Scottish government to seek post-Brexit independence vote

Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon says she plans to trigger another independence referendum. She said the new poll should be held between autumn 2018 and spring 2019, once the terms of Britain’s exit from the European Union have become clear.

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United States: “Guarantee a home for everyone”

Tent encampments are springing up all over America, from cities to rural areas

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NO END TO THE SILENCE: human rights situation in South-East Turkey

Further details emerged on the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Right’s concerns at Turkey’s war

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UNITED NATIONS INDICTS TURKEY FOR “SERIOUS RIGHTS VIOLATIONS” in NORTHERN KURDISTAN

March 10 2017: The UN’s human rights office today released its report accusing Turkey of serious human rights violations.

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SCHOOL OF THE AMERICAS. STILL THE SCHOOL FOR KILLERS?

Global Witness: “Honduras, the most dangerous country per capita to be an environmental activist for the last five years, with 101 deaths between 2010 and 2014”

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Sinn Fein increases votes in North of Ireland elections

Thursday’s election has significantly altered the make-up of politics in the north of Ireland as a more focussed and energised Sinn Fein enticed republican voters back to the polls and historically ended the unionist  majority at Stormont. In a dramatic

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David Choquehuanca es el nuevo secretario general del Alba

El boliviano David Choquehuanca fue designado este domingo como el nuevo secretario general de la Alianza Bolivariana para los Pueblos de Nuestra América (Alba), informó el presidente de la República, Nicolás Maduro, durante la instalación de la XIV Cumbre Extraordinaria

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Interview with poet Aurélia Lassaque

Poet Anna Lombardo has interviewed for Global Rights poet Aurélia Lassaque Let’s start with something about you. I’m from South of France, from the region of Toulouse. I have always lived in farms with a tribe of animals, including horses…

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Gerry Adams on Traveller Ethnicity

We publish here the statement to Dail by Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams I want to welcome the Traveller groups represented in the gallery and elsewhere in Leinster House this evening, and I extend solidarity to all Travellers on this

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Guatemala Protects Animal Rights: Landmark Legislation in the Fight Against Cruelty

At the end of February 2017: legislation passed by a vote in the Guatemalan Congress will now penalise animal cruelty and those that perpetrate it, as well as implementing protections for animals on a variety of fronts. These include protections

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