US Commission on International Religious Freedom chair Nadine Maenza on deteriorating religious freedom in India.
Gulf states angered by Lebanese information minister’s remarks about the Saudi-led war against Houthi rebels in Yemen.
With a long history of persecution, the Hazaras fear the worst under Taliban rule.
“There’s so much to be told about the stories here that you can only hear, I think, if you are also a minority.”
Israeli official says envoy will explain controversial move, after US says not notified in advance.
Iranian asylum seeker says he’s thankful to Turkish authorities for saving his life, but worries he’s still not safe.
Rights group says broadly worded law has made it ‘effectively impossible’ to continue its work in the Chinese territory.
His wife, a longtime activist, said this time she is worried she might not see her husband alive again.
Richard Ratcliffe is staging a second hunger strike to pressure the UK government into taking action to free his wife.
Outlawed organisations have called on the international community to take a stance against Israel’s military order.
Why is discourse about the investigation into the Beirut blast so polarised? And the Russian law affecting journalists.
The head of the right-wing Lega party could face up to 15 years in prison if found guilty.
Detainees describe their dire situation inside a Melbourne hotel and express fear amid the spread of the coronavirus.
The designation effectively outlaws the activities of six leading groups, subjecting their members to raids and arrest.