News

Statement by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay,
on International Migrants’ Day
“Stop treating migrants as second-class human beings” – UN human rights chief

SANAA, Yemen, (The News): A local Yemeni official said on Sunday that 54 civilians, among them 23 children and 17 women, were killed in air strikes against al-Qaeda, which he said were carried out “indiscriminately.”

As the days of December 2009 draw in, two events which each have a role to play in world peace draw closer. The first is on the 27th and is commemorating the start of the 22 day attacks on Gaza,

The Israeli government has admitted that the practice of organ harvesting did occur in the 1990s, after a recording surfaced in which Dr. Yehuda Hiss, the chief pathologist of the Israeli forensics Institute, described in detail the harvesting of skin, corneas and other organs from Palestinians and Israelis without their family’s consent.

Islamabad, Dec 28, IRNA - Officials in Pakistan’s northwest have said that Sunni and Shia leaders have agreed to ensure peace in a troubled district during Muharram-ul-Haram.

Tokyo, Dec 22, IRNA – Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Saeed Jalili said here on Tuesday that the real peace would only be materialized through combat against oppression and all-out cooperation among all world nations.

In this season of peace and joy, a lot of people are likely struggling to find those feelings in themselves right now.

VATICAN CITY, DEC. 18, 2009 (Zenit.org).- Benedict XVI is urging an end to violence in Darfur and Kampala, but reminding that a mere absence of conflict does not constitute true peace.

The Global Peace Convention (GPC) is an annual gathering of peacebuilders from around the world.

OTTAWA - The Olympic torch is wending its way through the nations capital, leaving a message of peace and hope in its wake.

Pages

Subscribe to News