India's sacred Ganges river and its main tributary, the Yamuna, have been declared "legal and living entities having the status of a legal person."
Gilad Erdan's team says list's creation would involve the monitoring of social media accounts.
Authorities prevented Hugh Lanning from entering the country Sunday night.
A U.N. commission of inquiry cataloged massive violations in North Korea—including large prison camps, starvation and executions.
Rights groups slam development as a means to target dissent in the Gulf Kingdom.
Tillerson declined to unveil the report in person, breaking with precedent established during both Democratic and Republican administrations.
Afghan civilian casualties reached a 15-year high in 2016, according to the U.N.
Trump's plans may violate international law and spark an intelligence rift.
The rights group claims Duterte's drugs war involves extrajudicial executions and falsified evidence.
The new constitution contains at least 60 differences from the old text.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported civilian casualties in Idlib.
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch asked Trump not to turn "rhetoric of hatred" into policy.
Reports emerged earlier this week that the U.S. could block the sale of 26,000 rifles.
Groups including the ACLU, Sierra Club, Center for Media Justice and more ask the social media network to clarify its policies on removing posts.
The Republican presidential nominee's comments about torture and minority groups make him "dangerous," Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein said.
Riyadh police arrested the teenager for recordings with the American YouTuber.
The U.S. representative in Tel Aviv sent the gifts out ahead of the Jewish New Year.
Nothing could "impair the prestige of the state" as much as this prosecution and Bahrain's human rights violations.