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Israel rescue centre release sea turtles back to sea
The Israeli Sea Turtle Rescue Centre releases two sea turtles that were injured during a fishing incident earlier this year back to sea, following treatment and full recovery, in HaBonim Beach near Israel's northern city of Haifa.
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The powerful spyware was used by several governments to spy on lawyers, journalists, political opponents and human rights activists.
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Polish activists protest as logging resumes in Bialowieza forest
Polish authorities say the logging operations are legal and necessary to protect against wood-boring insects.
German companies accused of profiting from forced labour of Uighurs
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Mayday call over migrant rescue in Mediterranean
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Amnesty is calling for European states to end cooperation with Libya on migration and border control.
Activists detained amid raids at human rights NGOs in Belarus
The Viasna human rights centre has stated that Belarusian security forces have searched its offices and arrested several activists.
Russia brands 3 German NGOs 'undesirable'
The German Foreign Ministry has criticised the move, saying that "nothing about their work can warrant or justify such a serious step."
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Greek police accuse 33 NGO members of migrant smuggling
Authorities said the investigation began several months ago and included Greece's intelligence service and anti-terror police. Neither the names of the NGOs nor the nationalities of those involved were made public.
Local NGOs rally to rebuild Beirut in wake of port explosion
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Italy's far-right leader Salvini loses his parliamentary immunity
He could now face trial for refusing to let a rescue ship carrying scores of migrants dock on the Italian island of Lampedusa last year.
Humanitarian hub plays key role in COVID-19 response
Focus explores Dubai's International Humanitarian City to see the vital role it is playing in the response to COVID-19 and other humanitarian crisis.
Hungary’s rules for foreign-funded NGOs unlawful, says top EU advisor
He said the rules were disproportionate and unjustified.
Rescue ship Alan Kurdi docks in Sicily carrying 32 migrants
Aid groups were on hand to offer assistance, according to the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
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This is the moment to either complete the post-communist democratic transition or become further mired in the culture of corruption and impunity that has threatened to strangle Romania's fledgling democracy.
Mexican women use art to protest violence
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I have notified the relevant authorities at the United Nations about what is taking place in Bulgaria. Activities of this type directed against human rights defenders have no place in a rule of law state, let alone an EU state.
Forty migrants rescued by German charity ship arrive in Malta
A group of migrants were rescued by Sea Eye's Alan Kurdi ship. The ship arrived in Malta after being banned from Italy.
Rescue ship carrying 41 migrants flouts Italian ban to dock
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It was supposed to be a life-saving armada to defy Salvini. It failed
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Italy takes aim at Netherlands over migrant rescue ship
Italy's interior minister says the Netherlands is responsible for what happens to a group of migrants stranded on a rescue ship ship sailing under the Dutch flag