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The authorities in Belarus must refrain from using excessive force against protestors, say Amnesty International.
As the gap on pay and pensions widens, British business should disclose the ratio between their highest and lowest paid employees says a new report
Amnesty has called on the new Thai government to bring the perpetrators of past human rights violations to justice, including protest-related deaths.
Bushmen in south-west Botswana will be forcefully evicted from their land today (1 July 2011), according to national newspaper The Voice.
Local government councillors are worried they will be unable to cope with the strain on public services caused by cuts to housing benefit.
A reduction in the number of warheads deployed on one of the UK Vanguard class submarines has been welcomed by CND
The leader of the Green Party in England and Wales is among those backing the huge wave of public sector strikes across the country today.
Anti-cuts activists will join public sector strikes on 30 June, as part of the largest day of action against the government’s cuts so far.
The international community has been accused of "silence" towards the plight of millions of North Koreans facing starvation and severe malnutrition.
The Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop has written to the US Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, urging action on countries most hit by food insecurity.