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Human Rights Watch has warned that a panel set up by Myanmar to probe atrocities against Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine state does not seem to be performing its task in a “serious and impartial” manner.

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has put forward options meant to protect Palestinian civilians, among them the deployment of an armed military or police force to the occupied territories.

 Dozens of civilians have been abducted by the Turkish army and its affiliated militants in Afrin in the past two days as Ankara continues occupation of the region, local sources said.

Munitions experts have confirmed that a bomb used by the Saudi-led coalition in last week's attack on a school bus in Yemen that killed dozens of children had been supplied by the US.

Iranian Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani deplored the double-standard policies of some Western countries, the US in particular, on human rights ...

Iran’s Foreign Ministry expressed sympathy with the Indonesian nation and government over the deaths of scores of people in an earthquake that rocked the Southeast Asian country’s tourist island of Lombok on Sunday.

Terrorist groups have captured tens of peace activists in Hama province as their comrades in Northern Syria are deeply concern about losing their regions to the Syrian Army under a possible reconciliation plan, local sources reported on Monday.

The besieged port city of Hodeidah in Yemen has become a “ghost town” as residents continue to flee in their thousands, using the current lull in hostilities to sell what remains of their belongings and escape amid fears UN-brokered negotiations will collapse.

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called on Israel to avoid further inflaming the situation in the Gaza Strip.

 Islamophobic street attacks are on the rise in the UK as perpetrators feel “emboldened” by terror attacks and political discourse, a report has found.

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