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UN urges Saudi Arabia to release activists
The United Nations human rights office called on Saudi Arabia on Tuesday to release all peaceful activists, including women held for campaigning against a ban on driving even as it was being lifted.
Human Rights Watch censures Morocco for jailing journalist
Human Rights Watch has denounced the latest prison sentence given to a prominent journalist in Morocco on a "dubious charge" connected to a northern protest movement.
New Syrian refugees not welcomed in Turkey, says Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch has accused Turkish authorities of practically blocking new refugee arrivals from Syria, saying the registration process for refugees has almost fully stopped in nine provinces on or near the Syrian border as well as in Istanbul.
Leader: West’s human rights posture ‘shameless’
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei strongly denounced Western states for their pretense of advocating human rights while in reality they support terrorist groups and acts of terror.
Judiciary Chief: Human rights a tool to pressure countries
Iran's Judiciary chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani referred to human rights issue as one of the most important challenges, saying that Iran's enemies especially US use it as a tool to put pressure on other countries.
Russia skeptical about UN human rights report on Syria’s Eastern Ghouta: FM Lavrov
Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says he is “skeptical” about a United Nations report accusing the Syrian government of committing alleged crimes against humanity when its troops carried out a military operation in Eastern Ghouta earlier this year.
Human rights council seat vacated by US will be filled by member from same region: UN
As the US is the first member to withdraw from the Human Rights Council, there is no past practice in terms of procedures for withdrawal or for replacement, says spokesman.
EU may cancel Brexit security deal if UK quits European Court of Human Rights
The European Union is threatening to nullify any EU-UK security partnership following Britain’s exit from the bloc if the UK leaves the European Court of Human Rights.
European Parliament calls on Bahrain to end human rights violations
The European Parliament has called on Bahrain to immediately put an end to persecution of human rights activists in the country.
UN calls for inquiry into human rights violations in Kashmir
Indian security forces have used excessive force in Kashmir and killed and wounded numerous civilians since 2016, the United Nations said on Thursday, calling for an international inquiry into alleged violations in the disputed territory.
Qatar takes UAE to UN human rights court over rights violations
Qatar has filed a case against the United Arab Emirates (UAE) at the UN’s highest court, accusing Abu Dhabi of human rights violations amid a year-long boycott of Doha by a Saudi-led bloc of four Arab nations.
Vietnam upholds sentence for prominent human rights activists
A Vietnamese court on Monday upheld prison sentences against four human rights campaigners convicted of attempting to overthrow the state, a lawyer said.
China denounces US over human rights
China has denounced the United States for hypocrisy and its own rights issues in its annual rebuttal to criticism from Washington about Beijing’s human rights record.
UN calls on Hungary to crack down on hate speech against minorities, including Muslims
The United Nations Human Rights Committee has urged Hungary to crack down on hate speech made and spread by the country’s politicians against minorities, including Muslims, calling on the nationalist government to repeal a law allowing police to force out irregular refuges without giving them a chance to seek asylum.

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