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# Human Rights

All time
China releases human rights lawyer after 'show trial'
Kenny says he raised human rights with Saudis but that 'obviously includes women's rights'
South Korea accused of targeting gay soldiers in wake of online sex video
Gay men in Chechnya reportedly being sent to prison camps and killed
Column: '"A Right To A Home" should be put to referendum'
Mary Murphy
Chinese 'comfort women' are fighting to have their history of sex slavery remembered
'Hate and fear' by Trump, Duterte and others is bringing the world back to the 1930s, says Amnesty
Colm O'Gorman: 'I have resolved to work every day to prove that love can trump hate'
Colm O'Gorman
British triple killer and rapist jailed for whole-life term loses appeal against 'inhuman' sentence
Norwegian mass murderer makes Nazi salute as court reviews 'inhumane' prison regime
UN Security Council endorses Syria ceasefire and plans for peace talks
Modern Slavery: How children in Dhaka are trying to escape from 12-hour workdays
'If you are in favour of human rights, you must want them for everyone - including prisoners'
Frankie Gaffney
World chess champ and Kremlin foe wins European court case against Russia
'Those with a disability have the right to choose where to live, to an education and to a sexual relationship'
Kathleen O'Meara
Move to recognise Traveller ethnicity after long campaign shows 'Ireland's commitment to human rights'
Uganda blames British colonialism for its anti-gay sex laws
President leads tributes following death of 'inspirational' disability rights campaigner
Finglas wants to build ties with North Korea
Mexican police 'gunned down 22 civilians during drug raid'
'The blood was like a river': Syrian people speak of horrific torture they endured in prison
Bethany Home survivor takes first step in bringing case to human rights court
Hundreds of adults and children 'disappeared and tortured by Egyptian authorities'
'Ibrahim is a young, funny Dublin man but begrudgers believe being Irish is qualified by skin colour, name and religion'
Lynn Boylan
Simon Harris has apologised to Amanda Mellet in the Dáil
Government criticised over failure to properly reform Direct Provision
We asked every TD if they want Travellers recognised as an ethnic minority - here’s what they said
Dutch woman held in Qatar after making rape complaint
UN: Ireland must compensate woman forced to travel abroad for abortion
'1,000 days have felt like 1,000 years' - Irish student still in Egyptian prison
Ireland will be grilled on its human rights record at the UN today - and it might not be pretty
Award-winning environmentalist shot dead in her home after receiving death threats
'I'm an Irishman in the West Bank helping kids get to school through checkpoints'
Alex Dunne
Europe says it's OK for the boss to snoop on your private messages at work
Mass murderer Anders Breivik taking case against state over prison conditions
Here are 17 incredible facts about oil-rich Saudi Arabia
Over 60 million people are set to be displaced worldwide this year
Almost half of parents would not choose a Christian school for their child if they had the option
How much do you know about Human Rights Day?
Court was right to not recognise marriage of 14-year-old girl