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Iraq: 1,500 schools damaged in Anbar

Iraq: 1,500 schools damaged in Anbar

Aug.4, Aden: More than 1,500 schools have been destroyed due to the conflict in Iraq‘s Anbar province ...

The Oslo Times Condemns attack on Human Right Activist Mbonimpa in Burundi

The Oslo Times Condemns attack on Human Right Activist Mbonimpa in Burundi

Aug 4, Oslo: The Oslo Times International News Network condemns Monday’s attack on Human Rights Activist Pierre Claver Mbonimpa in Bujumbura, ...

Norway welcomes Kosovo’s decision to approve establishment of war crimes court

Norway welcomes Kosovo’s decision to approve establishment of w...

‘I am very pleased that the Kosovo Assembly yesterday approved constitutional changes and new legislation that pave ...

Norway provides NOK 10 million to assist flood victims in Myanmar

Norway provides NOK 10 million to assist flood victims in Myanmar

Aug.4, Oslo:  Norway is providing NOK 10 million to help flood victims in Myanmar to ensure that ...

Top Taliban leader quits over naming of new leader

Top Taliban leader quits over naming of new leader

Aug.4, Kabul: Top Taliban official Syed Tayyeb Agha announced his resignation on Tuesday, in the midst of growing ...

Cameroon expels 3,000 Nigerians supporting Boko Haram fight

Cameroon expels 3,000 Nigerians supporting Boko Haram fight

Aug.4, Yaounde: Cameroon has expelled more than 3,000 Nigerians as part of the fight against the Nigerian-born ...

 
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Aug.4, Yaounde: Cameroon has expelled more than 3,000 Nigerians as part of the fight against the Nigerian-born...[ ] Full article
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Aug.4, Nairobi: A leading Burundian human rights defender, Pierre Claver Mbonimpa, was shot and injured on the...[ ] Full article
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Aug.4, Beirut: Libyan authorities responsible for the al-Hadba corrections facility in Tripoli should immediately...[ ] Full article
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Aug.4, Islamabad: Despite the appeals from the international human rights groups, Pakistan has executed Shafqat Hussain, convicted of killing a child in 2004. He was only 14, when he found guilty and his confession was extracted by torture, his lawyers said. He was hanged shortly before dawn at a jail in Karachi and allowed to meet his family one last time before midnight. Legal challenges saw his execution postponed four times this year. But despite the...[ ] Full article
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Stop killing “dissent” in Bangladesh Killing bloggers in Bangladesh is killing change Das, a Bangladeshi...[ ] Full article
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Addressing thousands of foreign guests and veterans, Putin chose to ignore the boycott, thanking Britain, France and...[ ] Full article
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Thor Halvorssen’s deep engagement in the complicated and often dizzying politics of global human rights has put him...[ ] Full article
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By Kaveh Taheri Iran nuclear deal outlined, but discord appears over details within 24 hours. Statements issued by foreign ministries of Iran and the United states provided us much to make us believe the Lausanne deal has hit the snag. Iran has evaded to clarify its nuclear program during twelve years of hide-and-seek, as International community has expressed concerns. The officials have claimed the nuclear program is for medical purpose which has been frequently...[ ] Full article

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