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Corruption, human rights and worker abuses, the most expensive beer in the world... It's not a great list!
Rights groups said they were nothing more than an attempt by prime minister Hun Sen to crush his opponents.
Conservative groups have been trying to police these private matters since 2017 and Indonesia’s House of Representatives is now seriously considering legislation that would make this possible.
We spoke with Amnesty's Papang Hidayat about why so few extrajudicial killings in Papua result in justice for victims' families.
A week before the fall of Gen. Suharto, riots broke out in Jakarta targeting the country's ethnic Chinese communities and their businesses. Now experts say rioters and looters were tricked into escalating the unrest by the government.
Nearly 100 alleged terrorists have died under Densus 88's watch in the past decade, and experts say it's no coincidence.
The world’s biggest state investor won’t touch Vedanta, but Canada’s EDC is happy to finance firm accused of poisoning Indian communities.
One activist associated with a law firm that specialized in human rights cases got a suspended jail sentence, and a prominent lawyer from the company was released on bail.
Saudi Arabia has purchased more than $100 billion in arms from the US since 2010, and Washington has approved orders to replenish Saudi stockpiles during the course of its air campaign in Yemen.
Mary Jane Veloso lives about 300 feet away from Maria Cristina Sergio in the Philippines. Veloso is on death row for allegedly smuggling heroin into the country. Sergio is in jail and awaiting trial after being accused of trafficking her neighbor.
Working conditions at the Bisha mine are already the subject of a class action lawsuit brought by former workers and being heard next year in a Canadian court.