At the grasslands of Milwane Wildlife Sanctuary in Swaziland
observed by Jane Goodall Institute researchers in Gombe National Park, Tanzania
Found in Pilanesberg National Park, South Africa
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Chinese mourned South African anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela on Friday, but took to the Internet to ask awkward questions about their own human rights leaders, many of whom are in ...
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A new proposal could see the International Criminal Court try high-ranking suspects in their absence if passed. The proposed draft targets article 134 of the Rome Statute on Rules of ...
Source: Africa Review
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Account by Alemtsahye Gebrekidan, the founder of Former Child Wives Foundation, the Campaign Against Child Marriage in Ethiopia, a member of Girls Not Brides.
Source: Girls Not Brides
France said on Thursday that Central African Republic was "on the verge of genocide" and it expected the United Nations to give Paris and the African Union permission to intervene. ...
Ali Salem Tamek, a well known Saharawi human rights defender, was about to leave for Europe to undergo surgery, when the Moroccan police came to arrest his wife on false ...
Source: Western Sahara Solidarity Group
The UN Security Council has rejected an attempt to suspend the trials of Kenya's president and vice-president at the International Criminal Court (ICC). A resolution had been proposed by African ...
Mauritania has the highest proportion of people in slavery in the world. According to one NGO in Mauritania, up to 20 percent of the Mauritanian population is enslaved.
Source: Global Slavery Index
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Source: Huffington Post