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No one should have to choose between housing that is unaffordable and housing that is uninhabitable.

Click to expand Image A group of protestors during a major demonstration…
A group of protestors during a major demonstration at 26 Federal Plaza in New York City, in response to then-President Donald Trump’s proposal to cut $6.2 billion in federal housing funds, April 20, 2017. 
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The Biden administration’s move to rescind former President Trump’s punitive sanctions against the International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor is a positive step, but it in no way resolves the difficult and complex relationship between Washington and…
Permanent premises of the International Criminal Court in The Hague, the Netherlands.
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Proposed Social Media Regulations Violate International Norms

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In this Dec. 18, 2020 file photo, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador gives his daily morning news conference at the presidential palace in Mexico City. On January 14, 2021, López Obrador vowed to lead an international effort to combat what he considers censorship by social media companies that blocked or suspended the accounts of Former US President Donald Trump.
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France Complicit as Magomed Gadaev at Risk of Torture in Chechnya

Magomed Gadaev, 37, an asylum seeker from Chechnya and key witness in a high-profile torture case against Chechnya’s leadership, was abducted by Chechen security officials on April 11, two days after his deportation from France to Russia…
Magomed Gadaev pictured in Paris, France.
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Kim Jong Un May Be Tightening Already Firm Grip on Power

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un delivers a closing speech at the Sixth Conference of Cell Secretaries of the Workers' Party of Korea in Pyongyang, North Korea, April 8, 2021. 
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What's happening in Myanmar? In short, the military is, "dragging Myanmar back into the rights-abusing dark ages of past military dictatorships." - Death toll since February 1 coup passes 700, including at…
Phil on BBC, on Myanmar
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Trending rights tweets this week: The world needs a "people's vaccine", but rich governments are making opaque deals and prebooking the vast majority of scarce vaccine supplies, while also opposing efforts to temporarily waive complex global trade rules…
A person in Soweto, South Africa receives an injection as they participate in a clinical trial for a Covid-19 vaccine in June 2020.