Asia

Indicts Former Prime Minister on Royal Insult Charges

Thailand's former Prime Minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, is set to appear in court on June 18th to answer charges of insulting the royal...

President Xi Jinping's Call for Unity: China Strengthens...

Chinese President Xi Jinping addressed Arab leaders at Beijing forum, emphasizing Gaza conflict, two-state solution, and collaboration...

A Mirror to the West: China's Scathing Report on Human...

China's State Council's report on human rights violations in the US in 2023 highlights polarisation, gun violence, erosion of civil...

The Severe Consequences of Conflict: 7.8 Million Children...

The ongoing conflict in Myanmar is causing significant disruptions to children's access to education, affecting their development...

United Nations Security Council resolution strongly condemns...

The UN Security Council has condemned attacks on humanitarian and UN personnel in conflict zones, including Myanmar, and called for...

Violent Attack on Christian Shoe Factory Owner in Sargodha...

Christian shoe factory owner Nazir Masih and family attacked in Mujahid Colony, Pakistan, following false accusations of desecrating...

Sri Lankan Civil Society Voice Concern for the 2024 Sri...

The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce held a climate summit on May 7-9, but civil society members criticized it for being non-inclusive,...

Asylum Seekers in Hong Kong: Trapped in a Cycle of Desperation...

Two asylum seekers in Hong Kong were arrested for drug trafficking, highlighting the challenges faced by vulnerable migrants. Hong...

Tensions Surge as China Conducts Large-Scale Military Drills...

This article examines China's military activity in Taiwan, its legal implications, and the importance of diplomatic engagement in...

Women took part for a first time in a former male-centric...

Japan's gender inequality persists, with women participating in traditional festivals and low representation in politics and management...

China Continues to Force Tibetans to Relocate

In the new Human Rights Watch report, accounts of relocations of Tibetans were examined. It shows how 930,000 Tibetans were forcefully...

South Korea’s low birth rate is considered a national emergency...

South Korea's President Yoon plans to create a Ministry of Low Birth Rate Counter-Planning to tackle declining fertility rates, addressing...

China returns 60 Asylum Seekers to North Korea

China's forced return of 60 asylum seekers to North Korea raises global alarms about human rights violations.

Nepal's Environment at Risk from New Development Projects

Nepal's rapid development projects pose a threat to the river ecosystem and livelihood, highlighting the need for prioritizing citizens'...

Nepali migrant labourers in Qatar are paying a high price:...

Qatar's emir visited Nepal, urging Human Rights Watch to address labor conditions and worker rights issues faced by 400,000 Nepali...

Tensions Escalate in PoK with Protests and Violent Clashes

Protests in Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir escalate due to inflation and power cuts, resulting in injuries and a university student's death....

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