Human Rights Watch
Meet the 23-year-old woman clearing out corpses in Mosul by hand
Before they can rebuild Mosul, volunteers first have to clear the corpses.
Inside the Chechen prison where gay men say they were tortured
It's Super Dangerous to Be a Journalist in the Philippines
But a brave few are working hard to maintain an independent press.
disability in china
Is China's Paralympic Dominance Reflected In Their Support For Disabled People?
While China is dominating the Paralympic medal table in Rio, the treatment of disabled people back home still falls painfully short.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
Clint Eastwood backs Trump for president, the Supreme Court allows a school to impose the trans bathroom bill, and more.
Some Indonesians Are Shackling and Imprisoning the Mentally Ill in Sheds
Because mental illness is often thought to be a result of spirit possession in Indonesia, an estimated 18,000 individuals are detained in sheds and backyards for years by their own families.
FIVB's Shameful Silence on Volleyball in Iran
Iran has banned women from attending men's volleyball matches since 2012, yet the International Volleyball Federation still awards the country with the privilege of hosting its events. Now Human Rights Watch is demanding change.
Abuse Against Mentally Ill Prisoners Is 'Widespread,' According to Human Rights Watch Report
According to the study, corrections officials in the United States use violence to punish prisoners for exhibiting behaviors of their mental illness, which violates the Constitution and international human rights laws.
27 Years of Silence: The Family of Missing Alberta Aboriginal Woman Is Still Searching for Answers
Neither Carol nor Marilyn wants to claim that police would have handled Roberta's disappearance differently if she'd been white.But the women share a single view of how police handle cases involving indigenous persons.
Canada Is Bombing the Islamic State in Syria, and Cyberwar Centers Could Be Next
Canada's CF-18s might look to take out IS' infamous media caliphate.
In Australia, Intellectually Disabled Women are Being Sterilized Without Their Consent
Despite opposition from disability activists and the UN, many Australian parents insist the practice is in the best interest of their children.
Canada's Government Is Getting Cozy with Egypt's Increasingly Repressive Regime
Ottawa has stepped up its support for the Egyptian military regime by openly endorsing a crackdown on political opponents and increasing security ties to the forces carrying it out.