HRW Urges Kyrgyz President To Veto Controversial Bills.

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has urged Kyrgyz President Sooronbai Jeenbekov "to uphold fundamental rights" and veto laws recently approved by parliament that "violate the country's human rights obligations."

Related news

Lukashenka Vows Not To 'Give Our Country To Anyone' After Violent Dispersal Of Demonstrators In Belarus.

Belarusia's president has said he "will not give our country to anyone," a day after police violently dispersed thousands of demonstrators.

Profile of a killer: Unraveling the deadly new coronavirus.

In the U.S. alone, the virus has already killed more Americans than died fighting in World War I.

Warlord Accused Of Rights Abuses Awarded Afghanistan's Highest Military Rank.

A powerful Afghan warlord accused of kidnap and rape has been given the country's highest military rank.

Kazakh Civil Rights Activist Gets One Year In Prison For 'Inflicting Bodily Damage'.

A well-known Kazakh civil rights activist has been sentenced to one year in prison for 'inflicting bodily damage' on a 39-year-old woman, which she denies.

Sri Lanka blames over 1,000 coronavirus cases on 1 man.

Prasad Dinesh says his heroin addiction, which is considered a crime in Sri Lanka, makes him a convenient scapegoat.

3 176

By continuing to browse World News (UAZMI), you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Use and agree to the use of cookies