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Inhuman conditions of migrants detained in Libya

Inhuman conditions of migrants detained in Libya

At the end of 2017, horrific images of migrants sold as mere commodities in Libya were travelling around the world. This sparked a global outcry and pushed many leaders, in Europe, in Africa, in Libya,…

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HRW report details extent of coronavirus outbreaks in Qatar central prison

HRW report details extent of coronavirus outbreaks in Qatar central prison

A new report from the Human Rights Watch (HRW) is providing the first snapshot of the extent of coronavirus outbreaks in Doha central jail, where hundreds of inmates and staff have tested positive to COVID-19.…

Labour rights
Supreme Court Intervenes To Protect Migrants Workers

Supreme Court Intervenes To Protect Migrants Workers

Nepal Learns The Lesson In Good Governance: The apathy of Kathmandu government for its migrant workers has pushed them to seek court ruling so that their human rights are not violated. As the city went…

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Waiting forever to go home

Waiting forever to go home

The Coronavirus pandemic has worsened the prospects of those migrants stuck indefinitely in Russia’s detention centres. With international borders closed and all train and flight services suspended, thousands of migrants continue their long vigil inside…

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A UN draft resolution calls for a three-month global humanitarian truce

A UN draft resolution calls for a three-month global humanitarian truce

The UN Security Council intends to vote on a draft resolution calling for the establishment of a “humanitarian truce” for 90 days in all armed conflicts around the world to allow the delivery of humanitarian…

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The United Nations warns many countries about repression practices

The United Nations warns many countries about repression practices

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, warned on Monday that some countries would take the exceptional measures prescribed to curb the spread of the Corona virus as a pretext for violating…

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How Free Press Outside China Fights For Chinese Muslim Freedom

How Free Press Outside China Fights For Chinese Muslim Freedom

Trying to fight of the rights of more than a million Chinese Muslims stuck in so called ‘re-education camps’ where the Chinese government is determined to indoctrinate them with Chinese Communist Party teachings, a radio…

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Thousands of detainees were tortured by his hands …a Syrian officer brought to justice for the first time

Thousands of detainees were tortured by his hands …a Syrian officer brought to justice for the first time

The trial case of the officer, Anwar Raslan, a dissident from the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime of about 8 years ago, is again coming to the fore after setting the date for his first…

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Qatar Worker’s Crisis in Education

Qatar Worker’s Crisis in Education

Foreign workers in Qatar continue to suffer from discrimination in various aspects of life, including the field of education, which has drawn international criticism. In this context, the United Nations expert has warned to assess…

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A call to extermination ignites Syrian anger

A call to extermination ignites Syrian anger

The statements of a media official in the Syrian Democratic Council have sparked a storm of criticism among Syrians on the communication sites during the past hours, after he called for the killing of nearly…