A U.S. news report says Salah bin Jamal Khashoggi, son of the Saudi journalist slain in Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul, has arrived the United States.
Political Exiles articles on Democracy Chronicles
Very often dictatorships force democracy activists into a life as political exiles and dissidents. Exile is a primary tool of most dictatorships from China to Cuba. Also see our section on Political Dissidents.
Grace Meng has receive a call from Chinese diplomats saying they are holding a letter for her from her husband former Interpol president, jailed in China.
Ethiopian marathoner who made Rio protest returned from exile on Sunday after sports officials assured him he will not face prosecution.
Prominent Vietnamese blogger sent to exile in U.S. says her reunion with family after two years in prison is proof she is not alone in speaking for freedom.
Vietnamese dissident Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh, known as “Mother Mushroom”, was released from prison on Wednesday and left Vietnam on a flight to the U.S.
The Uighur diaspora are lobbying governments around the world to pressurize China to release information about the fate of their missing family members.
A panel of self-exiled Venezuelan judges holding a symbolic trial in Colombia found President Maduro guilty of corruption landing him an 18 years jail term.
A handful of highly placed Russians have discovered their secrets seeping onto the web. The man behind the disclosures says more are coming.
Prominent journalist and former royal family adviser criticised the crackdown on intellectuals and journalists
There have been more arrests in Egypt’s current election than manifestos; candidates are dropping like flies