Amnesty International called for the end of violent crackdowns of protests in Iran following the Iranian military's shooting down of Ukraine flight #PS752.
Amnesty International described the Saudi Arabian government's sentencing of five men to death for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi a "whitewash" of justice because they cleared the top officials tied to Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman.
Published in light of Human Rights Day on December 10, the survey demonstrates a disconnect between world leaders and the wishes of their youngest generation, according to Amnesty International.
The organization released a report Thursday alleging that the extensive surveillance by the tech giants pose a "systematic threat to human rights."
Lebanon security forces were beating protesters and using large amounts of tear gas on crowds that had gathered in major cities to protest political corruption, said the organization.
Despite the government's iron fist, Egyptians are still intent on taking to the streets.
More than 1,300 protesters have been arrested since the unrest began, and a new report has shed light on accusations of cruel and unusual punishment of detainees by police.
The human rights campaign group showed world leaders attempting to blow out the candle in its logo.
The NSO repeatedly says it only sells to governments. But governments can be as bad as any cyber criminal, or worth.
"I appeal to the government to stop the entry into force of this draconian new penal code," said the U.N. high commissioner for human rights.
"The staggering scale of arrests, imprisonments and flogging sentences reveal the extreme lengths the authorities have gone to in order to suppress peaceful dissent," said Amnesty International's Middle East research and advocacy director.
"No one, regardless of age, should be subjected to flogging; that a child was prosecuted for consuming alcohol and sentenced to 80 lashes beggars belief."
"Some of the people banned from this policy are fleeing conflicts that the United States has had a direct hand in creating or perpetuating."
Under the new law, consent will need to be clearly established either in actions or words—passivity will not be accepted as a sign of voluntary participation in sexual activity.
Russia's Federal Security Service claimed the chat application is used by terrorists.
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Prime Minister Hun Sen has tightened his iron grip over the fragile democracy.
Police are allegedly shooting children "dead at point-blank range as they were begging for mercy."
"By sending arms to Saudi Arabia, knowing that they may be used to kill civilians, the U.S. government may be complicit in violations of international law, including war crimes," Raed Jarrar, Amnesty International's advocacy director for the Middle East and North Africa, told Newsweek.
A report by the human rights organization Amnesty International has detailed how since October 2016, ISIS carried out a systematic campaign of forced displacement in the Mosul area.
Record-keeping was poor for the U.S. Army arms transfers in Iraq and Kuwait, the government audit obtained by Amnesty International says.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's crackdown on NGOs has drawn criticism from human rights groups.
Gabriele Del Grande has gone on hunger strike to protest his detention.
According to a new Amnesty report, global executions have fallen by 37 percent since 2015.