The threats to press freedom and citizens’ right to know
‘Taiwanese court should take Vietnamese human rights situation into consideration’
The twin-island nation of Trinidad and Tobago lies outside the hurricane zone, but it faces natural disasters caused by heavy rainfall, widespread flooding, earthquakes and even the occasional volcano.
Decriminalisation? ‘Port of Spain will [answer] with a solid yes’
There is no planet B
The controversial patrols aim to curb sex tourism in Baku
Pakistan has one of the strictest anti-blasphemy laws
The agreement marks the first time that a British institution has apologised for the profits it made from slavery and attaches both money and resources to help make amends.
According to one study, Mozambique is the 11th country in the world with the highest rate of child marriages.
Kimura Eiko and Funago Yasuhiko, who both rely on motorized wheelchairs and caregiver support in order to carry out daily tasks, were elected to the upper house of Japan’s parliament.
“You deserve to be proud of yourself, you rare, riotous beauty. Go on, give yourself a huge, rafter-rattling cheer.”
China exports language and culture via Confucius Institutes in Africa
It’s Not Just Preident Jair Bolsonaro Who Defends Child Labor—Wealthy Brazilian Think It’s Fine Too
Not a vlog, no intrusive faces or talking, pure Japan.
Brazil’s existing racism legislation.
Women in Myanmar are sharing stories about experiences with sexual abuse and their struggle to combat gender discrimination.