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Transit Budapest
Iryna Vyrtosu: Transit Budapest
The camp resembles a large busy hive. However, I don’t feel hopelessness despite the dirt, autumn drizzling rain and hardships.
Austrian treatment of refugees 'scandalous:' Amnesty
Austrian treatment of refugees 'scandalous:' Amnesty
Children who had fled alone from countries like Afghanistan and Syria have been offered no psychological care, women have had to use mixed showers, and a baby with a concussion was left next to a bus on a parking lot
Ukraine saves Transnistrian journalist from prison
Ukraine saves Transnistrian journalist from prison
Journalist Sergey Ilchenko, harassed by the Transnistrian security forces, was released after four months in prison. He does not plan to stop criticizing the government of Transnistria and would like to stay and live in Ukraine
Emin Huseynov is free and safe
Emin Huseynov is free and safe
Early Saturday morning, the Azerbaijani human rights defender Emin Huseynov, after spending over 10 months at the Swiss Embassy in Baku, where he was hosted for humanitarian reasons
UN Considers Online Anonymity a Basic Human Right
UN Considers Online Anonymity a Basic Human Right
The ability to use the Internet anonymously and encrypt your data and communications are necessary and should be a protected human right, states a report by the UN Human Rights Council, which was presented on May 28. This was reported on by the Kharkiv Human Rights...
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