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Mattis: 'No Way Not To' Deal With Saudis to Stop War in Yemen

Defense Secretary James Mattis on Wednesday said the United States has a twin principle of accountability and the pursuit of human rights while also continuing to work with Saudi Arabia to end the war..
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Exile won't stop Vietnamese blogger from highlighting abuses

A Vietnamese blogger says she will continue to highlight human rights abuses and other problems in her home country as she begins her life in exile in the United States.
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U.S. lawmakers slam Trump's Saudi defense [Video]U.S. lawmakers slam Trump's Saudi defense  02:04

Bipartisan support is growing on Capitol Hill to push back on U.S. President Donald Trump's defense of Saudi Arabia in the wake of the brutal killing of a journalist in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul...

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Judge Says No To Trump On Asylum Ban [Video]Judge Says No To Trump On Asylum Ban  01:14

President Trump isn't too happy about this ruling.

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Syrian prisoners on hunger strike to protest death sentence [Video]Syrian prisoners on hunger strike to protest death sentence  02:40

Human rights groups say capital punishment is unjustified and appeal for these political prisoners' release.

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Rights Groups Say Saudi Arabia Is Torturing Detained Activists [Video]Rights Groups Say Saudi Arabia Is Torturing Detained Activists  00:50

Two rights groups accused Saudi Arabia on Tuesday of torturing activists including female human rights defenders detained since May. Reuters reports Saudi officials have denied the claims by Amnesty..

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Saudi Arabia May Mean More Than One Reporters Life [Video]Saudi Arabia May Mean More Than One Reporters Life  01:30

President Trump explains how the murder of Jamal Khashoggi could cause issues with the American economy. He clearly chooses the economy over right and wrong on this one.

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Trump: Trump: "We Are Paying Pakistan Nothing I Cut Them Off"  00:37

Trump cuts off funding to Pakistan because he feels they have not helped the United States. Watch Here.

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Trump defends relationship with Saudi Arabia after journalist's murder

Washington D.C., Nov 21, 2018 / 10:20 am (CNA).- Citing low oil prices, U.S. President Donald Trump has said that he will continue to support Saudi Arabia after the death and dismemberment of a..
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Iranian human rights lawyer released after 8 years in prison

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iranian media say authorities have released a prominent human rights lawyer after eight years in prison.The semi-official ISNA news agency reported Wednesday that Abdolfattah..
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Court cases distracting our operations – Nigerian Army

The army chief speaks on measures it is taking to tackle human rights abuses. The post Court cases distracting our operations – Nigerian Army appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
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Scientific Beta ESG filter allowed Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi to be excluded from ESG indices

*The strict filter avoided investors being stuck with these stocks in the wake of the Carlos Ghosn scandal* A pioneer in the reconciliation of non-financial objectives and financial performance..
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Syrian prisoners on hunger strike to protest death sentence

Human rights groups say capital punishment is unjustified and appeal for these political prisoners' release.
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Opinion: Donald Trump lets Saudis get away with murder

President Trump's blatant whitewashing of Saudi responsibility for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi is a depraved attack on human rights. It must have consequences, writes DW's Michael Knigge.
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Trump thanks Saudi Arabia for cheap oil after giving the kingdom a pass on Khashoggi's murder

trump thanks saudi arabia for cheap oil after giving the kingdom a pass on khashoggi's murder
· President Donald Trump thanked the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for keeping oil prices low a day after he refused to blame Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman for having his critic, Jamal Khashoggi,..
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Mali's central region facing unprecedented violence: Report

BAMAKO, Mali (AP) — Rights groups say Mali is experiencing unprecedented violence in its central region where extremists, armed groups and the military are committing human rights violations.The..
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Mali: Civilians 'Caught Between Terrorism and Anti-Terrorism'

[RFI] An explosive cocktail of jihadist groups, militias and the Malian army fighting each other has contributed to making central Mali one of the most dangerous regions of the country. A recent report..
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Turkey's Erdogan says ECHR ruling on jailed politician supports terrorism

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday that the European Court of Human Rights' (ECHR) ruling on the jailed former leader of Turkey's pro-Kurdish opposition, Selahattin Demirtas, amounted..
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Saudi Arabia accused of tortured female activists by electrocution and flogging, leaving them unable to walk

'These shocking reports of torture, sexual harassment and other forms of ill-treatment, if verified, expose further outrageous human rights violations'
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U.S. senators trigger investigation of Saudi prince, potential sanctions

Republican Senator Bob Corker and Democratic Senator Bob Menendez sent a letter to President Donald Trump triggering a provision of the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act
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Rights groups: Activists held in Saudi Arabia tortured, Riyadh denies charge

Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch accused Saudi Arabia of subjecting activists including some female human rights defenders to torture and sexual harassment
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Alphabet chairman admits that Google will have to break its core values if it wants to launch a search engine in China

alphabet chairman admits that google will have to break its core values if it wants to launch a search engine in china
· *The chairman of Google's parent company, Alphabet, has said that anybody who does business in China "compromises some of their core values."* · *Google is working on plans to return to the..
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UWE grad who helped release British Guantanamo prisoners named UK’s top human rights lawyer

uwe grad who helped release british guantanamo prisoners named uk’s top human rights lawyer
Ravi Naik has been named UK Human Rights Lawyer of the Year 2018
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