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Lift sanctions on Iran, North Korea, Venezuela in coronavirus crisis: UN rights expert
A UN human rights expert called on Tuesday for lifting international sanctions against countries ranging from Iran to North Korea and Venezuela during the coronavirus pandemic.
Eight countries urge UN to call for lifting sanctions amid COVID-19 pandemic
The diplomatic missions of Iran, Russia, China, Syria, North Korea, Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela sent a letter to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, asking him to call for lifting unilateral sanctions that are hindering the fight against COVID-19.
Guterres calls for rolling back sanctions to battle pandemic
United Nations leadership called for rolling back international sanctions regimes around the world, saying they are heightening the health risks for millions of people and weakening the global effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Afghanistan summons UN official over meeting with president’s rival
The Afghan Foreign Ministry has summoned the United Nations (UN) special representative for Afghanistan to protest his meeting with Abdullah Abdullah, a former official and a rival to incumbent President Ashraf Ghani.
UN envoy: Military situation ‘increasingly dire’ in Yemen
The UN special envoy for Yemen warned that the military situation in the war-torn country is growing “increasingly dire,” pointing especially to an alarming escalation in the mountainous northern district of Jawf that has displaced thousands of families.
UAE pouring arms, military supplies into Libya despite UN arms embargo: Report
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is pouring arms and military supplies into Libya despite a United Nations arms embargo against the war-ravaged country, a report says.
UN urged to end brutality against Muslims in India
A large group of Iranian student organizations, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and individuals have penned a letter to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet, asking her to take decisive action to end the ongoing wave of violent attacks and brutality against Muslims in India.
Iranian NGOs, student organizations urge UN to end brutality against Muslims in India
A large group of Iranian student organizations, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and individuals have penned a letter to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet, asking her to take decisive action to end the ongoing wave of violent attacks and brutality against Muslims in India.
Iran’s ‘The Extinction Vortex’ named finalist for UN World Wildlife Day Film Showcase
Iranian documentary ‘The Extinction Vortex’, directed by Fat’hollah Amiri about the endangered Asiatic cheetahs, was named as one of the finalists for World Wildlife Day Film Showcase at the United Nations.
UN rights office calls on Saudi Arabia to release women activists, uphold rights
The United Nations human rights chief has urged Saudi Arabia to release women activists and also uphold freedom of expression and peaceful assembly, as the Arab kingdom prepares to hold the 2020 G20 Riyadh Summit in November.
UN: Rival Libyan politicians meet for peace talks in Geneva
Rival Libyan politicians met on Wednesday for UN-sponsored political talks in Geneva aimed at ending the latest round of fighting over the country's capital, Tripoli.
UN says Libya’s warring sides propose ceasefire proposal in Geneva
The warring sides in Libya have proposed a draft agreement for ceasefire that could turn a frequently-violated fragile truce into a lasting deal and would see the United Nations monitor the safe return of the displaced people in the country, the UN says.

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