Executions on the Rise Globally Despite Abolishments: Amnesty International Report Reveals

Beijing, China – Despite the trend towards abolition of the death penalty in many countries, global executions are on the rise, marking a concerning pattern. Amnesty International’s latest report reveals that 55 countries still have the death penalty in place, with nine of them reserving it for the most severe crimes such as war crimes … Read more

Documentary Probe into Death of Hardeep Singh Nijjar Sparks International Controversy in Canada

Vancouver, Canada – India has taken steps to restrict access to a Canadian documentary investigating the assassination of a Sikh activist in Vancouver. This move underscores India’s growing frustration with accusations that its government was involved in the killing. This is not the first time India has attempted to block critical documentaries; in the past, … Read more

Socialist Equality Party (SEP) in Sri Lanka Receives International Support Against Violent Attack by Pro-Government Thugs

Moratuwa, Sri Lanka – The Socialist Equality Party (SEP) in Sri Lanka is rallying support from various international entities in response to a violent attack on two of its members by pro-government thugs. Dehin Wasantha and Lakshman Fernando were physically assaulted at the University of Moratuwa on November 30 by individuals associated with the ruling … Read more

Explosion at Russian Oil Terminal Following Ukraine Drone Attack Sparks International Concern

MOSCOW, RUSSIA – A massive explosion rocked a Russian oil terminal following a drone attack in Ukraine, sparking a huge fire and causing significant damage to the facility. The attack targeted the fuel depot in the town of Rubizhne, located in the eastern part of Ukraine. The footage of the explosion shows a towering ball … Read more

Peru Amnesty International Report: Call for Investigation into State-Ordered Protester Deaths

Lima, Peru – Amnesty International has called for a thorough investigation into the 49 deaths that occurred during protests in Peru from December to February. The organization highlighted the need to scrutinize those at the highest levels who ordered or allowed the use of lethal force by security forces. According to Agn├Ęs Callamard, Secretary General … Read more

Ukraine’s Use of Cluster Munitions Causes International Concerns, Draws Criticism from Multiple Countries

KYIV, Ukraine – The United States Department of Defense announced on June 7, 2023 that President Joe Biden had approved the transfer of cluster munitions to the Ukrainian Armed Forces. This decision was met with concern from leaders in at least eleven countries, including Austria, Germany, and the United Kingdom, as well as the United … Read more

Protesters Sentenced to Death in Iran Receive International Attention

SANANDAJ, Iran – Two protesters, Reza Rasaei and Mojahed Kourkour, are facing execution for their alleged roles in violent protests in Iran. Azardokht Haqjouyan, the mother of Reza Rasaei, has spoken out against her son’s death sentence, insisting on his innocence and calling for help to prevent his execution. She revealed that her son’s 1,500-page … Read more