Human Rights

International Criminal Court begins the probe into thousands of civilian deaths in Duterte’s “drug war”

by Perfecto Caparas HEEDING victims’ clamor for justice, the International Criminal Court begins its preliminary investigation into thousands of cases of crimes against humanity allegedly orchestrated by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte pursuant to his state policy to wage a so-called…

Iran’s Vice President Ansieh Khazali supports child marriage

by Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury While Taliban jihadists have vandalized the Norwegian embassy in Kabul and set children’s books on fire, the Iranian regime has got Ansieh Khazali as the Vice President who advocates the marriage of children in defiance…

Iranian people are constantly rising up to overthrow the illegitimate regime

by Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury The existential enemy of the Iranian regime are the Iranian people. The regime is deadly afraid of them. It tries to prop up terrorist proxies across the region to project power. But it is severely…

For its survival, Iranian mullah regime resorts to human rights violations

by Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury While a section of experts on Iran say, in 2020, Iranian people have witnessed the “most violations” of their rights by the cruel Iranian regime. In my opinion, following Ebrahim Raisi, the mass murderer and…

The Historic Indian Farmers’ Protest: An Inside Story, Part 2

With the massive numbers of people engaged in a non-violent protest against the Three Farm Laws by the Modi Government, Dr. Ashish Mittal, a key prime mover in the Kisan Movement explains further. He touched on the unions involved, the…

Immigrants, Link Human Rights Yesterday and Today in Chile

By Maxine Lowy Immigrants and refugees bring great expectations to the country they arrive in. In Chile, however, both today and decades ago, such aspirations for a better and more just life can become tarnished by a harsh reality. Hostility…

Historic Indian Farmers Protest: An Inside Story, Part 1

More than 9 months ago, farmers’ unions joined forces to protest the three farm laws approved by the Modi Government and being imposed onto the state governments for implementation. Braving water cannons, batons, teargas, blockages, etc., the protestors reached Delhi…

Philippine “drug war” victims ask International Criminal Court: Investigate, Prosecute Duterte

As researched and reported by Perfecto Caparas By virtue of the Rome Statute of the ICC, the global fight against impunity is now being waged by hundreds of thousands of victims of the most egregious crimes known to humankind. They…

IACHR Delegation Arrived in Colombia

In the midst of a caravan of flags and all kinds of banners related to the situation the country has experienced during the protests of the National Strike since last April 28, citizens received the delegates of the Inter-American Commission…

Families start urban occupation in search of new horizons in Campos

Within the coronavirus pandemic and a progressive reduction in social investments at the municipal, state and national levels, hundreds of families begin the largest urban occupation reported in the recent history of the municipality of Campos dos Goytacazes, the largest…

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