Media Watch

'19Jan
29

Maduro rival says taking control of Venezuela's foreign assets

CARACAS, Venezuela (AFP) — Venezuela's self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido said yesterday he was taking control of the country's foreign assets as he piled pressure on leader Nicolas Maduro by calling for...
'19Jan
25

‘Mnangagwa promised change; nothing has changed’

Emmerson MnangagwaSince Emmerson Mnangagwa, 76, was installed as the new president, 18 people have been killed during protests, a dozen of them last week alone in demonstrations over the more than doubling of fuel...
'19Jan
23

28 arrested in police raid at ‘safe house’

ABOUT 28 victims of torture by State security agents were on Monday morning arrested from a safe house in Harare from where they were receiving treatment and are today expected to appear in court for public...
'19Jan
15

Detained Chinese lawyer wins human rights award

- + BEIJING: The French and German ambassadors to Beijing have granted a human rights award to a detained Chinese lawyer, with his wife picking up the prize on his behalf. Lawyer Yu Wensheng was...
'19Jan
15

Detained Chinese lawyer wins human rights award

- + BEIJING: The French and German ambassadors to Beijing have granted a human rights award to a detained Chinese lawyer, with his wife picking up the prize on his behalf. Lawyer Yu Wensheng was...
'19Jan
15

Zimbabweans join stay-at-home protest after deadly clashes over price hikes

Harare - Streets were mostly quiet on Tuesday in Zimbabwe's capital Harare and second city Bulawayo as banks, schools and businesses stayed shut, a day after deadly protests over economic hardship and a sharp...
'19Jan
13

Turkey's military reinforces on border with Syria's Idlib

Turkish troops and tanks carried out military exercises on the border with Syria on Saturday, state-run media reported, while a monitoring group said a Turkish convoy had crossed the frontier into northern Syria...
'19Jan
13

Fighting over gold in Chad leaves dozens dead: sources

Fighting between Chadian and Sudanese rebels at a remote goldmine in northern Chad has left dozens dead, local and rebel sources said Sunday.The fighting pitting Chadian rebels against a Sudanese group close to the...
'19Jan
12

Turkey's military reinforces on border with Syria's Idlib

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish troops and tanks carried out military exercises on the border with Syria on Saturday, state-run media reported, while a monitoring group said a Turkish convoy had crossed the frontier...
'19Jan
10

Indigenous People, the First Victims of Brazil’s New Far-Right Government

Civil Society, Democracy, Development & Aid, Editors' Choice, Featured, Headlines, Human Rights, Indigenous Rights, Latin America & the Caribbean, Population, Regional Categories Indigenous Rights By...

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