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Tagged With Human Rights

Australian companies lag the rest of the world when it comes to corporate responsibility

The story of a North Korean amputee's 6,000-mile escape on crutches

22 years ago, 8,000 Muslim men and boys were killed at Srebrenica in Europe's worst atrocity since WWII

Theresa May says she'll scrap human rights laws if they get in the way of stopping terrorists

Wilbur Ross: 'There was not a single hint of a protester anywhere' in Saudi Arabia

Apple says it found one underage worker building Apple products last year

Every shred of available evidence shows policies protecting LGBT people save children's lives

After a decade fighting the cartels, Mexico may be looking for a way to get its military off the streets

UN HUMAN RIGHTS CHIEF: Trump's immigration ban is illegal and 'mean-spirited'

North Korean defectors have smuggled in thousands of USB sticks to fight the regime

Annie Leibovitz captured the essence of powerful women like Hillary Clinton in a new exhibition

IKEA set up a model of a 'typical Syrian home' in its flagship store

UN HUMAN RIGHTS EXPERT: CETA is incompatible with the rule of law, democracy, and human rights

British scientists have developed an 'AI judge'

China is reportedly releasing the last Tiananmen detainee -- but he might find himself stepping into 'a bigger prison'

Britain is taking a huge step in defying the EU -- and it has nothing to do with money or immigration

Jeremy Corbyn finally talked about the money he received from Iran's Press TV

Jeremy Corbyn finally talked about the money he received from Iran's Press TV

Reducing prejudice could be as simple as a single conversation

Apple CEO Tim Cook is joining the board of a human rights group