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Soldiers from the Rapid Intervention Battalion (BIR) secure a ceremony honouring four soldiers killed in the violence that erupted in the Northwest and Southwest Regions of Cameroon, where most of the country’s English-speaking minority live, on November 17, 2017 in Bamenda. Four soldiers were killed this month in less than a week, in attacks attributed to secessionist “terrorists”. / AFP PHOTO / STRINGER/Getty Images

Iranian lawmaker urges EU to put anti-Iran “terrorists” on trial

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Iranian Parliament's Human Rights Commission Chairwoman Zohreh Elahian on Monday regretted that European countries shelter anti-Iranian "terrorists" and urged the countries to put...
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Zambian leader wins praise for pardoning prisoners

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Zambia's human rights body on Saturday commended President Edgar Lungu on his decision to pardon over 2,000 inmates to mark the Africa Freedom...

Burundi’s VP launches 4th branch of human rights commission

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"The human rights protection or promotion is a business of the government. That is why Burundi sets up the National Independent Human Rights Commission...

Burundi’s human rights commission denounces rising violence

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"The National Independent Human Rights Commission (CNIDH) is highly concerned with the rise of killings in some neighborhoods of the capital Bujumbura during the...

Human Rights Commission Release Police Visitation Report

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?The National Human Rights Commission has results of its police station visitation it conducted in line with the Commission?s ?legal mandate as stated in...