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why sex assault complainants are turning to human rights tribunals, instead of c


the latest case involves a complaint by a woman against the university of toronto that was filed with the human rights tribunal of ontario this month






are the human-animal hybrids scientists make human, beast, or in between?


recently, researchers created a human-pig hybrid. should it be treated like a pig, or like a human, and at what ratio of human to animal cells?






colorado’s first west nile virus human case in 2017 found in larimer county


colorado's first human case of west nile virus in 2017 has been recorded in larimer county, the state health department reported friday.






migrant fruit pickers win european court case against greece


athens, greece (ap) — a group of strawberry pickers from bangladesh have won a case against greece at europe’s highest human rights court, after being shot at by employers for demanding unpaid wages. the council of europe’s court of human rights ruled thursday in favor of 42 bangladeshi nationals, and ordered the greek state to […]






5 reasons to stop calling dads of unborn babies a ‘father to be’


the human in utero is fully human, and when we casually dismiss this tiny, precious human, we dismiss and disrespect so much more of the human experience.






for the first time on record, human-caused climate change has rerouted an entire


a team of scientists monday documented what they're describing as the first case of large-scale river reorganization as a result of human-caused climate change.






migrant fruit pickers win european court case against greece


a group of strawberry pickers from bangladesh have won a case against greece at europe's highest human rights court, after being shot at by employers for demanding unpaid wages.






migrant fruit pickers win european court case against greece


a group of strawberry pickers from bangladesh has won a case against greece at europe's highest human rights court, after being shot at by employers for demanding unpaid wages.






for the first time on record, human-caused climate change has rerouted an entire


a team of scientists monday documented the first case of 'rapid river piracy' to the yukon's biggest river as a result of human-caused climate change.






china's detention of a human rights activist from taiwan won't do relations any


china has detained a taiwanese human rights activist, the government in taipei said, in a case that people on the island call unusual and likely to depress already troubled relations between the two sides. authorities in china detained lee ming-che on suspicion that he took part in activities that...






for the first time on record, human-caused climate change has rerouted an entire


a team of scientists monday documented what they're describing as the first case of large-scale river reorganization as a result of human-caused climate change. they found that in mid-2016, the retreat of a very large glacier in canada's yukon territory led to the rerouting of its vast stream of...






gop ex-senator goes down in flames after telling msnbc that trump cares about hu


appearing on msnbc friday afternoon, former sen. mel martinez (r-fl) received a browbeating from hosts stephanie ruhle and ali velshi when he tried to make the case that president donald trump’s planned rollback of relations with cuba was due to the small island nation’s human rights his...






china’s detention of a human rights activist from taiwan threatens to further da


china has detained a taiwanese human rights activist, the government in taipei said, in a case that people on the island call unusual and likely to depress already troubled relations between the two sides. authorities in china detained lee ming-che on suspicion that he took part in activities that...






international tribunal takes case for border death lawsuit


the inter-american commission on human rights, an international tribunal, has decided to investigate a case involving allegations that border officials tortured and killed a man in their custody in san diego almost seven years ago. the commission is part of the organization of american states,...






eight uae princesses convicted in human trafficking sting linked to belgium hote


eight emirati princesses were convicted of human trafficking by a belgian court on friday and were given suspended jail terms and fines in a case stemming from their treatment of servants at a brussels luxury hotel nearly 10 years ago, their lawyer said. the brussels criminal court handed the eight women from abu dhabi’s ruling […]






binge-watching the new golden age of television


if you really want to understand human nature, you can learn about it on long-form tv. that wasn't always the case, but it became one at a perfect time for me.






pakistan court denies asia bibi’s appeal in sharia law, blasphemy case


the supreme court of pakistan has turned down the request for an early hearing of the case of a christian mother sentenced to death for blasphemy, despite the increases in calls for injustice by supporters and those opposed to human rights violations in the name of islam or sharia law. chief justice of pakistan mian saqib […]






attorney: person of interest in case of missing pennsylvania men confesses to ro


hours after authorities said they discovered human remains during a search for four missing men in bucks county, pennsylvania, an attorney for a person of interest in the case said he had confessed to his role in the slayings of the men. the sudden shifts came as the investigation in pennsylvania...






