Map. History of Human Rights conflict

26 February 2018
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Trump slur to describe Haiti, Africa immigrants 'shocking, shameful': UN
Myanmar security forces involved in killing of 10 Rohingya: army chief's office
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Myanmar army chief's office confirms mass Rohingya grave found
Another Sandusky settlement: Penn State resolves lawsuit by man who says ex-assistant football coach molested him as a child more than a decade ago.
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Oyub Titiyev, head of Memorial human rights group in Chechnya, in the process of being framed for possessing drugs.
Japan rejects South Korean call for extra steps over 'comfort women'
UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Mark Lowcock: Just arrived in Damascus for 3-day mission in Syria. Will meet Gov't and other key stakeholders and see first hand humanitarian situation and response
Kentucky's GOP House speaker offers to resign amid furor over his secret settlement of sexual harassment claim.
James Damore, ex-Google engineer fired over diversity memo, sues Google for discrimination, retaliation - lawsuit
Saudi stadiums to open doors to women on Friday
"400 women have been arrested in Izeh alone," the BBC reports quoting witnesses in Khuzestan. Many have been arrested.
FEMEN activists in Paris wearing waitress costumes painted on their bodies the slogans "Erdoğan eats journalists' rights" and "Erdoğan eats Kurds' rights" in protest of human rights and liberties violations in Turkey.
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Mayor of London Sadiq Khan says the Parole Board must "reconsider their decision" to release rapist John Worboys
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Four women have filed civil suits alleging sexual misconduct by Albert Schultz, actor and director of the Toronto-based Soulpepper theatre company.
Al-Maliki: Reports of the UN coordinator are baseless
Two correctional officers charged in death of mentally ill inmate at New Brunswick prison. Matthew Hines was beaten and repeatedly pepper sprayed
UN calls for independent inquiry into Iranian deaths and wounded
Former Taliban hostage Boyle arrested for 15 charges including assault
The Los Angeles County District Attorney has confirmed it is reviewing two cases received from the Beverly Hills Police Department relating to Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein
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Vice Media suspends 2 top execs President Andrew Creighton, and chief digital officer Mike Germano, after sexual misconduct report
Declaration by the High Representative @FedericaMog on behalf of the EU on the situation in Iran: The European Union is closely following the ongoing demonstrations in Iran, the increase of violence and the unacceptable loss of human lives
25-year-old Liverpool footballer Jon Flanagan has admitted assaulting his girlfriend in the city on 22 December
UN rights experts decry repression of activists in Saudi Arabia
At least 4 student activists including Leila Hosseinzadeh were arrested in Tehran today
Woman in city of Qods on western outskirts of Tehran. She calls on onlookers to take to streets. "You old people raised your hands and ruined us. Now we young people are raising our hands. Be men and come forward. Come on. Don't just stand there."
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Berlin police have arrested multiple people following 3 sexual assaults at the #Welcome2018 concert in Berlin, Germany
Chess world champion from Ukraine Anna Muzychuk gave up her titles in a sign of protest against the way women t treated in Saudi Arabia. I don't want to feel a secondary creature.1 month ago
Chess world champion from Ukraine Anna Muzychuk gave up her titles in a sign of protest against the way women t treated in Saudi Arabia. "I don't want to feel a secondary creature".
Women in Urmia protest against the Iranian government
Pentagon: Department of Defense prepared to begin accessing transgender applicants for military service Jan. 1