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Bahraini courts issued death sentences for 32 anti-regime activists since 2011
The Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) has condemned the kingdom’s persistence on passing death sentences against anti-regime activists, calling the practice an “inhuman punishment” as the ruling Al Khalifah regime presses ahead with its heavy clampdown on political dissidents and pro-democracy activists in the kingdom.
Social media manipulation putting UK democracy at risk: Report
The British public is being increasingly manipulated by a campaign of disinformation and fake news in social media, a growing crisis that threatens UK democracy, leaks from a parliamentary inquiry suggests.
Rouhani: Gov’t does not approve ban on Telegram
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said the ban imposed on the popular messaging app Telegram was not carried out by the government, which does not approve of it.
Trump fueling decline of democracy: Freedom House
The first year of US President Donald Trump's presidency has seen an increase in an ongoing trend of democratic decline in the US and around the world, mainly due to Trump's attacks on the press and his administration’s brash foreign policy approach.
Thousands rally in Hong Kong on New Year's Day, call for full democracy
Thousands of people have taken to the streets in Hong Kong on New Year's Day to protest what they called China’s interference in the region’s affairs and the erosion of its autonomy.
UN denounces US decision on Beit-ul-Moqaddas
Zarif slams Trump’s contempt for democracy
The UN General Assembly voted overwhelmingly Thursday to denounce US President Donald Trump’s recognition of Beit-ul-Moqaddas as Israel’s capital, largely ignoring Trump’s threats to cut off aid to any country that went against him.
Nepal votes in first provincial polls amid democracy hopes
Residents of mountain villages and foothill towns voted Sunday in Nepal's first provincial polls, with the hope of bringing government closer to the Himalayan nation's rural and remote areas.
US has become more an 'oligarchy than a democracy’: Jimmy Carter
Former US President Jimmy Carter has warned that money in politics has made the United States more like an “oligarchy than a democracy” and described President Donald Trump’s foreign and domestic policies as a failure.
US will use its power to restore democracy in Venezuela: Pence
US Vice President Mike Pence has said the United States will not allow the “collapse of Venezuela,” adding Washington will use “economic and diplomatic power” to restore democracy in the South American nation.
Leader: Endorsement ceremony of president, sign of democracy in Iran
Endorsement ceremony of Iran's president-elect is a symbol of democracy, Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said here on Thursday.
Zarif: Terrorists hit 'seat of democracy'
Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammad Javad Zarif named Iran the 'seat of democracy'.
Learn from us on democracy, Taiwan tells China on Tiananmen anniversary
Taiwan's president offered on Sunday to help China transition to democracy, on the anniversary of China's bloody crackdown on student-led pro-democracy protests in and around Beijing's Tiananmen Square.
State Dept. official struggles to answer question on Saudi democracy
A senior State Department official was visibly caught off guard when asked about the US government’s criticism of the Iranian elections and its silence over lack of such democratic process in Saudi Arabia.
Missing Thai democracy plaque sparks outcry, junta threats
Thailand's junta on Tuesday warned democracy activists against protesting over the removal of a plaque marking the abolition of the country's absolute monarchy, fuelling fears of official whitewashing of history.

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