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Natalia Sedletska hosts Schemes, an investigative TV programme jointly produced by RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service and Ukrainian Public Television. Photo courtesy of RFE/RL Pressroom. The European...

Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing camp wants to ‘get rid of’ pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily

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A Namibian couple’s battle to bring home twin daughters born via surrogacy

A photo of Phillip Lühl (right) and his husband Guillermo Delgado with their family. Photo sourced from their petition page with permission. A Namibian high...

How Azerbaijan’s government abused Facebook’s loopholes—for years

Photo by Alex Haney, Unsplash. https://unsplash.com/photos/AGqzy-Uj3s4 A series of recent reports by the British newspaper The Guardian revealed that Azerbaijani officials have been persistently abusing loopholes on...

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European Court backs Ukrainian journalist’s right to phone data privacy from the state

Natalia Sedletska hosts Schemes, an investigative TV programme jointly produced by RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service and Ukrainian Public Television. Photo courtesy of RFE/RL Pressroom. The European...

Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing camp wants to ‘get rid of’ pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily

Pro-Beijing Wen Wei Po's full-page feature calling for an investigation on pro-democracy media outlets for “spreading fake news”. Screen capture via Twitter user Galileo...

A Namibian couple’s battle to bring home twin daughters born via surrogacy

A photo of Phillip Lühl (right) and his husband Guillermo Delgado with their family. Photo sourced from their petition page with permission. A Namibian high...

How Azerbaijan’s government abused Facebook’s loopholes—for years

Photo by Alex Haney, Unsplash. https://unsplash.com/photos/AGqzy-Uj3s4 A series of recent reports by the British newspaper The Guardian revealed that Azerbaijani officials have been persistently abusing loopholes on...

Feminist activist in Russia faces prison term for ‘body-positive’ drawings

“My body is not pornography!” reads the protester's placard. “Is this an Article 242?” wonders the policeman. Article 242 of Russia's Criminal Code criminalizes...

LIVE on April 22—Myanmar: Coup & civil disobedience

Graphic of soldiers and civilians by Badiucao. Used with permission. The Tatmadaw, Myanmar’s military, staged a coup on February 1. Two-plus months later, hundreds have...

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European Court backs Ukrainian journalist’s right to phone data privacy from the state

Natalia Sedletska hosts Schemes, an investigative TV programme jointly produced by RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service and Ukrainian Public Television. Photo courtesy of RFE/RL Pressroom. The European...

Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing camp wants to ‘get rid of’ pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily

Pro-Beijing Wen Wei Po's full-page feature calling for an investigation on pro-democracy media outlets for “spreading fake news”. Screen capture via Twitter user Galileo...

A Namibian couple’s battle to bring home twin daughters born via surrogacy

A photo of Phillip Lühl (right) and his husband Guillermo Delgado with their family. Photo sourced from their petition page with permission. A Namibian high...

How Azerbaijan’s government abused Facebook’s loopholes—for years

Photo by Alex Haney, Unsplash. https://unsplash.com/photos/AGqzy-Uj3s4 A series of recent reports by the British newspaper The Guardian revealed that Azerbaijani officials have been persistently abusing loopholes on...

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European Court backs Ukrainian journalist’s right to phone data privacy from the state

Natalia Sedletska hosts Schemes, an investigative TV programme jointly produced by RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service and Ukrainian Public Television. Photo courtesy of RFE/RL Pressroom. The European...

Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing camp wants to ‘get rid of’ pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily

Pro-Beijing Wen Wei Po's full-page feature calling for an investigation on pro-democracy media outlets for “spreading fake news”. Screen capture via Twitter user Galileo...

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European Court backs Ukrainian journalist’s right to phone data privacy from the state

Natalia Sedletska hosts Schemes, an investigative TV programme jointly produced by RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service and Ukrainian Public Television. Photo courtesy of RFE/RL Pressroom. The European...

Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing camp wants to ‘get rid of’ pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily

Pro-Beijing Wen Wei Po's full-page feature calling for an investigation on pro-democracy media outlets for “spreading fake news”. Screen capture via Twitter user Galileo...

A Namibian couple’s battle to bring home twin daughters born via surrogacy

A photo of Phillip Lühl (right) and his husband Guillermo Delgado with their family. Photo sourced from their petition page with permission. A Namibian high...

How Azerbaijan’s government abused Facebook’s loopholes—for years

Photo by Alex Haney, Unsplash. https://unsplash.com/photos/AGqzy-Uj3s4 A series of recent reports by the British newspaper The Guardian revealed that Azerbaijani officials have been persistently abusing loopholes on...

Feminist activist in Russia faces prison term for ‘body-positive’ drawings

“My body is not pornography!” reads the protester's placard. “Is this an Article 242?” wonders the policeman. Article 242 of Russia's Criminal Code criminalizes...

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Natalia Sedletska hosts Schemes, an investigative TV programme jointly produced by RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service and Ukrainian Public Television. Photo courtesy of RFE/RL Pressroom. The European...
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European Court backs Ukrainian journalist’s right to phone data privacy from the state

Natalia Sedletska hosts Schemes, an investigative TV programme jointly produced by RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service and Ukrainian Public Television. Photo courtesy of RFE/RL Pressroom. The European...

Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing camp wants to ‘get rid of’ pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily

Pro-Beijing Wen Wei Po's full-page feature calling for an investigation on pro-democracy media outlets for “spreading fake news”. Screen capture via Twitter user Galileo...

A Namibian couple’s battle to bring home twin daughters born via surrogacy

A photo of Phillip Lühl (right) and his husband Guillermo Delgado with their family. Photo sourced from their petition page with permission. A Namibian high...

How Azerbaijan’s government abused Facebook’s loopholes—for years

Photo by Alex Haney, Unsplash. https://unsplash.com/photos/AGqzy-Uj3s4 A series of recent reports by the British newspaper The Guardian revealed that Azerbaijani officials have been persistently abusing loopholes on...

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European Court backs Ukrainian journalist’s right to phone data privacy from the state

Natalia Sedletska hosts Schemes, an investigative TV programme jointly produced by RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service and Ukrainian Public Television. Photo courtesy of RFE/RL Pressroom. The European...

Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing camp wants to ‘get rid of’ pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily

Pro-Beijing Wen Wei Po's full-page feature calling for an investigation on pro-democracy media outlets for “spreading fake news”. Screen capture via Twitter user Galileo...

A Namibian couple’s battle to bring home twin daughters born via surrogacy

A photo of Phillip Lühl (right) and his husband Guillermo Delgado with their family. Photo sourced from their petition page with permission. A Namibian high...

How Azerbaijan’s government abused Facebook’s loopholes—for years

Photo by Alex Haney, Unsplash. https://unsplash.com/photos/AGqzy-Uj3s4 A series of recent reports by the British newspaper The Guardian revealed that Azerbaijani officials have been persistently abusing loopholes on...

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European Court backs Ukrainian journalist’s right to phone data privacy from the state

Natalia Sedletska hosts Schemes, an investigative TV programme jointly produced by RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service and Ukrainian Public Television. Photo courtesy of RFE/RL Pressroom. The European...

Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing camp wants to ‘get rid of’ pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily

Pro-Beijing Wen Wei Po's full-page feature calling for an investigation on pro-democracy media outlets for “spreading fake news”. Screen capture via Twitter user Galileo...

A Namibian couple’s battle to bring home twin daughters born via surrogacy

A photo of Phillip Lühl (right) and his husband Guillermo Delgado with their family. Photo sourced from their petition page with permission. A Namibian high...
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European Court backs Ukrainian journalist’s right to phone data privacy from the state

Natalia Sedletska hosts Schemes, an investigative TV programme jointly produced by RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service and Ukrainian Public Television. Photo courtesy of RFE/RL Pressroom. The European...

Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing camp wants to ‘get rid of’ pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily

Pro-Beijing Wen Wei Po's full-page feature calling for an investigation on pro-democracy media outlets for “spreading fake news”. Screen capture via Twitter user Galileo...

A Namibian couple’s battle to bring home twin daughters born via surrogacy

A photo of Phillip Lühl (right) and his husband Guillermo Delgado with their family. Photo sourced from their petition page with permission. A Namibian high...

How Azerbaijan’s government abused Facebook’s loopholes—for years

Photo by Alex Haney, Unsplash. https://unsplash.com/photos/AGqzy-Uj3s4 A series of recent reports by the British newspaper The Guardian revealed that Azerbaijani officials have been persistently abusing loopholes on...

Feminist activist in Russia faces prison term for ‘body-positive’ drawings

“My body is not pornography!” reads the protester's placard. “Is this an Article 242?” wonders the policeman. Article 242 of Russia's Criminal Code criminalizes...

LIVE on April 22—Myanmar: Coup & civil disobedience

Graphic of soldiers and civilians by Badiucao. Used with permission. The Tatmadaw, Myanmar’s military, staged a coup on February 1. Two-plus months later, hundreds have...

How resisting the security law clampdown brought out Hongkongers’ creativity

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Herself a victim of cyberbullying, Lindsey Kukunda fights online violence against women in Uganda

Ugandan activist, Lindsey Kukunda. Image used with her permission. Women journalists, feminists, activists, and human rights defenders around the world are facing virtual harassment. In this...

Nepali migrant worker goes home after spending 40 years in the Indian prison system

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European Court backs Ukrainian journalist’s right to phone data privacy from the state

Natalia Sedletska hosts Schemes, an investigative TV programme jointly produced by RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service and Ukrainian Public Television. Photo courtesy of RFE/RL Pressroom. The European...

Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing camp wants to ‘get rid of’ pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily

Pro-Beijing Wen Wei Po's full-page feature calling for an investigation on pro-democracy media outlets for “spreading fake news”. Screen capture via Twitter user Galileo...

A Namibian couple’s battle to bring home twin daughters born via surrogacy

A photo of Phillip Lühl (right) and his husband Guillermo Delgado with their family. Photo sourced from their petition page with permission. A Namibian high...

How Azerbaijan’s government abused Facebook’s loopholes—for years

Photo by Alex Haney, Unsplash. https://unsplash.com/photos/AGqzy-Uj3s4 A series of recent reports by the British newspaper The Guardian revealed that Azerbaijani officials have been persistently abusing loopholes on...

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