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Liu Xia, Wife Of Imprisoned Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Leaves China
She has been under house arrest since her husband was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2010.
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Trump Is Following Arizona's Playbook On Immigration. We Know How To Fight Back.
The resistance can win.
DOJ Takes First Steps Toward Indefinite Detention Of Families
The Department of Justice filed in court for changes so it could detain kids for longer with their parents.
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How To Make A North Korea Deal Work
The U.S. is treating human rights like an impediment to the nuclear deal. In fact, they're a crucial part of it.
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Teacher And Civil Rights Groups File Complaint Over Family Separation
“We believe in helping children thrive, not in confining them to heinous, abusive situations," said the president of the American Federation of Teachers.
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San Juan Mayor Calls Trump's 'Total Neglect' Of Puerto Rico A Violation Of Human Rights
Carmen Yulín Cruz called out the president for not even tweeting his condolences after new estimates of Hurricane Maria-related deaths were released.
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We Need To Treat Solitary Confinement Like The Human Rights Abuse It Is
Alexander A. Reinert
, Guest Writer
Americans’ constitutional rights are being regularly violated, and the judiciary should step in to correct it, as it would in any similar situation.
How “The Handmaid’s Tale” Has Totally Shaped Our Culture
Leading up to its season two debut, a look back at how the series “The Handmaid’s Tale” has infiltrated our culture — from the way we dress to the way we protest.
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Suu Kyi's Silence: Why Myanmar's Leader Is Ignoring The Rohingya Genocide
Aung San Suu Kyi once said: "It is not power that corrupts but fear. Fear of losing power corrupts those who wield it.”
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Why A Former CIA Director Shouldn't Run The State Department
, Guest Writer
Confirming Mike Pompeo as America's chief diplomat will send a troubling message to the rest of the world.
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Jordi Ruiz Cirera
Here's The Truth About The Caravan Of Migrants Trump Keeps Going On About
“If I could offer something to my kids in Honduras, don’t you think I would be there?” one migrant said.
Yuri Gripas / Reuters
Congress Should Ask Mike Pompeo About Torture In Yemen
Akbar Shahid Ahmed
A U.S. ally reportedly electrocuted prisoners and packed them into metal containers. Pompeo kept working with that nation.
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4 People Facing 100 Lashes For Alleged Gay Sex In Indonesia
The punishment "constitutes torture under human rights law," advocates say.
The National Enquirer: Trump’s Saudi Hook Up
A key Trump ally and publisher of the infamous gossip tabloid is doing a lot for Saudi Arabia’s propaganda machine.
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In Trump's Universe, Human Rights Catastrophes Can Only Get Worse
, Editorial Partner
The president has brokered an informal alliance of autocrats and financiers worldwide against the U.N. and human rights more generally.
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Thousands Protest Against Harsh New 'Stop Abortion' Bill In Poland
The bill is the latest attempt by the nationalist government and Catholic church to ban most abortions.
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The Children Of Eastern Ghouta Are Living In Their Own Tombs
, Guest Writer
No food, no medical supplies, no light, no air. The besieged Syrian city has become a living hell.
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Lawyers File To Prosecute Myanmar Civil Leader For Crimes Against Humanity
Australian lawyers accuse Aung San Suu Kyi of inaction as Rohingya Muslims flee systemic violence in Myanmar.
Mexico’s Sex Trafficking Laws Are Hurting The People They’re Supposed To Protect
The country's law has become a tool to prosecute rather than protect sex workers.
First You're The Party Of Torture. Then You're The Party Of Trump.
, Guest Writer
The Bush administration made torture a partisan issue, paving the way for a GOP president who champions authoritarian violence.
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Dublin Divided: Tensions Swell In Irish Capital Ahead Of Historic Abortion Referendum
"People are fired up for this ― they feel like it’s their last shot."
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U.S. Holocaust Museum Revokes Human Rights Award Given To Aung San Suu Kyi
The Nobel Peace Prize winner has been accused of turning a blind eye to the massacre of Rohingya Muslims.
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'Acts Of Genocide' Suspected Against Rohingya In Myanmar: U.N.
By Stephanie Nebehay, Simon Lewis, Reuters
Nearly 700,000 Rohingya have fled into Bangladesh since August.
Syrians Fight For Survival Amid Assad's Poison Gas Warfare
In Syria's Ghouta region, attacks continue even after a United Nations ceasefire.
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Nobel Laureates Tell Myanmar's Civil Leader: 'Wake Up Or Face Prosecution'
Aung San Suu Kyi, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, is accused of turning a blind eye to the massacre of Rohingya Muslims.
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Amnesty International Slams Trump's 'Hate-Filled Rhetoric'
The U.S. president is setting a "dangerous precedent" for other nations, the group says in its annual human rights report.
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