The U.N. is calling on the Philippine judiciary to drop all charges against journalist Maria Ressa. Pursuing the case threatens independent media.
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U.N. Human rights Council to probe into Turkic Muslims being arbitrarily detained in “political education” camps across Xinjiang, region in northwest China.
A U.N. human rights expert said Thursday that Saudi Arabia undermined Turkey’s efforts to investigate the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The United Nations Human Rights Council should adopt a resolution establishing an international fact-finding mission to Xinjiang.
HRIC joins other 39 NGOs in an open letter to heads of government mission to UN in Geneva to address deteriorating human rights situation in China.
Activists in Indonesia’s mountainous jungle-clad Papua region risked imprisonment collect 1.8 million signatures for petition calling for self-determination
Turkey’s foreign minister mets with U.N. judicial expert investigating murder of Jamal Khashoggi as Ankara calls for an international inquiry.
Hundreds arrested during the anti protests in Zimbabwe as the United Nations urged an end to a brutal security crackdown and an internet blackout.
U.N. Human Rights chief Michelle Bachelet condemns Sudan’s crackdown on against anti-government demonstrators saying it can only worsen grievances.
Guatemala’s highest court issued a ruling Wednesday blocking President Jimmy Morales’ decision to unilaterally end a U.N. anti-corruption commission.