The Bangladeshi authorities must end their escalating crackdown on human rights, and respect and protect people’s rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly in Bangladesh to curb protesters demanding justice for writer Mushtaq Ahmed’s death in prison on 25 February, the nine undersigned human rights organizations said in a joint statement
The economic effects of COVID-19 in Iran Iran has over…
Three of the most active banks in financing oil exports from Ecuadorian amazon- an environmentally destructive industry with a long track record of trampling on indigenous people’s rights- have agreed to cease important parts of their financial supports after pressure from NGOs and a devastating oil spill in 2020.
On Sunday afternoon Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled conditional plan that aims to slightly ease restrictions leading to reopen society. In the pre-recorded message, key steps leading to lift strict measures were presented in a COVID Alert System.
All over the world 3.34 million cases of COVID-19 patients are reported today. In this scenario, Taiwan with a population of 23 million, has reported zero new cases of COVID-19 patients, for the past few days.
Greenland’s ice sheet lost an estimated 600 billion tonnes The…
In what President Trump labels a “historic diplomatic breakthrough,” Israel and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to “full normalization of relations,” and Israel says it will “suspend” plans to annex the West Bank
The standoff between protesting farmers and the Centre in India seems to have hit a stalemate. Central trade unions went on a nationwide strike on Thursday with the participation of over 25 crore workers to protest against various policies of the central government.
Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Russia said they have signed a deal to end the military conflict over the Nagorno-Karabakh region after more than a month of bloodshed.
Ninety-nine times out of a hundred, people don’t criticize themselves for anything, no matter how wrong it may be.
Afghanistan as a country which is already on a Humanitarian crisis, has fallen on its knees after the outbreak of the pandemic COVID-19.
For many years corruption was seen as a problem only of developing countries, While the European Union (EU) on the contrary was the temple of the rule of law, exporting good governance both to its own peripheries and worldwide.
Myanmar is preparing for the two most important events of the year which, despite the restrictions for Covid-19, will be held with the times and methods already decided, albeit with some limitations
Yemen experienced several civil wars and military interventions in the past, none has had consequences as disastrous as the ongoing war. According to the United Nations, since 2015, the war has caused “over 233,000 deaths, including 131,000 from indirect causes such as lack of food, health services and infrastructure”.