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Amnesty International urges Saudi Arabia to free activists

Amnesty International has denounced the Saudi regime’s relentless crackdown on activists and critics, urging the immediate and unconditional release of those detained for peacefully exercising their right to freedom of expression, among them a prominent cleric. Sheikh Salman al-Awda, who was arrested on September 7, 2017, has been held in solitary confinement without charge or trial. He was apparently detained…

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Over 5,000 kids killed by Saudi war on Yemen: UN

  Over 5,000 children have been killed by Saudi Arabia’s war on Yemen since it began in March 2015, says a report by the UN children’s agency. The report published by UNICEF on Tuesday, noted that the Saudi war had killed “an average of five children every day since March 2015.” It added that at least two million Yemeni children…

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WATCH| Turkish worker set himself on fire for his financial difficulties

http://www.islamicinvitationturkey.com/video/turkishworkersethimselfonfire.mp4 39 years old S.A. came in front of State Assembly Hospital, 50 meters away from Dikmen entrance of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey (TBMM) and said he was going to set himself on fire for his financial difficulties. After pouring gasoline to his head, S.A who is learned to be a construction worker, flicked the lighter. TBMM police…

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Turkish mother of two kids could not find food for her children, and hanged herself

Turkish mother, 26, who could not find any money for her children hanged herself in Turkey’s Adana city. The neighbours of Emine Akçay said that she could not give her house rent for 8 months, and find food for her children. According to the local news, the husband of woman left house for work but the family could not meet…

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Palestinian Prisoner Israa Jaabis Reveals Her Painful Experience at Zionist Jails

  The Palestinian prisoner Israa Jaabis, 32, revealed traces of her painful two-year experience at the Zionist jails during an appeal session at the occupation’s court. Israa told the reporters, “My pain is visible as the burns on my body show. I’ve lost my fingers because I have never received any medical treatment since they were burned.” Israa was arrested…

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UN raises alarm over human rights situation in UAE

  The UN Human Rights Office has revealed several human rights violations in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), censuring Abu Dhabi in a report over its crackdown on activists, vague “anti-terror” law and censorship. The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) released a report on Wednesday, raising the alarm over the human rights situation in the UAE. The document…

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UN raises alarm over human rights situation in UAE

  The UN Human Rights Office has revealed several human rights violations in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), censuring Abu Dhabi in a report over its crackdown on activists, vague “anti-terror” law and censorship. The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) released a report on Wednesday, raising the alarm over the human rights situation in the UAE.…

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Nigerian forces open fire on Zakzaky supporters

Nigerian government forces have opened fire on demonstrators demanding the release of prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky. On Tuesday, during the third day of consecutive protests, one person was severely injured during clashes with Nigerian forces and another 50 people were detained in Abuja. Nigerian sources told Press TV on Monday that at least two young students were killed…

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Mentally ill Trump slams ‘weak libel laws’ after publication of explosive book

  President Donald Trump has slammed the “very weak” libel laws in the United States as he branded as “a work of fiction” an explosive new book that has raised questions about his mental fitness for office. “Libel laws are very weak in this country,” Trump said Saturday at the presidential retreat at Camp David, where he is meeting with…

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Iran Condemns So-Called Advocates of Human Rights for Supporting Recent Riots

  Iran’s Human Rights Council in a statement on Saturday deplored the US, Britain, Israel and certain UN officials who claim to be advocates of human rights for supporting the recent riots and unrests in the country. “The recent events (in Iran) were another test for those who claim to support human rights. The name of the US, Britain, the…

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