Results for: Human+Rights+Watch

Afghan court sentences 5 to death for gang rape

Post-war counselling awaits Gaza children going back to school

Rights group calls for probe into Iraqi airstrike

Moroccan 'rancorous' rapper freed from jail

Coercion could worsen Ebola epidemic, say experts

Saudi men-only Asian Games team 'backward step', says HRW

Sierra Leone faces criticism over Ebola shutdown

'Happy' Iranians get suspended jail, lashes sentences

Malaysia convicts student activist in sedition clampdown

China Muslim scholar rejects 'separatism' evidence as widely criticized...

China Muslim scholar rejects 'separatism' evidence as widely criticised...

Indonesian Aceh proposes 100 lashes for gay sex

China puts Uighur professor on trial for separatism

Harassment haunts Somalis in Kenya, a year after Westgate attack

Diversity, sporting power on show at Asiad opening

Good Bye Marx! Hungary cleans up for Orban's revolution

Liberia's women, children bear brunt of Ebola epidemic

North Korean team welcomed at Asian Games

Damascus, opposition must 'compromise' to beat jihadists: UN

Mexico rights body probes deadly army-gang faceoff

Indian sisters launch last-ditch bid to avoid execution for kidnapping,...

Witness: 21 killed by Mexico army had surrendered

Even seemingly benign causes draw China crackdown

Egypt accused of using detention to silence opponents

Al-Jazeera's AJ+ eyes young viewers on 'social stream'

The theatre of fashion, and why you need to be there

The theatre of fashion, and why you need to be there

Worry, mystification in China over Scotland independence vote

First task for Poland's new PM: avoid a mutiny in the ranks

Back on centre-stage with a flourish, France's Sarkozy still divides

First task for Poland's new PM - avoid a mutiny in the ranks

Marijuana industry battling stoner stereotypes

Scotland referendum: Live Report

Column: Only 1 athlete of the year in 2012, Messi

US election fascinates Chinese some envy voters

Southern Israel residents scared but determined

Turkeys: Some people eat them, some feed them

As Europe plots closer ties, Britain mulls split

Norway vows 'humane' conditions for mass killer

Obama turns to technology during convention

Clinton urges ASEAN unity on South China Sea

Barker 'fine' with exclusion from 'Price' special

UN: Prisoners still tortured in Afghan custody

Court rulings dim outlook for Guantanamo trials

Earnings Preview: Merck report to detail new drugs

Cambodian murder 'scapegoats' freed

Spanish Catalonia to press independence bid with human chain

Military says it's closing in on separatists rebels in the Philippines

2nd private company rockets toward space station

Insight: Kenya cases stir African backlash against ICC

Argentine high court considers media monopoly law

HRW: Syrian missiles kill hundreds of civilians

Nigeria: Doctors treat lead-poisoned children

Paraguay Congress gives leader new military power

China makes big show of Bo trial, but it's still just theater

Look out: A fall harvest of new broadcast TV shows

Kenya moves to leave international court

Obama seeks support for Syria strike at G-20

Cambodian polls promise more of the same - for now

Aust 'funds PNG police thugs' on Manus

Israel submits to human rights review by UN body