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European Rights Court faults France over asylum seekers sleeping rough

European court of Human Rights orders France to pay fines up to $13,970 to each of the three 'victims of a degrading treatment'. The European...

Austria receives reports of Croatian police brutality against migrants

Austria's parliament received over more than 1,600-page report, documenting Croatian border police brutality against irregular migrants. A Bosnian volunteer has handed over more than 1,600...

UN chief declares Israel’s annexation plans ‘illegal’

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights says Israel's annexation plans 'illegal' and warned that 'shock waves of annexation will last for decades'. Israel's aim to...

New Delhi denies visas to US panel on religious freedom

New Delhi has turned down US Travel request for panel members as United States Congress releases its own new report on religious freedom. India has...

India’s Dalits calls to end discrimination amid US protests

India's Dalits campaigners support Black Lives Matter protests amid protests in United States and hope it ignites a similar conversation in country. Spurred on by...

Democrats in US Congress propose extensive police reforms

Democrats in US Congress unveiled a sweeping package of legislation aimed at combating police violence and racial injustice. Responding to two weeks of protests across...

Benny Gantz says he’s preparing for consequences of West Bank annexations

Benny Gantz said he ordered the military to step up preparations for pending annexation of parts of the West Bank, a plan that could...

Burundi election commission declares governing party’s candidate

Burundi election commission has declared governing party's candidate Evariste Ndayishimiye winner of country's presidential election. The vote is meant to usher in the first democratic...

Top court in Hungary confirms Roma unlawfully segregated, awards compensation

Top court in Hungary said that a Hungarian school unlawfully segregated minority Roma students for years, granting 100 million forints in compensation. Nationalist Prime Minister Viktor...

Egyptian legislators called PM to ban Ramez Magnon Rasmi show

Egyptian legislators called on Prime Minister to ban a television show aired every year during Ramadan, accusing it of inciting violence against women. Parliamentarians call...

President Obrador called on gangs to stop distributing food

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has called on gangs to stop distributing food and asked them to end violence instead. Mexico's president has acknowledged that...

Coronavirus outbreak fear sparks prison riot in Thailand

Coronavirus outbreak rumour sparks prison riot in Buriram lower northeastern Thailand,prisoners broke furniture and smashed windows in jail. Several inmates escape after setting fire to...

Taliban,US to sign new deal to end war

Taliban and United States are all set to sign new deal to end war in Afghanistan,deal will set the stage for US troop to...

Heavy fighting erupted in eastern Ukraine,soldier killed

Heavy fighting erupted in eastern Ukraine, the country's military said, as it and Russian-backed separatists blamed each other for the flare-up. The violence was some...

Turkish currency weakening further on escalation of violence in Idlib

Turkish currency continue on going down, today went down some 0.6 percent against dollar as concerned increases over violence. Pressure continues to pile on the...

Sudan, rebel groups agree on prosecution of those wanted by International...

Sudan's authorities and rebel groups have agreed that those wanted by the ICC for crimes in the region should appear before the tribunal. Announcement comes...

UN court orders Myanmar to protect Rohingya

UN top court has ruled that Myanmar must implement emergency measures to protect Rohingya Muslims against violence and cruelty.

Burundi outgoing President to get luxury villa,over $500,000

Burundi outgoing President Pierre Nkurunziza will get luxury villa and over $500,000,he will not contest in the coming poll too.

Significant loss recorded in Indian tourism industry

Significant loss recorded in Indian tourism industry as large number of foreign tourist groups have cancelled their bookings to Agra.

Mozambique gears up for high voltage elections

Mozambique gears up for high voltage elections on the eve of elections which will likely see President Nyusi and his ruling maintain their grip...

Protesters surrounded the Russian capital

Protesters has surrounded the Russian capital Moscow today and demanding to freed the opposition activists. Protesters say opposition activists prosecuted in recent months must be...

Amnesty accused Hong Kong police of using excessive force

Amnesty International says Hong Kong police is using excessive force against pro-democracy protesters۔ In a report based on interviews with nearly two dozen activists, most...
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