China regime victimizes family of outspoken beauty queen

China regime victimizes family of outspoken beauty queen

by WorldTribune Staff, July 31, 2018 Anastasia Lin, a former Miss World Canada who was born in China, said her family is continually threatened and harassed by Chinese authorities due to Lin’s lack of restrain in speaking frankly about China’s human rights record. Lin said her family members are often visited by police, their phones […]

UN rights specialist in Seoul to explore N. Korea opening

UN rights specialist in Seoul to explore N. Korea opening

by WorldTribune Staff, June 28, 2018 The UN’s special rapporteur on human rights will travel to South Korea next week in an effort to engage in talks on human rights in the North. Tomas Ojea Quintana, who will begin an eight-day visit on July 2, also called for the issue of human rights in North […]

Straight-talking Amb. Haley heads U.S.-led international response to North Korea crisis

Straight-talking Amb. Haley heads U.S.-led international response to North Korea crisis

by WorldTribune Staff, December 12, 2017 Diplomats have taken a back seat to tough generals in the Trump administration on geopolitics and foreign policy. But straight-talking Amb. to the UN Nikki Haley has emerged as an effective U.S. voice in marshaling an international response to the ultimate nightmare: rogue state nuclear terrorism. North Korean leader […]

Cuban government blocks text messages using words such as ‘democracy’, ‘human rights’

by WorldTribune Staff, September 8, 2016 “Democracy”, “human rights” and “hunger strike” are on a list of 30 keywords being blocked in text messages by Cuba’s communist government. Prominent blogger Yoani Sanchez and journalist Reinaldo Escobar found that the Castro regime is filtering the keywords and blocking the transmission of any texts that contain them. […]