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Turkish police fired tear gas at female protesters in Istanbul. women’s rights news

Istanbul, Turkey – Turkish police fired tear gas and rubber bullets on Thursday to push back thousands of people who took to the streets of…

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On the front lines of the ‘war within Canadian borders’ | indigenous rights

Snow fell as Chief Gisadeva’s truck made its way down the mountain’s pine-tree-lined roads. It was a Friday evening and the Wet’suwetan hereditary chief and…

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Rights group: Israel halts Jerusalem settlement plan

A rights group says it appears Israeli officials plan to build a larger ghetto at an abandoned airport in East Jerusalem, at least for now….

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Native Americans Share Long Neglected Thanksgiving Truth Swadeshi Rights News

Every year, on the fourth Thursday of November, the United States celebrates Thanksgiving. The national holiday—one of the busiest travel periods in America—is a time…

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Russian court to rule on closure of famous rights group

Russia’s Supreme Court is hearing a petition Thursday to shut down one of the country’s oldest and most prominent human rights group, a move that…

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Supreme Court looks to medieval England in gun rights case

Washington — The Supreme Court is preparing to decide whether the Second Amendment gives Americans the right to carry a loaded gun when they leave…

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A truly independent investigation of abuse in Ethiopia is needed. human rights

A Pig and a Chicken open a breakfast restaurant together, and their specialties are bacon and eggs. What is the difference between a chicken and…

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World’s highest number of child soldiers in West, Central Africa child rights news

According to a new report by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), West and Central Africa has the highest number of child soldiers in the…

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Rights groups demand ICC probe into migrant abuse in Libya

Human rights activists have sent a dossier of evidence to the International Criminal Court demanding an investigation into the abuse of migrants in Libya that…

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Minorities denied voting rights in parts of America: UN expert | election news

A UN special envoy says Texas’ voting restrictions undermine the rights of ethnic minorities, resulting in ‘gerrymandering’. A UN human rights expert has condemned the…

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