “accurate picture” of their country to US intelligence,... Read More

‘Truth is the 1st casualty of war’: Syria’s East Ghouta battleground distorted by MSM propaganda

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The information battle on the E. Ghouta front is turning into Aleppo 2.0, with Western media, often relying on dubious sources, describing – in unison – the Syrian regime... Read More