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FDA Makes It Easier For Gay, Bisexual Men To Donate Blood [Video]

FDA Makes It Easier For Gay, Bisexual Men To Donate Blood

The outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 has presented an opportunity to revisit some health policies in the 1980s. UPI reports the US Food and Drug Administration on Thursday lessened..

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Lawsuit Filed To Release Prisoners At Risk For COVID-19 [Video]

Lawsuit Filed To Release Prisoners At Risk For COVID-19

CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports on a lawsuit filed by civil rights activists charges that after the COVID-19 death of on inmate, others who are at risk should be freed.

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Malawi protests: 3 rights activists arrested in gov't clampdown [Video]

Malawi protests: 3 rights activists arrested in gov't clampdown

Demonstrators say last year's elections invalid; put pressure on President Mutharika to sign election reform bill.

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Women's rights activists attacked, arrested on International Women's Day [Video]

Women's rights activists attacked, arrested on International Women's Day

A march in Kyrgyzstan's capital Bishkek on International Women's Day is attacked by masked men, before dozens of women were then arrested by police. David Doyle reports.

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Women's rights activists attacked, arrested on International Women's Day [Video]

Women's rights activists attacked, arrested on International Women's Day

A march in Kyrgyzstan's capital Bishkek on International Women's Day is attacked by masked men, before dozens of women were then arrested by police. David Doyle reports.

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Colombia abortion ruling: Top court declines to legalise abortion [Video]

Colombia abortion ruling: Top court declines to legalise abortion

Colombian court shuts down landmark abortion case, but renews debate on legalisation, women's rights activists say.

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BLOODY SUNDAY MARCH [Video]

BLOODY SUNDAY MARCH

BLOODY SUNDAY MARCH

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Klobuchar rally canceled after protesters storm stage [Video]

Klobuchar rally canceled after protesters storm stage

Protesters took over the stage at a Minnesota campaign rally for U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar on Sunday, forcing organizers to cancel the event. Zachary Goelman reports.

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Alabama Animal Abuse Bill Draws Criticism from Animal Rights Groups [Video]

Alabama Animal Abuse Bill Draws Criticism from Animal Rights Groups

An animal abuse bill moving through the Alabama House is drawing criticism from animal rights groups.

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Protest at Quality Pig Processors [Video]

Protest at Quality Pig Processors

An animal rights welfare group held a demonstration outside of the Austin business.

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Joaquin Phoenix Rescues Calf And Mother Cow From Slaughterhouse [Video]

Joaquin Phoenix Rescues Calf And Mother Cow From Slaughterhouse

Joaquin Phoenix accompanied an LA-based animal rescue to a local slaughterhouse and rescued a calf and its mother. The group, Los Angeles Animal Save, is a nonprofit that holds peaceful vigils at local..

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Breaking Down Racial Barriers In The Classroom [Video]

Breaking Down Racial Barriers In The Classroom

Breaking Down Racial Barriers In The Classroom

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Argentina abortion rights activists renew push for legalisation [Video]

Argentina abortion rights activists renew push for legalisation

Abortion rights activists say momentum is greater as newly elected president throws his support behind legalisation.

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Jessica Simpson Book Event Disrupted by Protesters [Video]

Jessica Simpson Book Event Disrupted by Protesters

Jessica Simpson Book Event Disrupted by Protesters Simpson's 'Open Book' tour was interrupted by animal rights protesters twice on Monday evening. She was speaking with Katherine Schwarzenegger in..

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Rally held in solidarity with human rights activists [Video]

Rally held in solidarity with human rights activists

A rally was held today in solidarity with human rights activists who were previously arrested during a protest in Boca Raton.

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The call for collective action

A gathering in Colombo of feminists from S. Asia called for solidarity among rights activists
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Politicians, women's rights activists react to hanging of Nirbhaya gangrape-murder convicts

The four death-row convicts in the Nirbhaya gang-rape and murder case were hanged to death at 5:30 am on Friday.
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‘Denial of bail to Navlakha, Teltumbde alarming’

Case based on thin evidence, say human rights activists
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Bhima-Koregaon: SC rejects anticipatory bail pleas of Navlakha, Teltumbde, get 3 weeks to surrender

The Supreme Court Monday rejected the anticipatory bail pleas of civil rights activists Gautam Navlakha and Anand Teltumbde in connection with the Bhima Koregaon violence case.
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Women In Global Governance: Never Ending Fight For Equality? – Analysis

Despite the numerous accomplishments of women in the global arena there still exists a void in global governance; this demands to be filled by greater ‘gender analysis’ and ‘gender..
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Coronavirus: Six SC benches to hear only 12 urgent cases each on March 16, instructions issued for staff

Among the important matters listed for hearing are anticipatory bail pleas of civil rights activists Gautam Navlakha and Anand Teltumbde, accused in the 2018 Bhima Koregaon case, and a petition by a..
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The Trump administration is being sued for trying to remove queer people from human rights laws

Human rights activists are suing the US state department over steps the Trump administration has taken to remove queer people from human rights laws. On July 7, 2019, US secretary of state Mike Pompeo..
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Malawi: Anti-Govt Activists Granted Bail

