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A woman in Aceh, Indonesia, who was gang-raped by eight men and at risk of being caned is safe for now.
The Australian Government announces it will invest directly into grassroots Afghan women's organisations.
Two-decade battle ends in victory for the Sawhoyamaxa Indigenous community after President signs law.
Much to the relief of his family and supporters, Chinese human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng was released on 7 August 2014, having reached the end of his three-year suspended sentence
Uganda's Constitutional Court has ruled the Anti-Homosexuality Act "null and void" because too few representatives were present for the vote when it was passed by parliament in December 2013.
A Syrian woman has been released from detention under the terms of a presidential amnesty, which pardons individuals charged with certain offences. She is one of the few political detainees known to have benefited from this amnesty so far.
Meriam Yehya Ibrahim, a Christian Sudanese woman sentenced to death by hanging for "apostasy" and to flogging for "adultery", has been released after an appeal court found her not guilty of both charges.
China's Supreme People's Court has overturned the death sentence of a woman convicted of killing her husband following months of domestic abuse.
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