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World - Region
2/17/2022 9:20:06 PM
Israel on Thursday formally announced it would not cooperate with a special commission formed by the United Nations' top human rights body to investigate alleged abuses against Palestinians, saying the probe and its chairwoman were unfairly biased against Israel.

World - International
2/17/2022 7:26:20 PM
Two words, taboo for many in France because they evoke a conspiracy theory embraced by white supremacists, have been haunting the French presidential campaign.

Opinion -
2/17/2022 10:45:00 AM
The greater use of artificial intelligence will help to secure more political and social rights, but it could also drastically compromise people’s right to work.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
2/16/2022 6:32:00 PM
Egypt is reassuming its crucial role in promoting an enlightened understanding of Islam supported by its determination to root a wider culture of human rights, writes Moushira Khattab, president of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR).

World - Region
2/15/2022 11:48:59 AM
After seizing control of Afghanistan in August 2021 the Taliban promised a softer version of the harsh rule that characterised their first stint in power, when women were stripped of most of their rights.

Business - Tech
2/14/2022 6:28:28 PM
The Metaverse technology could facilitate interaction between people, but it may also be a two-edged sword, warned the Studies and Research Unit at the Egyptian Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue (FDHRD).

World - Region
2/13/2022 10:16:56 PM
Israeli police clashed with Palestinians in the Israeli-occupied flashpoint east Jerusalem neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah on Sunday, during a visit by a controversial far-right Jewish lawmaker that inflamed tensions.

World - Region
2/13/2022 3:54:20 PM
Israeli occupation police clashed with Palestinians in the flashpoint east Jerusalem neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah on Sunday, as a visit by a controversial far-right Jewish lawmaker inflamed tensions.

World - Region
2/12/2022 2:18:22 PM
From Russia to North Korea to Zimbabwe, the impact of diplomatic sanctions has long been questioned. But Bangladeshi activists have no doubts: extrajudicial killings have suddenly stopped since punitive US measures were imposed two months ago, they say.

World - International
2/10/2022 10:11:25 PM
Pro-Trump flags, angry rhetoric and claims that Canada is turning communist -- strong right-wing views among some at the trucker-led protests could grow into a new populist movement, say experts.

Egypt - Politics
2/9/2022 1:39:53 PM
Egypt's National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) hailed as a "historic step" the appointment of judge Boulos Fahmy Eskandar as head of the Supreme Constitutional Court (SCC) on Tuesday.

World - International
2/8/2022 9:19:21 PM
A Taliban delegation was in Geneva on Tuesday for a week of NGO-hosted talks on humanitarian access and human rights, as crisis-besieged Afghanistan's new rulers expand their international engagement.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
2/8/2022 5:05:00 PM
The recent letter by members of the European Parliament criticising Egypt’s human-rights record is an assault on Egypt’s sovereignty and its right to govern its own citizens

World - Region
2/8/2022 1:13:43 PM
A legal non-profit on Tuesday filed a complaint against Ethiopia at the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights, alleging "massive human rights violations" against civilians in the war-torn northern region of Tigray, its lawyers said.

Opinion -
2/7/2022 8:08:30 PM
This past month, we were treated to a few classic examples of how Israel deals with criticism and how it may be finding it increasingly difficult to dodge challenges to its abusive behaviors.

Life & Style - Health
2/6/2022 3:02:39 PM
On the 6th of February each year, the world re-sheds light on the quest to put an end to the practice of Female Genital Mutilation around the globe.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
2/6/2022 11:15:00 AM
The rights group released a report detailing Israel’s institutionalised apartheid system, called for an arms embargo and the Right of Return.

World - International
2/5/2022 9:26:21 PM
French far-right presidential candidate Eric Zemmour on Saturday used a meeting in the northern city of Lille to launch a tirade against welfare handouts.

World - International
2/5/2022 7:15:40 PM
Philip Anderson is no fan of online content moderation. His conservative posts have gotten him kicked off Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Two years ago, Anderson organized a ‘free speech’ protest against the big tech companies. A counterprotester knocked his teeth out.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
2/3/2022 11:07:45 PM
The National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) has a work plan to enhance cooperation with civil society organisations in the near future to support their participation in implementing the National Strategy for Human Rights, the council president Moushira Khattab said.

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