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4 Women Victims of Acid Attack in Isfahan, 1 Dead

Iranian citizens, especially women, are fearful to even walk the streets of Iran after a series of acid attacks have taken place in the city of Isfahan (Esfahan), a main tourist destination in Iran.   218 more words

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21 October 2014 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

ICC Judge orders release of members of Bemba Team and others

On Tuesday, October 21, the Judge of Pre-Trial Chamber II at the ICC ordered the release of several individuals connected to the Case of Prosecutor v. 275 more words

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J K Monday releases “THE WOMEN ENCYCLOPEDIA”

Comprehensive new book advocates action towards feminism, global equality

LONDON – Inspired by the courageous willpower of slave trade abolishment proponent William Wilberforce, first time author and human rights activist J K Monday pens an eye-opening disquisition of the current state of global human rights, with special focus on women. 317 more words

Boko Haram to Release Kidnapped Nigerian Schoolgirls

On Friday, Nigeria’s government announced it had reached a deal with Boko Haram to release the approximately 200 schoolgirls held captive by the Islamist terror group since April. 197 more words

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Indian Judicary use different yardsticks to measure same crime!

1. Grant urgent hearings

2. Scrammble special courts

3. Bail and Suspension of sentence

4. Ordinary people of some alledged crime in jails for years without trial… 21 more words

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13 October 2014 - NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

UN Report details ongoing human rights abuses by M23: In a report published 9 October 2014, the Joint Office of the UN for Human Rights in the DRC (JHRO) has founds that during a time when M23 had effective control of parts of North Kivu, serious violations of human rights and international humanitarian law – which could constitute international crimes as well as crimes under the Penal Code Congolese – were committed by the group. 220 more words

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