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Tomorrow, Iraqis will be voting for the first time since their territory was liberated from the Islamic State's rule.
Saudi terrorism court sentenced two human rights defenders to 7 and 14 years in prison for creating a human rights group
Rajab is at risk because he has been denied adequate medical care and is being held with extremists to whom he is oppose
Liberians chose a successor to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the first woman to be elected a head of state in Africa.
Remedying cyber espionage requires legal and policy efforts across multiple jurisdictions and involving governments.
HRF condemns the abduction and detention of Patrice Nganang, a Cameroonian-American writer, poet, and professor.
The next few months will test the Zimbabwe new regime’s stated commitment to a return to democracy.
While Mr. Obiang enjoys his wealth, a majority of the 1.2 million people in Equatorial Guinea live on less than $2 a day
Singer Sherine Abdel Wahabin is being accused of "insulting the Egyptian state" after she told audience members at a concert in the United Arab Emirates that drinking from the Nile could lead to illness.
The purge resembles the approach of authoritarian regimes such as China. President Xi Jinping has used a similar anti-corruption theme to replace a generation of party and military leaders.