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Saudi prince is being investigated for “modern-day slavery” charges

What happened: French prosecutors are investigating claims against a Saudi prince for keeping seven women as slaves in his apartment outside of Paris. Most of

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“We actually accept the Chinese version”, says PM Imran Khan about Uighur situation

What happened: At the centenary of the ruling Communist Party, PM Imran Khan spoke to Chinese journalists to praise the Communist Party. Imran Khan also

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Human Rights Watch says UAE is “forcibly disappearing and deporting” Pakistani Shia Muslims

What happened: Human Rights Watch (HRW) says four Pakistani men had disappeared in October 2020 and at least six others had been deported by UAE

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Human Rights Commission of Pakistan’s annual report highlights substantial human rights violations

Violations highlighted by the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan report: Cases of forced conversions of religious minorities, accusations of blasphemy, crimes against women and children

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2039 human rights violation cases registered in Sindh in one year

As many as 2,093 cases of human rights violations were reported to the police between Jan 31, 2019 and Jan 31, 2020 and 2,115 suspects

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A Glance into the Persecuted Lives of Kashmiris Living in Occupied Kashmir

2018 was the bloodiest year in Kashmir’s history with 324 people dead, including women and children. Analysts have predicted 2019 to be worst.


ایرانی صحافی اور سماجی کارکن هنگامه شھیدی کو قید کی سزا

ایران کے ریاستی خبر رساں ادارے کے مطابق ایک ایرانی صحافی اور نسوانی حقوق کی کارکن، هنگامه شھیدی کو نامعلوم دفعات پر بارہ سال کی


Yemeni Children Not Human Enough for Us to Condemn Saudi Airstrike?

Yemen’s Al Masirah TV citing Health Ministry figures stated that the Saudi-led coalition airstrike in Yemen yesterday killed at least 50 people and wounded 77. A harrowingly high amount

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WHAT ASMA WOULD DO: She Would Stand for Junaid Hafeez’s Right to a Fair Trial.

In some parts of the world, it’s easier to live with heroic women after they die. Asma Jahangir, the human rights activist and lawyer, passed