Salvadoran photographer Carlos Barrera takes a look at the nearly two years of human rights violations allegedly committed by the government of El Salvador during the country's state of emergency.
Of the 177 environmental activists killed around the world last year, 60 were murdered in Colombia, says the advocacy group Global Witness. In most cases, no one is tried or convicted.
Addressing a lawsuit filed by the Justice Ministry, the court labeled the LGBTQ+ "movement" in Russia an extremist group and banned it. The case was classified, and the ministry disclosed no evidence.
The European Union Parliament, some U.S. lawmakers and U.N. human rights experts have long demanded the release of Leila de Lima, who was detained as an opposition senator in February 2017.
The numbers are classified, but U.S. military planners use what's called a collateral damage estimate to gauge how many civilians might be killed in an attack on a target. Here's what that means.
The reported death of Armita Geravand comes after her being in a coma for weeks and after the 1-year anniversary of the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini which sparked nationwide protests at the time.
Australian journalist Cheng Lei has been allowed to leave the country and is back home in Australia after being detained for more than three years on charges of espionage.
Narges Mohammadi's husband hopes prize will draw attention to the broader cause of human rights in Iran.
Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered in October 2018. Those involved in his killing have largely avoided consequences, and Saudi Arabia continues to crack down on its dissidents.
A retired teacher in Saudi Arabia a death sentence for his tweets criticizing the country's leadership to just a handful of followers, according to rights advocates and his family.