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    Kentucky clerk jailed for defying court orders on same-sex marriage

    Kentucky clerk jailed for defying court orders on same-sex marriage

    ge licences to gay couples. Kim Davis said that her faith in Christianity did not allow her...

    Former judge sworn as new president in Guatemala

    Former judge sworn as new president in Guatemala

    nt. As the president Otto Perez Molina's resigned after he faced charges of corruption in...

    Case will test Bangladesh and its commitment to justice for bloggers

    Case will test Bangladesh and its commitment to justice for bloggers

    logger give the government a chance to prove it's serious about protecting the nation's...

    Father of dead boys ask the world to see plight of refugees

    Father of dead boys ask the world to see plight of refugees

    t of refugees. He also asked the international community for the attention to focus on...

    Sudanese journalist arrested in Saudi Arabia, faces deportation

    Sudanese journalist arrested in Saudi Arabia, faces deportation

    g to news reports. Waleed al-Hussein al-Dood could face deportation to Sudan, where he is at...

    President Obama urged to discuss Rights issues with the Saudi King

    President Obama urged to discuss Rights issues with the Saudi King

    his talks with the Saudi king Salman on Friday. “If the United States is serious about...

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    Sept.4, Frankfort A Kentucky official has been jailed for contempt of court after she repeatedly... Full article
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    Sept.4, Ankara: Father of boy whose body was found on a Turkish beach said that all he wanted... Full article
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    Sept.4, New York: A Sudanese journalist has been detained for more than a month without charge... Full article
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    Sept 3, Washington: Human Rights organizations have urged President Barack Obama to focus on Human Rights issues during his talks with the Saudi king Salman on Friday. “If the United States is serious about confronting violent extremism, U.S. relations with Saudi Arabia should give priority to calling for greater tolerance for political pluralism and independent civil society in that country,” said Mark P. Lagon, president of Freedom House. “President Obama should press... Full article
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    Sept.3, Ankara: Turkish authorities have released two British journalists who were arrested on charges related to terrorism. However, their assistant is still jailed pending the conclusion of an investigation. Jake Hanrahan and Philip Pendlebury working with Vice News and their Turkey-based assistant Mohammed Ismael Rasool were detained last week in Diyarbakir, the main city in Turkey's mostly Kurdish southeast, where renewed fighting has killed scores of people. On Monday the... Full article
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    Has anyone of us ever realized that the clothes we bear, the fabrics we gracefully flaunt in... Full article
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    Thor Halvorssen’s deep engagement in the complicated and often dizzying politics of global... Full article
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    Addressing thousands of foreign guests and veterans, Putin chose to ignore the boycott, thanking... Full article
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    /Stop killing “dissent” in Bangladesh Killing bloggers in Bangladesh is killing change Das, a Bangladeshi secular blogger is the 20th of the writers silenced globally this year, according to the CPJ statistics. – Bangladesh is ranked – 13th globally with at least 16 journalists killed since 1992. Das, meanwhile, was said to be the editor of Jukti—(which literally means “logic” in the local language) a scientific magazine, and also contributed... Full article

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