Protesters in Burundi defying President Pierre Nkurunziza by continuing to demonstrate against his decision to run for a third term
May 18, 2015
UK Burundian Diaspora vice-president speaks about ongoing violence in Burundi where second civil war feared
May 14, 2015
Six years after China took steps to crack down on torture by police, detainees continue to be beaten, hanged by their wrists and shackled to iron chairs, New York-based rights group Human Rights Watch said on Wednesday (13 May).
May 13, 2015
Britains Home Secretary Theresa May on Wednesday (13 May) criticised the EUs approach to stemming the flow of migrants crossing the Mediterranean into Europe, saying that by not sending economic migrants back, the bloc was encouraging them to travel.
May 13, 2015
The US Supreme Court appeared sharply divided on 28 April along ideological lines on whether the Constitution guarantees a right to same-sex marriage, but Justice Anthony Kennedy, a pivotal vote, seemed open to legalising same-sex marriage nationwide.
Apr 29, 2015
A group of human rights activists rallied outside the state capitol building in Little Rock, Arkansas on 1 April, against a bill they say allows people to use religion as a basis for discrimination.
Apr 2, 2015
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