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In a new poll released by Amnesty International, 71% of respondents expressed fear over how Big Tech is taking and using their personal data. News
'A Damning Indictment': Global Poll Shows 71% Support Regulation of Tech Giants to Protect Data Privacy
"People want to see an end to tech companies trampling over our right to privacy."
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Iraqi Prime Minister to Step Down as Human Rights Defenders Condemn Security Forces' Attacks on Anti-Government Protesters
The country's top Shiite cleric called for a change in leadership Friday "to preserve the blood of [Iraq's] children."
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'We Don't Believe in Locking Up Children. Do You?' Amnesty Billboards Condemn Trump's Mass Detention of Migrant Kids
"World Children's Day is a day for children, yet children in this very country are denied their freedom. The Trump administration has detained children for the act of seeking safety."
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Amnesty International Amplifies Clemency Demand for Rodney Reed as Supreme Court Considers Taking Up Case
"Killing a person creates a murderer out of the executioner, is not justice for Stacey Stites, and deprives Rodney Reed of dignity and humanity."
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No More Deaths volunteer Scott Warren News
A Refrain of 'Drop the Charges' Rises as Scott Warren Faces Retrial for Giving Aid to Migrants in Need
"No one should die while attempting to migrate, and no one deserves to be punished for working to prevent those deaths."
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Women hold a flag saying 'Refugees Welcome' as thousands of Canadians take part in a massive protest against President Trump's travel ban on Muslims News
Rights Groups in Canadian Court Because 'The US Cannot Be Considered a Safe Country for Refugees'
The advocacy groups want the Canadian government to uphold its human rights obligations and ditch the Safe Third Country Agreement.
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Police investigate a truck at an industrial park in the United Kingdom News
'Beyond Horrific': UK Police Find 39 People Dead in Truck Container, Possible Victims of Human Trafficking Effort
"People who are forced to take dangerous journeys to reach Europe, in this case the U.K., often do so because current immigration policies deny them safe and legal options."
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As Trump Downplays Attack on Kurds, Amnesty Details Turkish War Crimes and 'Utterly Callous Disregard for Civilian Life'
"Killing defenseless people in cold blood is utterly reprehensible and a blatant war crime," said Amnesty International secretary general Kumi Naidoo
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Tens of Thousands Flee Syrian Border Towns as Turkey Bombards Country Following Trump's Green Light
"If the offensive continues it's possible a total of 300,000 people could be displaced to already overstretched camps and towns still recovering from the fight against ISIS."
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A file photo dated May 25, 2018 shows Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed during his meeting with President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame (not seen) at the National Palace in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali won a Nobel Peace Prize in 2019. (Photo by Minasse Wondimu Hailu/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) News
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Awarded 2019 Nobel Peace Prize
Though the necessary work is far from done, said Amnesty International's Kumi Naidoo, "Truly remarkable human rights reforms have happened under his leadership."
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