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4 March 2015 22:15

Sick ISIS militants fed a desperate mum the mutilated remains of her son - after telling her it was cooked meat and rice. The worried mum had bravely visited the terror group's headquarters in a bid to speak to her loved one who had been captured and taken prisoner by ISIS militants in Mosul, Iraq. ISIS fighters told the mum she should...

3 March 2015 14:11

The Tory-led coalition government of Prime Minister David Cameron has been urged to end the indefinite detention of asylum seekers in centers that resemble high-security prisons, as it is “expensive, ineffective and unjust.” In a report released on Tuesday, a panel of British MPs made the plea, saying that the current lack of a time limit for the detentions in the...

3 March 2015 8:16

A new report says British government is deliberately harming vulnerable people with its benefit sanctions regime. According to Press TV, the report title “Time to Rethink Benefit Sanctions” by a coalition of leading church groups in the UK also noted that the government's austerity policies are causing widespread dejection and hunger across the country. In their report, the groups uncovered new...

2 March 2015 19:43

Growing number of prisons’ population in the UK has sounded the alarms in the country. Rights activists blame the trend on the UK austerity measures saying the government must take serious the social consequences of its economic policies. “It’s one of the consequences of government's policy. British government’s economic policies and certainly the austerity budget of the UK are contributing ...

1 March 2015 10:48

Thousands of American workers have held protests in Wisconsin against a "right-to-work" proposal that would prohibit private sector workers from being required to join a union or pay dues. Supported by Governor Scott Walker, the bill was approved by the Republican-led state Senate on Wednesday and would make Wisconsin the 25th state to adopt such a law, once it passes the...

26 February 2015 22:14

,,, Press TV has interviewed Iran’s deputy human rights chief, Kazem Gharibabadi, to discuss a number of international issues. What follows is a rough transcription of the interview. Press TV: Do you think the international community has been successful in preventing the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, particularly, chemical weapons? Gharibabadi: I think this is a very good question to bring into discussion....

26 February 2015 19:19

The recent scathing report on human rights violations in Britain has intensified pressures on the UK coalition government for its double standards in dealing with rights issues. In its annual ‘State of the World’s Human Rights’ report, Amnesty International heavily criticized the British government’s record at home. The NGO condemned the coalition government for rushing counter-terror and surveillance legislation through...

25 February 2015 23:39

In order to get to school every day, approximately 100,000 New York City school children must pass through metal detectors, bag searches and pat downs administered by police personnel. While advocates have been calling for an end to the over policing of kids at schools for many years, there is now a petition on the website change.org, which calls on...

25 February 2015 23:29

Nearly 1,000 Assyrian families in northeastern Syria have run for their lives in the wake of the abduction of at least 150 members of the community by the ISIL Takfiri terrorists. Osama Edward, director of the Sweden-based Assyrian Human Rights Network, said on Wednesday that the recent kidnapping in Hasakah Province has forced the Christians from their homes over the threat...

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