China’s ministry of education has banned the use of apps by students from elementary school to university that don’t fit in with government guidelines, or that “violate educational rules,” official media reported.
A Paris-based press freedom group on Thursday called on the international community to step up pressure on the ruling Chinese Communist Party to release two detained editors of prominent human rights websites.
The dubious arrest on November 16, 2018 of 13 prominent figures from academia and a nongovernmental group deepens Turkey’s repressive climate and cycle of injustice,
Mexico faces “considerable challenges” in guaranteeing people’s human rights, its ambassador in Geneva told UN Member States on Wednesday,
Given the present state of human rights in Turkey, the German government has come in for criticism over the elaborate plans for President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan of Turkey’s upcoming visit on September 28 and 29,
A Myanmar court’s conviction of two Reuters journalists on politically motivated charges heralds a return to the media repression seen during military rule,