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'Grey's Anatomy' Recap: Did Meredith Make The Right Choice?

Fun Fact: the human heart beats roughly 115,000 times per day. Grey's Fact: "Eventually a heart full of scars stops working," per Meredith Grey. In this episode of Grey's Anatomy, "Old Scars, Future Hearts", Maggie, Jo, and Alex tackle...Show More Summary

5 steps to improve Lebanese Women’s rights: Human Rights Watch

Candidates running in Lebanon’s May 6, 2018 parliamentary elections should commit to five key steps to improve women’s rights, Human Rights Watch said today, on International Women’s Day. Political parties should also ensure greater participation of women in parliament by including women on their candidate lists. Lebanon has made some positive incremental steps in recent […]

Pedaling for Palestinian Rights: 20 cities around the world demand UCI and Giro d’Italia #RelocateTheRace

Cyclists and supporters of Palestinian human rights took to the streets in 20 cities across the world on Saturday, March 10, 2018 for the #RelocateTheRace International Day of Action. Bike rallies and actions called on Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), the governing body of cycling to relocate the start of the famed Giro d’Italia cycling event, set for May 4 in Jerusalem.

The West has abandoned human rights

The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman is in Britain, and the argument over the next few days…

In Chechnya, a new ski resort can't overshadow accusations of human rights abuses

It was a triumphant day for Chechnya and its leader — the grand opening of a glitzy $115-million ski resort in the mountains that were the scene of two brutal wars with Russia since the 1991 breakup of the Soviet Union. The head of the Russian territory, Ramzan Kadyrov, wearing a colorful, camouflage-patterned...

Trump, Putin and Kim Jong-un Human Rights Ads by Amnesty International Banned from D.C.

Three super provocative ads featuring President Trump, Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un won't see the light of day -- at least not in our nation's capital... TMZ has learned. Amnesty International USA wanted to place the ads in metro stations in the…

Syrian Civilians Pay the Price in Ghouta

After a third consecutive day of attacks, the Syrian government has killed over 250 people in Eastern Ghouta, a region near Damascus. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights stated that the death toll included 58 children and 42 women,...Show More Summary

Pressure mounts on Mexico to raise minimum wage

Human rights advocates say the current minimum wage, less than $5 a day, condemns millions to a life of poverty.

Edible Tide Pods Are Now a Thing and We've Officially Lost Our Faith In Humanity

Post by Kathleen Wong. Kids these days, right? Running around, bringing dirt into the house, staying up past curfew, eating Tide Pods that totally corrode their esophagus and lungs. In true Internet fashion, there's now a recipe out there for making actually edible Tide Pods, so that your teen doesn't have to digest harmful chemicals. Show More Summary

HRC: #LoveYourNeighbor this Valentine’s Day

Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation, the educational arm of the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) civil rights organization, released a compilation of heart-tugging videos from its year-long #LoveYourNeighbor campaign, which focuses on the stories of LGBTQ people in the South. Show More Summary

UN experts urge Iran to lift academic's death sentence

Four United Nations human rights experts launched a fresh appeal Friday for Iran to annul the death sentence given to university professor Ahmadreza Djalali, accused of passing information to Israel. The renewed call came days after Iran's Supreme Court reportedly rejected a request to review the sentence. Show More Summary

Pro-Abortion Feminists Ignore Female Genital Mutilation Threatening 68 Million Women

Feminist news outlets that claim to support women are overlooking a human rights violation threatening millions of women and young girls around the world. Tuesday, February 6, marked the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation. Show More Summary

U.N. calls for release of Reuters journalists in Myanmar

GENEVA (Reuters) - The United Nations human rights office called on Friday on Myanmar authorities to release two detained Reuters journalists, a day after they were denied bail.

Trump's meeting with Kazakhstan president raises questions about human rights and business ties

President Trump proclaimed Tuesday “Religious Freedom Day,” but he spent the afternoon meeting with an authoritarian who has been accused of conducting a brutal campaign of repression against religious minorities and political opponents in his country.

John McCain Defends the Free Press in a New Op-Ed on the Day of Trump’s “Fake News Awards”

The senator stressed the importance of a free press, and maintaining our position as defenders of human rights and free speech around the world. The post John McCain Defends the Free Press in a New Op-Ed on the Day of Trump’s “Fake News Awards” appeared first on RedState.

"First job, deleted the game" - devs confess their biggest mistakes over the years on Twitter

At the end of the day, we're all just humans, right? Fallible, imperfect humans who make mistakes

Arkansas Neighborhood On The Lookout For ‘Poop Bandit’

Just when you think your day couldn’t get any worse, imagine finding a steamy pile of excrement right next to your parked car – and later learning that a human had left that little gift behind. That’s exactly what happened … More » The post Arkansas Neighborhood On The Lookout For ‘Poop Bandit’ appeared first on EveryJoe.

Trump rails against Iran over its human rights record. But he spares allies.

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Since he was elected president, Donald Trump has used the term “human rights” just four times in his nearly 2,900 tweets. All four references have come in the past few days. And all are about Iran. Big protests in Iran. The people are finally getting wise as to how their money and wealth is being stolen and […]

Iran 'tested by its own citizens': Haley

Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the United Nations, said Sunday Iran's government is "being tested by its own citizens" after three days of protests against the clerical regime. "We pray that freedom and human rights will carry the day," she said in a statement. Show More Summary Files Human Rights Complaint Against Italy for Mandatory Vaccination Law

NOTE: From Kevin Barry of On Christmas Day, we filed a human rights complaint against Italy. The mandatory vaccination law Italy passed violates international human rights and bioethics standards for Italy's almost 60 million citizens. We will be filing...

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