[Nyasa Times] Lilongwe Magistrate Court has grated bail three prominent human rights activists who were detained this week for planning to hold protests aimed at shutting down presidential residences.
allAfrica.com - Published

Chicago's horse-drawn carriages may clip clop into history

CHICAGO (AP) — A ride in a horse-drawn carriage in downtown Chicago may turn into nothing but a memory after a City Council committee voted in favor banning them at the start of next year. The..
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China charges Xi critic with 'subversion', say activists

Beijing (AFP) March 9, 2020 An outspoken Chinese rights activist who called for President Xi Jinping to step down over the coronavirus outbreak has been charged with "inciting state subversion",..
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Malawi protests: 3 rights activists arrested in gov't clampdown

Demonstrators say last year's elections invalid; put pressure on President Mutharika to sign election reform bill.
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In Pakistan, criticism grows dangerous as dissent stifled

ISLAMABAD (AP) — Being a dissident — or even raising a critical voice — in Pakistan is growing more dangerous, regardless of whether the target is political parties, the judiciary or the powerful..
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Malawi: HRDC Vows to Go Ahead to Seal State House Despite Arrests

[Nyasa Times] Officials from the Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) say they are not intimidated by the arrests of two of their leaders, saying the rights activists will go ahead to shut down..
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The Israeli spyware firm accused of hacking WhatsApp is now claiming Facebook disregarded international law as the legal battle between the 2 companies heats up

the israeli spyware firm accused of hacking whatsapp is now claiming facebook disregarded international law as the legal battle between the 2 companies heats up
· The legal battle between Facebook and the Israeli spyware firm NSO Group is heating up, with the company accusing Facebook of lying to the court in a new filing. · Facebook is suing NSO Group for..
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Tanzania: World Bank Loan On Ice As Tanzania Continues Expelling Pregnant Girls From School

[Daily Maverick] The World Bank is likely to decide soon on whether to proceed with a disputed loan to Tanzania, with human rights activists objecting because of the government's refusal to allow..
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The EU’s Values Based Foreign Policy: The Case Of Cambodia – OpEd

By Antti Tulonen In February, the EU partially withdrew the tariff preferences for Cambodia under its ‘Everything but Arms’ (EBA) trading scheme due to systematic human rights violations. The..
Eurasia Review - Published

International Women's Day: Rights activists attacked and detained

Police in Kyrgyzstan’s capital have detained dozens of women protesters at a rally to mark International Women’s Day after masked men attacked them and tore up their placards.
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Women's rights activists attacked then detained in Kyrgyzstan

Police in Kyrgyzstan detained dozens of women's rights activists on Sunday shortly after journalists witnessed the protesters being attacked by masked men.
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Do not forget the jailed Saudi women's rights activists

Saudi Arabia has paid lip service to women's rights while imprisoning the very women who have campaigned for them.
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Iditarod looks for relevance as race across Alaska starts

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — When 57 mushers line up Sunday for the official start of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, it will be the second-smallest field in the past two decades. Only last year’s..
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Only Connect: The Survival And Spread Of Organized Crime And Latin America – Analysis

By Ivan Briscoe and David Keseberg* Legend has it that Pope John Paul II, during his visit to Guatemala at the height of that country’s civil war in 1983, handed down a highly undiplomatic refrain..
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Pakistani Islamists accused of defacing pro-woman mural

ISLAMABAD (AP) — Dozens of seminary students linked to a radical pro-Taliban cleric defaced a mural depicting two women painted by rights activists to commemorate International Women’s Day in the..
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McConnell Condemns Schumer's Comments Targeting Supreme Court Justices

Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., acknowledged he should not have used the words he did about Justices Gorsuch and Kavanaugh when he addressed abortion-rights activists at the high court on Wednesday.
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Super Tuesday: Who are the animal rights activists who interrupted Joe Biden's speech?

'I'm here to ask you to stop propping up the dairy industry,' protester says
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Crimean court jails Jehovah's Witness for religious extremism

crimean court jails jehovah's witness for religious extremism
Moscow - A court in Russian-controlled Crimea jailed a Jehovah's Witness for six years on Thursday after finding him guilty of organising the activities of a banned extremist organisation, part of a..
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No major Dem candidates yet seek Secret Service protection

WASHINGTON (AP) — Topless demonstrators crashed a Bernie Sanders rally in Nevada two weeks ago. On Tuesday, two animal rights activists rushed the stage where Joe Biden was giving a victory speech..
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Oxford University professor condemns 'no-platforming'

Prof Selina Todd says she was dropped from a festival after pressure from trans rights activists.
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Here's why Elizabeth Banks and Busy Philipps are rallying in front of the Supreme Court

The steps of the Supreme Court are a popular place to be when abortion rights are at stake.  On Wednesday morning, actresses Elizabeth Banks and Busy Philipps showed up there to headline a rally..
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India restores full internet access in Kashmir for 2 weeks

SRINAGAR, India (AP) — Indian authorities on Wednesday temporarily revoked a ban on social media sites and restored full internet access in disputed Kashmir for two weeks, seven months after they..
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