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Tag: Human Rights

Bilkis Banu Case: The Prolonged Trail & Half Justice

GODHRA INCIDENT The morning of 22 February, 2002 the Sabarmati express train, enroute from Ayodhya to Ahmedabad was attacked and burnt near Godhra railway station...

A tribute to Yameen Rasheed – and a Call for Justice...

Yameen Rasheed, age 29, was an outspoken journalist and political satirist who frequently criticised the Government of the Maldives and the country’s trend towards...

Leaked Video shows Egyptian Army executing unarmed prisoners in ISIS style

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=laA0NECDB7I Shocking video footage has emerged appearing to show Egyptian soldiers executing unarmed, blindfolded detainees in the Sinai Peninsula. The video, broadcast late Thursday by...

The West’s disturbing obsession with how Syrians die

How would you prefer to die? Suffocation by sarin or suffocation by sandstone? Do you favour starvation over succumbing to shrapnel wounds? Or perhaps...

Victim blaming and misogyny in Maldives

Aishath Mohamed, a 25-year-old woman from the island of Kulhudhufushi in Haa Dhaal atoll, recalls her first visit to the capital. She was 12...

Syrian Regime Commits the Most Barbaric Crime in Modern Times

The chemical weapons attack that killed over 70 people in a rebel-held town shows that war crimes continue to take place in Syria, United...

Bangladesh’s new child marriage law swings in the wrong direction

Bangladesh's new child marriage law swings in the wrong direction M Niaz Asadullah, University of Malaya and Zaki Wahhaj, University of Kent Bangladesh is a global...

Australia locking up Refugees in Nauru, Amnesty International finds Abuse and...

About 1,200 men, women, and children who sought refuge in Australia and were forcibly transferred to the remote Pacific island nation of Nauru suffer...