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India top court rules privacy is a fundamental right

BREAKING: India's top court rules privacy is a fundamental right in a landmark verdict that could have far reaching consequences for the government's biometric identification programme. India top court rules privacy is a fundamental rightLandmark verdict could have far reaching consequences for government's biometric...

Black German MP sues racist Facebook users

"'A black monkey', 'traitor' and the 'N-word' are just some of the insults currently on the NPD's Facebook page under the post of my election campaign picture." Black German MP sues racist Facebook usersSocial Democrat MP for Halle says he will not allow racists...

Is the US punishing Egypt by cutting aid?

Is there a shift in US policy towards Egypt? Is the US punishing Egypt by cutting aid?Washington is withholding millions of dollars in aid to Cairo over concerns of human rights abuses.Click to view original posting on the Al Jazeera Facebook page.

Civilians in Raqqa under fire ‘from all sides’: Amnesty

Civilians in Syria's Raqqa are trapped in a "deadly labyrinth", Amnesty International warns. Civilians in Raqqa under fire 'from all sides': AmnestyRights group says civilians are at a greater risk as the battle to oust ISIL from its de facto capital intensifies.Click to...

Thousands of Rohingya flee Myanmar for Bangladesh

Thousands of Rohingya have crossed into Bangladesh since Myanmar announced a military build-up in violence-hit Rakhine state earlier this month, according to community leaders. Thousands of Rohingya flee Myanmar for BangladeshRohingya refugees arrive in overcrowded camps, fearing violence after the deployment of Myanmar troops...

UN issues rare warning over ‘alarming’ racism in US

UN human rights experts say the Trump administration should "unequivocally and unconditionally" condemn racism in the US. UN issues rare warning over 'alarming' racism in USAfter Trump's response to Charlottesville, UN says US leadership must 'unequivocally' condemn racist speech and crimes.Click to view original...

Deadly clashes grip Ain al-Hilweh refugee camp

"Essentially, what we are seeing here is a turf war." Deadly clashes grip Ain al-Hilweh refugee campFive die and dozens suffer injuries as fighting between rival groups continues in Lebanon's largest Palestinian camp.Click to view original posting on the Al Jazeera Facebook page....

Kabul: A city of hope and fear

In 2012, we spoke to people in Kabul about their hopes and fears for the future. Few could have predicted the situation today. Kabul: A city of hope and fearPeople in the streets of Kabul, Afghanistan's capital, talk about their hopes and fears for...

Venezuela’s dissident ex-prosecutor ‘received threats’

Venezuela's former chief prosecutor has resurfaced in Brazil, warning that her life remains in danger and claiming to possess "a lot" of proof of President Nicolas Maduro's corruption. http://aje.io/dzrdh Venezuela's dissident ex-prosecutor 'received threats'Luisa Ortega tells conference in Brazil she has evidence implicating...

Social media and the case for Marcellus Williams

Anti-death penalty campaigners in the United States on Tuesday hailed Missouri Governor Eric Greitens' decision to stay the execution of Marcellus Williams, a man convicted in 2001 for the murder of Lisha Gayle. Social media and the case for Marcellus WilliamsHow social media came...