With the world focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, few noticed a milestone in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s battle with Ebola – a full month with no new infections.
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Over 500 People Killed in Ethnic Attacks
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Birgit Schwarz speaks to researcher Luciana Téllez-Chávez about her new report, the role of development banks, and what needs to change to keep development money from funding labor abuses and pollution.
You should know what is #BehindTheBling. This Mother's Day tell global jewelry brands to ensure their jewelry is responsibly sourced and address human rights abuses in their supply chains.
Democracy under threat as leaders clamp down on critics and human rights; internet shutdowns exacerbate COVID-19 crisis; asylum seekers in Greece held in precarious conditions; Turkey weaponizes water supply to Kurdish-held areas in Syria; coronavirus treatment remains unaffordable for many US citizens; Muslims in Cambodia face increasing discrimination; overcrowded prisons in Indonesia and Thailand put inmates at risk; shackled people in Nigeria at high risk of COVID-19 pandemic; Burundi's government's denialism undermines coronavirus response, and Sierra Leone overturns policy banning pregnant girls from school.
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Since September 2008, at least 2,000 civilians have been killed and nearly 3,000 others have been abducted during attacks by the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA). In this feature, victims of this rebel group call upon US President Barack Obama for urgent and decisive action to neutralize the LRA.