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UN rights chief urges Myanmar to halt abuses, `get back on track'

 The United Nations human rights chief warned Wednesday that widespread abuses of minority rights in Myanmar threatened to undermine reforms in the country.

Canberra silent on Sri Lanka abuses in `boat people` deal: Report

Australia stayed silent about human rights abuses in Sri Lanka in exchange for its cooperation in cracking down on people-smuggling, Colombo`s new Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said in an interview published Monday.

US TV anchor abuses on live TV broadcast

In an unusual live TV gaffe, a news anchor in the US abused on air during his debut broadcast and was suspended for making the mistake.

Philippines alarmed by alleged Malaysian abuses

Philippine officials o Sunday asked the Malaysian government to clarify news reports of Filipinos in Malaysia`s eastern Sabah state allegedly being mistreated by authorities.

Pak worried as US discusses human rights `abuses`

Five US lawmakers who attended the hearing stressed the
right to self-determination of the Baloch people.

Big B abuses in ‘Bbuddah...’, but in amusing way!

Amitabh has found a new way of hurling abuses in his forthcoming film ‘Bbuddah...’.

UN warns of `shocking` abuses in Bahrain

Sunni Muslim rulers are waging a bloody crackdown on Shi’ite-led protesters.

Rani Mukerji smokes, abuses in `No One Killed Jessica`

Rani Mukerji plays a journalist who smokes cigarettes and hurls abuses.

US to press Sri Lanka on human rights abuses

The United States continues to stress on the importance of ending human rights abuses in Sri Lanka and asks the Rajapaksa Government to return displaced
persons back to home, a senior official has said.

Lima apologises to Afro-Peruvians for abuses

The government of Peru is apologising to its Afro-Peruvian population for the first time for centuries of abuse, exclusion and discrimination.

Video appears to show Pakistan Army abuses

Video apparently showing Pakistani soldiers beating men detained in anti-militant operations has surfaced on the Internet, drawing criticism from a leading rights group.

US launches probe into alleged CIA abuses

The Obama administration launched a criminal investigation Monday into harsh questioning of detainees during president George W Bush`s war on terrorism.