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African campaigners demand probe into Rwandan’s death

Ninety rights groups and civil society organisations from across Africa have called

How Egyptian police hunt LGBT people on dating apps

In Egypt, homosexuality is highly stigmatised, and there have long been allegations

Blinken says US will keep pressing Egypt on human rights

The United States will continue to encourage Egypt to take steps on

Zimbabwe releases 25 opposition members on bail

Twenty-five members of the Zimbabwean opposition party, the Citizens Coalition for Change

Human Rights Watch urges Morocco not to extradite Saudi Shi’ite

A human rights watchdog called on Morocco on Friday not to extradite

Ghana Appears Before UN Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review

Ghana’s human rights record has been examined by the UN Human Rights

Kenyan court convicts Venezuelan diplomat of murder

A Kenyan court on Wednesday convicted a Venezuelan diplomat over the murder

South Africa: Victims of Johannesburg’s Alleged Child Sex Ring from Disadvantaged Background- SAPS

Most of the victims of the widely reported Johannesburg's alleged child sex

Nigerian Islamic teacher bags life jail for defiling eight pupils

Justice Abiola Soladoye of an Ikeja Domestic Violence and Sexual Offences Court,

Women in Sierra Leone can finally own land

It’s a new dawn for the women of Sierra Leone after President