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Biden and global Islamophobia

23 September, 2020

Comment: Biden must prove his credentials counteracting Islamophobia within his own party, but also as a president who can confront a global phenomenon, writes Laila Ujayli.

Opposing a migrant camp for all the wrong reasons

23 September, 2020

Comment: Opposition to migrant camps must be rooted in human rights concerns, not hatred and xenophobia, writes Malia Bouattia.

Hunger striking Iranian human rights lawyer back in prison

23 September, 2020

Iranian lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh, who was sent to hospital after going on hunger strike for 40 days to demand the release of political prisoners, has been sent back to prison

Birth rates decrease in Xinjiang, China denies forced sterilisation

23 September, 2020

Birth rates in Muslim-majority Xinjiang have decreased in what critics are calling the outcome of a government-led forced sterilisation of Uighur women.

Syrians no safer despite decrease in violence, UN says

23 September, 2020

Despite a reduction in violence, Syrians remain subject to 'gross' human rights violations, a UN commission has said.

US House votes to ban Xinjiang imports, angering China

23 September, 2020

The US House of Representatives voted to ban imports from China's Xinjiang region over reports of forced Uighur labour.

Israeli forces demolish wedding hall in occupied West Bank

23 September, 2020

A wedding hall, which also had a residential apartment, was demolished by Israel on Wednesday morning

France 'very worried' for hunger-striking Iran rights lawyer

22 September, 2020

France's Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian on Tuesday raised ocncern over the health of jailed Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh.

Dozens dead in IS, govt clashes in Syria's Raqqa

22 September, 2020

At least 28 fighters were killed in clashes between Syria pro-regime forces and Islamic State militants in the northern province of Raqqa.

Assange 'may commit suicide' if extradited to the US

22 September, 2020

Michael Kopelman, emeritus professor of neuropsychiatry at King’s College London said WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is at a 'very high' risk of suicide if he's extradited.

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