by Beenish Ahmed Apr 20, 2016
Incidents of alleged police brutality have spurred protests across Egypt are reaching a fever pitch.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 13, 2016
Clinton told the NY Daily News that the Honduran government "followed the law" in ousting its president and said, "I think in retrospect we managed a very difficult situation without bloodshed."
by Justin Salhani Mar 26, 2016
Criticisms leveled at the Saudi state, rulers, or policies are regularly met with excessive repression.
by Beenish Ahmed Mar 21, 2016 Updated: Mar 21, 2016
"[Obama] needs to know that we are here being repressed simply for exercising our right to express ourselves and manifest in a non-violent way," said Berta Soler of Ladies in White, a Cuban rights' group.
by Beenish Ahmed Mar 16, 2016
Otto Warmbier, an economics student at the University of Virginia, was found guilty of “severe crimes” against the so-called Democratic People’s Republic of Korea for trying to steal a poster.
by Beenish Ahmed Mar 7, 2016
Women often avoid going to the police with their issues or seeking legal redress for their grievances because of a fear of the social stigma that’s stacked against women in Afghanistan, Hosai Bayani explained. And so they come to her.
by Beenish Ahmed Mar 3, 2016
It’s not easy being an LGBT person in Indonesia, and it’s only gotten harder in recent weeks.
by Beenish Ahmed Feb 29, 2016
A Pakistani documentary filmmaker is on a quest to stop "honor killings" in her country.
by Alex Zielinski Feb 5, 2016
Countries' advice to women to delay pregnancies "ignores the reality" that they don't have control over when they become pregnant.
by Beenish Ahmed Jan 25, 2016
Recipients will be subjected to virginity tests in order to keep their scholarship.