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At least 200 killed or abused after being deported by US to El Salvador: HRW
At least 200 people have been either murdered or abused and sexually assaulted after the US deported them back to El Salvador as US President Donald Trump continues crackdown on “illegal aliens.”
Apple accused of crackdown on jailbreaking
Apple is pushing ahead with a lawsuit against Corellium, in what is being labeled as a move to end jailbreaking.
UN condemns Abuja’s brutal crackdown on Islamic Movement in Nigeria
A United Nations rapporteur condemned Nigeria’s brutal crackdown on the country’s Islamic Movement in Nigeria and its leader Ibrahim El-Zakzaky and urged the African country to stop extrajudicial killings by its security forces.
Crackdown on Kashmiri youth to contain protests
Life in Kashmir has come to a standstill after New Delhi revoked the article 370 of the Indian constitution, stripping the disputed region of its autonomous status. Lockdown has so far remained largely in place: Colleges and public transportation remain shut, businesses are closed, and people continue to stay inside their houses. India has however decided to re-open some primary and middle schools as part of its attempt to bring back stability to Kashmir.
Iran slams Nigeria’s deadly crackdown on Zakzaky’s supporters
Iran’s Foreign Ministry condemned Nigeria’s deadly crackdown on supporters of prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, who has been jailed for over four years.
12 guards charged with assaulting prisoners in Bahrain amid crackdown
Twelve prison guards in Bahrain have been charged with physically assaulting inmates, as the ruling Al Khalifah regime presses ahead with its heavy clampdown on political dissidents and pro-democracy activists in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom.
Pakistan takes control of religious schools in continued crackdown
The Pakistani government has taken control of more than 180 purported religious schools as part of a crackdown on militant organizations operating in the country.
Peru launches crackdown on illegal gold mining in Amazon
Peru launched a drive to eliminate illegal gold mining in one of the Amazon’s most biodiverse corners, sending 1,500 police and military officers to a region that has suffered rising deforestation from wildcat mining
EU urges crackdown on 'golden passports' for big investors
The EU Commission has told EU states to tighten checks on non-EU nationals who acquire citizenship – so-called "golden passports" – through investments.
Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa skips Davos forum over unrest, vows probe into crackdown
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has canceled an official trip to Europe over unrest triggered by economic crisis in his home country, vowing to investigate misconduct by security forces following a brutal crackdown on nationwide protests.
Animal advocates: Fatal zoo mauling shows need for crackdown
The fatal mauling of a zoo intern by a lion that escaped from a locked pen illustrates the need for North Carolina regulators to crack down on unaccredited exhibitors of dangerous animals, animal welfare advocates said Monday.
EPA targets Obama crackdown on mercury from coal plants
The US President Donald Trump administration on Friday targeted an Obama-era regulation credited with helping dramatically reduce toxic mercury pollution from coal-fired power plants, saying the benefits to human health and the environment may not be worth the cost of the regulation.
Australia to introduce new technology for drone ‘crackdown’ at airports
Australia will introduce new surveillance technology for a ‘crackdown’ on drones next year, aviation authorities said on Monday, as concerns mount over their increasing prevalence in public areas.
Amnesty International voices concern over Bahrain crackdown on opposition
Amnesty International has expressed “grave concerns” over a campaign of suppression by Bahrain’s ruling Al Khalifah regime against political dissidents and pro-democracy activists in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom.
Despite crackdown, 'junk news' still flourishes on social media
Despite an aggressive crackdown by social media firms, so-called ‘junk news’ is spreading at a greater rate than in 2016 on social media ahead of the US midterm elections, according to researchers.

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