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Law firm seeks criminal case

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A Dutch law firm has asked the public prosecutor in the Netherlands to file a case against Royal Dutch Shell, its CEO and former

As the world marked the International Day of Reflection on the Genocide in Rwanda at the weekend, the United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has

UN human rights chief urges

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The turmoil and crises the international community faces clearly demonstrate the disasters that may occur when human rights are "neglected and ground down," the

World Health Day: Laureates of

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With 'Food Safety' being the theme of this year’s World Health Day on April 7, 37 laureates of the Right Livelihood Award from across the

The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), a Hong Kong-based regional human rights organization, expresses its alarm against the plan of your government to execute

Shell, Total, others agree to

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Ten multinational oil companies, nine countries, and six global development institutions on Friday sealed a commitment to end routine gas flaring at oil production

Member States Must Enforce Human

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The world may be at a "turning point" as violent extremism and intolerance remain pervasive across the spectrum of global society, the United Nations

Mikel Obi becomes British citizen

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Super Eagles star, and Chelsea midfielder, Mikel Obi has become a British citizen. Mikel who applied for his British passport last year has finally gotten it. He