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Human Rights Watch is an international non-governmental organization, headquartered in New York City, that conducts research and advocacy on human rights.

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UN should press China to end crimes against humanity on Uyghurs: Human Rights Watch
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UN should press China to end crimes against humanity on Uyghurs: Human Rights Watch

United Nations members should press the Chinese government to end its crimes against humanity against Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslims, said Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Wednesday.

Uyghur Turkish nationals detain in Xinjiang after they 'witnessed govt crimes', says daughter
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Uyghur Turkish nationals detain in Xinjiang after they 'witnessed govt crimes', says daughter

Xinjiang Authorities have detained an ethnic Uyghur couple as they have witnessed human rights abuses in the region, according to their daughter.

China: New Human Rights Watch report highlights crimes against humanity in Xinjiang
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China: New Human Rights Watch report highlights crimes against humanity in Xinjiang

The Chinese government is committing crimes against humanity in its treatment of the Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslims in the northwest region of Xinjiang, according to a report released by Human Rights Watch (HRW).

Pakistan sees considerable decline in status of women as compared to Bangladesh
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Pakistan sees considerable decline in status of women as compared to Bangladesh

Even after 50 years since Pakistan and Bangladesh became two separate countries in 1971, the two nations are diametrically opposed in terms of the status of women with Islamabad witnessing a decline over the years.

Provide us money, not COVID-19 vaccines: Afghan refugees to Pak govt
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Provide us money, not COVID-19 vaccines: Afghan refugees to Pak govt

Afghan refugees, who are living in the abysmal conditions in southern provinces of Pakistan, has demanded the country's government to provide them money and not COVID-19 vaccines as their camps have not been hit by the virus.

Two years of Easter bombings: Lanka legalises deradicalisation law, mulls burqa ban to fight 'Islamic terrorism'
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Two years of Easter bombings: Lanka legalises deradicalisation law, mulls burqa ban to fight 'Islamic terrorism'

From mulling burqa ban to de-radicalisation law, the Sri Lankan government has taken several steps as part of a crackdown against 'Islamic extremism' in the aftermath of the Easter Sunday bombings of 2019.

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