Busting LGBT myths in the Middle East; why Trump's peace plan for Israel and Palestine won't work; Australia's treatment of kids in police detention; Cameroon to try soldiers accused of executing civilians; why the global climate crisis could kill off human rights; what the media should ask this week in Bahrain; murder of an Ukrainian journalist; domestic violence in Russia; and US caging of migrant children....
A new joint project between HRW and the Arab Foundation for Freedoms and Equality examines the myths around what it means to be LGBT in the Arab world today.
Pinned down, stripped naked, and locked in a padded cell. This is the terrifying reality that reflects how some Indigenous children are treated when they are picked up by the police in Australia.
Cameroon's defence ministry has announced it will prosecute seven soldiers suspected of summarily executing two women and their two children, a crime which was captured on video.
A Ukrainian journalist was "almost certainly fatally beaten" because he reported on things some people do not want the public to know.
Some 18 months after Russia controversially decriminalized battery at home, a high-profile trial shows just how far there is to go to get justice for survivors of domestic violence.