UN Refugee Agency said the life sentencing of separatist leaders by Cameroon Military court violates the fundamental principle of non-refoulement practice.
Protests articles on Democracy Chronicles
Political protests are a human right, political right and civil liberty to come together and collectively express, promote, pursue and defend common interest. Today, pro-democracy protests are under threat. Also take a look at our articles on the Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Turkey, and the Tea Party.
Today, I stood in a Moscow court as it sentenced Konstantin Kotov, a 34-year old software engineer, to four years in prison.
Organized labor came out in solidarity with Hong Kong pro-democracy campaigners, as they called on EU to lead the way in ensuring human rights are eroded.
China has a long history of blaming “foreign forces” for internally challenges like Tiananmen Square. It is repeating this strategy with Hong Kong Protests.
Seeking to find a way to wrest control of the narrative, Beijing stepped up its efforts to sow discord about the Hong Kong protests using disinformation.
For members of the Grand old Party (GOP), Republicans, hoping to run out clock on gun reform, the weekend’s mass shooting in Texas has complicated the math.
In new low of harassment on Moscow’s protests, police are arresting suspects, including Ilya Azar, a journalist who was one of those who led protests.
As flashpoints erupt between protesters and police in Hong Kong, water cannons with blue dye are being turned on the protesters to mark them for arrest.
Zimbabwe’s misery is largely the product of State repression. Its security agencies have been involved in incidents that have targeted the opposition.
Outgoing UN Resident Coordinator in Zimbabwe, Bishow Parajuli, says the current crackdown targeting opposition demonstrators and activists is “intolerable.