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‘Civil society killer’: Israel tax bill threatens to silence NGOs | Israel-Palestine conflict News
A draft bill that threatens to impose a 65 percent tax on foreign government donations to Israeli and Palestinian civil society organisations
In a changed Indonesia, some fear a ‘backlash’ against freedoms | Politics News
Medan, Indonesia – On the morning of May 21, 1998, Indonesia’s then-leader Soeharto stood in the Presidential Palace and addressed the nation.
US releases plan to combat anti-Semitism amid definition debate | Government News
Washington, DC – The White House has released a plan to combat the rise of anti-Semitism amid a continuing debate about how
Tunisia court frees radio station head arrested in crackdown | Human Rights News
Several Mosaique FM journalists have been under scrutiny as Saied’s government cracks down on critics. The head of Tunisia’s most popular radio
Cambodia condemned after union leader jailed over casino strike | Labour Rights News
Chhim Sithar was found guilty of ‘incitement’ over strikes that began in 2021 when NagaWorld fired more than 1,300 staff. A Cambodian
Israel military court jails soldiers for abusing Palestinian man | Crimea News
Rights groups accuse Israeli military of investigating only a fraction of cases involving crimes against Palestinians. An Israeli military court has sentenced
Canada and Saudi Arabia rekindle diplomatic ties after 2018 spat | Politics News
Diplomatic rupture began in 2018, with tweets from Canada’s foreign ministry denouncing human rights in Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia and Canada have
Modern slavery most common in North Korea, Eritrea, report says | Human Rights News
North Korea, Eritrea and Mauritania have the highest prevalence of modern slavery in the world, according to the 2023 Global Slavery Index,
Russia criticised at UN as more civilians killed in war zones | Conflict News
The United Nations estimates nearly 17,000 civilians were killed last year in conflicts, an increase of 53% compare with year before. The
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