Censorship and bogus claims of antisemitism are among the heavy handed tactics used to quell criticism of Israeli policy in U.S. universities, according to a pair of newly released reports.
Persistent rumors of coup plots and simmering fears of violence turned Ecuador's typically drowsy capital Quito into the scene of a tense standoff on Thursday night.
An online database is “exposing” students who participate in Pro-Palestine activism, but the identity of the creators of the site itself remains a mystery.
So, I went down the rabbit hole of Australia's anti-halal campaign, and things got pretty weird.
Indigenous Australian community organizer Jodie Bell speaks about the Western Australian government's threat to shut down remote Indigenous communities.
Australian activists joined over 700 detained asylum seekers in a hunger strike Tuesday to protest the government's abusive refugee policy.
A lawyer defending a Guantanamo Bay detainee says the full, still classified 6000 page report on CIA torture contains “acts of unspeakable horror.”
Even though children are suspected to be among the CIA's victims, torture may actually work – just not in the way you think it does.
Indigenous leaders in Australia have warned that the levels of Indigenous deaths in custody remain at “outrageous” levels, more than 20 years after a royal commission sought to end the tragedies.
I speak to Kurdish rights activist Naila Bozo and Kurdish journalist Amed Dicle about the human impact of Turkey's crackdown on Kurdish freedom of speech.