The “escalation of pressure” on Syrian refugees to leave Lebanon and return home has been denounced by Human Rights Watch (HRW) in a report today.
An Israeli lawyer was chosen yesterday to chair the UN Human Rights Committee, despite the country’s dire human rights record. The UN Human Rights Committee,
UNRWA staff today held a demonstration outside UN body’s headquarters in Gaza City to protest against the agency’s policy of cuts. Thousands of staff members
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) engaged in ill-treatment, torture and sexual abuse across Yemen’s prisons according to the UN human rights office, the Anadolu Agency
The United Nations urged Jordan yesterday to open its borders to Syrian refugees fleeing the conflict that has been escalating in the southwestern Daraa region.
Iraqi authorities began recounting votes on Tuesday from May’s disputed parliamentary election, officials said, a step towards forming a new government after weeks of delays.
Fighting in a port city in Yemen has forced around 2,000 high school students to flee to the capital to sit exams, braving a six-hour
Yesterday’s debate at the UN Human Rights Council exposed how options for Palestinians are being depleted. Other than recurring statements from countries and non-governmental organisations
Donors to the Palestinian refugee agency UNRWA are attempting to discourage the organisation from providing crucial services to needy Palestinians in the wake of funding
Egypt has refused to build refugee camps in the country, after an EU migration deal revealed that European leaders would seek to establish centres in