Interior Minister instructs his subordinates and the public to refrain from violence.
World Vision raises concerns about the safety of children in the Kingdom.
The Court of Appeal on Tuesday quashed the convictions of six union leaders.
Sri Lankan police arrest 23 people in connection with a spate of attacks on Muslims.
CCAWDU calls to free two members arrested for allegedly instigating violence.
Phnom Penh Court tries four men over a violent brawl sparked by a dog bite.
12 NGos to call on the gov’t to continue to address challenges women are facing.
One Nigerian presidential candidate and civil society groups expressed concern that the vote could now be compromised.
Several member states of the United Nations called for plans to ensure the safety and security of peacekeeping personnel.
Phnom Penh Court convicts an ex-police officer of intentional acts of violence and sentenced him to two years behind bars.
Murders in Mexico rose by 33% in 2018, breaking the record for a second year running.
Former opposition leader Kem Sokha has called on all politicians to cease using immoral tactics in the political arena in 2019.
Nationwide voting opened morning, in Bangladesh’s general elections.
Din Puthy is planning to file an appeal after Banteay Meanchey Provincial Court found him guilty of violence.
About 255,000 people have been displaced by ethnic violence in western Ethiopia.
Bangladesh’s clothing manufacturers are worried violence will spread.
Zimbabwe’s military used excessive force.
Heavy fighting between ethnic groups in southern Ethiopia has killed at least 21 people.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday defended three of six unions leaders found guilty of instigating violence over their roles in violent protests dating back to 2013, noting that they were not involved in the violent demonstrations.
Phnom Penh Court found six union leaders guilty of instigating violence over their roles in violent protests dating back to 2012.
Obrador defends a plan to end lawlessness.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court will on Friday begin the trial of six union leaders charged over their roles in deadly protests following the 2013 election.
Sri Lanka’s parliament erupted in violence over calls for another no-confidence vote.
Unicef has welcomed a reminder issued by the Labour Ministry for businesses to prevent child labour.
The trial for three people accused of beating Cambodia University professor begins.
It seems not all of Myanmar’s most recent Rohingya refugees went to Bangladesh. Some sought a different sanctuary, escaping to India to join thousands of other Rohingya who fled from earlier crackdowns by the Myanmar government.
The bodies of at least 166 people have been found in the Mexican state of Veracruz.
Pursat Provincial Court charges a 51-year-old man over the death of his wife.
Brazil police detain over 2,600 adults in operations carried out against homicide.
Congo approves four more experimental treatments against the deadly Ebola virus.