China's deployment of surveillance to detain Turkic Muslims who use "suspicious network tools" like WhatsApp or too much electricity should concern Western leaders.
"The U.S. has no credibility to hold the moral high ground," a Global Times editorial claimed in response to a statement by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
"My name cannot be found in any of the search engines in China," Wu'er Kaixi told lawmakers on the 30th anniversary of Tiananmen Square.
Human rights remain under attack in China on an unprecedented scale, defying America's hopes that economic openness will result in greater liberty.
A Global Times editorial suggested the official secrecy around the brutal suppression of pro-democracy protesters in 1989 has allowed the country to advance.
The image of Movahedi brandishing her white hijab from a stick during protests at the end of 2017 became a rallying call on social media.
The United Nations report said North Koreans are living in a “vicious cycle of deprivation, corruption and repression.”
The upholding of Dennis Christensen's sentence has been decried by Jehovah's Witnesses and international human rights groups.
"The unabated oppression that the Uyghur community faces at the hands of China is a stain on the conscience of the world," Nancy Pelosi told Newsweek.
The “Abolition of Abortion in Texas Act” faces widespread opposition, even from various anti-abortion groups, such as Texans for Life.
“I believe in an inclusive foreign policy—one that centers on human rights, justice and peace as the pillars of America’s engagement in the world, one that brings our troops home and truly makes military action a last resort,” Representative Ilhan Omar wrote.
The Trump administration’s apparent dismissal of human rights monitors “puts the United States squarely in the company of some of the worst human rights abusers around the world.”
“We also advise that the United States take a hard look at its own domestic human rights record, and first take care of its own affairs,” Chinese spokesperson Lu Kang said.
“For Trump and his team, human rights is just another cudgel they wield opportunistically in service of a vision for the Middle East,” Jamal Abdi, president of the National Iranian American Council, told Newsweek.
North Korea's ruling regime keeps more than 100,000 individuals in death camps and has carried out a series of horrific executions.
Israa al-Ghomgham, 29, has been detained since 2015 for her part in anti-government protests.
“The misbehavior of the U.S. government indicates that the U.S. does not abide by any principles protecting rights of those criticizing the system,” Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi said of the U.S. arrest of a black Muslim American journalist who works for Iran’s Press TV.
“They say he's the Donald Trump of Brazil. Can you believe that? But he likes it,” Trump said.
Bolsonaro had previously said that Brazil’s two decades of military dictatorship, which ended in 1985, was a “very good period” and that he is “in favor of torture.”
Nils Melzer, the United Nation’s special rapporteur on torture, accused the U.S. of leading a process of dismantling human rights.
The letter allegedly urged the German government to “fundamentally rethink” its support for a range of organizations, including the Jewish Museum in Berlin.
The country's top human rights official previously argued that imprisoning “mildly abusive” men could leave families without an income.
The abuse left some women unable to walk or even stand, while one prisoner, after an especially brutal session, repeatedly tried to kill herself.