Amnesty International names five new political prisoners in Cuba
Tuesday, 27 August 2019 Amnesty International named five new prisoners of conscience in Cuba on Monday and said their detention underscored how the presidential handover last year from Raul Castro had not changed the Communist-run country's repressive tactics.
Carnegie Institution for Science and International Astronomical Union announced the winners of a Twitter naming competition for five of Jupiter's twelve new moons that were discovered last July. Find out who has entered Jupiter’s pantheon of moons!
Amnesty International, the premiere human rights organization, says Facebook and Google pose an unprecedented systematic threat to human rights. Specifically,... engadget Also reported by •WorldNews •TechCrunch