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TEHRAN, March 7 - The U.N. human rights chief said on Wednesday he was shocked at repressive policies being pursued in the United States and Europe, especially the increasingly harsh treatment of migrants.
News ID: 20256    Publish Date : 2018/03/07

TEHRAN, March 7 - The United Nations human rights chief said on Wednesday that crimes against human ity may have been committed in Venezuela and voiced alarm at "the erosion of democratic institutions" in the Andean nation.
News ID: 20249    Publish Date : 2018/03/07

TEHRAN, March 6- Myanmar’s “ethnic cleansing” of Rohingya Muslims was continuing, a senior U.N. human rights official said on Tuesday, more than six months after insurgent attacks sparked a security response that has driven nearly 700,000 people into Bangladesh.
News ID: 20187    Publish Date : 2018/03/06

TEHRAN, March 2 - Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi blasted the recent UN Secretary General António Guterres’s report on Iran’s human rights situation, calling it ‘biased’.
News ID: 20063    Publish Date : 2018/03/02

TEHRAN, February 22 -World leaders are undermining human rights for millions of people with regressive policies and hate-filled rhetoric, but their actions have ignited global protest movements in response, a rights group said.
News ID: 19702    Publish Date : 2018/02/22

TEHRAN, January 29 - For years, Western countries and companies held claims about being champions of human and animal rights, sometimes going to great lengths in using such rights as a tool to criticize other countries and a pretext to hide the ulterior political motives that were behind such criticism. However, new reports emerging on Western media from time to time reveal that their claims to advocating human and animal rights may not be as genuine as they claim.
News ID: 18545    Publish Date : 2018/01/29

TEHRAN, January 27 -Human rights in Bahrain have deteriorated significantly in the past year because international pressure on the Gulf Arab kingdom has weakened, activists said on Thursday.
News ID: 18446    Publish Date : 2018/01/27

TEHRAN, January 27 - The United Nations human rights chief has warned that US President Donald Trump’s speech in Switzerland would take the world back to the eve of World War One.
News ID: 18414    Publish Date : 2018/01/27

TEHRAN, January 18 - Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called on the United Nations to impose sanctions on Saudi Arabia's military leaders, including Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who also serves as the defense minister, over atrocities committed in the war on Yemen.
News ID: 18094    Publish Date : 2018/01/18

TEHRAN, January 18 -US President Donald Trump’s rise to power and his knack for populist policies has dealt a blow to the global campaign for human rights, says Human Rights Watch, hailing the growing wave of resistance against “authoritarian populists.”
News ID: 18077    Publish Date : 2018/01/18

TEHRAN, January 14 -Faced with a public outcry following a false missile alert, Hawaiian officials apologized, saying an automated method of retracting warnings will be introduced and two employees, instead of one, will handle it in the future.
News ID: 17890    Publish Date : 2018/01/14

TEHRAN, December 5 - Amnesty International says 58 activists were killed in Brazil during the first eight months of the year, putting 2017 on track to be one of the deadliest years for human rights defenders in the country.
News ID: 16539    Publish Date : 2017/12/05

TEHRAN, December 1 -The EU has agreed to cut funds bound for Turkey by €105 million and freeze another €70 million, linked to its bogged-down membership talks, citing the Turkish government’s disregard for human rights and rule of law.
News ID: 16353    Publish Date : 2017/12/01

TEHRAN, November 29 - Iran’s High Council for Human Rights issued a statement, condemning murder of an Iranian man by US police officer.
News ID: 16295    Publish Date : 2017/11/29

TEHRAN, November 28 - French President Emmanuel Macron called the trafficking of African migrants a "crime against human ity" on Tuesday as he made his first major address on the continent before a crowd of university students in Burkina Faso.
News ID: 16265    Publish Date : 2017/11/28

TEHRAN, November 16 - Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi deplored the recent human rights resolution against the country.
News ID: 15813    Publish Date : 2017/11/16

TEHRAN, November 15 - Iran reacted to a recent rights resolution adopted by the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly censuring Tehran for alleged “ human rights abuses,” noting that some backers of the resolution were themselves among major and “discredited” violators of human rights and supporters of terrorism.
News ID: 15802    Publish Date : 2017/11/15

TEHRAN, November 15 -A senior Iranian diplomat has blasted Canada for proposing a “politically-motivated” UN resolution on the situation of human rights in Iran, while Ottawa, itself, has long been involved in a broad range of human rights abuses at home and elsewhere.
News ID: 15784    Publish Date : 2017/11/15

TEHRAN, November 11 - Sunday marks the day that human ity takes one step closer to the science-fiction realm with space lasers. An American aerospace firm is aiming to create 200 megabits per second (Mbps) connections in space using satellites equipped with lasers.
News ID: 15616    Publish Date : 2017/11/11

TEHRAN, November 11 -The catastrophic asteroid impact that wiped out the dinosaurs 66 million years ago may not have been so devastating had it hit almost anywhere else on earth. It means dinosaurs could still rule the earth and human s may never have evolved at all.
News ID: 15560    Publish Date : 2017/11/11