Three staff members of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights were arrested after meeting with foreign diplomats.
A courageous Egyptian dissident finds a Turkish human rights lawyer to sue his country’s military rulers over crimes against humanity.
Critics have accused the Saudi Arabia's rulers of "sportswashing" to improve their image after long being condemned over rights abuses.
A Peruvian judge banned ousted president Martin Vizcarra from leaving the country days after his dismissal by Congress as the country's political crisis continues.
A new report urges the Saudi-led blockade to be lifted immediately and condemned punitive measures as a violation of human rights.
It comes over a year after Australian police launched a controversial investigation into ABC reporter Daniel Oakes and his producer, Sam Clark, for revealing the war crimes to the public.
The protests were triggered by an October 22 ruling by Poland’s constitutional court that abortion in cases of severe fetal deformities was unconstitutional.
First, a journalist goes missing for two months and when found, the authorities arrest him under two draconian laws. His son now awaits justice.
Amnesty International documents that Gulf’s Arab monarchies have used the pandemic as a pretext to increase repressive measures.
The president of the NGO BarakaCity, Idriss Sihamedi, was arrested by armed officers in a raid broadcast online on Wednesday. Sihamedi had criticised President Macron’s recent comments on supposed ‘Islamic separatism’.
Wine, a musician-turned-legislator whose real name is Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, was meeting with other leaders of his National Unity Platform party when the police swooped in and cordoned off the area.
Police disbands Special Anti-Robbery Squad with immediate effect, prompted by days of protests across the country against alleged brutality by its members.
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