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7 verification tools for better fact-checking

By Ellis Wills-Harper From Reuters Community This handy guide outlines go-to tools for verification Reuters Institute researchers found than less than half the population (43%) trust the media, across all the 36 countries surveyed. One way publishers can improve trust is…

Amnesty International: English-speaking Caribbean – time to make the death penalty history

From Amnesty International Ten years ago, on 19 December 2008, the authorities of Saint Kitts and Nevis carried out what was to become the last execution in the Americas, outside the USA. This anniversary, which follows on from the observance…

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Hackers beat 2-factor protection with automated phishing attacks

By Michael Kan for PCMag From Mashable PCMag.com is a leading authority on technology, delivering Labs-based, independent reviews of the latest products and services. Our expert industry analysis and practical solutions help you make better buying decisions and get more…

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‘They use black men as slaves’: Migrants tell of brutality in Libya

By Lorenzo D’Agostino, From CNN (CNN) At the heart of the deadliest migrant route in the world, a small number of rescue boats brave the choppy waters of the winter Mediterranean. They are picking up stranded migrants attempting to cross…

The Editor Speaks: Human rights

Human Rights Day passed with hardly a whimper last Sunday (10). There were no Ministerial messages to remind us how important the day is here in the Cayman Islands. This is probably because we live in a country where human…

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Human rights advocates under threat worldwide

From DW More and more human rights advocates are paying the ultimate price for their activism. Many are threatened and harassed. For years, the situation of human rights advocates has been growing worse. “It’s very difficult trying to hide where…

ILO drops Qatar investigation

Global News From Freedom United The International Labour Organization (ILO) has dropped its investigation into Qatar’s treatment of foreign workers — many of whom are working to build facilities for the upcoming 2022 World Cup. The decision follows Qatar’s promises…

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Amnesty says Australia’s treatment of refugees amounts to ‘systematic’ torture

By Ariel Bogle From Mashable A major report by Amnesty International has condemned Australia’s treatment of asylum seekers as a “deliberate and systematic regime” of neglect and cruelty, amounting to torture. Released Monday, the “Island of Despair” is based on…

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Dominican Republic’s absurd laws shatter star boxer’s promising career

By Josefina Salomón News writer at Amnesty International From Caribbean News Now SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — When Adonis Peguero Louis won the pre-selection test to join the Dominican Republic’s national boxing team, the young man’s future played before him. As…

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Jailbreak: More than 500 prisoners escape in Central African Republic

BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS From Mashable BANGUI, Central African Republic — The worst violence to hit Bangui, Central African Republic’s capital, in a year further deteriorated Monday as more than 500 inmates escaped from a prison and militia fighters looted…