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World Cup 2022 - News
11/23/2022 4:46:07 PM
Germany's players covered their mouths for their team photo before their opening World Cup match in an apparent rebuke of FIFA's clampdown on plans to wear armbands to protest discrimination in host nation Qatar.

World Cup 2022 - News
11/21/2022 1:35:02 PM
FIFA's threat of on-field punishment for players forced World Cup teams to back down Monday and abandon an anti-discrimination campaign aimed at host nation Qatar.

World Cup 2022 - News
11/20/2022 9:25:29 PM
In a tense meeting at the World Cup on Sunday, FIFA tried to end a standoff with European teams about wearing unauthorized captain armbands for an anti-discrimination campaign that draws attention to Qatar.

World Cup 2022 - News
11/16/2022 4:29:08 PM
France skipper Hugo Lloris has confirmed that he will not join other European national team captains in wearing an anti-discrimination armband during the World Cup in Qatar.

Egypt - Society
8/22/2022 8:18:08 PM
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly said on Monday that Egyptians work together in unity and that Egypt embraces all its people without discrimination.

Life & Style - Health
6/23/2022 11:45:38 AM
Monkeypox may soon have a new name after scientists called for a change to dispel stereotypes of Africa being seen as a crucible of disease.

World - Region
6/21/2022 10:55:22 AM
The Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) held its 42nd annual convention in Washington DC on Friday from 17 to 18 June after a two-year-long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

World - Region
6/7/2022 9:06:30 PM
UN investigators on Tuesday blamed Israel's continued occupation and discrimination against Palestinians for the endless cycles of violence in the decades-long conflict, prompting angry Israeli protests.

World - Region
6/2/2022 7:25:28 PM
Israeli police arrested dozens of Palestinians but no Jews during a nationalist march through Jerusalem this week in which crowds of Jews chanted racist slogans, assaulted Palestinians and vandalized Palestinian property, an Israeli newspaper reported Thursday.

War in Ukraine - Humanitarian
5/26/2022 5:02:54 PM
Egypt’s Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue (FDHRD) has said in a report released on Thursday that “since the outbreak of the Ukrainian-Russian war, xenophobic acts against people who are neither Ukrainians nor Europeans have been observed, particularly against people of African and Arab descent during displacement to neighboring European countries."

World - Region
4/24/2022 10:56:22 PM
Rights groups have breathed a sigh of relief at Marine Le Pen's failure to become French president, but warned against complacency and urged the victor, Emmanuel Macron, to fight racial profiling and discrimination against Muslims, and better protect migrants.

War in Ukraine - Humanitarian
4/10/2022 5:46:40 PM
Pro-Russia protesters rallied in Germany on Sunday, with the country's significant Russian-speaking population demanding an end to the discrimination it says it has suffered since the war began in Ukraine.

Egypt - Society
3/17/2022 4:40:46 PM
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has shown that xenophobia against non-Europeans is still prevalent in Eastern Europe, where Arabs and Africans are subject to “racial discrimination,” an Egyptian human rights group has said.

World - International
1/3/2022 1:57:18 PM
President Joe Biden has gotten the same troubling questions from worried world leaders, ones that he never thought he would hear. ``Is America going to be all right?'' they ask. ``What about democracy in America?''

World - International
12/21/2021 9:13:54 PM
President Vladimir Putin urged France to end "discrimination" against Russian state-funded broadcaster RT, which has been accused by Western countries of distributing disinformation and Kremlin-friendly propaganda.

World - Africa
11/16/2021 1:57:00 PM
The UN voiced alarm on Tuesday at surging arrests in Ethiopia since the country introduced a state of emergency on November 2.

World - Africa
11/9/2021 9:21:22 PM
The United Nations says at least 16 of its local staff members have been detained in Ethiopia's capital days after the government declared a state of emergency as the country's yearlong war escalates.

Business - Tech
10/19/2021 8:45:39 PM
Facebook has agreed to pay up to $14 million to settle a US government lawsuit accusing the tech giant of favoring immigrant applicants for thousands of high-paying jobs, authorities announced Tuesday.

World - Region
7/5/2021 1:13:23 PM
Palestinian citizens of Israel view the law as one of several forms of discrimination they face in a country that legally defines itself as a Jewish nation-state

World - International
5/27/2021 8:08:08 PM
The Defense Department also has no way to track the number of troops ousted for extremist views, despite its repeated pledges to root them out

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