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Amnesty International alleges human rights abuses in global palm oil production

Major global food and household companies are selling products containing palm oil tainted by human rights abuses, Amnesty International alleges.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Amnesty accuses Nigeria of violence against Biafrans

SBS World News Radio: Amnesty International has accused Nigerian security forces of killing at least 150 peaceful advocates of secession from Africa's most populous nation. The Nigerian military and..
SBS

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News video: DAPL Protesters Staying Despite Risks of Harsh Winter

DAPL Protesters Staying Despite Risks of Harsh Winter 01:00

The camp has seen rigid temperatures, threats of arrest and a blockade.
Source: Newsy Studio -

News video: Indonesian kids exploited for palm oil profit: Amnesty

Indonesian kids exploited for palm oil profit: Amnesty 01:30

Global consumer companies, including Unilever, Nestle, Kellogg and Procter &amp; Gamble, have sourced palm oil from Indonesian plantations where labour abuses were uncovered, according to Amnesty..
Source: Rumble -

News video: Cuba announces nine days of mourning for Fidel Castro's death

Cuba announces nine days of mourning for Fidel Castro's death 01:14

One of the defining figures of the twentieth century, Fidel Castro has died at the age of 90. The Cuban revolutionary and former leader of the island nation, stuck to his Communist principles long..
Source: euronews (in English) -

News video: New app maps shootouts in Brazil

New app maps shootouts in Brazil 02:33

Amnesty International says there have been more than two thousand shootouts in Rio de Janeiro in less than five months. But a new app might help keep locals safe by mapping out where gun battles are..
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -

News video: Police Arrest Dozens During #Nodapl Protest at Bismarck Mall

Police Arrest Dozens During #Nodapl Protest at Bismarck Mall 01:34

A protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline in a Bismarck, North Dakota mall led to dozens of arrests on Friday, November 25.In a video taken by an Amnesty International staff member and shared by the..
Source: Storyful Studio -

 

Amnesty, Wesley Mission caught up in fundraising scam

Amnesty International and Wesley Mission have been dragged into the wages scandal around charity fundraising after a marketing company used by the charities was caught out paying collectors well below..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Battle for Mosul: Iraq forces accused of killing, torturing civilians

Amnesty International said up to six people were found dead last month in the Shura and Qayyara sub-districts.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Migrant crisis: Amnesty accuses Italy of human rights abuses

Italy has committed human rights abuses that may amount to torture as it tries to process tens of thousands of boat migrants, Amnesty International said on Thursday.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Amnesty condemns Pakistan over crackdown on protesters

Amnesty International has called on Pakistan to release hundreds of opposition activists detained before a planned mass protest, as police used tear gas and rubber bullets overnight to prevent..
SBS

'Torture' term justifiably used

Local members of Amnesty International appreciate the CT editorial from October 20.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Government lashes out at Amnesty report on Nauru

SBS World News Radio: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has rejected the human rights group Amnesty International's claims that asylum seekers on Nauru are being kept in conditions amounting to..
SBS

PM: Nauru torture claims ‘false’

MALCOLM Turnbull has rejected allegations by Amnesty International that refugees on Nauru experienced “systematic human rights abuses”.
Daily Telegraph


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