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Human Rights Watch is criticizing a Ugandan court's decision against gay activists who sued a Ugandan official for violating their rights.
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Armed separatist groups and pro-Kiev forces have abducted, then beaten and tortured activists, protesters and journalists in eastern Ukraine in the last three months, Amnesty International said in a report published on Friday.
Undated photos provided by the Nash family and a Boston hospital show chimpanzee attack victim Charla Nash before she was mauled and after, following a face transplant in 2011.
Some Canadian charitable organizations under recent audit for their political activities.
The Ethiopian authorities must halt their continuing onslaught on dissent, Amnesty International said today, after the arrest of four more opposition party members this week, who are believed to be at risk of torture or other ill-treatment.
The identities of some of those suspected of ordering or committing the atrocities that have been taking place in the Central African Republic have been made public today by Amnesty International, with a call for justice to be delivered to the people of the beleaguered nation.
A diagram showing the technology behind a controlled-release microchip that could deliver birth control from inside the body for as long as 16 years.
The Burns High School graduate decided a career in acting and modeling was more important to him than the three 520-calorie sandwiches he could eat in one day.
Human rights activists stage a protest on a sandy beach to call on EU leaders to do more to protect the rights and lives of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers arriving at Europe's borders, ahead of a European Union leaders summit in Brussels, March 20, Rights group Amnesty International claims Europe is cracking down on illegal immigration, ... (more)
A poll conducted by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard School of Public Health sheds some light on those questions and more.
Winnebago Industries Inc. announced the addition of a bright pink Minnie to its product lineup in support of breast cancer awareness.
Renzo Lombardi, a 3 year old kidney cancer survivor from Seaside, gets his wish Tuesday to operate heavy equipment at Graniterock's A.R. Wilson Quarry in Aromas.
A Connecticut woman blinded and disfigured by a chimpanzee attack will visit Washington this week to urge the passage of rules to make it harder to keep primates as pets.
In a story July 7 about the United Nations recognizing gay marriage for its staff members, The Associated Press, relying on information from the U.N., reported erroneously that the new policy affected only employees of the U.N. Secretariat.
Charla Nash is holding out her own story as proof of the danger posed by the animals.
Ugandan researcher Stephen Buah and Professor James Dale with bananas bred to be rich in vitamin A at Queensland University of Technology.
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