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Tras una década en prisión, el académico indio G.N. Saibaba es absuelto por segunda vez

G.N. Saibaba, un antiguo profesor de la Universidad de Delhi, fue detenido en 2014 y posteriormente condenado mediante la legislación antiterrorista india por presuntos vínculos con el proscrito Partido Comunista de la India (Maoísta)

After a decade in prison, Indian academic G.N. Saibaba acquitted for a second time

G.N. Saibaba, a former professor at Delhi University, was arrested in 2014 and subsequently convicted under India’s anti-terror legislation over alleged ties to the banned Communist Party of India (Maoist)

International uproar following mass raids and arrest of Indian journalists

There has been an outpouring of solidarity following the raid and arrest of journalists in India, who have been targeted as a result of baseless accusations published in the New York Times

50 detenidos y más de 100 domicilios allanados en medio de una amplia represión contra la libertad de prensa en India

En la mañana del 3 de octubre, las autoridades indias llevaron a cabo redadas y detenciones masivas amparándose en la draconiana ley UAPA.

50 detained, over 100 homes raided in sweeping crackdown on press freedom in India

Indian authorities carried out mass raids and detentions under the guise of the draconian UAPA on the morning of October 3

G N Saibaba acquitted India’s Supreme Court suspends acquittal of activist GN Saibaba

GN Saibaba, a professor and an activist, was acquitted by the Nagpur Bench of the Bombay High Court on Friday. He was convicted in 2017

At least 4 Palestinians killed, dozens arrested by Israeli forces and other stories

Today we look at mass arrests and killings of Palestinians in the Occupied West Bank, the detention of Kashmiri journalist Aasif Sultan, and more

Argentina and China sign key agreements on cooperation and trade and other stories

Today we look at the Memorandum of Understanding signed between Argentina and China, the arrest of journalist Fahad Shah in Kashmir, and more

Campaign calling for release of Kashmiri activist Khurram Parvez gains momentum

Following the arrest of activist Khurram Parvez in November, a number of international human rights organizations have launched a solidarity campaign demanding his immediate and unconditional release.

Sudha Bharadwaj granted bail in Bhima Koregaon case after 3 years and other stories

Today we look at the release of Indian activist Sudha Bharadwaj after 3 years in jail, the murder of Filipino journalist Jesus Malabanan, and more

How the Indian state neglects the health of political prisoners

84 year old human rights activist, priest and political prisoner Stan Swamy died in hospital on July 5 in India. Many have called his death an ‘institutional murder’ and a ‘custodial killing.’

Conservatives in the lead as millions of Iranians head to the polls and other stories

Today we look at the presidential elections in Iran, the release of 3 Indian student activists after over a year in detention, and more