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Memorial: Russian court hears petition to close renowned rights group
Memorial rose to prominence for its studies of political repression in the Soviet Union and currently encompasses more than 50 smaller groups in Russia and abroad.
Interpol plays down controversy over new president Ahmed Al-Raisi
Al-Raisi, who has been accused of overseeing torture, was today chosen as the new president of international police organisation Interpol.
UAE general accused of torture elected as Interpol president
UAE general Ahmed Al-Raisi, accused of overseeing torture at home, has been elected president of international police organisation Interpol.
Prison massacre accused to give evidence at landmark trial in Sweden
Charged with more than 100 murders and grave war crimes, Nouri is expected to give evidence that allegedly implicates Iran's current president Ebrahim Raisi.
UN Special Rapporteur says press freedom is under threat in Hungary
The Central European country has been widely attacked for curtailing independent media and smear campaigns against human rights defenders.
EU election monitors can play a crucial role in Venezuela | View
Venezuelans will go to the polls for regional and local elections on Sunday amid a crackdown on dissent by the Maduro regime. European observers must document any rights violations as they happen, say Human Rights Watch's Jose Miguel Vivanco and Tamara Taraciuk Broner
Europe rights court slams Croatia on Afghan family pushback
The court ruled that Croatia illegally pushed back a migrant family in 2017. A 6-year-old girl was killed by a train on the border with Serbia shortly after the removal.
The Bulgarian government must make the UN torture report public | View
This week the UN Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture raised concerns about the treatment of migrant children in Bulgarian detention centres. But the report will stay confidential - unless Sofia decides otherwise. Not good enough, says UN expert advisor Iveta Cherneva
Serbian police keep activists from Mladic mural
Police officers in Serbia's capital were deployed Tuesday to a large wall painting of convicted Bosnian Serb wartime commander Ratko Mladic that activists wanted to paint over.
Dominic Raab's attack on the ECHR should frighten us all | View
"Since Roman times, despots and authoritarian leaders have tried to erode the power of judges to strengthen their own rule. Britain's justice secretary is in dubious company."
German jailed in one of first trials for war crimes against Yazidis
An estimated 7,000 Yazidi women and girls, some as young as nine, were enslaved and forcibly transferred to locations in Iraq and eastern Syria.
Euronews Debates | How can innovation benefit everyone?
How can we marry profit and people's needs in the process of innovation? We assembled a panel of experts to debate this and give us their ideas on the future of their industries.
Navalny and Jeanine Anez on EU's Sakharov human rights prize shortlist
A group of Afghan women are also on the shortlist to win to European Union’s top human rights prize.
Greta Thunberg-UN climate case singles out the wrong countries | View
Yesterday's decision on climate change and children's rights was historic - but the worst violators are still getting a free pass, writes Iveta Cherneva.
Iranians are crying out for regime change, not nuclear power | View
Europe and the United States must stop pandering to Tehran's nuclear 'extortion' tactics, argues dissident author Alireza Jafarzadeh.
Man behind the inspiration for Hotel Rwanda convicted of terror charge
The man who inspired the film #HotelRwanda, Paul Rusesabagina, has been found guilty of terror-related offences by a court in Rwanda.
Female Kabul municipal workers told not to come back
The city's interim mayor, Hamdullah Namony, said only those whose roles could not be filled by men would be allowed back to work.
Taliban excludes girls from secondaries and shuts women's ministry
The Taliban ordered boys and male teachers to return to secondary schools on Saturday but made no mention of girls. The ministry for women's affairs has been renamed the Ministry of Vice and Virtue.
EU failing Afghan refugees trying to flee Taliban, say rights groups
Human rights and refugee groups have appealed to the European Union to step up its help for people trying to flee Afghanistan.
After sexual harassment reports, people want quarantine hotels banned
As complaints amass against the UK’s quarantine hotels, a law firm has taken legal action to stop them for vaccinated travellers.
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'Kicks, beatings & mock executions': Police violence alleged in Bosnia
"While lying prone on the snowy ground with his hands cuffed behind his back, officers had fired bullets either side of his head to get him to reveal information on the location of certain smuggled merchandise."
Facebook unveils its Ray Ban smart glasses amid concerns over privacy
You can listen to music, take photos and videos and make calls with them but activists have already flagged concerns over privacy.
The world must not abandon human rights in Afghanistan | View
There is still a small window of opportunity for the international community to protect the most at risk and vulnerable through concrete measures. This should include maintaining and bolstering UNAMA’s human rights mandate when the Security Council reviews the mission’s mandate later in September.
Rare impeachment trial in Denmark involving ex-immigration minister
Denmark's impeachment court is convening for the first time in 26 years.
Indigenous rally ahead of Brazil land rights ruling
Thousands of Indigenous Brazilians from more than 170 ethnic groups demonstrated in Brasilia, ahead of the Supreme Court's landmark ruling on land rights.
Lithuania challenged on migration law changes amid Belarus border row
The Council of Europe says the changes "remove, in the case of an emergency situation, significant safeguards in the asylum procedure".