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Parliament slams UNGA anti-Iran resolution
The Iranian Parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Committee in a statement on Wednesday condemned a United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) resolution which claims human rights violations in the country.
US promoting human rights based on arms deals: Iran
Iran has rejected new US claims about Tehran's acts of terror and violence abroad, saying American officials are explicitly and shamelessly promoting a new paradigm of defending human rights based on the volume of arms deals and under the guise of deceptive human rights slogans and cries.
Saudi Arabia rebuked at UN rights council over dire human rights record
Saudi Arabia has been castigated over its dismal human rights record at the United Nations Human Rights Council, as the Arab kingdom faces a torrent of widespread international condemnation over the “premeditated” gruesome killing of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in its consulate in Istanbul last month.
Major British firm complicit in Israeli war crimes
Human rights groups have demanded the British authorities to open up an investigation into the use of UK firm J.C. Bamford Excavators Limited's (JCB) equipment in Israel's crimes against Palestinians.
UN panel urges France to review ban on full-body Islamic veil
The UN Human Rights Committee urges France to review its ban on the niqab, the full-body Islamic veil, saying the legislation is a violation of human rights.
Bahrain’s Al Khalifah regime perpetrated 2,165 human rights violations in 2017: Rights group
An independent human rights group says it documented 2,165 cases of grave human rights violations in Bahrain last year as the ruling Al Khalifah regime relentlessly continues with its crackdown on human rights activists and pro-democracy campaigners in the kingdom.
Iran: US unilateral sanctions to violate basic human rights
Iran’s envoy to the United Nations slammed Washington’s ‘morally wrong’ measures against other countries, saying that unilateral sanctions amount to collective punishment and violate basic human rights.
Bahraini regime committed some 850 grave human rights violations in July: Rights group
An independent human rights group has documented 844 cases of grave human rights violations in Bahrain during the month of July as the ruling Al Khalifah regime relentlessly continues with its crackdown on human rights activists and pro-democracy campaigners in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom.
UK mass spying regime violated human rights: European Court of Human Rights
The UK government’s mass surveillance program known as “Big Brother” violated human rights and had “no real safeguards,” the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has said in a landmark ruling.
UN human rights chief calls on Myanmar to free Reuters jailed reporters
The new UN human rights chief has called on Myanmar to free two Reuters journalists jailed for their reporting of the military’s ethnic-cleansing campaign against Rohingya Muslims in the Southeast Asian country.
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.

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