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New President Rodrigo Duterte gives police and vigilantes green light to wage unprecedented war on drugs.
Chinese authorities did not provide a medical report for Tenzin Delek Pinpoche's death.
Saudi Arabia has always carried out its executions once global attention towards victims subsides
Proposed scheme to enable someone to be appointed to ensure welfare of every child in Scotland.
Minors detained by DRC security forces having been accused of belonging to rebel groups.
Women's rights commission believes female migrant workers are soft targets for drug trafficking.
Activists reportedly held banners calling for President Kabila to step down after his two-term limit ends.
UAE has introduced a federal law banning the use of VPNs to try to avoid paying for expensive VOIP services.
Human rights groups express concern at the appointment by President Joko Widodo
Imbonerakure allegedly beat and gang-raped female family members of perceived opposition.
The labour minister explained that the amendment was required to address the country's economic situation.
PM Malcolm Turnbull says he is 'shocked and appalled' by images including photo of hooded and restrained boy.
The group asked not to be released in solidarity with other prisoners of conscience currently detained
Horrific videos from 2014 show boys being tortured and tear-gassed by prison guards.
EU can express views on capital punishment but shouldn't make threatening statements, says foreign minister.