The Biden administration must maintain and even increase sanctions related to Iran's support for terrorism, its ballistic missile program and ongoing human rights violations.
Abdureqip Tomurniyaz, president of the Xinjiang Islamic Association, said that the U.S. and Western nations "want to sabotage Xinjiang's harmony and stability, contain China's rise and alienate relations between China and Islamic countries."
Human rights groups, along with Western nations, accused China during a virtual meeting on Wednesday of crimes against the Uyghur community and demanded they give U.N. experts unimpeded access.
For many, laying claim to this land is a process fraught with bias, discrimination and fear.
Unlike predominant groups, independent Assyrian parties heavily rely on expatriate voters to secure their seats in Iraq's parliament.
"My clients just wanted to talk about reparations for the historical and continuing effects of slavery," the Nation of Islam lawyers told the High Court Monday.
American politicians have ignored domestic mass shootings and skyrocketing income inequality, the Chinese Communist Party's official media outlet wrote Monday.
We need to be actively involved in contributing to a peaceful future and that means significantly increasing the refugee quota for Afghanistan, doubling down on diplomatic engagement and committing financial assistance to the Afghan people.
Justice N Anand Venkatesh, a high court judge in Madras, India is to give a ruling on a protection order for a same-sex couple.
A member of the Turkish parliament has been accused of threatening a left-wing colleague on Twitter.
Surveillance technology has been crucial to China's efforts to monitor and track ethnic peoples within China.
The international community must be prepared to stand with the wishes of all the people of Myanmar and stand against all human rights abuses in the country—not just those that the opposition leader chooses to recognize.
The Australian government and systems of policing and corrections continue to feed the intergenerational trauma that resulted from institutional, systemic racism.
"Perhaps our ambassadors should defend America... And not kiss up to the brutal tyrants," Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said in response to a speech from U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield maintaining that white supremacy was "weaved" into the foundation of the United States.
On March 30, Secretary of State Antony Blinken unveiled the annual State Department report on human rights abuses.
In many parts of the world, a Down Syndrome diagnosis is an effective death sentence. Mothers carrying babies with this and other chromosomal conditions face immense pressure to abort.
American and European governments have failed to match their rhetoric on human rights with action to protect civilians.
The biggest threats to rule of law, peacekeeping and individual freedoms in Spain and Europe stem from violent expressions of exclusionary nationalism and populism.
We have a duty to protect mothers around the world.
The Human Rights Council has deep-seated problems of politicization that go far beyond mere membership.
Egypt's officials, including President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi, should understand that by harming dissidents' loved ones, they are only entrenching their government's reputation as a cruel human rights abuser.
Lawmakers from both parties proposed laws this week to counter Beijing's propaganda and pressure on American companies.