• nov 29, 2014

    (Берлин) – Суд в Алматы 28 октября 2014 г. обязал рекламное агентство выплатить почти 200 тыс. долларов США в качестве компенсации морального ущерба за плакат с целующимися Пушкиным и Курмангазы.

  • nov 20, 2014

    (Sydney) –The Australian government should press Cambodian authorities to implement key reforms to improve treatment of refugees in Cambodia before transferring any refugees from Nauru, Human Rights Watch said today.

  • nov 20, 2014

    (N’Djaména, Tchad) - « Avant, ils ne pouvaient pas passer sans qu’on se lève, aujourd’hui ils sont plus petits que des souris » me déclare Fatimé Mando, les larmes aux yeux à la sortie de l’ancien Palais de l’Assemblée nationale mis à la disposition du pouvoir judiciaire pour ce

  • nov 20, 2014

    In 2012 Russia’s parliament adopted a law that required nongovernmental organizations (NGO)s to register as "foreign agents" with the Ministry of Justice if they engage in “political activity” and receive foreign funding.

  • nov 20, 2014

    Life in Thailand is growing more absurd by the day. Earlier this week Gen. Prayuth Chan-Ocha, the leader of the junta that seized power in May and later anointed himself prime minister, was beginning a speech in the northeastern province of Khon Kaen when five local university students stood up and stripped down to t-shirts emblazoned with “Don’t Want a Coup” in Thai.

  • nov 20, 2014

    (New York) –The US government is summarily deporting parents of US citizen children apprehended at the border despite their deep ties to the United States, Human Rights Watch said today. President Barack Obama’s planned executive action on immigration should include relief for family members at the border.

  • nov 20, 2014

    In today's Brief: China trial opens amid "largest" crackdown; Ukraine fighting toll; LGBT in ISIS areas at "imminent risk of death"; Thailand 3-finger salute protests continue; the Philippines massacre that "keeps on killing"; North Korea goes nuclear; and UAE's spat with Amnesty...