Map. History of Human Rights conflict

11 December 2018
12 hour ago
Jordan cut the water supply to Rukban camp
Treasury sanctions North Korean officials and entities in response to the government's serious human rights abuses and censorship
Marrakesh: non-binding pact on migration adopted
Two Israeli women wounded, 1 critical, in shooting attack in Shomron.1 day ago
Two Israeli women wounded, 1 critical, in shooting attack in Shomron.
Mindanao's first Pride March parade held in Cagayan de Oro city
Human rights activist Ludmila Alexeyeva (91) died.
12 women found in Columbus, Ohio home identified as possible victims of human trafficking - 10TV
A Georgia​n politician who used a homophobic slur against a queer activist on TV has been fined ₾1 ($0.37) by Tbilisi City Court. While the ruling set a precedent, the plaintiff, Levan Berianidze, said it could give the green light for homophobia.
Iraqi Human Rights Commission: Security Forces arrest 6 protesters in Basra City and injure others while using live ammunition to breakup protest.
[email protected] resigns as California Democratic Party chair amid sexual misconduct allegations
Preliminary results show Zurabichvili in the lead by 10%. Georgia may have its first female president
1 week ago
So far Sanders has dodged or declined to answer every question at this briefing except whether the administration actually wants to see children and women tear gassed. (It doesn't.)
Hundreds of Bulgarians marched in Sofia calling for more public engagement and political action to tackle the problem of violence against women.
The police are engaged in investigation into an assassination attempt on Mashidat Omaraskhabova, Meritorious Artist of Dagestan, who got a bullet wound near her house in Makhachkala.
Police in Istanbul has taken security measures due to November 25 International Day for the Elimination of ViolenceAgainstWomen march on Istiklal Avenue.2 week ago
Police in Istanbul has taken security measures due to November 25 International Day for the Elimination of ViolenceAgainstWomen march on Istiklal Avenue.
Students of Sulaimani University protest shortage of services and insults against female students
Human Rights @hrw on Iran's Mounting Crackdown on Teachers, Labor Activists :12 Teachers Arrested Since Nov11, 30 More Summoned and Interrogated
Lebanese security services arrested @zamanalwsl reporter in Arsal's refugee camps following his latest report over 20 Syrian refugee women who were aborted in Arsal due to polluted water, editor-in-chief @fathibayoud said Wednesday.
Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez: Legislation on Saudi Arabia's accountability for human rights should be passed
Dozens of migrants have been forced off a cargo vessel by Libyan authorities in the port of Misrata after refusing to disembark over fears of abuses, in a move decried by human rights groups
2 week ago
In 33 locations across the Norway, thousands demonstrate against changes in the abortion act. "Do not touch the abortion law!"
EU human rights court calls on Turkey to release former HDP co-chair @hdpdemirtas
Dr. Tamara O'Neal, along with two others, were shot by a gunman at Chicago's Mercy Hospital. She was murdered by her former fiancé. She recently broke off an engagement with him.
Four women are running for seats on a local council in Anjarah, western Aleppo. Supported by the Syrian Feminist Society (SFS), the candidates have displayed campaign banners around the town—an unusual move in the conservative area
Francoist demonstrators try to assault three FEMEN activists who protested the march
#France: a veiled woman insulted and forced to remove her veil by yellow vests in Picardy.
3 week ago
No casualties as woman blown herself up in Maarat Al-Numan
Ten people were arrested Tuesday in Seine-Saint-Denis. They are suspected of having forced about fifteen girls to engage in daily burglaries before marrying them by force, reports France Bleu Paris.
3 week ago
KCNA: "'Human rights issue' mentioned in the 'resolution' has never existed and cannot be allowed to exist in my country where we value most the dignity and independent rights of human being."
Duterte again slams human rights groups for criticizing the administration's war on drugs.
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