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    OCHCR chief says “protests in the US is exposing ‘endemic inequalities’ which has long been ignored”

    OCHCR chief says “protests in the US is exposing ‘endemic inequalities’ which has long been ignored”

    U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet denounced the killing of George Floyd by a police officer in Powderhorn Park neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. She expressed on Tuesday that the continuing protests…

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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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    Qatari regime: endless violations of “a system without conscience”, British newspapers expose.

    Qatari regime: endless violations of “a system without conscience”, British newspapers expose.

    The Qatari regime continues its inhuman policies against expatriates, specifically the 2022 World Cup facilities’ workers. Despite many and repeated promises from the Tamim bin Hamad government to the international community confirming an efficient improvement…

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    Qatar’s human rights and foreign workers rights violations.

    Qatar’s human rights and foreign workers rights violations.

    Haitham Sharabi, a human rights researcher, confirmed that there are strong opportunities towards an international escalation against the Qatari regime after the exacerbation of human rights violations and international condemnations against the human rights file…

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    Qatar admits violating the rights of the World Cup 2020 workers.

    Qatar admits violating the rights of the World Cup 2020 workers.

    The Qatari government recognized the violations that affected thousands of workers working in World Cup facilities, after widespread protests in Doha by workers. The Qatari government’s recognition came in a statement published by the government’s…

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    The European Union is moving to withdraw franchises from Cambodia due to human rights violations.

    The European Union is moving to withdraw franchises from Cambodia due to human rights violations.

    The European Commission decided to partially withdraw the trade concessions granted to Cambodia under a program to assist developing countries, due to “serious and systematic” violations of human rights. The decision will enter into force…

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    What Europe is doing for human rights in China

    What Europe is doing for human rights in China

    By Victoria Hudson. During the weeks before the spread of the coronavirus, China had ended up in newspapers around the world for a completely different story: the human rights violations of the Uyghurs, an ethnic…

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    Researchers demand Qatar preventive measures to protect the workers of the World Cup 2022.

    Researchers demand Qatar preventive measures to protect the workers of the World Cup 2022.

    Researchers called on the Qatari government to take preventive measures to reduce sunlight injury to workers who work in sports facilities, which endangers their lives. Researchers from the Fame Lab at the University of Thessaly…

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    Welsh Education Decides To Drop Opt-Out Arrangement For Parents

    Welsh Education Decides To Drop Opt-Out Arrangement For Parents

    Religion cannot be a compulsion; it should be a choice. This has been made clear at the Welsh education system. Up until now, parents could withdraw their children from religion lessons. But now, this provision…

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    Britain Supports Spyware Maker That Flaunts Human Rights

    Britain Supports Spyware Maker That Flaunts Human Rights

    In a surprising revelation, a British newspaper has revealed how British government has gone out of its way to help a controversial Israeli spyware company to market its surveillance technologies at a secretive trade fair…