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To China's fury, UN accuses Beijing of Uyghur rights abuses

The assessment from the Geneva-based U.N. human rights office largely corroborated earlier reporting by researchers, advocacy groups and the news media, and it added the weight of the world body to the conclusions. But it was not clear what impact it would have.

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Supreme Court closes pending Godhra riots cases

The petitions pending before the top court included the ones filed by the National Human Rights Commission, victims, and NGOs seeking a proper investigation in the cases of violence during the 2002 Gujarat riots.

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Qatar deports Indian migrant workers over wage protests

Ahead of the football World Cup slated to be held from November 2022 onwards, the Qatari government has reportedly deported Indian migrant workers for staging a rare protest against unpaid wages as per a labour rights group said Monday. Qatar's government said on Sunday that "a number of protesters were detained for breaching public security laws".

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Whistleblower made accused in cow slaughter case: Rajasthan human rights organisation demands probe

Demanding a fair investigation, the organisation has written to the additional chief secretary for home department, district collector and the district superintendent of police. Srivastava, in her letter, demanded that the investigation be headed by a senior officer and not by the local police station. She alleged that the local police were not impartial in the matter.

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Bilkis Bano case: Over 6,000 citizens demand revoking remission of convicts

Bilkis Bano was 21-years-old and five months pregnant when she was gang-raped while fleeing the violence that broke out after the Godhra train burning. Among those killed were her 3-year-old daughter.

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UN investigator: Contemporary slavery extensive and in China

Human Rights Council Special Rapporteur Tomoya Obokat adds that traditional enslavement, especially of minorities, is found in Mauritania, Mali and Niger in Africa's Sahel region.

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NHRC notice to Rajasthan govt, DGP over Dalit boy's death

According to the media report, the young boy had taken water to drink from a pot, which was kept for the headmaster and when headmaster noticed it, he severely beat him. The victim sustained injuries near his ear. Reportedly, the headmaster also mounted undue pressure on the family for a compromise and gave a sum of Rs 1.5 lakh to them to hush up the matter.

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Pegasus phone spyware used to target 30 Thai activists, cyber watchdogs say

Pegasus has been used by governments to spy on journalists, activists, and dissidents and the Israeli firm behind it, NSO Group, has been sued by Apple and placed on a U.S. trade blacklist.

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'Al Jazeera Journalist Killed by Israeli Fire'

"All information we have gathered... is consistent with the finding that the shots that killed Abu Akleh and injured her colleague Ali Sammoudi came from Israeli security forces and not from indiscriminate firing by armed Palestinians, as initially claimed by Israeli authorities," she said.

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Educational apps indulged in practices that put children’s privacy at risk: report

The international non-governmental organisation’s analysis of the apps found that of the 164 apps and websites, as many as 146, or 89% engaged in some behaviour which put at risk the safety, privacy and confidentiality of children using these platforms for education.

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Mundka fire: NHRC issues notice to Delhi govt, to send team for on-spot probe

"Reportedly, this fire incident has once again established that the city authorities have learnt little from similar incidents in the past that exposed the utter lack of fire safety mechanisms and the gaping holes in their implementation," it said in a statement.

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Nirav Modi extradition appeal to be heard in UK High Court on June 28

Lord Justice Jeremy Stuart-Smith and Justice Robert Jay presided over an initial hearing at the court in December last year to determine whether District Judge Sam Goozee's Westminster Magistrates' Court ruling from February 2021 in favour of extradition was incorrect to overlook the diamond merchant's "high risk of suicide".

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NHRC notice to Rajasthan govt for infants' death in hospital

The NHRC said it has taken a suo motu cognisance of a media report about death of two infants at Amrit Kaur Hospital run in Ajmer in Rajasthan by the state government. According to the media report it cited, the deaths happened due to temperature fluctuation and overheating of the warmer during the night.

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Terrorism biggest form of human rights violation: Amit Shah

"I believe there can't be more human rights violation than terrorism. Terrorism is the biggest form of human rights violation. It is absolutely necessary to root out terrorism to protect human rights," he said.

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Terrorism biggest cause behind human rights violations: Amit Shah at 13th NIA Day programme

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Lanka lifts curfew in Rambukkana; probe begins on police firing at unarmed protesters

At least three of the 14 hospitalised protesters at Rambukkana, some 90 kilometers northeast of Colombo, were critical at the Kegalle hospital, according to an official. Fifteen police personnel have also been injured. Foreign Minister G L Peiris told reporters: "We have requested the Human Rights Commission to conduct an impartial inquiry. We want to be honest and we do not want to sweep anything under the carpet".

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Russia suspended from UN Human Rights Council over Ukraine

Russia was in its second year of a three-year term on the Geneva-based council, which cannot make legally binding decisions. Its decisions send important political messages, however, and it can authorize investigations.

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Parliament passes Criminal Procedure Identification Bill

The Criminal Procedure (Identification) Bill, 2022 replaces the Identification of Prisoners Act, 1920.

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Opposition ‘should show concern’ for rights of victims too, says Amit Shah

“Those who are citing human rights should also think about the human rights of rape victims. They (opposition) only worry about rapists and looters. What about the human rights of the person who has been looted?” said Shah.

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U.S. pushes to suspend Russia from Human Rights Council

A two-thirds majority vote by the 193-member assembly in New York can suspend a state from the council for persistently committing gross and systematic violations of human rights. Speaking in Bucharest on Monday, Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield said: "Russia's participation on the Human Rights Council is a farce.

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United Nations names experts to probe possible Ukraine war crimes

Ukraine and its Western backers have accused Russia's armed forces of killing and inflicting suffering on residents by shelling and besieging cities, most notably the southern port of Mariupol

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Explainer: Who's a war criminal, and who gets to decide?

The White House had been avoiding applying the designation to Putin, saying it requires investigation and an international determination. After Biden used the term, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the president was "speaking from his heart" and renewed her statements that there is a process for making a formal determination.

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Explainer: Who's a war criminal, and who gets to decide?

The White House had been avoiding applying the designation to Putin, saying it requires investigation and an international determination. After Biden used the term, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the president was "speaking from his heart" and renewed her statements that there is a process for making a formal determination.

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