Results for: humanity

Amnesty remains worried on human rights after Saudi King death

Human Rights Watch: Migrants in Calais abused by police

We don't want your money we want your voice: Elliot

Three-million-yr-old ancestor had human-like hands

Myanmar protesters march for 'murdered' teachers

Human Rights Watch says China draft terrorism law a 'licence to commit...

North Korean website says recanted defector testimony mocks human rights...

Outgoing UN envoy laments scant human rights gains in Cambodia

Profound disagreements over freedom and human rights as first U.S./Cuba...

Outgoing U.N. envoy laments scant human rights gains in Cambodia

US Senate: Yes, climate change is real

42 killed in DR Congo protests: rights federation

Mumbai slum kids create an app for water

Philippines says US has lifted restrictions on military aid funds

Islamic State meting out cruel and inhuman punishments for flouting sharia...

Bayern defend Saudi trip amidst growing criticism

Fourty dead in DR Congo protests: Human Rights Watch

At odds on human rights, US and Cuba move toward embassies

Saudi rights still urgent issue after king's death, says Amnesty

UN official backs N. Korea abuses despite defector's changes

German politicians slam Bayern's Saudi trip

UN panel on North Korea rights says report still stands

Bahrain sentences Shiite activist to jail over tweets

Russia says North Korea sent positive signal on Kim visit in May

China anti-terror law may 'inflict grave harm': rights group

Bayern apologise for failing to condemn Saudi flogging

Myanmar must condemn monk's 'sexist' attack

North Korea seeks U.N. probe of 'CIA torture crimes'

Man who saved lives at Paris grocery gets French citizenship

NKorea asks top UN rights body to probe CIA torture

Japan to sell talking robots that won't try to make sense

Report: Afghanistan Media Under Attack

Top US official to meet dissidents in Cuba

U.N. rights chief slams Myanmar monk for 'sexist' remarks

Annual March for Life Draws Crowds in Washington

N. Korea pounces on gulag survivor's 'lies'