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Unrelenting killings in Congo’s Ituri province; sickening attacks on the Croatian border; a "wake-up call to warlords" in Libya; Sudan slipping on reforms; the UN chief needs to correct his "list of shame"; a half step forward for children in Iran;…
A Congolese victim of ethnic violence rests inside a ward at the General Hospital in Bunia, Ituri province in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo June 25, 2019.

Police Brutality, Criminalization Still Mark LGBT Lives Worldwide

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A view of The Stonewall Inn in New York City's Greenwich Village, June 15, 2020.
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Call for reparations in Tulsa; EU leaders need to go beyond words at today's EU-China summit; spyware used against Moroccan journalist; Russian blogger targeted for anti-racist posts; National Indigenous People’s Day in Canada; and a way to support human…
People attend and celebrate at Tulsa's “I, Too, Am America,” Juneteenth Rally for Justice.

On the Unfounded Criminal Prosecution of Emir-Usein Kuku, an Ethnic Crimean Tatar Human Rights Defender from Crimea, and His Five Co-defendants

Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Igor Viktorovich Krasnov Prosecutor General’s Office ul. B.Dmitrovka, d.15a 125993 Moscow GSP- 3 Russian Federation 19 June 2020   Dear Prosecutor General, We write to you on behalf of two international…
Crimean Tatar activists protest politically motivated arrests of terrorism charges in Moscow’s Red Square on July 10, 2019.
Trending rights tweets this week: Absolutely vile words from the president of Poland; rare footage of “Black Wall Street” before the Tulsa massacre; a brutal rebel commander in Libya is also a US citizen and can be sued in US court for directing…
People with Rainbow flags dance as they take part in a rainbow disco flashmob in front of the Presidential Palace in Warsaw, Poland, Thursday, June 11, 2020. Polish President Andrzej Duda had signed a homophobic and discriminating document called Family Card. 
World Refugee Day falls on June 20. That will be about midway through the 30-day comment period on a draconian new US regulation that puts the finishing touches on the Trump administration’s efforts to redefine refugees so that virtually no one will…
People in the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos wait to use one of the few overcrowded water stations in the camp.
The police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, USA led to protests across North America and the world, with a call for racial equality. HRW asked demonstrators the question: Why do you protest?