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African migrants seeking Europe sold as 'slaves' for $200


© AFP/File / by Nina LARSON | Thousands of migrants have died while trying to reach Europe

GENEVA (AFP) – African migrants trying to reach Europe are being sold into slavery in Libya, including for sex, for as little as $200, international monitors said Tuesday, citing testimony from victims.Having paid human traffickers in the hope of finding a better life many instead were held hostage and their families extorted for ransom. 449 more words

At Least 26 Killed in Congo Protests, Rights Group Says (GOOD!!!!)

KINSHASA, Congo — Security forces in Congo killed at least 26 demonstrators Tuesday and arrested scores more amid protests against President Joseph Kabila‘s hold on power, a rights group said. 528 more words

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Egypt cracks down on human rights groups

In a move human rights analysts say is yet another step towards repression by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, the Egyptian parliament has passed a law that allows the government to regulate non-governmental organizations within the country. 716 more words

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Egypt: Government Vows To Review Hated Protest Law Responsible for Jailing Many


CAIRO (AFP) – Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has said the government will look into revising a protest law under which hundreds of activists have been jailed. 190 more words

Paano kaya kung ang Pilipinas ay Pamunuan ng mga Obispo at Human Rights Groups?



Ni Apolinario Villalobos

Ang mga naunang tumira sa mga isla ng Pilipinas ay galing sa iba’t ibang rehiyon ng Asya noong unang panahon kaya hanggang ngayon ay maraming mga dialect ang ginagamit ng mga Pilipino. 494 more words

Kill drug lords, Philippines' top cop tells addicts


Philippines — An activist holds a banner during a protest condemning extra-judicial killings related to President Rodrigo Duterte’s campaign against drugs, in Manila on August 24, 2016. 707 more words

Forming An Opinion on Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte

In the past few weeks, many people have asked my opinion on the new Philippine President, Rodrigo Duterte. At first, I was embarrassed to tell them that I didn’t know much about Duterte. 1,510 more words