CAIRO (Reuters) - The trial of former Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi, deposed by the army and sentenced to 20 years in jail, was "badly flawed" and appears to have been politically motivated, Human Rights Watch said on Sunday.
All three are good, hit the right tone. They’re humane — emotional, not technical. My favorite is “Us”. That’s the one I’d put in heaviest rotation on TV. My wife’s watch arrived a few hours ago. After setting it up and playing withShow More Summary
Human Rights Watch (HRW) wants the government of Turkmenistan to stop forcing its citizens to remove their satellite dishes and restrict their choice of entertainment.
I can't be the only one who thinks this falls into the uncanny valley, right? This video of a tiny kitten that loves pets has been making the rounds. But am I the only one who thinks that the cat's chubby cheeks and small ears make it...Show More Summary
Human Rights Watch also said on Thursday that a coalition strike that killed one man and destroyed an Oxfam warehouse in Saada containing humanitarian aid appeared to have violated the laws of war.
Human Rights Watch demands intervention as year-long kidnapping of herders continues in Central African Republic.
CAIRO (Reuters) - The prosecution's evidence in a trial this month of 51 alleged Muslim Brotherhood supporters in Egypt relied on the testimony of one police officer, Human Rights Watch said on Sunday.
By Sarah Saadoun | (Human Rights Watch) – On Wednesday, Israel’s Supreme Court upheld key provisions of the country’s “anti-boycott law,” which makes it a civil offense for people or groups to advocate…
According to Human Rights Watch, the latest victim of the upsurge in violent crime is Central Mali, where a group known as the Macina Liberation Movement has been carrying out attacks against civilians and soldiers.
Human Rights Watch today released new findings about IS’ sexual enslavement project that targeted Yazidi women and girls. Their report, entitled “ISIS Escapees Describe Systematic Rape,” contains many new interviews with survivors who escaped IS, some as young as 12 years old, who describe the forms of abuse experienced while in captivity. Show More Summary
KINSHASA (Reuters) - Security forces in Democratic Republic of Congo have illegally detained and tortured pro-democracy advocates as part of a crackdown before a presidential election next year, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on Thursday.
Bad pay, hard labor, nasty skin rashes, and poor sleep in constructions sites are just the tip of work conditions found in Israeli agricultural settlements, said a Human Rights Watch (HRW) in a report released Monday. The 75-page "Israel:...Show More Summary
A report by Human Rights Watch on the fate of Yazidi women kidnapped by the Islamic State in 2014 states that girls as young as 12 are raped, beaten, and sold among members of the terror group.
Human Rights Watch | – (Washington, DC) – Saudi Arabia, other coalition members, and the United States should ensure that coalition forces take necessary steps to minimize harm to civilians during military…
AJ+ | – Human Rights Watch has exposed Palestinian child labor on farms in illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank. Children – many of whom drop out of school to…
Human Rights Watch urges Obama to link providing security assistance to Iraq to the country's progress in reining in pro-government militias that have committed serious civilian abuses in areas retaken from the Islamic State.
(Jerusalem) – Israeli settlement farms in the West Bank are using Palestinian child labor to grow, harvest, and pack agricultural produce, much of it for export, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. The farms pay the children...Show More Summary
Human Rights Watch interviewed children as young as 11 working in hazardous conditions in West Bank outposts for far less than the Israeli minimum wage.
CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court's decision to sentence 14 men to death and jail 37 others accused of ties to the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood was "politically motivated" and "blatantly unjust", Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on Sunday.