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In a spin of a year Houthi militias committed 18000 human rights violations

In a spin of a year Houthi militias committed 18000 human rights violations

More than 18,000 human rights violations were committed by the Houthi militia against civilians and public and private property in Yemen , The Human Rights Office in Yemen has documented, these violations took place within…

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Qatar : worker’s rights in time of Coronavirus

Qatar : worker’s rights in time of Coronavirus

16 non-governmental organizations appealed to the Qatari authorities to provide adequate protection against the Corona virus for migrant workers, after reaching a total of 1075 cases. Human Rights Watch announced, on Friday. The list of…

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Global farmers loom at heavy losses amid largest Coronavirus lockdown

Global farmers loom at heavy losses amid largest Coronavirus lockdown

People across the globe are facing the biggest lockdown in the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak which has brought the lives of the people to a standstill. While the shutdown has been imposed for the…

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The conditions of migrant workers perceived as potential carriers of the new coronavirus in Kashmir

The conditions of migrant workers perceived as potential carriers of the new coronavirus in Kashmir

With the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, in Jammu and Kashmir, many migrant workers stranded in the region are making a desperate appeal to the Indian government for food and transportation. Musharraf Shareef, a…

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Call for release of jail inmates across countries over Coronavirus fears

Call for release of jail inmates across countries over Coronavirus fears

In the wake of rising cases of Coronavirus pandemic, demands have emerged for the release of prisoners across various counties due to the unsanitary conditions of the prisons which can have a serious threat to…

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Human Rights Commission warns India about the anti-covid19 measures taking that harms  the poor and weak populations

Human Rights Commission warns India about the anti-covid19 measures taking that harms the poor and weak populations

India, home to one sixth of the world’s population, has taken strict measures to curb the spread of the Corona virus in the country. In addition to imposing the complete closure, some Indian states resorted…

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Human rights in Algeria calls for strict compliance with anti-Coronavirus regulations

Human rights in Algeria calls for strict compliance with anti-Coronavirus regulations

The National Council for Human Rights in Algeria called responsibility and strict observance of the instructions issued by the country’s authorities and by the World Health Organization on combating the Corona virus. The Council affirmed…

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Is Internet Lockdown Justified In India and Bangladesh?

Is Internet Lockdown Justified In India and Bangladesh?

According to the Human Rights Watch, India has imposed an Internet restriction on certain states of the country, which is gross violation of civilian human rights.  In an attempt to curb communal unrest that is…

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Nagarpuh: might justice be done

Nagarpuh: might justice be done

After the assassination of around 20 people in the locality of Ngarbuh in Cameroun on February 14, the Head of State had ordered the opening of an investigation. This commission of inquiry chaired by the…

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UN steps up measures to protect migrants and refugees amid Coronavirus outbreak

UN steps up measures to protect migrants and refugees amid Coronavirus outbreak

In a major step taken to protect the migrant workers during Coronavirus outbreak across the world, four UN agencies have released a joint statement ensuring the safety of the migrants during the pandemic. The World…