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  • Who should stand up for human rights? – Inside Story

    Amnesty International says the world has become a darker place, with a rise in ‘divisive and dangerous’ politics.

    Who should stand up for human rights? – Inside Story
    Who should stand up for human rights? – Inside Story

    Amnesty International says the world has become a darker place, with a rise in ‘divisive and dangerous’ politics.

    24:55Feb 23, 2017

  • France accused of illegally deporting refugees

    Amnesty International says a rise in "divisive and dangerous" global politics threatens to push back human rights around the world. The rights group says France was one of the countries which illegally deported refugees.

    France accused of illegally deporting refugees
  • Mexico: Wrongly jailed indigenous women get historic public apology

    Mexico's attorney general has publicly apologised to three indigenous women wrongly jailed 11 years ago. A court ordered the unprecedented move, but not before the women spent three years in prison for a crime they did not commit.

    Mexico: Wrongly jailed indigenous women get historic public apology
  • Libya: 74 dead refugees wash ashore in Zawiya

    The bodies of 74 refugees trying to cross the Mediterranean to Europe have washed up on the coast of western Libya. Aid agencies believe smugglers may have abandoned them at sea.

    Libya: 74 dead refugees wash ashore in Zawiya
  • Cambodia rights activists investigated for violence

    Two human rights workers in Cambodia are being investigated for inciting violence during a rally last year. Rights organisations say it's another example of a deteriorating situation for people working to improve the lives of Cambodians.

    Cambodia rights activists investigated for violence
  • Hispanic Migrants: Back to Square One - Talk to Al Jazeera

    What is driving increasing numbers of migrant Salvadorans to risk their lives in hopes of a new start in the US?

    Hispanic Migrants: Back to Square One - Talk to Al Jazeera