Human Rights News
Zimbabwe's incoming leader Mnangagwa returns home to cheers
Zimbabwe's incoming leader Mnangagwa announces a 'new and unfolding democracy,' to cheers
Swastikas, racial slurs painted on Virginia bridge
A Virginia sheriff's office is investigating after graffiti that included swastikas and racial slurs was found on a bridge
MLK symposium scheduled in Memphis on death anniversary
The National Civil Rights Museum and the University of Memphis are planning a two-day symposium about civil rights and economic equity on the 50th anniversary of the killing of Martin Luther King Jr.
The Latest: Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa kept contact with military
The Latest: Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa stayed in contact with military during political turmoil
The Latest: Kosovo welcomes verdict for Serb military leader
Kosovo has welcomed the conviction of Serbian military chief Ratko Mladic on charges of genocide and other crimes by a United Nations court
French fair shuts stand after Amnesty finds 'torture tool'
A military and police trade fair outside Paris shut down a contentious stand Wednesday after human rights group Amnesty International said its staff has found torture equipment for sale in violation of European Union laws
Years into journey, transgender teen still finding himself
Theo's journey: Transgender teen is still finding himself, years after he first starting grappling with gender dysphoria
US declares 'ethnic cleansing' against Rohingya in Myanmar
The United States is declaring the ongoing violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar to be "ethnic cleansing."
Italy's Berlusconi hopes European court allows comeback
Lawyers for Silvio Berlusconi and the Italian government sparred Wednesday in Europe's human rights court in an unusual, high-profile case that could aid the 81-year-old tycoon's attempted political comeback