The Guatemalan palm oil industry, world’s six largest, faces resistance from Indigenous people demanding land rights.
Trial in absentia of four Egyptian officers halted as judge rules the defendants may not have been informed of charges.
Biden administration says US will ‘vigorously oppose’ the council’s ‘disproportionate attention’ on Israel.
Maha al-Mutairi has been sentenced to two years in prison for ‘imitating the opposite sex’ online.
New law banning abortions after six weeks of pregnancy fuels desperate scramble to find and provide abortion services.
Infantino became the first head of FIFA to visit Israel and suggest a joint Israel-Arab bid for the 2030 World Cup.
European Court of Human Rights rules that the Holy See enjoys sovereign immunity in landmark case.
A fortnight after their eviction, residents live cramped in shanties propped up with whatever is left of their homes.
Embera Indigenous rappers hope music will raise awareness of mass displacement, poor living conditions in the country.
Since age 15, Mehdi and Adnan have been held by a system that considers them illegal. Eight years later, they ask: Why?
Jose Luis Martin Gascon headed the Commission on Human Rights, a constitutional body that probes rights abuses.
Al Jazeera speaks to Maria Ressa, investigative journalist and co-recipient of the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize.
Kavala’s charges related to Gezi Park protests, 2016 coup attempt could jeopardise Turkey’s Council of Europe standing.