Saudi Teenager Pledges to Campaign for Women's Rights: Daily Brief

Plus: Young Bahrain whistleblower jailed in Thailand still at risk of forced return; ICC acquits former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo; call for a national shutdown in Zimbabwe; hope for justice for murdered Rwandan dissident; Polish citizens mourn slain mayor; Thai junta delays elections again; Human Rights Council should put members under scrutiny; Human Rights Watch to release World Report 2019.

Violence Against Protesters in Sudan Continues: Daily Brief

Plus: increased pressure on Crimean human rights lawyers; mayor of Polish city critically ill after stabbing; prosecution of LGBT community in Chechnya; national strike begins in Zimbabwe; Saudi's Rahaf al-Qunun reaches safety in Canada; Bahrain rejects UN call to free activist; and Afghanistan's new defense minister should be investigated for war crimes.

Myanmar Court Keeps Reuters Journalists Imprisoned: Daily Brief

Plus: Human Rights Watch files suit over immigration FOIA request in the US; school attack in Syria was unlawful; Thailand should release Hakeem al-Araibi; Malaysia proposes a new law to further protect the monarchy; violence skyrocketing in Colombian municipality of Tumaco; unjustly jailed blogger faces new charges in Azerbaijan; and Guantánamo prison is still a threat to human rights.

Older People in England Left Without Support: Daily Brief

Improper social care assessments putting older people in England at risk; fraud allegations as DR Congo announces presidential elections winner; Syrian refugee girl dies in Lebanon's harsh winter; China spies on international media in Hong Kong; Sudan protests; insurgent attacks on hospital and school in Thailand are a war crime; Egypt's President Sissi sweats over TV interview; and why Trump's wall with Mexico won't fix a manufactured 'crisis'.... 

Sudan Killing Protesters: Daily Brief

Sudan's security forces killing protesters; a disturbing attempt to stifle media freedom in Nigeria; children tortured in Iraq; what to expect from the new US Congress; laughable misinformation from Egypt's president; and China is not fooling anyone about its mass oppression of Muslims...

Good News for Kids in 2018: Daily Brief

Plus: US Defense Secretary resigns; ICC condemns pre-election violence in DR Congo; living with a disability in the migrant caravan; Vietnam's Big Brother law; déjà vu on the Greek-Turkey border; zero tolerance for scrutiny in Nicaragua; Ireland approves abortion law; and China denies legal representation to a Canadian being held under vague charges.

US Deporting Iraqis: Daily Brief

The US is coercing Iraqis into being returned to possible harm in Iraq; mother of sick Yemeni toddler finally allowed into US to hold her dying son; UAE's cruel prolonged imprisonment of Jordanian journalist; police killings in Brazil's Rio de Janeiro state hit record high; Hungary protests; Blackwater security guard convicted of first-degree murder for Iraqi civilian killing; Myanmar should ditch its toothless international commission of inquiry into Rohingya crimes; attempted suicide of child bride in Lebanon; and Iran should investigate death of hunger strike activist. 

Women Attacked in South Sudan: Daily Brief

Plus: Will Tanzania reverse harmful policies?; UK stance on Saudi Arabia rights issues; militias kill civilians in Mali; Maldives should prioritize rights; tribute to disability rights champion; and a win for girls' rights in Tanzania.

Violent Pushbacks from Greece: Daily Brief

Beaten and expelled from Greece; protesters demanding democracy in Hungary; child's death in US border patrol custody sparks fury; efforts to reduce prescription opioids are inadvertently harming chronic pain patients in the US; unlawful pushbacks from Croatia; threat to expand use of mandatory pretrial detention in Mexico; major call for Bahrain to release rights defender, Nabeel Rajab; how toxic is Twitter for women?; and how can a government stand alone