Almost half of the four million Syrian children displaced in and around the country are not in school.
The prosecutor has found evidence that could implicate both Russia and Georgia.
An Israeli man stabbed Kako Yemena in the head with a pair of scissors in Tel Aviv.
Tech companies accused of "the worst form of child labor" abuses in DRC cobalt mines.
George Clooney's wife gave her first interview on U.S. network television to discuss a human rights case.
The majority of Syrian refugees in Lebanon are living below the national poverty line.
The blaze left one person slightly injured from smoke inhalation.
Malala Yousafzai welcomed Syrian fellow schoolgirl-activist Muzoon Almellehan.
Badawi's wife says his children hoped for his return "before the end of the year."
One-third of soldiers and 16 percent of the civilians had witnessed a death resulting from torture.
Raif Badawi has been on a hunger strike since Tuesday, according to his wife, Ensaf Haidar.
A U.N. inquiry has accused North Korea of abuses comparable to Nazi-era atrocities.
Current law doesn't allow for abortion in cases of rape, incest or fetal abnormalities.
Anastasia Lin, a human rights advocate, wasn't given a visa upon arrival.
The Beijing high court reduced Gao Yu's sentence to five years for leaking a party document
The arrests of Iranian journalists and businessmen have sent chills through Tehran.
A long-awaited E.U. report accuses Turkey of "backsliding" on key democratic reforms.
Human rights groups accuse the president presiding over a dictatorship that tortures and kills critics.
How is Obama ever going to close Guantánamo if diplomatic assurances are worthless?
The elections come weeks after Saudi Arabia was appointed head of a human rights panel.