human rights abuses
Iraq’s protesters have endured targeted attacks, abductions, and killings. COVID-19 may force their movement off the streets.
Palestinians living in Gaza are subjected to prison-like conditions and are now being murdered in droves.
TNI soldiers have been accused of torturing a man to death in Eastern Indonesia. Can investigators actually bring the accused before the courts?
Thousands of children were stolen during Indonesia’s occupation of East Timor. This is the story of three of those children.
The hard, and often short, lives of Davao city's marked men.
El Salvador Cops and Soldiers Are Executing Gang Members and Pretending They Didn't Do It, Official Says
An investigation by Human Rights Ombudsman David Morales found evidence of extrajudicial executions in two incidents last year, raising fears of a return to the civil war death squads of the 1980s.
The video appears to back allegations of widespread torture in the context of Mexico’s drug wars, and the prominent role given to the army within them.
Malian citizen Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi will appear at a hearing on Tuesday to determine whether he will become the first person to be charged at the International Criminal Court with destroying cultural artifacts.
Zimbabwean media reported that he had received the award on Sunday to little notice, but after word of the irony spread on social media, Western news outlets began amplifying coverage of the dubious distinction.
And a Royal Navy ship was the floating sales office for an arms-trade party.
Ethiopia has maintained Washington funding despite reports by the US State Department that paint the country as one of the worst human rights offenders in sub-Saharan Africa.
In internal documents, Pentagon analysts at US Northern Command express concern over cases of security forces killing unarmed civilians in Mexico. The US has sent $2.5 billion to Mexico for its fight against drug cartels.