GENEVA: The UN human rights office expressed deep concern on Friday about the arrests of opposition figures and rights activists in Sudan.
JERUSALEM: Israel on Friday condemned Switzerland’s plan to host a conference on respect for international human rights in the occupied Palestinian territories, charging it was a deviation from the co
BERLIN: They march in their thousands every Monday evening, wave German national flags and angrily protest against “criminal asylum seekers” and the “Islamization” of their home country.
JERUSALEM: A Palestinian attacker posing as a hitchhiker threw acid at an Israeli family in the West Bank on Friday before he was shot by a passer-by and arrested, the Israeli military said.
GENEVA: The UN’s human rights chief on Friday said the circumstances of the death of a senior Palestinian official while manhandled by Israeli soldiers this week were “disturbing” and called for a tim
A $104 million (SR390 million) donation from Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah has helped restore food vouchers for 1.7 million Syrian refugees.
GCC member states are planning to unify salary structures for jobs occupied by their nationals currently based in non-native member states.
RAMALLAH: Thousands of Palestinians massed Thursday to mourn a senior official who was killed by Israeli troops, while the army sent reinforcements and dispersed protesters in the West Bank.
LONDON: Jihadi attacks around the world in November killed a total of 5,042 people, showing extremism is “stronger than ever” despite Al-Qaeda’s declining role, a new study published on Thursday said.
DOHA: NATO’s secretary-general has praised the role of Gulf nations in helping to fight extremists in Syria and Iraq, and says tackling the threat will require long-term multinational efforts.
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