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Christopher Street Day in Hamburg
In the north German town of Hamburg, about 250 000 people celebrated Christopher Street Day in a long parade crossing the inner city.
Myanmar junta executes democracy activists amid international outcry
The hangings are believed to be the first executions in the country for more than 30 years.
Joe Biden and Saudi crown prince begin big meeting with fist bump
The US president arrived in Jeddah on the third day of a four-day visit to the Middle East. The Saudi leg is one of the most delicate trips he has faced on the world stage.
Search for survivors under Ukraine building debris
Russian shelling in east Ukraine kills at least 15
UK plans law to ignore European rulings on Rwanda migrant deportations
The justice minister's bill will allow UK courts to ignore rulings by the European Court of Human Rights, which last week blocked deportations of migrants from the UK to Rwanda.
MEPs condemn 'deportations' of Ukrainians
The Soviet Union forcibly uprooted tens of thousands of people in occupied countries during June 1941.
UK insists flight to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda will go ahead
First deportation flight set to go ahead as scheduled on Tuesday after UK court refuses to halt government plan to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda
Europe urged not to neglect other refugees amid focus on Ukraine
NGOs want the EU to use its welcoming of Ukrainian refugees as a blueprint for helping others fleeing conflict around the world.
Go-ahead for Rwanda migrant deportations as NGOs lose legal challenge
Campaigners against Britain's plans to send asylum-seekers to Rwanda say they'll fight on after a judge ruled the government was acting lawfully.
China blocks commemorations of Tiananmen in Hong Kong
Chinese authorities ramped up security Saturday to stop Hong Kongers marking the 33rd anniversary of Tiananmen Square, where pro-democracy protestors were violently suppressed.
Climate change has a price: Water should too
Catarina de Albuquerque, CEO of the global partnership Sanitation and Water for All, explores whether water should be free.
Global alliance pledges to increase prevention of online child abuse
Nearly 100 countries have joined the international alliance to stop the criminal practice, which has increased by 6,000 per cent since 2010.
COVID has widened the gap between the world’s richest and poorest
According to Oxfam, 263 million people are predicted to fall into extreme poverty this year. The cost of living crisis is one of the driving factors.
Feminist groups protest against femicides in Mexico
Various feminist groups gathered in Mexico City's main square on Wednesday to protest against the murder of women in the country.
Kosovo's government says it will apply to join the Council of Europe
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has said that his government will strongly object to Kosovo joining the organisation.
Germany summons Turkish ambassador to protest Osman Kavala's sentence
Berlin has urged other EU countries to challenge Turkey over the philanthropist's conviction.
Frontex chief resigns over probe on human rights violations at borders
Fabrice Leggeri's resignation comes a day after an investigative report said the EU border agency had illegally forced back nearly 1,000 asylum seekers in the Aegean Sea.
UN key players urge accountability for Russian atrocities in Ukraine
The meeting brought together prosecutors and human rights lawyers, and was convened by Albania and France.
Turkish philanthropist Osman Kavala given life sentence
The businessman is accused by Turkey of financing anti-government protests in 2013, while human rights groups have continually called for his release.
Postponed due to war: Ukraine's biggest film festival changes tack
Due to take place in Kyiv in March, the human rights-oriented Docudays UA festival is now postponed until the war ends. Organisers have instead launched a fundraiser and platform for documenting evidence of war crimes, while some of the headliners for 2022 have changed their plans.
More than 400,000 Ukrainians 'forcibly displaced to Russia'
"Our citizens were deported from our territory to their territory," said Lyudmila Denisova. "They went against their will."
Rexit: Russia withdraws from Council of Europe ahead of expulsion vote
Russia becomes only the second country to withdraw from the organisation since its creation in 1949.
Women's rights, ecology and torture scoop top FIFDH 2022 awards
Women's rights, ecology, and torture scoop top FIFDH awards as the Geneva film festival closes. Cinema reports.
The FIFDH celebrates 20 years of standing up for human rights
The International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH) explores human rights violations through cinema, fiction, documentaries, and news. Cinema went to Geneva to find out more.
Chelsea Manning and Data Privacy take centre stage at FIFDH film fest
"We turned your life into a film, and your data was the script."
The FIFDH opens and organisers dedicate special debate to Ukraine
The 20th edition of the International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights has opened. Organisers have dedicated an evening to debate on the conflict in Ukraine with people live from Ukraine expected to take part.