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Myanmar should open its doors to humanitarian...

Myanmar should open its doors to humanitarian...

Editorial

Sun, May 12 2019

The army, also known as Tatmadaw, reportedly opened fire on 275 men and boys

International Festival of Docufilms...

International Festival of Docufilms...

Showtime

Thu, Apr 18 2019

The five-day festival is being organized by the Liberation War Museum. This year the festival will screen...

Microsoft turned down facial-recognition...

Microsoft turned down facial-recognition...

World

Wed, Apr 17 2019

AI has more cases of mistaken identity with women and minorities, multiple research projects have found...

The missing link

The missing link

Shaila Shahid , Zakir Shahin

Wed, Apr 3 2019

Without the means, SDGs will remain aspirational, and not in a good way

Are we the next Syria?

Are we the next Syria?

Mazher Mir

Mon, Mar 25 2019

We need to prepare ourselves for the consequences of the Rohingya crisis

Remembering our darkest day

Remembering our darkest day

Editorial

Mon, Mar 25 2019

It was on this day, 48 years ago, that the worst, ugliest side of humanity came out

Who needs human rights education?

Who needs human rights education?

Muhammad Zamir

Sun, Mar 24 2019

Each and every human being

Sri Lanka U-turns on war crimes...

Sri Lanka U-turns on war crimes...

South Asia

Wed, Mar 6 2019

President Maithripala Sirisena said he will formally ask the United Nations rights body to reconsider...

UN urges social media, investors to...

UN urges social media, investors to...

South Asia

Wed, Mar 6 2019

Facebook said this month it had banned four insurgent groups fighting Myanmar's military after it...

The impacts of migration

The impacts of migration

Migration continues to be a serious issue for climate-vulnerable Bangladesh

UN: Grassroots movements boost hopes...

UN: Grassroots movements boost hopes...

World

Tue, Feb 26 2019

The UN chief maintained that milestones have been reached in recent years worldwide, which are key elements...

Momen: Hasina saved global leaders from...

Momen: Hasina saved global leaders from...

Rohingya Crisis

Sun, Feb 10 2019

The foreign minister says he fears pockets of radicalism might emerge if the refugee crisis

An avertible war

An avertible war

Mazher Mir

Tue, Jan 29 2019

The global community needs to wake up and see this fast-approaching reality

How likely are Myanmar’s generals to...

How likely are Myanmar’s generals to...

Azeem Ibrahim

Mon, Jan 28 2019

For Aung San Suu Kyi, it’s now or never

Zero tolerance for human...

Zero tolerance for human...

Editorial

Wed, Jan 16 2019

We cannot consider these cases as being isolated incidents

What are our rights?

What are our rights?

SM Shahidullah Mamun

Wed, Dec 26 2018

The state has a duty to safeguard human rights enshrined in the constitution 

Amnesty: 3,600 killed in Nigeria's farmer-herder...

Amnesty: 3,600 killed in Nigeria's farmer-herder...

Africa

Mon, Dec 17 2018

The Nigerian army on Monday rejected the Amnesty report, accusing the global watchdog of 'unfounded...

Nicaragua police beat journalists in...

Nicaragua police beat journalists in...

Latin America

Sun, Dec 16 2018

At least 322 people have been killed and more than 500 are incarcerated, according to the Nicaraguan...

US sanctions top Kim Jong Un aides over...

US sanctions top Kim Jong Un aides over...

World

Tue, Dec 11 2018

The State Department is required by a 2016 law to produce a report on North Korean human rights for Congress...

For a humanitarian Bangladesh

For a humanitarian Bangladesh

Mohammad Monirul Huque

Sun, Dec 9 2018

Under Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Bangladesh has proven itself a bastion of human rights

UN adopts resolution on HR situation...

UN adopts resolution on HR situation...

World

Sat, Nov 17 2018

The resolution reaffirms that the Rohingya must be allowed, on their own accord, to return to their homes...