Category: Human Rights

Jeremy Corbyn Pledges a “Cultural Renaissance” for Arts

Jeremy Corbyn has established a charter to support the arts, promising £1bn of new investment in a renewed Cultural Strategy. The pop star Lily Allen, Emeli

Kashmir Opens for Tourists After Two Months Ban

Tourists are being allowed into Jammu and Kashmir from Thursday, two months after the government ban. On Monday, governor Satya Pal Malik announced this foll

Iranian Women Allowed at Football Stadium in Decades for The First Time

Iranian ladies fans are allowed to enter a football stadium Thursday without precedent for decades after FIFA threatened to suspend the Islamic republic over its dubio

Bangladesh participates in Global Climate Strike

> Dipto Paul As part of the largest environmental demonstration happening all over the world, on Friday morning Bangladesh participated in the Glo

Bangladesh: Accused Rohingya Refugees Shot Dead by Police during Gunfight

Two Rohingyas, accused in a case filed over the murder of a Jubo League leader, were killed in a “gunfight” with police in Cox’s Bazar’s Teknaf Upazila. The Rohingyas

Kashmir carrying out a silent Eid Al Adha

By Shayan Shakir The major Islamic festival of Eid Al Adha is being carried out in Indian administered Kashmir in a muted manner. All large co

India: Navy Rescues People Stranded on Train in Floods

Hundreds in India evacuated from train stuck in monsoon floodwaters. The Mahalaxmi Express left Mumbai late Friday for Kolhapur but got only 60km before it became stranded aft

“Gay Footballer” Removes Twitter Account After Changing Decision to Come Out

An anonymous guy who claimed to be a championship footballer announced on the social media to come out as gay has deleted his twitter account after changing the decisi

USA: Immigration Raids Started in Different Cities

On Friday President Trump confirmed reports that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement plans to conduct nationwide sweeps from Sunday to arrest thousands of undocumented im

New Zealand: First Round of Gun Return Begins

New Zealand has started the first of more than 250 gun buyback collections for banned military-style semi-automatic weapons in the wake of the Christchurch mosque massacres. P