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Serbia's decision to ban the Belgrade Pride for the third year in a row is a clear breach of the country’s own law and constitution.
Sri Lanka’s disturbing human rights record means it should be barred from hosting a key Commonwealth summit in November 2013, says Amnesty International.
A consultation in Geneva has proposed political dialogue as the only way towards peace and stability in Tanah Papua, a province of Indonesia.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams is among the supporters of five Christians facing trial for disrupting an arms fair.
Human rights activists, churches, faith groups and many others have expressed revulsion and dismay at murderous attacks on Pakistani Christians.
The UN Secretary-General has condemned the terrorist attack in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, and urged that the perpetrators be brought to justice as soon as possible.
President al-Bashir of Sudan has reportedly applied to the US Embassy in Sudan for a visa to enable him to travel to the 68th session of the UN General Assembly.
A three-day World Council of Churches (WCC) consultation has featured diverse perspectives on religion and discrimination.
Amnesty International has welcomed the release of prominent Iranian human rights lawyer, Nasrin Sotoudeh, and at least 11 political activists.
The Greek authorities must do everything in their power to prevent further politically motivated violence, says Amnesty, following the killing of an anti-fascist supporter.