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Tehran, YJC. Larijani says European countries hold friendly relations with countries worst in terms of human rights, making one believe that human rights is not a big concern for them.
News ID: 2457    Publish Date : 2013/10/23


Human Rights Watch Tuesday said it was concerned Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott failed to discuss rights with Asian leaders, saying he shouldn't give them a "free pass" on the issue.
News ID: 2401    Publish Date : 2013/10/15


Tehran, YJC. Larijani says that the US is the leading power in enmity toward Iran and that Iran must define its policy based on the management of enmity.
News ID: 2390    Publish Date : 2013/10/13


Tehran, YJC. The Iranian high-ranking delegation in human rights has written a letter of refutation in six parts in which it denies recent allegations by UN Human Rights rapporteur Ahmed Shaheed.
News ID: 537    Publish Date : 2013/03/18


Tehran, YJC. Head of Iran’s High Council for Human Rights has said that his country “does not riddle” people’s private lives with espionage tools.
News ID: 508    Publish Date : 2013/03/16


Tehran, YJC. Mohammad Javad Larijani has met with a UN Human Rights High Commissioner to discuss improvement of technical cooperation between Iran and the Commissioner.
News ID: 489    Publish Date : 2013/03/13


TEHRAN, YJC. -- UN Special Rapporteur on the human rights situation in Myanmar warned that a large gap still remains between reform at the top and implementation on the ground.
News ID: 471    Publish Date : 2013/03/12


Tehran, YJC. Head of Iran’s High Council for Human Rights has said that current assault on human culture is the biggest violation of human rights so far.
News ID: 467    Publish Date : 2013/03/12


TEHRAN, YJC. Representative of Iranian Christians in the Majlis criticizes Ahmed Shaheed’s report on violation of religious minority rights in Iran.
News ID: 428    Publish Date : 2013/03/09


TEHRAN, YJC. Head of the High Council for Human Rights of the Islamic Republic of Iran has said that Western human rights mechanisms are faulty and that the appointment of a special reporter on Iran has been an illegal and wrong act.
News ID: 423    Publish Date : 2013/03/10


Tehran. YJC. Britain is selling millions of pounds worth of small arms and ammunition to Sri Lanka despite the country’s dire human rights record, The Independent can disclose today.
News ID: 77    Publish Date : 2013/02/18


Israel has boycotted the UN human rights forum over fears of scrutiny of its treatment of residents of the occupied territories. Israel is now the first state in history to win a deferment of the periodical review of its human rights record.
News ID: 18    Publish Date : 2013/01/30