Fleeing Venezuela's disaster only to get caught up in Colombia's conflict; a terrible court ruling against freedom of expression in Ukraine; problematic security provisions in Australia; Britain's "two child limit" policy; and searching for answers on a death in custody in Tunisia.
A court in Kyiv ruled in favor of a Ukrainian far-right nationalist group, C14, in its defamation suit against the Internet TV Station Hromadske.TV, after the outlet published a tweet referring to C14 as a “neo-Nazi” group. The August 6 decision caused outrage among Ukraine’s human rights activists and journalists – and rightly so.
Problematic Australian national security provisions and sweeping law enforcement powers threaten free speech.
Tunisia has not released an autopsy report on the death of a man in police custody though two months have passed.