On the 3rd anniversary of the EU-Turkey deal which has stranded 1000’s of refugees on the Greek isles, Amnesty International defaced the Acropolis in Greece with a message reading “Humanity First: Refuges are Welcome.”
As Women Stage Public Protests Around Iran, Video Journalists Demonstrate The Increased Level of Hostility, Violence & Abuse Women’s Rights Activists Face Inside The Country
Women around Iran are raising awareness and fighting for equality by publicly taking off their hijabs and filming the reactions they get from Iranian society – shinning a bright light on just how hard the fight is for them inside the country.
Report from UK’s Ministry of Defense Claims To Only Have Killed 1 Civilian In Combat Throughout Iraq & Syria Over The Years
Despite the fact that over 750,000 have died in the Wars in Iraq and Syria since they first began, the UK’s Ministry of Defense just published a new report claiming to have only killed one civilian in these Wars.
After reporting on national issues painting to the country in a negative light, the Independent Broadcasting Authority of Zambia has suspended national news organization Prime TV for a time period of 30 days.
Egyptian Government Implicated In Massive Phishing Campaign Targeting Journalists, Political Activists & NGO’s Alike
Amnesty International has uncovered the footprints of a massive cyber-espionage campaign launched by Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to hack, track and record the cyber activity of political activists, researchers, journalists and human rights workers.
Iraqi Parliament Proposes Draconian New Cybercrime Laws Designed To Crackdown On Political & Religious Extremism Online
Iraq’s parliament proposes dangerous, vaguely worded, new laws imposing imprisonment on anyone found to have been discussing issues of “independence, peace and political, military security and economic interests” online.
Amnesty International has released a 77 page report summarizing the state of political affairs and human rights around the geographic areas of North Africa and Middle East from 2018 to present.
Understanding How/Why Non-Governmental Organizations Worldwide are Increasingly Coming Under Attack from Their Governments
Amnesty International releases a new report detailing how Human Rights groups and other Non-Governmental Organizations like them have recently begun coming under political assault worldwide.
Now that the controversial international espionage group know as NSO Group has officially changed ownership, human rights groups are demanding its owners provide answers to how they plan on curbing future abuses.
Amnesty International investigation reveals Belgium weapons manufacturer FN Herstal has been supplying machine guns to the UAE, which have then been transferred to militia factions carrying out War Crimes in Yemen.