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US Senate votes to ban products from China's Xinjiang over human rights violations of Uyghur Muslims
The measure now heads to the House of Representatives, which must pass it if it is to reach President Joe Biden's desk for his signature
In blow to human rights activists, ICC in The Hague rules out investigating China's detention of Muslims
China has denied that the camps are abusive, describing them instead as job training centres aimed at countering religious extremism and terrorism
The incident on Thursday is the latest in a series of at least eight shipwrecks in the Mediterranean sea since 1 October, said UN's International Organisation for Migration
US warns China against meddling in Dalai Lama's succession, announces financial and travel sanctions against officials
Under the draft legislation, Washington would freeze any American asset and ban US travel of Chinese officials if they are found to be involved in 'identifying or installing' a Dalai Lama approved by Beijing.
Kashmir situation violates human rights, says US Congresswoman Debbie Dingell; urges India to end curbs on internet, mass detention
In the past several weeks, more than half a dozen US lawmakers have come out in support of India's position on Kashmir. Almost all of them have spoken on the floor of the House of Representatives.
Sri Lanka presidential polls today: Despite 35 candidates in fray, voters face difficult task of picking 'lesser of two evils'
Even though there are 35 candidates in the fray for the Sri Lanka presidential election, the election has come down to a race between two candidates — Gotabaya Rajapaksa and Sajith Premadasa
Aung San Suu Kyi 'culpability' in Rohingya abuse in Myanmar an 'open-ended question', says UN investigator
UN investigators called Tuesday for an expert evaluation of whether Myanmar's civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi can be legally implicated in the abuses committed against the country's Rohingya minority
Xinjiang authorities reportedly gather info like facial-recognition data, banking records, and home visits.
Nabbir also accused the Tihar jail authorities of thrashing him and also making this symbol with hot metal and forcing him to fast.
India voices regret over UN human rights chief's remarks on Kashmir, says New Delhi's views on issue are 'abundantly clear'
Bachelet, in her opening statement to the UNHRC on Monday, made a reference to Kashmir, said that the human rights situation in Kashmir "has not been followed up with meaningful improvements, or even open and serious discussions on how the grave issues raised could be addressed."
Government forces flouting SOPs to control mobs in Kashmir, allege activists; security forces reject charges
Human rights activists have alleged that government forces are defying standard operating procedures (SOPs) to control protesting mobs in Kashmir.
After EU sanctions, Myanmar military sacks top general Maung Maung Soe for involvement in violation of Rohingya human rights
Myanmar is accused of waging a crackdown in Rakhine state that forced 700,000 people to flee that the UN has said amounts to "ethnic cleansing".
India has also informed the UNHCR of its deep concern over individual prejudices being allowed to undermine the credibility of a UN institution
Denmark, on 31 May became the latest European country to ban the Islamic full-face veil in public spaces in a move slammed by human rights campaigners as "a violation of women's rights".
Mamata Banerjee equates Afrazul's killing in Rajasthan with Aadhaar linking, says both are 'human rights violations'
Mamata Banerjee said that both the grisly killing of Mohammad Afrazul in Rajasthan and the "forcible" linking of Aadhaar with bank accounts and mobile numbers are "gross violations of human rights"
Donald Trump unlikely to rebuke Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte for drug war, extrajudicial killings
US president Donald Trump is unlikely to rebuke his Filipino counterpart Rodrigo Duterte for drug war killings
At least 1,23,000 Rohingyas have crossed the border into Bangladesh fleeing violence in Myanmar's Rakhine state
The World Food Programme has suspended food aid in Myanmar's violence-scorched Rakhine State, as the humanitarian situation deteriorates with a surging death toll and tens of thousands — both Rohingya Muslims and ethnic Buddhists — on the move.
Jammu and Kashmir accounted for 49.5 percent of the human rights violation complaints against the armed forces between 2012 and 2016, revealed an RTI reply.
Farooq Ahmad Dar complained to SHRC that since an investigation into Major Gogoi's 'gruesome act' was underway, why did the Indian Army award him.