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Guest: Gleb Bogush is an associate professor in the Department of Criminal law and Criminology in Moscow State University’s Faculty of Law and counsel for Threefold Legal Advisers. He’s the author of over 6o articles on Russian and International...

The Republican National Convention kicks off this Sunday in Cleveland, Ohio. Most of the highest-profile activists associated with the Black Lives Matter movement are not planning to attend, but that didn't stop FBI agents from contacting them by pho...

Photographers covering the black human rights protests throughout the U.S. this weekend produced powerful and iconic images that are now spreading worldwide on social media, often without credit. Here are 10 photos from photograpers with the Reuters...

People may joke that others spend too much time on the internet, but this intricate series of tubes has become an important part of everyday life—so much so that it’s become a human rights violation to take it away.Read more...

Elie Wiesel was a Holocaust survivor, Nobel Peace Prize winner, a prolific author, and an outspoken activist for peace and human rights. He died Saturday, at 87 years old. (more…)...

A ministerial portfolio, government department, contractor and officers medically negligent and/or corrupt…….The Guardian, 28 June 2016:Australia’s immigration department failed to appropriately oversee the multinational that provides healthcar...

 A vote today by the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) has agreed to affirm an expanded resolution on online rights. Russia and China had tabled several amendments to the text but these were rejected by the sponsor countries who argued...