Results for: repressed+society

Sisters in the vanguard as Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood battles to survive

Obama cautions that change may be slow to come to Cuba

Cuba's Raul Castro steps out of brother's shadow with U.S. deal, support...

As U.S. eases hostilities, Cuba faces new challenge

McCain slams Putin in opinion piece for Pravda

Maduro vs. corruption: In earnest or power grab?

3 years after revolt, Egypt quashing rights: Amnesty

Second worst year for journalists in jail

Group: Turkey jails most journalists for 2nd year

US denounces Egypt's 'worsening' climate for free assembly

Morocco under rights fire as UN makes new W.Sahara peace bid

Kenya's truth report: Killings, land grabs, graft

Argentine dictator Videla dies in prison at age 87

AP Interview: Tunisia PM to crack down on violence

Argentine princess's dad has dictatorship history

Prince Harry visits WWII battle site in Italy

Iraqi bill to legalize child marriage criticized

In Albania, pope to celebrate religious revival and tolerance

Pope makes plea for Koreas to unite as 'one people'

At campuses, cracks in Thailand's peaceful facade

Ukraine acts against corruption, protests mar election run-up

Gulf rulers take sharper aim at Web dissent

US unlocks aid as Kerry presses Egypt on democracy

Media watchdog urges Jordan king to reform anti-terror law

Sudan political rallies bring 'mirage' of freedom

Kashmir rappers battle to be heard

Violence stains Brazil's love affair with football

Egypt actor turned activist optimistic despite turmoil

Egypt's treatment of jailed Australian journalist Peter Greste 'shameful',...

Haitian schools expand use of Creole language

Tunisia Islamists say no new gov't as crisis grows

Review: Nathan Lane shines in 'The Nance'

Hong Kong protests hit China's National Day: Live Report

Thai police ban British journalist's book for 'defaming' royals

Don't prejudge Egypt's new draft NGO law, says minister

UN rights chief accuses Sri Lanka of sabotaging war crimes probe

Tunisia runoff to feature revolution vs. stability

In Davos, examining the Arab Spring's mixed bag

Indian acid attack victims say new law is ignored

Insight - North Korea's Kim tries new tack with defectors - being nice

Egypt back to square one as army returns to politics

Hungarian cardinal's parents defied communism

Gays in Belarus face reprisals for activism

Stag trophies go from hokey to hipster in Germany

Israel making inroads in halting African migration

In Iraq, Sunni attacks spark Shiite calls to arms

Libya's struggle to deliver justice fuels violence

Euro mayors try to keep youths from going to Syria

Leftist priests: Francis can fix church 'in ruins'

Venezuela's street barricades a deadly protest

Bloomberg bashes liberal McCarthyism at Harvard commencement

India's demonised mothers-in-law get bad rap in new book

Equatorial Guinea seeks to shake off 'oil curse' image

US student turned porn star breaking no rules: college

Algeria activists stage rare anti-gov't protest

America's foes crow over Ferguson shooting unrest