US Should Press Israel to Implement Measures to Save ‘Tens of Thousands of Lives’ in Gaza: Internal Cable
While the U.S. has largely been unwavering in its public support of Israel, internal communications reveal deepening humanitarian and legal concerns about the crisis in the region.
The execution of Tangaraju Suppiah went ahead at dawn on Wednesday, despite condemnation from local activists and the international community.
Rights groups have raised concerns about the conditions Uyghur refugees face in detention, after another Uyghur refugee has died in Thai custody.
Tangaraju Suppiah, convicted of abetting a drug trafficking attempt, is set to be hanged next week, sparking concern from activists about the fairness of his conviction.
Indonesia is the world’s leading nickel producer, propping up the globe’s electric battery supply. But the industry is increasingly coming at a high cost for indigenous groups.
‘Whole Communities Are Disappearing’: 10,000 Families Are Being Evicted From This UNESCO World Heritage Site
Residents at Angkor Wat have been forced by officials to "volunteer" to leave in the name of preserving Cambodia's most popular tourist attraction, an Amnesty International report found.
While the man was detained, others sprung to action overnight, spray painting the same anti-monarchy symbols across Bangkok, Thailand.
The Thai activists finally agreed to take small amounts of water and intravenous drips in late January, but still refused solid food.
Authorities are moving to investigate a rise in Filipino workers’ abuses in Kuwait, after the chilling murder of a domestic worker by her employer’s 17-year-old son this month.
New research identifies companies from around a dozen countries—many of which are from the West—that have contributed to the country’s arms industry.
Many people with disabilities have trouble finding work. And those at work must face various hardships. Job opportunities for them at companies and government institutions still fall short.
“The lack of acceptance took a toll on Henry,” his mother, Kentucky State Sen. Karen Berg, said.