Human Welfare

AP Interview: Yemen's rebels say they won't give up port

Mar 19, 2019

A senior Houthi rebel leader in Yemen says his group will not give up the key port city of Hodeida, the focus of months of U.N.-brokered talks with the Saudi-backed government

UN: 100 Yemen civilian casualties on average weekly in 2018

Mar 8, 2019

The United Nations refugee agency says nearly 100 civilians have been killed or injured every week on average in 2018

Iran cleric linked to 1988 mass executions to lead judiciary

Mar 7, 2019

A hard-line cleric once thought to be a possible successor to Iran's supreme leader appears poised to take over as the head of the Islamic Republic's judiciary

Heavy rains, floods kill 32 people across Afghanistan

Mar 5, 2019

Norwegian Refugee Council says more than 32 people have died and thousands displaced as heavy rains and flooding swept away homes across Afghanistan

Afghanistan donates $1 million to UN agency for Palestinians

Mar 3, 2019

Afghanistan donates $1 million to UN agency for Palestinian refugees

EU, Arab leaders vow to boost security, migration ties

Feb 24, 2019

Leaders from EU and Arab League countries are vowing to boost cooperation in the fight against terrorism and to tackle unauthorized migration at a first-ever summit high in symbolism but likely to yield few concrete results

India top court orders an end to assaults against Kashmiris

Feb 22, 2019

India's top court has ordered state authorities to stop threats, assaults and social boycotts of thousands of Kashmiri students and others following last week's suicide attack on military convoy

Torture still scars Iranians 40 years after revolution

Feb 6, 2019

Iranians still scarred by torture, 40 years after the country's Islamic Revolution

UN envoy: No prospect Rohingya refugees can go home soon

Jan 26, 2019

A U.N. human rights envoy says hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees won't be able to return to Myanmar soon because safety threats remain in the Buddhist-majority nation

Kurdish lawmaker on hunger strike released from Turkish jail

Jan 25, 2019

A Turkish court has ordered the release of an imprisoned pro-Kurdish lawmaker who has been on hunger strike

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