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Utah Missionary Set to Be Freed From Venezuela Detention

A former missionary from Utah who spent two years in a Venezuelan prison in what human-rights lawyers called a trumped up case is to be released later Saturday by President Nicolás Maduro’s..
Wall Street Journal

UK: Labour Party wants Vedanta delisted from London Stock Exchange

The UK's Opposition, Labour Party, has called for Vedanta to be delisted from the London Stock Exchange following the death of 13 people during violent protests against the mining giant in Tuticorin,..
DNA

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News video: Car explosion kills at least five in Idlib - Syrian Observatory

Car explosion kills at least five in Idlib - Syrian Observatory 01:09

Video uploaded on internet shows rescue services and aftermath of what appears to be a car explosion in Idlib
Source: Reuters - Eyewitness Video -

News video: At Harvard, Clinton Warns Of Threats To American Democracy

At Harvard, Clinton Warns Of Threats To American Democracy 00:21

Hillary Clinton was at Harvard to accept the Radcliffe Medal for her leadership and human rights work.
Source: WBZ CBS Boston -

News video: Harvard awards Hillary Clinton medal for leadership, human rights work

Harvard awards Hillary Clinton medal for leadership, human rights work 00:46

Former First Lady, U.S. Senator, Secretary of State and Democratic presidential candidate was awarded the Radcliffe Medal, honoring those who have had a "transformative impact on society."
Source: WCVB -

News video: Ireland Votes After a Largely Secular Abortion Debate

Ireland Votes After a Largely Secular Abortion Debate 01:11

Ireland is a predominantly Catholic country, but the church's moral influence on the nation has waned in recent years.
Source: Newsy Studio -

News video: Technology For Growing Babies in Artificial Wombs Being Held Back by Ethics Laws

Technology For Growing Babies in Artificial Wombs Being Held Back by Ethics Laws 01:09

Technology For Growing Babies in Artificial Wombs Being Held Back by Ethics Laws
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Former British minister Malcolm Rifkind calls for probe into Hong Kong role in CIA rendition programme that sent Sami al-Saadi to be tortured in Libya

Hong Kong’s role in a pan-Asia secret rendition programme run by US and British intelligence services should be scrutinised as part of a top-level inquiry, a former British cabinet member has said...
S.China Morning Post

Thousands protest Argentina's negotiations with IMF

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Thousands of Argentines on Friday protested the government's bid to secure a credit line from the International Monetary Fund, which they blame for hardship during a past..
Firstpost

Government has opened Pandora’s box on human rights, religious freedom

As things go – refugees banged up for years on Manus Island, Indigenous kids not being educated – gay cakes is not a big-ticket human-rights item.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Macron will attend World Cup if France reach semi-finals

ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday said he would travel to Russia for the soccer World Cup if France reach the semi-finals, turning a deaf ear to calls from..
SBS

Commission calls for federal human rights act, Ruddock review hears

The ACT Human Rights Commission said the federal government should follow the ACT's lead to protect rights such as freedom of religion.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Australia votes against, but UN sets up probe into Gaza killings

Australia and the US were the only countries to vote against a United Nations Human Rights Council decision to send a commission to investigate last week's killings.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Saudis detain women's advocates ahead of driving ban lift: HRW

Human Rights Watch claims that Saudi authorities have arrested seven women's rights advocates ahead of the lifting on a driving ban for women.
SBS

Australians not cruel, just 'manipulated by government': Behrouz Boochani

Ahead of his speech at the annual Human Rights Law Centre dinner, Kurdish journalist and Manus Island detainee Behrouz Boochani spoke exclusively to SBS Kurdish.
SBS

UN rights chief backs Gaza inquiry

The UN's top human rights official is backing calls for an inquiry into the Gaza protests, saying there's little evidence Israel tried to minimise casualties.
SBS

UN mulls international war crimes probe of Gaza killings

A special session of the UN Human Rights Council will decide whether to send war crimes investigators to probe the deadly Gaza shootings.
SBS

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