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Human Rights Watch called on the UN to examine violence in Belarus

Representatives of the human rights organization Human Rights Watch urged the UN special Rapporteur on Belarus to investigate the violence after the recent presidential election, said on the organization's website.

"The UN special Rapporteur on Belarus should immediately investigate the violence after the elections and to provide urgent updated information to the public, as well as recommendations for action to the protection and responsibility in response to increasing tough measures by the government and serious human rights violations," reads the statement.

Representatives of Human Rights Watch criticized the decision trump the ICC

Representatives of the human rights organization Human Rights Watch criticized the decision of the American President Donald trump on sanctions against people associated with the investigations of the International criminal court (ICC) and called on the international community to intervene.

Earlier, the White house announced that trump signed a decree on sanctions against individuals associated with the investigations of the ICC in relation to military and other officials in the United States, accusing this international structure in biased investigations and corruption, and suspecting the influence of Russia.

In the Estonian language Inspectorate has received more powers

The Estonian Parliament on Wednesday approved amendments to the law, according to which the language Inspectorate is converted to a language Department with more authority, reported the press service of the Supreme legislative body of the Republic.

The language Inspectorate is a governmental institution operating under the Ministry of science and education of Estonia. Its main tasks are the supervision requirements for the use of language in proceedings before bodies of state power and local self-government, as well as in the service sector, trade and health.

"Here freaks": the priests criticized Human Rights Watch for the attitude to Russia

TV presenter Yevgeny Popov criticized the us human rights organization Human Rights Watch for the difference in assessment of the situation with human rights in Russia and the United States.

In his telegram channel, the journalist has noticed that on the website of non-governmental organizations there is no news about the riots in the United States, however, published "treatises about Russia".