Results for: human+rights+violations

Chile's Lagos criticizes Venezuela's Maduro

Amnesty says Bahrain reforms don't end rights violations

India's Tata Consultancy accused in U.S. lawsuit of South Asian bias

Hamas consolidates its grip on Gaza as reconstruction stalls

Ukraine's disabled condemned to life in institutions

Pakistani PM urges Iran to bring Yemen's rebels to talks

China tightens grip on discourse, ideology

Complaint accuses Exxon Mobil of anti-gay bias

HRW: Sex workers in China subject to police abuse

US court says human genes cannot be patented

Debate over social issues emerges

UN General Assembly approves Syria resolution

Cambodian shoe factory collapse kills 2, injures 7

Syria rebels, regime troops fight in Aleppo prison

In South Africa, toilet talk turns political

Kirby to investigate abuses in North Korea

Obama's speech welcomed in Pakistan, Yemen

Responders shocked by NY truck crash that killed 7

Rutgers Basketball Whistleblower Files Lawsuit

Boston attacks are reminder of violence elsewhere

Morocco cancels war games with US over rights

149 die, more cry for help at Bangladesh collapse

Kerry disappointed by recent talks with Iran

Supreme Court limits suits over foreign abuses

Appeals court hears challenge to gay therapy ban

Syria Muslim Brotherhood denies seeking power grab

Venezuela's Capriles: Maduro won't last

Lithuania taxman uses Google Maps to find dodgers

Argentina: Boot camp for a politically savvy pope

Zimbabwe to vote on new constitution

2 years after Duekoue, militia leader still free

Rape defendant's death casts shadow on model jail

New pope tied up in Argentina's 'dirty war' debate

Rights groups: Syrian rebels often kill captives

Venezuela's opposition ground down by Chavistas

Sport doping laws don't go far enough: AOC

Group: Syrian missiles kill at least 141 in Aleppo

Taliban vow to keep targeting Afghan officials

Grief still smolders 10 years after RI club fire

Egypt protests on anniversary of Mubarak's fall

UN panel says Syria war crimes should go to trial

EU launches military training mission in Mali

Egyptian TV satirist released after questioning

Palestinian leader clamps down on critics

Bergoglio OK'd slain priest sainthood cases

Zimbabwe court denies bail to human rights lawyer

US: Vietnam backsliding on human rights

UN votes to probe NKorea suspected rights abuses

Indian woman on 12-year hunger strike charged

7 Saudis appeal for help to stop executions

Last anti-Chavez TV station to be sold

Appeal by photographer in gay bias case is heard

Bishops press for broader birth control exemption

700 alleged militants held in limbo in Pakistan

Mexico's legal soul search after Frenchwoman freed

Press freedom in Asia declining, says report

Latest A-Rod troubles have team frustrated

Russian adoption ban wrenching for families in US

UK police accused of wrongly taking DNA of gay men

FTC upholds decision against POM Wonderful

Committee examines discrimination bill

Protests as Vietnam dissident lawyer stands trial

Experts fear Dominican ruling could cause crisis

Obama gets top Republican support on Syria strike

Together again, Obama and Putin are 'odd couple' at summit

Colombia's FARC may face alternative justice, not impunity

Jennifer Hudson tackles 'intimidating' role of Winnie Mandela

Chile marks 40th anniversary of Pinochet's coup

U.N. rights team aims to probe chemical weapons in Syria - del Ponte

Allende's legacy strong 40 years after Chile coup