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A German captain who rescued thousands of migrants at sea turned down a medal of bravery in protest of Europe’s strict anti-migrant laws
"We do not need medals," the boat captain Pia Kemp said. "We do not need authorities deciding about who is a 'hero' and who is 'illegal.'"
Saudi Arabian women no longer need a man’s permission to travel. Here are the biggest changes they’ve seen in the last 2 years.
Women in Saudi Arabia are allowed to travel without a male guardian. Saudi women have seen many changes in the last two years. Here's a list of them.
Read about the genocide whose effects are still being felt, as bodies from 20 years ago are still being buried today.
A hedge fund manager attacked the ‘murderous pigs’ who run China after a tribunal found it harvests organs from prisoners
"It’s time to completely cut ties with the MURDEROUS PIGS that run the ccp," tweeted Kyle Bass, head of Hayman Capital Management.
A Canadian firefighter says his human rights were violated because he wasn’t given vegan food while fighting wildfires
Adam Knauff, 40, alleged that he was discriminated against, suspended, and ultimately docked pay in 2017 after he stood up for his "rights."
An 18-year-old woman in Bangladesh was burned to death after coming forward with allegations that her headmaster touched her inappropriately.
Facebook's is building a data center in Singapore, a country with a poor record on freedom of expression according to human rights groups.
Saudi crown prince defended China’s imprisonment of a million Muslims in internment camps, giving Xi Jinping a reason to continue his ‘pre...
It came during Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's trade trip to China this week, where Riyadh and China signed $28 billion worth of deals.
In a massive rebuke to Trump, GOP senators demand that Mike Pompeo investigate Jamal Khashoggi’s death
Trump faces ongoing pressure from Congress to do more about Jamal Khashoggi's killing. Now GOP senators are eyeing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
China is detaining people for posting on Twitter in an escalation of its mission to silence internet users
While Twitter is officially not available in China, a small percentage of Chinese internet users access it using special software.