As an international court prepares to rule on who controls the South China Sea, Beijing is watching Clinton's presidential run with trepidation.
Women in the top jobs would send a powerful message about who is fit to lead—and not just in times of crisis.
City governor signs executive order forcing state agencies to divest from companies that support BDS movement.
On Ukraine's front lines, those who speak out are under constant threat of retaliation from the militias in power.
For the first time since 1806, the U.K. census could include questions relating to gender and sexuality.
The "Last Week Tonight" host offered to help Kadyrov find his lost cat.
Response to the refugee crisis has been inadequate.
Interior ministry to consider revoking permanent Israeli residency of Omar Barghouti.
An Oslo court found Breivik's treatment was inhumane on April 20.
Breivik murdered 77 people in two attacks—a bombing and a mass shooting—in 2011.
When he was elected in 2014, President Widodo made a series of commitments to human rights.
The gesture was made in protest of the apparently "inhumane" conditions Breivik was kept in.
Questions raised over Turkey's human rights record.
Nicky Morgan is under attack after government figures show women are paid almost £2 per hour less.
The U.K. and Sweden risk becoming "rogue nations" for ignoring the U.N. human rights ruling on Assange.
Close to 100 countries tortured or ill-treated citizens in 2015.
Over 4,000 people are demanding an investigation into the death and apparent torture of the PhD student.
Panel calls for reform of all laws that "authorize, condone or lead to child sexual abuse."