Approximately 63 people have been killed so far in protests against president Daniel Ortega's authoritarian rule.
Putin takes the oath of office, after securing a fourth presidential term in a rigged election.
A Turkish court convicted 14 employees of Cumhuriyet, Turkey’s oldest independent newspaper, of terrorism-related crimes
Sudan’s Omar al-Bashir, wanted by the ICC for genocide, has ordered the immediate release of all political prisoners.
On Saturday, the Syrian regime launched a new chemical weapons attack that killed at least 40 civilians in Douma.
Captain Moe Yan Naing was condemned for testifying that police framed two reporters exposing violence against Rohingya.
Death toll rises as Daniel Ortega, Nicaragua's authoritarian president, intensifies crackdown on demonstrators.
A Moscow court ordered telecom companies to block Telegram after it refused to grant access to users’ messages.
HRF strongly condemns the conviction of Vietnamese dissident Nguyen Van Tuc.