Human Rights Watch says Trump’s immigration policy could see hundreds of thousands of refugees returned to places where their lives are in danger. Its German director tells DW such measures break international law.
Hungary is starving some rejected asylum-seekers in transit zones to force them to drop their appeals, a rights group claims. Human Rights Watch worries that a policy implemented this month could expand.
Attacks on hospitals by both the military and armed separatists have left medical professionals in Anglophone Cameroon concerned for their lives.
The UN said crimes committed against Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine State amount to the gravest crimes under international law. The report has used some of the strongest language yet on the military crackdown in Myanmar.
The German Bundesliga champions are in Qatar for their winter training camp. In an interview with DW, Human Rights Watch’s Wenzel Michalski criticizes the trip, urging the club to publicly address human rights issues.
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