Dalit Indians working at U.S. tech companies tell VICE News they try to hide their identities to avoid caste-based discrimination they thought they had left behind.
By some estimates, at least 88 people have died in extrajudicial killings linked to Pakistan's blasphemy laws.
'People in Xinjiang Enjoy Happy Life': China's Ambassador to the UK Denies Existence of Uighur Concentration Camps
The denial came the same day as fresh revelations of alleged abuses against the predominantly Muslim ethnic minority.
Myanmar Military Abuses and 'Indiscriminate' Airstrikes Are Plaguing Conflict-Torn Areas, Amnesty Says
“Until now I have no news about my husband, and I'm devastated."
"It's happening virtually all the time. It's become as simple for them as drinking a glass of water."
From sanctions to political resignations to activists fleeing the city, the legislation already appears to be having what many assume was its desired effect.
As other countries urge the mainland to reconsider and local experts warn of an irreparable intrusion into the city's institutions, China's liaison office said consultations had yielded 'unanimous support' for the feared bill.
A new anti-terrorism bill only needs President Rodrigo Duterte's signature to be signed into law. Human rights activists say it is a repression tool to silence government critics and diminish freedoms.
“The cause of death, in my opinion, is asphyxia due to compression of the neck," Dr. Michael Baden said.
A Chinese Citizen Journalist Disappeared 3 Months Ago. His Parents Still Don't Know If He's Alive—and Are Afraid to Speak Out.
Chen Qiushi showed the world what was really happening in Wuhan. He hasn't been seen in three months.
A VICE News story by Emily Green about a Honduran migrant kidnapped in Mexico was turned into a radio piece by This American Life. And it won the first-ever Pulitzer for audio reporting.
Before his arrest and disappearance, Li posted videos from crematoriums, virology labs, and funeral homes inside the lockdown zone.