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Human Rights Watch reveals abuse by police to marginalised people in Athens

The latest report from the Human Rights Watch in Athens concerning the abuse of marginalised people from the police is deeply shocking. HRW, after a series of interviews with drug users, sex workers, immigrants and homeless people between May and September 2014, has revealed cases of discrimination, abuse and torture in the streets of the Greek capital. 891 more words


Australia Is Trying to Get Refugees to Resettle in Cambodia and Unsurprisingly They Refuse to Go

Some 750 asylum seekers living in Australian government detention on the tiny Pacific island nation of Nauru face an impossible choice. They can stay on Nauru in squalid conditions. 1,660 more words

Philippines: Why it's deadly for journalists

By Naomi Ng

This article was published on CNN.com on 5th May, 2015

To mark World Press Freedom Day, UNESCO has released explosive new data… 989 more words


Parents of US citizens often deported, report says

Aurora Olivares, now staying at a shelter in Nogales, Sonora, talks about her three daughters waiting for her in Utah. Photo by Kelly Presnell/Arizona Daily Star. 213 more words


Saudi-led coalition used US-supplied cluster munitions in Yemen

Sunday, a rights group said the Saudi-led coalition that is carrying out airstrikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen has dropped cluster munitions made in and supplied by the U.S. 252 more words

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Actions and Adjectives: Cluster Bombs

Summary: When it comes to reporting on the death of civilians, it is interesting to review how and when some media outlets choose to simply report facts, rather than delve into critical reporting. 1,249 more words