Human Welfare

A closer look at 10 arrested Saudi women's rights activists

May 22, 2018

A closer look at the 10 detained activists in Saudi Arabia and how they became icons of the women's rights movement there

Arrested Saudi activists held incommunicado since last week

May 22, 2018

In Saudi Arabia, at least 10 women's rights activists are being interrogated and held without access to a lawyer

Sri Lanka marks end to civil war as a divided nation

May 20, 2018

Sri Lanka commemorates the ninth anniversary of the end of its civil war as a divided nation, with minority Tamils calling for an international investigation into alleged wartime atrocities

Yemen hit by storms as rare tropical cyclone Sagar nears

May 18, 2018

A UN agency has issued a warning for the rare tropical cyclone 'Sagar' in the Gulf of Aden, saying it threatens flash flooding, as authorities say it has struck Yemen's southern coastline

Rights group: At least 29 children disappeared in Sri Lanka

May 16, 2018

An international human rights group says at least 29 children disappeared in the custody of Sri Lanka's military after surrendering with their ethnic rebel parents at the end of the island nation's civil war

The Latest: Greek lawmakers try to stem migrant overcrowding

May 15, 2018

Lawmakers in Greece are preparing to vote on draft legislation to speed up the asylum process for migrants and refugees and amend restrictions on the Greek islands in an effort to ease overcrowding at camps there and deport more people back to Turkey

Rights group: Egypt uses solitary confinement as 'torture'

May 7, 2018

Amnesty International: Egypt holding political prisoners in 'indefinite solitary confinement' that amounts to 'torture'

One meal a day: Yemeni mothers try to feed their families

May 3, 2018

Mothers are often the only defense against the hunger that has killed thousands in Yemen's civil war

In Yemen, a mother's quest to save her baby from starvation

May 3, 2018

Three years into a civil war, Yemen is starving and could soon start to see widespread death from famine

Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh camps await new danger: rain

May 3, 2018

The Rohingya refugees who fled Myanmar during a brutal military crackdown now face a new danger: rain

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