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Yemen

UN Chief: Saudi Coalition Attacks Killed Children in Yemen

Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says in a draft report that the Saudi-led coalition was responsible for more than half the children…

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Middle East

Syria militants attacks weakening taboo against chemical weapons: UN

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says Syrian militants’ use of chemical weapons may weaken the “taboo” against the use of…

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Articles

OIC Hijacked by Saudi Regime

The Jeddah-based Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has failed to fulfill its key mandate while being openly biased to the…

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Bahrain

Rights activist banned from leaving Bahrain for possessing info on regime abuse

Bahraini authorities have prevented a senior human rights activist from traveling to Switzerland to attend a United Nations Human Rights…

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World

UN chief urges Myanmar to respect human rights

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has called on Myanmar’s new leadership to pay “full respect” to human rights in…

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World

Kofi Annan to advise Myanmar on Rohingya Muslims

Myanmar has picked former UN chief Kofi Annan to lead a commission tasked with stopping human rights abuses in Rakhine…

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Yemen

Children Paying ‘Heaviest Price’ of Yemen War: UNICEF

Children are paying the heaviest price of the conflict in Yemen, said Julien Harneis, UNICEF representative in Yemen, who added…

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Iran

UN betrayed Yemeni children by de-listing Saudi Arabia: Iran

Iran says the United Nations (UN)’s decision to temporarily reverse the blacklisting of Saudi Arabia for killing Yemeni children amounts…

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World

UN chief voices concerns over Turkey’s post-coup crackdown

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon calls on Turkey to present “credible evidence” for those detained in its post-coup crackdown.…

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World

Daesh may relocate amid losses in Libya’s Sirte, UN warns

The UN chief has warned that Daesh terrorists may set up new terror cells in Libya and North Africa as…

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