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Australia in breach of human rights over teens' imprisonment: UN

US Senate to hold civil rights hearing after Ferguson

N. Korea holds rally against UN rights resolution

Swiss museum accepts art hoard, will return Nazi loot

North Korea slams US as racist, human rights 'tundra'

S. Korea finally mulls bills on N. Korea human rights

Afghan talks must not bargain away women's rights: Oxfam

Fear for Afghan women's rights as troops withdraw

Sudan says shuts U.N. peacekeepers' Darfur rights office in Khartoum

Sharpton slams grand jury process after Ferguson shooting

China writer goes on trial for media censorship protest after long delay

Pope Francis calls for inter-faith dialogue to end fundamentalism

Italy to sell non-controlling stakes in Enel when conditions right

UN moves to prevent child marriage

Rights groups urge Gulf states to protect migrant workers

Top cop takes 'right steps' on review after shootings

Fight for Aboriginal land rights expected to intensify

China opens separatism trial for students of jailed Uighur scholar

Afghan women excluded from peace talks with Taliban: aid agency

Israeli president criticises divisive Jewish nation-state bill

Roar get heads right after coach sacking

Israel eyes powers to target Arab residency, welfare rights

Liberal MP says party's property rights policy 'theft'

North Korea warns 'catastrophic consequences' over UN rights ruling

China activists stand trial in dissent crackdown: lawyer

Israel's lurch to the right dims two-state peace prospects

US top law enforcer promises strong Ferguson police probe

Malaysia reverses vow to scrap controversial sedition law

Great year but All Blacks must keep improving - Hansen

Afghan women excluded from peace talks with Taliban - aid agency

Piccoli promises country privatisation spend will be announced soon

Cancer feared for sidelined Chiefs safety Berry

AP Analysis: What's Next in the Ferguson Case?

UN expands anti-spying resolution to include metadata collection

Thai junta chief says has not 'damaged' country, rights group disagrees