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US cuts aid to pro-democracy groups in Iran, Belarus

25 September, 2020

The Open Technology fund has stopped operations in three countries due to the cut in funding.

UK government accused of enabling Saudi warfare in Yemen

25 September, 2020

British MPs have urged the UK government to stop selling weapons to Saudi Arabia, accusing Downing Street of enabling the conflict and humanitarian crisis in Yemen.

Thousands of mosques in Xinjiang demolished in recent years

25 September, 2020

China has been accused of gross human rights violations committed against its Uighur Muslim population.

US to provide $720 million in aid to Syria

25 September, 2020

With the latest injection, total US support since the start of the crisis will reach more than $12 billion.

Migrants accuse Greece of pushing them out to sea

25 September, 2020

The Turkish coast guard says it rescued over 300 migrants 'pushed back by Greek elements to Turkish waters' this month alone.

TNA Voice Podcast: Bahrain-UAE-Israeli normalisation, Greece's Moria camp burns

25 September, 2020

Our podcast bringing you compelling stories from the Middle East, North Africa, Asia and beyond.

An open letter to my motherland, Libya

25 September, 2020

Comment: Fatima Kried writes a plea for a more inclusive Libya.

Syrian gravedigger recounts a genocide, but is anyone listening?

24 September, 2020

Comment: As we hear testimony on the extent of Assad's murderous apparatus, we must remember that these are crimes not just of past, but the present too, writes Sam Hamad.

Britain unveils law to protect soldiers from prosecutions

24 September, 2020

The British government unveiled plans to provide "stronger legal protections" for military personnel and veterans who could face war crimes allegations.

Kurdish authorities arrest journalist following Iraqi president's 'defamation' accusation

24 September, 2020

Journalist Bahroz Jaafer has been detained by Iraqi Kurdish authorities after Iraqi President Barham Saleh accused him of 'criminal defamation' over an article in which he criticised the leader

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