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The Open-Ended Attacks to Iran Embassies, in Paris this time

TruthNGO- Early this morning today a group belong to Kurdish Komalah party attacked to Iran Embassy in Paris. It is said that in spite of advance notice of possible attack the French Police did not take any measures attending the scene. It’s been the fourth time this year that Iran Embassy has been attacked by protesters in other countries including …

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U.S. Complicity in Saudi Coalition Massacres in Yemen

TruthNGO- The U.N. confirmed that the attack that killed more than twenty Yemeni women and children last Thursday was carried out by the Saudi coalition: As reported by The american conservative, the United Nations said Friday that a Saudi-led airstrike had killed at least 22 children and four women in Yemen as they fled a fighting zone — the second …

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Female Activist In Saudi Arabia May Be Executed For Anti-Government Protests

TruthNGO– Saudi Arabia may execute a female human rights activist who was arrested in 2015 on charges of anti-government protests and incitement to disobedience of the ruler. If executed, this will be the first time the country has carried out death penalty on a woman. Israa al-Ghomgham from Qatif province has been in detention for 32 months. She was put …

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HRW: Journalists, Activists Detained in Nigeria, Allege Torture

TruthNGO- Several recent arrests and detentions of journalists and activists in Nigeria suggest a disturbing trend toward repression of freedom of expression, Human Rights Watch said today. In one case, it was revealed that a journalist had been held incommunicado for nearly two years, and in another, an activist said he was tortured. “Throwing reporters in jail for doing their …

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Saudi Arabia Puts Yemen Plundering Plan on the Table

Saudi Arabia Puts Yemen Plundering Plan on the Table

TruthNGO- Saudi Arabia is seemingly planning to build an oil port in Yemen’s al-Mahra governorate in the country’s southeast, where Saudi and United Arab Emirates’ troops are present, sources told Al Jazeera. A document obtained by Al Jazeera on Monday points to Saudi Arabia’s intention to develop the port, which would extract and export petroleum, the sources said. In a …

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Arrests in Saudi Arabia Continues, this time Saleh Al-Talib

TruthNGO- Today Sheikh Saleh Al-Talib’s arrest by Saudis swept almost all social media. “Prisoners of Conscie” twitter account announced that Saudi authorities ordered to arrest Sheikh Saleh Al-Talib the Imam and preacher of the Grand Mosque of Mecca for his sermon speech he yesterday delivered in the Grand Mosque of Mecca on those he described as oppressors. As reported by Al …

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EU Questions Saudi Arabia for recent women human rights arrests amid Canada row

TruthNGO- The European Union has asked Saudi Arabia to shed light on the arrests and charges facing women human rights activists, saying that the detainees should be granted due process to defend themselves. As reported by Reuters, Saudi Arabia has in recent months detained several women’s rights activists, some of whom had campaigned for the right to drive and an …

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Extreme poverty in the United States: UN Special Rapporteur

In the 38th session Human Rights Council held on 18 June–6 July 2018, Philip G. Alston the United Nations special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights and the international law scholar and human rights practitioner announced his findings after conducting a two-weeks fact finding mission across the country including visits to Alabama, Georgia, Puerto Rico, West Virginia and Washington, …

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Nicaragua on Fire, 273 Died and 2,000 Injured since April

TruthNGO– At least 273 people have died and 2,000 have been injured in the unrest that’s rocked Nicaragua since April, according to the human rights arm of the Organization of American States (OAS). As reported by CNN, the death toll includes two men killed Friday night in Managua in an hours-long attack by pro-government forces on protesters at the National …

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An Israeli Lawyer Appointed as the new chair of UN Human Rights Committee

TruthNGO- Yuval Shany, an Israeli lawyer was chosen yesterday to chair the UN Human Rights Committee, despite the country’s dire human rights record. The UN Human Rights Committee, not to be confused with the UN Human Rights Council, is a panel of legal professionals which reviews states’ adherence to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), which forms part of …

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