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Sri Lanka ends forced cremations of Muslims after Imran Khan visit

Sri Lanka on Friday ended forced cremations of people who have died of coronavirus, after visiting Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan urged Colombo to...

German court convicts former Syrian intelligence agent

A former Syrian intelligence service agent was on Wednesday sentenced to four and a half years in jail for complicity in crimes against humanity...

Ali Hamza highlights violence against women through SarBuland

‘SarBuland’ is a musical composition that highlights the importance of considering the issue of violence against women as not just a woman’s issue but...

US accuses China of genocide against Uighurs

The Trump administration has determined that China has committed "genocide and crimes against humanity" by repressing Uighur Muslims in its Xinjiang region, Trump Administration...

Uighur refugee in France recounts her ordeal in China re-education camps

After three harrowing years in Chinese re-education camps, Gulbahar Haitiwaji, a Uighur woman who had been lured back to China from France only to be...

South Korean court orders Japan to compensate World War II sex slaves

A South Korean court on Friday ordered the Japanese government to pay compensation to 12 World War II sex slaves or their families, in...

Vietnam jails three critics ahead of major party congress

Vietnam on Tuesday jailed three pro-democracy bloggers on anti-state charges, one of their lawyers said, weeks ahead of the communist government's party congress. The run-up...

UK judge refuses to extradite Julian Assange to US

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has emerged as one of the most controversial whistleblowers of recent times, hailed by supporters as a fearless campaigner for...

New deal won’t result in mass deportation of Uighurs to China: Turkey

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Wednesday brushed aside fears that Turkey's extradition treaty with China would result in Ankara deporting Muslim Uighurs en...

Senate passes bill to legalize abortion in Argentina

Argentina passed a landmark bill legalizing abortion on Wednesday over the objections of its influential Roman Catholic Church. The Senate voted by 38 in...

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