europe: midwife loses freedom of conscience case, will appeal swedish law to not


a christian midwife is appealing her case to the european court of human rights (echr) after she was denied employment opportunities due to her views regarding abortion. the alliance defending freedom (adf) is supporting ellinor grimmark of sweden, arguing that various places of employment infringed on her freedom of conscience in their refusal to hire her due to […]






walters: human trafficking flourishing in california


despite its reputation as a hotbed for human rights, california is rife with human trafficking because of its complex economy and large immigrant population






watch: alex jones holds bonkers press conference to rip reporters — and warn abo


infowars founder alex jones called a press conference on friday afternoon to lash out at reporters for their coverage of his child custody case and topped it off by ranting about chobani yogurt and “human animal chimeras.” thursday night an austin judge awarded custody of jones’s c...






40 groups call for prioritizing human rights in syria talks


beirut (ap) — some 40 human rights groups and other organizations say that u.n.-sponsored syrian peace talks that will begin in geneva this week should prioritize five key human rights issues during negotiations. the groups said in a statement tuesday that achieving respect and promotion for human rights during any transition and post-conflict will require […]






widows of nigerian activists launch civil case against shell


the hague, netherlands (ap) — the widows of four activists executed 22 years ago in nigeria are launching a civil action in the netherlands, alleging complicity by oil giant shell in their husbands’ deaths. human rights organization amnesty international said thursday that esther kiobel is bringing the civil case along with victoria bera, blessing eawo […]






widows of nigerian activists launch civil case against shell


the hague, netherlands (ap) — the widows of four activists executed 22 years ago in nigeria are launching a civil action in the netherlands, alleging complicity by oil giant shell in their husbands’ deaths, human rights organization amnesty international said thursday. amnesty said that esther kiobel is bringing the civil case at a court in […]






connecticut hotel workers train to spot human trafficking


a new connecticut law meant to strike a blow to human traffickers is now reaching the trenches where it can make the difference. hospitality workers are being trained to detect and report human trafficking when they suspect the illegal activity is going on where they work.






group urges uk envoy to raise human rights issues in egypt


the human rights organization reprieve is urging british foreign secretary boris johnson to speak about what it called the "appalling" human rights abuses in egypt during his meeting with egyptian president abdel-fattah el-sissi.






40 groups call for prioritizing human rights in syria talks


some 40 human rights groups and other organizations say that u.n.-sponsored syrian peace talks that will begin in geneva this week should prioritize five key human rights issues during negotiations.






human smuggling charges for woman discovered driving nine refugee claimants near


the case raises possibility that organized networks of people in both canada and the u.s. are being paid to help asylum seekers cross the border illegally






state confirms first human west nile virus case of 2017


friday's announcement by the california department of public health comes after the virus was detected in three dead birds found in san mateo, orange and san diego counties.






pet rat owners nervous about rat-to-human virus


no human infections have been reported in the state.






e. clinton bamberger jr., who argued ‘brady rule’ case, dies


baltimore (ap) — e. clinton bamberger jr., a baltimore attorney who argued a precedent-setting u.s. supreme court case about prosecutors’ duty to turn over evidence, has died. former maryland secretary of human resources kalman hettleman confirmed that the 90-year-old bamberger died sunday in baltimore. hettleman says he had pneumonia. bamberger argued at the supreme court […]






un expert warns of rights impact of north korea tests


geneva (ap) — the u.n. human rights office’s special rapporteur on north korea says tensions caused by its ballistic missile and nuclear tests are jeopardizing efforts to improve human rights in the secretive country. tomas ojea quintana told the human rights council: “military tensions have brought human rights dialogue with the dprk to a standstill.” […]






bond doubled for 2 charged in texas human smuggling case


a judge on tuesday doubled the bond amounts for two women accused of helping smuggle a dozen people into the u.s. who were found in a locked, sweltering hot truck in houston.






us sees contraction of human rights worldwide


washington (dpa) – a us report on human rights says freedom of speech and freedom of assembly are under threat worldwide, with opposition and human rights activists in many countries having difficulties organizing. the annual report, released friday by the state department, takes a look at hum...






the case for strikes in syria is better than the case for war


president trump once said the u.s. should stay out of syria. then he bombed airbases there. the case for strikes is better than the case for all out war.