Relocate, Secure Homeless Migrants in Greece: Daily Brief

India represses critics; scrutiny required for justice in Belarus; mass graves in Syria; dozens of migrants drown off Libyan coast; donors should ensure Lebanon relief secures rights; and Facebook's slow response to evidence of political manipulation.

Nearly 13,000 men, women, and children were left homeless by fires inside Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. European governments should urgently relocate them.



India is increasingly bringing politically motivated cases against government critics.


International scrutiny is key to bringing justice for the abuses against Belarus protestors.



During a court hearing in Germany about Syria, a witness has revealed that countless bodies have been buried in mass graves near Damascus.


The International Organization for Migration reports that over 20 migrants have drowned when a Europe-bound boat capsized off the Libya coast.


International donors responding to the August 4 explosion in Beirut’s port should ensure that their emergency aid directly and immediately protects the rights of those affected.


And finally, an investigative report found that Facebook was reportedly slow to respond to reports about fake accounts undermining elections around the world.