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Chinese authorities instigate crackdown on Shangpu villagers

Chinese security forces have carried out a crackdown on the rebel village of Shangpu in the country's south in a bid to end the 18-day-old rebellion there.
In the Media by Paul Iddon

Myanmar approves law guaranteeing right to protest

The new parliament of Myanmar has just passed a law that would guarantee the rights of the people to protest but with certain terms and conditions.
In the Media by Leo Reyes - 1 comment

The Business of Torture

The Czech Republic has issued licenses to export shackles, electric shock weapons and chemical sprays to 6 countries whose police and security forces are known offenders against human rights and have made use of precisely such items to torture detainees.
In the Media by Sam Vaknin - 1 comment

Camara announces inquiry but Guineans gripped with fear

While non-governmental agencies (NGOs) are working to determine how many women were raped on September 28 in Guinea's capital city, Conakry, rumours abound that women who claim they were raped are being taken away by soldiers.
In the Media by Stephanie Dearing - 2 comments

Report: Press freedom remains elusive Special

Only 17 per cent of the world’s population lives in countries that have a free press. The report published recently by Freedom House, clearly shows how journalists and writers are still subject to violence and punitive laws.
Digital Journal Report by Moushumi Chakrabarty

Myanmar Named World's Worst Nation For Bloggers

A report published by the New York City-based Committee to Protect Journalists has named Myanmar as the world’s worst nation for bloggers.
In the Media by Alakananda Mookerjee - 4 comments

Dalai Lama Spokesman’s Appeal to the International Community

The Dalai Lama’s official Representative to Africa, Sonam Tenzing, has called on the international community to actively engage with Tibet.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo - 1 comment
 

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Malaga  Spain: July 13  2012 - City mobilization  against the cuts  the abuse of power and the repre...
Malaga, Spain: July 13, 2012 - City mobilization, against the cuts, the abuse of power and the repression.
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Security forces in Cuba  drag a member of the Ladies in White  a peaceful group made up of family me...
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Security forces in Cuba drag a member of the Ladies in White, a peaceful group made up of family members of imprisoned dissidents.
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Violent political repression against the group of womens Ladies in White who stage street peaceful m...
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Violent political repression against the group of womens Ladies in White who stage street peaceful marches demanding the release of all political prisoners.
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After attending a mass at the Church  Ladies in White group in Havana peacefully march demanding the...
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After attending a mass at the Church, Ladies in White group in Havana peacefully march demanding the release of their loved ones who are political prisoners.
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Malaga  Spain: July 13  2012 - Night march in Malaga.
Malaga, Spain: July 13, 2012 - Night march in Malaga.
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Egypt:  Rabaa al-Adawiya during dispersal of Morsi supporters
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Egypt: Rabaa al-Adawiya during dispersal of Morsi supporters
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Malaga  Spain: July 13  2012
 F*ck you Fabra  - referring to a video seen widely of Andrea Fabra (PP...
Malaga, Spain: July 13, 2012 "F*ck you Fabra" - referring to a video seen widely of Andrea Fabra (PP Deputy) clapping and yelling "F*ck them all!" after Mariano Rajoy announced the new measures.
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