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Yemen: Saudi airstrikes leave 20 Yemeni civilians dead despite truce

At least 20 civilians have been killed as Saudi warplanes bombed Yemen’s Ta’izz Province in violation of a UN-brokered ceasefire. Saudi jets targeted a petrol bomb in Hayfan district of

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Somalia: At least 35 killed in another attack against a hotel

A suicide bomb attack in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu has killed at least 35 people. The Al-Shabaab terrorists group attacked the Nasa-hablod hotel, telling police that “apostate members of the government”

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Israel cuts water supplies in West Bank amid heat

Israel has cut water supplies to major areas in the north of the occupied West Bank amid sweltering heat and the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. Reports on Wednesday pointed

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Human Rights Agency criticized UN to be capitulated under pressure from Saudi Arabia agreeing to withdraw the coalition led by Riyadh from its blacklist-Press Release

Press Release It is called the “forgotten war”. Launched March 26, 2015 by Saudi Arabia to deliver Abdel Rabo Mansour al Hadi in power facing the rise of the rebellion

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Yemen: Humanitarian crisis worsens every day, Saudi Arabia condemned for violation of child rights

The United Nations this week condemned Saudi Arabia for violations of children’s rights in its attacks against Yemen. The Secretary General of the UN Ban Ki-moon also condemned Saturday attacks

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Call for participation-The role of social networks activists in promoting human rights and development of Africa Successful Experiences and New Ideas

One of the major factors that lead to the promotion of human rights and development in all societies has always been raising the level of knowledge, awareness, education and a

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Justice may be delayed, but not denied,’ Security Council told at debate on sexual violence in conflict

At a Security Council debate today on sexual violence in conflict, senior United Nations officials stressed that in the past decade, the world has witnessed a fundamental shift in the