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1 June 2016 6:44

  An adviser to the European Court of Justice says companies can prohibit staff from wearing the Islamic headscarf as part of a general ban on religious and political symbols.  The tribunal is currently hearing a compensation claim from a woman who was dismissed from her job for wearing an Islamic headscarf. This is the first time Europe's highest court is handling a case on banning the headscarf,...

31 May 2016 9:43

A German rescuer from the humanitarian organization Sea-Watch holds a drowned refugee baby, off the Libyan cost May 27, 2016. (Reuters) A picture of a drowned refugee baby found in the Mediterranean has been distributed by a humanitarian organization in an attempt to persuade EU officials to pay more attention to the plight of those trying to make the dangerous...

31 May 2016 9:37

An Australian study shows more than 45 million people are currently trapped in modern slavery across the world, up by 28 percent compared to similar estimates two years ago. The figures were released Tuesday in the 2016 Global Slavery Index, a research report by Australia’s Walk Free Foundation, which examined practices such as forced labor, human trafficking, child exploitation...

29 May 2016 20:49

Haaretz newspaper has revealed that the Israeli police launched activities to teach kindergarten children how to use weapons and suppress protestors. According to the Hebrew newspaper on Saturday, dozens of preschool children from Ramat Negev settlement in the Negev participated recently in such activities supervised by police and rescue officers. The children were provided with basic training on how to shoot using...

29 May 2016 19:08

                      Amnesty International says a court in Saudi Arabia has sentenced a human rights activist to eight years in prison under a law that, according to the rights group, aims to silence human rights defenders and suppress free speech in the country. The London-based rights organization said the ruling was issued on Sunday when Abdulaziz al-Shubaily, the only founding member of the...

29 May 2016 18:44

                      Daesh terrorists are using the Internet to sell hundreds of women held as sex slaves, a report says. Daesh militant Abu Assad Almani posted two photos of young women on his Facebook page on May 20 with captions saying they are for sale, the Washington Post said in a report on Saturday. “To all the bros thinking about buying a slave, this...

29 May 2016 7:56

  The British government is selling record amounts of weaponry such as missiles, bombs and grenades to repressive regimes identified by its Foreign Office as having dubious human rights records, including war crimes. More than $4.4 billion worth of British-made weaponry was licensed for export in 2015 to 21 of the Foreign Office’s 30 “human rights priority countries” – those listed by...

29 May 2016 7:52

  New Yorkers have held a rally to protest a court decision to acquit a police officer accused of fatally shooting unarmed black man, Akai Gurley in 2014. Gurley's family members united with others in Brooklyn on Saturday to voice their anger at the ruling by Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Denny Chun. “It's a dagger,” Hertencia Petersen, Gurley's aunt, said of the sentencing....

28 May 2016 8:50

  An international human rights organization has called on the US administration to press the Bahraini regime over the immediate release of Sheikh Ali Salman, secretary general of Bahrain's main opposition bloc, the al-Wefaq National Islamic Society. “The Bahraini authorities have a chance on Monday to reverse Sheikh Salman’s alarming conviction. His imprisonment contradicts promises of reform and makes an inclusive political settlement unlikely,” Brian...

27 May 2016 17:12

  Bahraini regime forces fire birdshots and tear gas canisters to disperse dozens of demonstrators in a suburb of the capital, Manama, during a protest against the continued imprisonment of prominent opposition leader Sheikh Ali Salman. Protesters took to the streets of Bilad al-Qadeem late on Thursday, carrying portraits of Salman, who is the secretary general of Bahrain’s main opposition bloc, the...

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