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Iran briefs foreign envoys on human rights achievements
Iran’s Foreign Ministry hosted a meeting with foreign ambassadors in Tehran to brief the envoys on the country’s human rights achievements as part of plans to promote cooperation with other states in promoting human rights.
Human Rights Watch urges Myanmar to ensure aid to civilians in Kachin
Human Rights Watch has urged Myanmar's military to ensure humanitarian aid reaches all civilians who have been caught in fighting between the army and an ethnic armed group in the country's northern state of Kachin.
HRW: Bahrain’s tolerance for dissent approaching vanishing point
Human Rights Watch has warned about the deterioration of human rights situation in Bahrain, saying the ruling Al Khalifah regime used fabricated charges last year to harass, intimidate, and imprison human rights advocates and their relatives.
Brexit bill will leave human rights deficit in UK: Report
The British government’s European Union withdrawal bill will create a human rights deficit in the country, leaving many different groups in society without adequate protection, UK rights organizations have warned.
UN raises alarm over human rights situation in UAE
The UN Human Rights Office has revealed several human rights violations in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), censuring Abu Dhabi in a report over its crackdown on activists, vague “anti-terror” law and censorship.
President Rouhani demands activity report on Citizen Rights Charter
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday urged ministers, vice presidents and government officials to submit the report on their implementation of the Citizen Rights Charter.
Human rights violators, terrorism sponsors behind UN rights report: Iran
Iran has reacted to a recent rights resolution adopted by the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly censuring Tehran for alleged “human rights abuses,” noting that some backers of the resolution were themselves among major and “discredited” violators of human rights and supporters of terrorism.
Iran’s UN envoy slams Canada’s double standards on human rights (video)
A senior Iranian diplomat has blasted Canada for proposing a “politically-motivated” UN resolution on the situation of human rights in Iran, while Ottawa, itself, has long been involved in a broad range of human rights abuses at home and elsewhere.
Iran slams Canada’s selective stances on human rights (Video)
Iran’s Ambassador and Deputy Permanent Representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the UN Es’haq Al-e Habib lambasted Canada’s selective stance on human rights.
Human rights report on Iran influenced by political games: UN envoy
Iranian envoy at the UN said that his doesn’t accept the report of the UN special rapporteur on human rights on Iran because she used inauthentic sources and unrealistic cases
Iran’s HR chief: Anti-Iran sanctions against human rights documents
Head of Iran’s High Council of Human Rights Mohammad-Javad Larijiani said the US, rather than withdrawing from the nuclear deal, will always refuse to fulfill its obligations by ‘nagging’ about it.
French president refuses to criticize Egypt's Sisi over human rights
French President Emmanuel Macron has declined to publicly criticize the rights record of his Egyptian counterpart amid a visit by Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to the Elysee Palace.
US support for Saudis highlight Trump’s indifference to human rights: Analyst
The US government’s support for Saudi Arabia in its brutal war against Yemen highlights that Washington and Riyadh threaten human rights and are indifferent to human suffering, says an American analyst.
Pressure rises at UN on Myanmar over Rohingya crisis
Myanmar’s authorities came under intensifying pressure on Thursday over the Rohingya refugee crisis, with the United Nations secretary general calling it a “human rights nightmare” that has driven more than a half-million civilians into Bangladesh in the past nth.
Human Rights Watch censures Saudi's 'coordinated crackdown on dissent'
Human Rights Watch has decried Saudi Arabia’s "coordinated crackdown on dissent" against a backdrop of arresting scores of opponents, including prominent clerics, in the kingdom.

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