A slave market in the 21st century?

A slave market in the 21st century?

Authorities have already started looking for those responsible

Catalonia: Latin Americans face uncertainty

Catalonia: Latin Americans face uncertainty

After the independence, Latino immigrants struggle to find work

Excessive violence in Mynamar: when will it stop?

Excessive violence in Mynamar: when will it stop?

UN officials have described the situation in the Asian country as “textbook ethnic cleansing” against Rohingya Muslims

#MeToo

#MeToo: Will the stalker cease to be a passive role?

Women in Latin America and other parts of the world have been denouncing millions of cases of sexual abuse or harassment

Red Cross Afganistan

Red Cross: "Exposure to risk has become our greatest challenge"

For security reasons, the ICRC and other NGOs are reducing their numbers in Afghanistan

Sustainable Development Goals: hope for the world?

Sustainable development goals: hope for the world?

It has been two years since UN members agreed to 17 SDG's: what are these goals?

The uncertain future of Rohingya Muslims

The uncertain future of Rohingya Muslims

Should the international community intervene?

Australia to vote on same-sex marriage

Australia to vote on same-sex marriage

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull welcomed the ruling and urged all Australians to take part in the survey

refugees

EU countries must accept their share of migrants

Highest court rejects requests by Hungary and Slovakia to avoid taking refugees

Rohingya Muslims

The Indian government threatens to deport all Rohingya Muslims

The administration of the current Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi has announced a plan to deport all members of the historically persecuted community

Burkina Faso

Peace Corps evacuates Burkina Faso's volunteers

More than 2,075 Peace Corps volunteers have served in Burkina Faso since the program was established in 1966

Hong Kong: crowds rally after pro-democracy activists jailed

Hong Kong: crowds rally after pro-democracy activists jailed

Protesters claimed “It’s not a crime to fight against totalitarianism”

Myanmar deploys more troops to restive Rohingya area

Myanmar deploys more troops to Rohingya

The Rohingya are widely reviled as illegal migrants from Bangladesh, despite having lived in the area for generations

Frustration over a war and its crimes

Frustration over a war and its crimes

Prosecutor quits Syria’s inquiry over UN inaction

Do migrant smugglers have a new trend?

Do migrant smugglers have a new trend?

Migrants are being forced off boats by smugglers in the Yemen coast

President of the Philippines: “Human rights, don't go there”

President of the Philippines: “Human rights, don't go there”

Late last year, Rodrigo Duterte declared Islamic State militants could “forget human rights” if they sought to fight in the Philippines

Genocide threats in the Central African Republic

Genocide threats in the Central African Republic

Violence has taken its toll on peacekeepers and humanitarian aid workers

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