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An overwhelming majority of Americans, particularly whites, are adamant about the constitutional right to bear arms, a poll showed this week amid a rash of shootings across the US.
Authorities in the southern US state of Texas executed an African American man on Tuesday despite protests from human rights groups that said he was mentally disabled.
Communist Vietnam is considering legalising same-sex marriage, which would catapult it to the fore of gay rights in Asia, where traditional values dominate many societies and sodomy is illegal in some.
Gays and lesbians puckered up at "kiss-ins" outside Chick-fil-A outlets across the United States in protest over the fast-food chain's opposition to same-sex marriage.
A Japanese paper firm whose factory was at the centre of deadly weekend protests in China said Monday it was concerned about the demonstration, but rejected pollution claims as "groundless".
North Korea's notoriously harsh secret police consists of vast and sometimes competing agencies that will pose a major challenge to any potential attempts at reform.
The license of the camp for troubled children adopted from foreign countries called Ranch for Kids in Montana was suspended in 2010.
Astana shares the concerns over the situation in North African and Middle Eastern countries: Foreign Minister of Kazakhstan.
They are either fired or not hired. This is an unspoken rule for many commercial structures: human rights activist.
Management of RKCU-Uralsk billing company has obliged its transport controllers to wear electronic collars with GPS navigators.
Kuanysh Sultanov was appointed chairman of Kazakhstan President’s Human Rights Commission
Kazakhstan General Prosecution Office will prepare a draft law with notification-based permit for peaceful meetings, rallies and demonstrations.
A citizen of Shymkent moved to a neighboring country because of constant insults for his sexual orientation.
A report on human rights in Kazakhstan will be reviewed by the UN Human Rights Commission in an online session.
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