All six have been traveling around the country, focusing on the capital city of Nouakchott, where a large portion of the country’s population is centered.
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New working paper authored by Tutu, executive director EG Justice, explores how civil society use international courts to pursue justice in kleptocracy.
Vadym Komarov, a journalist, was attacked with a hammer in broad daylight in the center of the city. Komarov fell into a coma, dying 40 days later.
Thousands dressed in black blocked Hong Kong roads and surrounded police headquarters Friday in the latest wave of demonstrations over an extradition bill.
Since last week’s stunning reversal, when Russian officials abruptly scrapped drug charges against a prominent investigative reporter.
Mauritania’s president should ensure the release of Cheikh Ould Mkhaitir, who remains in detention since a court ordered his release in November 2017.
Police in Tbilisi fired rubber bullets and used teargas against thousands of nonviolent protesters outside the Georgian Parliament on June 20, 2019.
Ethiopia has embarked on a process of democratic transformation that is already having reverberations, not only here and in the region, but globally.
A former Hong Kong bookseller is holding up his eight-month extrajudicial detention in China as an example of what could happen to others.
Protests took place in Kazakhstan on election day and continued for several days over what government critics saw as an orchestrated handover of power.