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War in Ukraine - Diplomacy
4/7/2022 8:22:39 PM
Russia considers its suspension from the UN Human Rights Council to be "illegal", the foreign ministry in Moscow said Thursday.

War in Ukraine - Humanitarian
4/7/2022 7:32:00 PM
The UN General Assembly voted Thursday to suspend Russia from the UN Human Rights Council as punishment for the invasion of Ukraine.

War in Ukraine - Diplomacy
4/7/2022 3:17:26 PM
The Group of Seven industrialised nations on Thursday called for Russia to be suspended from the UN's human rights body over "heinous acts and atrocities" in Ukraine.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
4/7/2022 12:41:00 PM
As Egypt rightfully celebrates its ancient heritage, this must be accompanied by innovative and imaginative attempts at understanding its greatness, writes Tarek Osman

World - Africa
4/6/2022 4:47:44 PM
Security forces and their allies in a disputed part of conflict-hit northern Ethiopia committed abuses against Tigrayans that amounted to war crimes and crimes against humanity, two rights groups said Wednesday.

War in Ukraine - Diplomacy
4/6/2022 3:23:21 PM
The UN General Assembly will vote Thursday on suspending Russia from the UN Human Rights Council following allegations that Russian troops deliberately murdered civilians in Bucha, Ukraine, the assembly presidency said.

World - Africa
4/6/2022 12:25:56 PM
Mali's army and foreign soldiers suspected to be Russian recently killed an estimated 300 men _ some of them suspected Islamic extremist fighters but most civilians _ in Moura in central Mali, Human Rights Watch said.

War in Ukraine - Diplomacy
4/4/2022 4:36:30 PM
The United States plans to seek a suspension of Russia from its seat on the U.N.'s top human rights body in the wake of rising signs that Russian forces may have committed war crimes in Ukraine, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield said Monday.

World - International
4/4/2022 10:51:56 AM
Hungary's nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban declared victory in Sunday's national elections, claiming a mandate for a fourth term as a still incomplete vote count showed a strong lead for his right-wing party.

War in Ukraine - Humanitarian
3/30/2022 6:05:31 PM
The UN human rights chief says her office is looking into allegations that some residents of the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol have been forcibly evacuated to areas controlled by Russian forces or to Russia itself.

Egypt - Society
3/28/2022 9:23:57 PM
Reforming religious discourse in Egypt would play an important role in curbing the early marriages of girls, as the personal status laws in the country are based on religious regulations, not on the civil code, an Egyptian human rights group said on Sunday.

World - International
3/28/2022 1:55:40 PM
The Taliban have ordered airlines in Afghanistan to stop women from flying unless accompanied by a male relative, in the latest crackdown on basic human rights by the country's new rulers since seizing power.

Sports - World
3/25/2022 7:33:06 PM
Real Madrid's injury-plagued Belgian winger Eden Hazard is set to undergo surgery on his right leg, the Spanish club confirmed on Friday.

Sports - Egyptian Football
3/25/2022 2:51:29 PM
Ahly coach Pitso Mosimane announced Friday that the team’s right back Akram Tawfik is close to recovering from a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury that sidelined him over the past two months.

Sports - National Teams
3/24/2022 4:30:17 PM
With Mohamed Salah's position on the right of a three-pronged attack guaranteed and Mostafa Mohamed facing no competition as a number nine, Egypt coach Carlos Queiroz will mull whether to field Omar Marmoush or Mahmoud Trezeguet in a crucial World Cup qualifier against Senegal.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
3/22/2022 8:07:35 PM
The establishment of Egypt’s National Council for Human Rights was a watershed moment in the protection of human rights in the country, writes Laila Takla

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
3/22/2022 8:04:52 PM
The UN COP27 meeting on climate change to be held in Sharm El-Sheikh in November will help promote an accurate image of Egypt and its achievements abroad, writes Alaa Shalaby

World - International
3/22/2022 12:20:35 PM
China on Tuesday said it has the right to develop South China Sea islands as it sees fit in the wake of US accusations that it has fully militarized at least three of several islands it built in the disputed waterway in violation of a previous commitment

War in Ukraine - Humanitarian
3/18/2022 4:47:28 PM
The U.N. health chief decried the devastating consequences of war on the Ukrainian people who are facing severe disruption to services and medication and stressed that "the life-saving medicine we need right now is peace.''

Sports - World
3/18/2022 1:42:45 PM
Liverpool's quest for a clean sweep of four major trophies this season has been dealt a blow with influential right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold set to be sidelined for weeks by a hamstring injury.

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