Human Rights

When the dust settles, President Weah will deliver for Liberia

Liberia’s president George M. Weah leads a national cleanup campaign When citizens evaluate a president’s character, they tend to view…

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Operation ADWENPA III: Child Traffickers Caught in INTERPOL West Africa Operation

Nearly 40 people either being smuggled or trafficked for illicit labor were identified and rescued during an INTERPOL-coordinated operation to…

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Global ‘False’ Witness Targets Nicaragua

Global Witness is a well-established environmental and human rights non-governmental organization based in Great Britain. As with several other very…

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‘We slept out in the open air like wild animals’

Commercial farmers have a responsibility to identify the impact of their operations to avoid causing, contributing to, or being complicit…

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UN General Assembly elects 15 members-states into Human Rights Council

UNITED NATIONS, NEW YORK–– The UN General Assembly has elected fifteen countries into the United Nations Human Rights Council. Afghanistan,…

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Nigerian president Buhari denounces Biafran secessionists, corruption

IPOB leader Nnamdi-Kanu, in white, second from left WEST AFRICA – Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari over the weekend lashed out…

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Cameroon Accused of forcibly deporting Nigerian refugees in danger

Cameroon illegally deported 100,000 Nigerian refugees seen here WEST AFRICA – Several international relief and rights organizations have accused the…

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Libya deports over 100 W. African migrants to Burkina Faso

NORTH AFRICA – War torn Libya has deported about 100 immigrants from Burkina Faso and other West African states on…

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U.S. Begins Tough Actions on Africa, Sanctions S. Sudan’s officials

In 2016, South Sudan’s president, Salva Kiir, endorsed then Republican nominee for president, Donald J. Trump, Sr., over Democratic nominee…

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Togo cut off Mobile internet, fearing its utility during opposition protests

Security forces confront protesters in Togo’s capital, Lome West Africa – The Togo’s government sanctioned its citizens with access to…

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