Facebook has apologized after mistakenly deleting a post by human rights group Article 19. The status in question linked to a report by Human Rights Watch, which details alleged torture centers in Syria.
Yesterday, an Israeli government-appointed panel of judges issued a report declaring that Israel’s presence in the West Bank does not constitute an occupation, and therefore Israel is not bound by the Fourth Geneva Convention relative to the protection...
Anonymous and other hacktivists say they were the group that provided WikiLeaks with the more than two million e-mails released as part of the Syria files. This is not the first time that Anonymous and WikiLeaks have cooperated.
“To be forgotten is to die a little,” said Daw Aung San Suu Kyi on accepting her Nobel Peace Prize. Her words are an important reminder that strong statements on human rights in one part of the world do not fall on deaf ears in the rest.
(Bangkok) – United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton should call for the immediate release of detainees at the Somsanga drug detention center in her meeting with Lao Prime Minister Thongsing Thammavong, Human Rights Watch said today.
Heavy clashes were reported in al-Abbaseyeen area in central Damascus between the Syrian government forces and the Free Syrian Army, Al Arabiya reported on Monday, citing activists at the Local Coordination Committees.
THE International Criminal Court (ICC) and the Assembly of States Parties (ASP) over the weekend held an event and symbolic flag-raising ceremony, calling other parties to join in celebrations of July 17, International Criminal Justice Day.