Map. History of Human Rights conflict

24 Jūnijs 2018
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Police swoop on Paris migrant camp after Calais Jungle clearout
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Saudi Shura' Council rejects a recommendation to officially allow women in the country to drive cars
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Trump supporters--men with dogs--showed up at early voting polling place in Cincinnati to intimidate black voters. Yelling matches ensued.
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University of Kentucky blames student newspaper for drop in reports of alleged sexual assault
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Clinton in Wilton Manors: "it is no longer the 1950s. We need to support people who are a part of committed relationships."
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Iraq's government bans miniskirts and trousers for its female students, following an alcohol ban earlier this month.
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First-ever fitness club for women opens in Kabul
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2016 Has Been A Mixed Bag For LGBT Politics
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Turkey sacks 10,000 more civil servants, shuts more media in post-coup crackdown
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Polish man charged with trafficking Polish women into Ireland for 'sexual exploitation'
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Calls for marriage equality in Taiwan gay pride parade
Refugee camp by Paris metro swells as Calais Jungle closes1 gads atpakaļ
Refugee camp by Paris metro swells as Calais Jungle closes
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The people of Yemen are starving
Sexism complaint upheld against former top British official1 gads atpakaļ
Sexism complaint upheld against former top British official
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Russia fails to win re-election to U.N. Human Rights Council
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UN human rights; ISIS has abducted "tens of thousands" of men, women and children from around Mosul & is using them as human shields
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[email protected] speaks about police being 'aggressive' at pipeline protests: "I met a girl who had her arm broken"
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Libya navy spokesman: 90 migrants believed dead after their rickety boat was damaged hours after leaving Libyan shore
Since Duterte took office in June, about 1,4K people have been killed by the police in antidrug ops in Philippines1 gads atpakaļ
Since Duterte took office in June, about 1,4K people have been killed by the police in antidrug ops in Philippines
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Migrants remain in Calais 'Jungle' as bulldozing accelerates
Clearance of Calais Jungle camp accomplished, French prefect says1 gads atpakaļ
Clearance of Calais Jungle camp accomplished, French prefect says
France: Between 300-400 now in Toulouse to pay tribute to RémiFraisse who was killed by police in Sivens in 2014.1 gads atpakaļ
France: Between 300-400 now in Toulouse to pay tribute to RémiFraisse who was killed by police in Sivens in 2014.
US Catholic health group hit with complaint over sterilization ban1 gads atpakaļ
US Catholic health group hit with complaint over sterilization ban
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Michigan town votes to ban Syrian refugees due to concerns about vetting
Several fires burning in Calais jungle, gas cannisters exploding, people fleeing, riot police getting in position nearby1 gads atpakaļ
Several fires burning in Calais jungle, gas cannisters exploding, people fleeing, riot police getting in position nearby
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Denmark's feminist mosque founder challenges norms
500 women, 68 children killed, more than 150 minors wounded, 2000 children orphaned in Donbas conflict – Irina Gerashchenko on UNSC debate1 gads atpakaļ
500 women, 68 children killed, more than 150 minors wounded, 2000 children orphaned in Donbas conflict – Irina Gerashchenko on UNSC debate
Turkish envoy criticizes BBC program on refugee labor1 gads atpakaļ
Turkish envoy criticizes BBC program on refugee labor
A Turkish Red Crescent aid convoy consisting of 20 trucks arrived in Iraq's Erbil city to be sent to Mosul1 gads atpakaļ
A Turkish Red Crescent aid convoy consisting of 20 trucks arrived in Iraq's Erbil city to be sent to Mosul
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UN human rights: reports of ISIL atrocities around Mosul ; 50 former police killed; bodies of 70 villagers; 15 villagers thrown in river
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