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  1. Thailand Grand Palace Bangkok

    Three Thais accused of insulting king have disappeared: Rights groups

  2. FILE PHOTO: Venezuelan opposition lawmaker Gilber Caro speaks during an interview with Reuters in C

    UN urges Venezuela to clarify fate of detained opposition lawmaker

    The U.N. human rights office called on Venezuela's government of Nicolas Maduro on Friday to disclose the whereabouts of opposition lawmaker ...
  3. People hold signs and cardboard cutouts of the women incarcerated in Saudi Arabia

    Four more Saudi women activists freed pending trial

  4. Uighur's pray in Xinjiang in 2015. UN chief Antonio Guterres was under pressure from rights

    China defends Xinjiang crackdown after UN chief raises issue

    China Tuesday rejected "any interference" in its internal affairs after UN chief Antonio Guterres raised the plight of ethnic Uighurs in the ...
  5. Xinjiang protest

    UN chief tells China to uphold human rights in Xinjiang

  6. Police officers detain a protester holding a poster in support of late accountant Sergei Magnitsky

    Study says Russia holding 236 political prisoners

    Russia is holding 236 political prisoners, a significant increase over the past few years as President Vladimir Putin goes on the offensive ...
  7. Iran criticised US President Donald Trump for failing to condemn Saudi Arabia's mass execution

    Iran condemns Trump silence on Saudi mass execution

    Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Wednesday condemned the silence of US President Donald Trump's administration on Saudi Arabia's ...
  8. Indonesian Solidarity Party 3

    Commentary: In Indonesia, one party’s lonely battle for minority voices

    Indonesian Solidarity Party, or PSI, is bringing newfound hope to marginalised minorities in this election, says NTU RSIS' Jonathan Chen.