Some national governments are unconscionably restricting the manufacture of approved vaccines worldwide; Myanmar's facial recognition system; released but not free in Iran; China spreading its propaganda at the UN Human Rights Council; armed separatists’ abuses rife in Cameroon’s anglophone regions; Gambia's ex-president tied to killing of 59 migrants; and the persecution of Navalny is just the tip of the iceberg in Russia's crackdown.
By blocking wider manufacture of approved vaccines at the World Trade Organization (WTO), the US, the EU, the UK, Canada, Australia, Switzerland, Japan, Brazil and others are prolonging the pandemic. Many more people will die as a result. Unconscionable.
On March 7, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a British-Iranian dual citizen, completed her 5-year sentence, but authorities informed her that she is now facing new charges.
Abuses by armed separatists in Cameroon’s anglophone regions are all too common.
Gambia's ex-president has been tied to the killing of 59 migrants.
The persecution of opposition leader Alexei Navalny is just the tip of the iceberg in Russia's crackdown.