• 2019-04-26

    Plus: Detained migrants at risk in Tripoli clashes; surge in arrests for critical speech in Myanmar; the African Union should uphold rights body's independence; sexual harassment case against India's Supreme Court chief justice; Texas blocks law … Read more

  • 2019-04-25

    Survivors of Mozambique's devastating cyclone are being sexually exploited in return for aid; fears that religious hatred will be stirred again after Sri Lanka bombings; UN chief's disappointing silence on human rights; "grave injustice" against … Read more

  • 2019-04-18

    Plus: Sudan should transfer Al-Bashir and other Sudanese fugitives to the International Criminal Court; Myanmar satire should not be a crime; if Brunei's stoning law is enforced, sanction the sultan; Georgia must protect fleeing Saudi sisters;… Read more

  • 2019-04-16

    South Africa's mining communities warn"lives are in danger"; Julian Assange's rape accuser should get chance for justice; fresh fighting in Libya; South Korea's abortion reform; European Lesbian Conference goes ahead despite protests; horrific… Read more

  • 2019-04-15

    International Criminal Court judges reject Afghanistan investigation; rise in xenophobic violence in South-Africa before elections; jail sentence against comedian harms freedom of expression in Brazil; #FreeWaleed / #StandWithSaudiHeroes; kids… Read more

  • 2019-04-14

    Trending rights tweets this week:

  • 2019-04-12

    Plus: Omar al-Bashir should be surrendered to the International Criminal Court; Assange's possible extradition threatens journalism; UK and France should join German Saudi arms embargo; jailed journalist stuck in abusive solitary confinement in… Read more

  • 2019-04-11

    Reports that Sudan's Omar al-Bashir has been ousted from power; why South Sudan's leaders should press for peace; another manifesto promise bites the dust in Malaysia; how many civilians does US military kill in airstrikes around the world?; anti… Read more

  • 2019-04-09

    Plus: Blow to political freedom in Hong Kong; China’s human rights record under scrutiny at EU-China summit; residents and refugees fear for their lives in Libya; Egypt tries to get Washington's green light for more repression; ending… Read more

  • 2019-04-08

    Trump's Homeland Security Secretary resigns; Egypt's autocrat visits White House; civilians suffer most as rival armed forces clash in Libya; the rise of the killer robots – and the 2 women fighting back; call to prevent a cover-up in Khashoggi… Read more

  • 2019-04-05

    Plus: US revokes visa to the International Criminal Court's prosecutor; Cambodian authorities should release opposition leader; EU leaders should press Chinese counterparts on the deteriorating human rights situation; Tunisia's Truth Commission… Read more

  • 2019-04-07

    Trending rights tweets this week: