The minister urges them to be sympathetic to the plight of Orang Asli putting up blockades against logging.
They hand over memo to prime minister listing their grouses and to be treated more humanely.
Jair Bolsonaro says he was working and studying since eight years old, a claim his brother contradicts.
Bar president Abdul Fareed Abdul Gafoor says current laws do not accord them recognition or protection.
A federal judge in Seattle rules that Attorney General Barr's decree infringed on the US constitution.
Kadeer says Uighur culture can vanish if "strong actions" are not taken by China's trading partners.
Wang Quanzhang’s wife says her husband’s health has deteriorated during the long incarceration, noting that he had lost so much weight.
Yuka Morinaga says her husband, Alek Sigley, is always trying to demystify North Korea unlike the typical Western media.
Canberra says it was 'urgently seeking clarification' on a man 'who has been reported as being detained in North Korea'.
An Army spokesman defends the move saying the facial identification scheme is needed to root out insurgents deploying mobile phone-detonated home-made bombs.
The UN rights chief met relatives of these detainees, many of whom are accused of 'conspiracy' to overthrow the government.
Missouri lawmakers passed a bill last month banning abortion after eight weeks of pregnancy including in cases of rape and incest.
Dozens of demonstrators gather outside the UN's European HQ urging the UN Human Rights Council take on President Donald Trump's administration.
Judge Michael Stelzer ordered that the clinic's license 'shall not expire and shall remain in effect until a ruling on petitioner's request for preliminary injunction'.
In recent times, activists say believers have found a new enemy: sexual minorities.
Joseph Pairin Kitingan, the Huguan Siou of the Kadazandusun Muruts, says although some problems have been resolved there remain many issues that adversely affect the indigenous people of Sabah.
The mola design is considered like a flag to the Guna people, a cultural identity.
Victims of rape shares their story of abortion and what impact it could have had on them if they weren’t able to rid of their pregnancies.
Amnesty International says Maduro's opponents are tortured and killed during the protests.
Georgia's republican governor, Brian Kemp, signed the abortion bill into law on Tuesday.
SAPP president Yong Teck Lee says Sabahans are disappointed that the federal government has not kept its pledges regarding oil royalties and reduction in fuel prices.
Last week, the United States invited the head of the World Uighur Congress, Dolkun Isa, to address the UN forum on indigenous peoples, infuriating China.
The UN working group noted the Swedish allegations – the initial offence that triggered his British arrest – had been withdrawn and that the original bail terms should therefore have been nullified.
Li Wenzu says no one has seen her husband ever since his arrest.