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The Catholic leader noted the resurgence of Nazi symbols and an increase in politicians targeting gay people, Jewish people, and gypsies
Controversial bill was thwarted five years ago, but the government wants to curb "unnatural sex"
Sultan says there will be a "de facto moratorium" on executing gay people
Bank of America, JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank and more are boycotting Brunei-owned properties
Country demanded "respect and understanding" in a letter to the European Union
The University of Aberdeen has revoked an honorary degree it bestowed on the Sultan of Brunei in 1995 after the Southeast Asian ruler’s country passed...
Human rights observer says rightward shift in global politics made Brunei believe it could avoid public scrutiny and criticism
Celebrities urge consumers not to allow their money to be used to bolster countries that commit human rights abuses
LGBTQ people face a "dangerous crisis" as Brunei continues its rollout of Sharia law
With the expected implementation of an anti-LGBT law in Brunei that would punish homosexuality with death by stoning, LGBT-rights advocates are mobilizing against the financial...
Due to the expected implementation of a Brunei law that would make homosexuality punishable by stoning, a major LGBT advocacy organization is relocating a scheduled...
“Under international law, stoning people to death constitutes torture or other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment and is thus clearly prohibited.” — Rupert...