Human Rights

 
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Prisoner release puts Iran’s human rights abuses, persecution in spotlight

By Julia A. Seymour
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Iran | Although Iran freed Pastor Saeed Abedini and three other Americans in a recent prisoner swap, Christians and religious minorities in the Islamic republic…

China detains foreigners in crackdown on human-rights advocates

By June Cheng
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China | China’s crackdown on human-rights lawyers and book publishers recently expanded to include Swedish and British citizens, a concerning move as China…

Dire strait

By June Cheng
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China | Dissidents from China can find physical safety in Taiwan but often little else

Protesters confront Chinese president in U.S.

By J.C. Derrick
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China | Activists blame President Xi Jinping for rampant religious persecution

The Iran deal: A moral failure

By Nate Madden
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Iran | Now that diplomats from around the world have reached a deal regarding Iran’s continuation of its nuclear enrichment efforts, many will lament the missed…

UN passes pro-family resolution without U.S. support

By Kiley Crossland
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United Nations | The United Nations Human Rights Council passed a resolution in support of the traditional family in early July. The vote—29 in support and 14 against, with…

China detains 50 human rights lawyers

By June Cheng
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China | The Chinese government summoned or detained about 50 human rights lawyers across the country Friday and Saturday, the largest of crackdown of its kind in the…

New York judge considers giving chimps human rights

By Sarah Wedel
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Human Rights | Two chimpanzees are trying to escape the Concrete Jungle. The Nonhuman Rights Project filed a lawsuit on behalf of the two chimpanzees being kept  for…

Pastor’s family wins $330M case against North Korea

By Sophia Lee
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Human Rights | U.S. court orders Pyongyang to pay for abducting, torturing, and killing Kim Dong-shik

The hypocrisy of Indiana’s corporate critics

By Jamie Dean
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Religious Liberty | Apple, Eli Lilly, and others make billions in countries that oppress and abuse citizens, including homosexuals

Silent suffering

By Samen Feumba
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Lifestyle | Uncovering abuse at Muslim schools in Senegal

True lies

By Sophia Lee
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North Korea | North Korean escapee Shin Dong-hyuk has recanted important parts of his harrowing story, raising questions about what role trauma plays when it comes to…

 
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