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Human rights groups are pleading with Mexico’s top health official to pressure the release of detained migrants at risk of contracting COVID-19
The majority of Mexico's detained migrant population cannot be repatriated due to COVID-19 travel restrictions in Honduras and El Salvador.
Chinese jails have become hotbeds of coronavirus as more than 500 cases have erupted, prompting the ouster of several officials
Over half of the cases are in prisons in Hubei province, the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak. The rest are in Shangdong and Zhejiang provinces.
A ‘humiliated’ 5th-grader withdrew from school after her teacher asked if she was in a relationship with another girl — as their ent...
The teacher reportedly asked her in front of the entire class whether they were dating. She's spending the rest of the year in homeschooling.
Myanmar's leader is appearing before the UN International Court of Justice this week to address an accusation of genocide against the Rohingya.
A gay couple in Russia was forced to flee the country simply because they told their adopted children they are married
A gay couple was accused of breaking the country's "gay propaganda law" and telling their children they are married.
China uses an intrusive surveillance app to track its Muslim minority, with technology that could be exported to the rest of the world. Here’s h...
The IJOP app prompts officials to log extremely personal information political views, whether they are on birth control, and electricity usage.
A new bill in Singapore targeting 'Online Falsehoods and Manipulation' could pose a big threat to social media companies like Facebook.
Facebook's is building a data center in Singapore, a country with a poor record on freedom of expression according to human rights groups.
An 18-year-old Saudi girl who claims she was abducted in transit through Bangkok airport has reportedly barricaded herself inside a hotel in Bangkok.
14 powerful human-rights groups write to Google demanding it kill plans to launch a China search engine
A group of 14 human-rights organizations have written a letter to Google CEO Sundar Pichai demanding that Google kill plans to create a censored search engine in China. Code-named "Dragonfly," Google's plan to create a search engine compatible with China's stringent laws was revealed in August.