February 8, 2014

Le tribunal créé à Dakar par l’Union africaine et le Sénégal pour juger les principaux responsables des crimes internationaux commis au Tchad sous le régime de Hissène Habré célèbre aujourd’hui son premier anniversaire.

December 25, 2013

В последние дни президенты Германии, Франции и США заявили о том, что не будут присутствовать на Зимних Олимпийских играх в Сочи в феврале 2014 года.

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Dispatches: Key Case on China’s Domestic Violence Problem
April 21, 2015

On April 24, the Chinese government’s willingness to examine domestic violence as a possible mitigating factor in sentencing will go on trial as a Sichuan court rules in the case of Li Yan, who was sentenced to death for murdering her abusive husband.

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Dispatches: Think Again, President Al-Bashir
April 20, 2015

So far, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has avoided arrest for alleged international crimes – including genocide – committed in Darfur. But his world has certainly gotten smaller.

April 20, 2015

Anyone lucky enough, as I have been many times, to spend an hour with Svetlana Gannushkina, one of Russia’s top advocates for the rights of refugees, migrants, and asylum seekers, gets used to the conversation being interrupted at least a dozen times by phone calls.

April 20, 2015

قامت المحكمة الإسرائيلية العليا يوم الأربعاء بإقرار البنود الأساسية لقانون "مناهضة المقاطعة"، التي تجرم مناصرة الأشخاص أو المجموعات لمقاطعة منتجات أو مؤسسات أو أفراد من إسرائيل أو المستوطنات، إذا ما امتلكت المناصرة فرصة معقولة في النجاح.

April 18, 2015

On Wednesday, Israel’s Supreme Court upheld key provisions of the country’s “anti-boycott law,” which makes it a civil offense for people or groups to advocate boycotting Israeli or settlement products, institutions, or individuals, and the advocacy has a reasonable chance of succeeding.

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Dispatches: Military Abuses in Southern Philippines
April 17, 2015

Here’s a snapshot of the plight of tens of thousands of internally displaced people in the Philippine province of Maguindanao after an anti-insurgent military operation: women, children, and the elderly endure the heat in makeshift evacuation camps with inadequate food, medical care, and spor

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Dispatches: “They said I was uneducable. I fought back”
April 17, 2015

I recently met Juan, a young man from Argentina with intellectual disabilities, who was told he was “uneducable” by teachers at the schools attended as a child.

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时评:中国噤声一位资深记者
April 16, 2015

中国资深记者高瑜在文革中劫后馀生,在混乱但充满希望的1980年代成为顶尖的政治记者,又挺过了牢狱之灾。本周五,北京法院将让71岁的她遭遇另一次劫难,以“为境外非法提供国家秘密罪”对她宣判。