Tag Archives: prime minister

Human rights watchdogs urged to investigate university over claims of discrimination against racial czar

Human rights watchdogs are urged to investigate the university for discriminating against the racial czar who denied it an honorary degree The University of Nottingham was due to offer Tony Sewell an honorary degree in 2019 Following the government’s decision to accept the recommendations, he felt vindicated But now Free …

Read More »

Cambodia: opposition politicians sentenced in mass trial

(Bangkok) – A Cambodian court sentenced 19 opposition politicians and activists on March 17, 2022, after an unfair trial in which no credible evidence was offered against the defendants, Human Rights said. Watch today. The trial appears to have been intended to ward off political opponents of Prime Minister Hun …

Read More »

Babar wants notice served on Prime Minister Imran Khan for hiding accounts

ISLAMABAD: PTI Chairman Imran Khan should be served formal notice for flagrant violation of political finance laws as dozens of foreign and local bank accounts were concealed from the election commission. This was requested by the petitioner in the PTI foreign funding case, Akbar S Babar, at a press conference. …

Read More »

Lebanon lays out new plans to evacuate nationals stranded in Ukraine

Lebanon’s prime minister and foreign minister have plans in place to evacuate Lebanese citizens who were living in Ukraine and fled to neighboring countries after the Russian invasion. Ukrainian residents have been leaving their country in droves since Russia launched its invasion on Thursday [Anadolu via Getty] Lebanese officials said …

Read More »

Prime Minister Defends Waiver of Integrity Pledge | Northern Beaches Review

Independent MP Helen Haines slammed the government for failing to engage in debate on a federal anti-corruption commission, calling it a broken promise. The coalition had pledged to set up a Commonwealth Integrity Body in the last election. However, Attorney General Michaelia Cash said during a hearing on Senate estimates …

Read More »

More than 100 Sudanese detainees, including top politicians, begin hunger strike

BEIRUT: Judge Ghada Aoun, the public prosecutor for Mount Lebanon, on Tuesday extended indefinitely a subpoena issued earlier this month against Banque du Liban Governor Riad Salameh after he failed to is not presented at a hearing. Aoun sought to interview Salameh as a witness in several cases alleging financial …

Read More »

Dubai: Dewa organizes virtual lectures for students on the protection of natural resources

Dewa also launched an internal e-contest and awareness campaign on its official social media pages as well as internal and external channels to encourage the public and Dewa employees to adopt a responsible and sustainable lifestyle. “We are following in the footsteps of the Founding Fathers, and we support the …

Read More »

Amnesty joins rights groups in accusing Israel of apartheid – CBS17.com

JERUSALEM (AP) — Amnesty International said Tuesday that Israel has maintained “a system of oppression and domination” over Palestinians since its establishment in 1948, a system that meets the international definition of apartheid. With the release of a 278-page report compiled over a four-year period, the London-based rights group joins …

Read More »

Help build solid foundation for Libyan elections and don’t fixate on dates, Security Council says

DUBAI: When tens of thousands of young people took to the streets of Baghdad and cities in southern and central Iraq at the end of 2019, one fundamental demand rang out louder than any other: job opportunities. The country, which had only recently emerged from decades of tyranny, siege, war …

Read More »

Human rights sanctions against Bangladesh: prediction or warning? – The Friday Times

As far as I know, most Bangladeshi leaders were not particularly upset that their country was not invited to the Democracy Summit hosted by US President Joe Biden the last week of December. But they were outraged by the sanctions imposed by the United States, just after this summit, on …

Read More »

The UAE just invested $100m in Israel’s tech sector as the two countries grow closer

A major sovereign wealth fund in the United Arab Emirates has invested around $100 million in venture capital firms in Israel’s tech sector, according to people familiar with the investments, a further sign of deepening trade and investment ties between the countries at the forefront of the Abraham Accords. A …

Read More »

Key European Parliament official hails Bahrain’s democracy, parliament and human rights achievements under the leadership of HM the King | THE DAILY TRIBUNE

TDT | Manama The Daily Tribune – www.newsofbahrain.com A senior European Parliament official praised Bahrain’s achievements in democracy, parliament and human rights under the leadership of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa. David McAllister, chairman of the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee, stressed the importance of keeping up …

Read More »

Pakistani human rights group warns of January 31 sit-in if government fails to address enforced disappearance issue

ANI | Update: Dec 31 2021 22:11 STI Islamabad [Pakistan], December 31 (ANI): Pakistani human rights group, Defense of Human Rights (DHR), on Thursday asked Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, Pakistan’s Supreme Court and chief of the army to address the issue of enforced disappearances. organize a sit-in in Islamabad …

Read More »

The return of the dictatorship in Tunisia? – MIR

Tunisia, the birthplace of the Arab Spring, was one of the few states to have apparently successfully emerged from the Arab Spring protests. The long-standing authoritarian regime was overthrown and a new constitution was adopted. Today, Tunisia is the only democratic country in the Middle East and North Africa, outside …

Read More »

A revised Jordan First policy

After Iraq invaded Kuwait in 1990, King Hussein of Jordan denounced US preparations for war against Baghdad, saying the campaign was “against all Arabs and Muslims”. Hussein asserted that the objective of the operation was to “destroy Iraq” and pledged to oppose “foreign hegemony” in the Middle East. Amman’s position …

Read More »

Dubai ruler ordered to pay $ 700 million to ex-wife in divorce settlement

A High Court judge said Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum was to pay £ 251.5million to his UK-based sixth wife, Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, and make ongoing payments for their children. A UK court has ordered the ruler of Dubai to pay his ex-wife and their children nearly …

Read More »

UAE balances Israel-Iran relations

The policies of three of the main Middle Eastern players have been portrayed in a wave of diplomacy, joint statements and budget announcements over the past two weeks. The United Arab Emirates sent their national security adviser, Sheikh Tahnoun bin Zayed, to Iran while also receiving Israeli Prime Minister Naftali …

Read More »

Left-wing millennial wins election for Chile’s next president

ISLAMABAD: Muslim nations pledged Sunday to create a fund to help Afghanistan avoid an impending economic collapse which they say would have a “horrific” global impact. At a special meeting in Pakistan of the 57 members of the Organization for Islamic Cooperation (OIC), delegates also agreed to work with the …

Read More »

British Gas owner boss boldly commits to small investors

Frank: Chris O’Shea blames past acquisitions for loss of focus Centrica chief executive Chris O’Shea has spent the morning chatting with some of the British Gas owner’s biggest shareholders. Their mood, he reports in the midst of a real energy crisis, was “difficult.” Speaking to The Mail on Sunday in …

Read More »

The story of Najib’s Arab gifts surpasses that of the Thousand and One Nights: judges

PUTRAJAYA: Former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak (PhotoThe defense that the RM42million in his personal accounts was part of Arab donation money has been described as a story going beyond that of the 1,001 Thousand and One Nights. In fact, in a 308-page written judgment, Court of Appeal …

Read More »

farmers: UN human rights expert hails Indian government decision to repeal agricultural laws

A UN human rights expert hailed the Indian government’s decision to repeal the three controversial agricultural laws, expressing the hope that any further action on agricultural sector reform will be “informed” by the commitments of the United Nations. country in human rights and taken in the context of serious consultations …

Read More »

Prime Minister Modi emphasizes conservation of natural resources and cites the case of Umngot River in Meghalaya

Hailing citizens for taking action to preserve nature, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at his 83rd Mann Ki Baat session, referred to the image of the Meghalaya floating boat, which appears to be in the air. The PM also pointed out that apart from government projects and initiatives, the efforts of …

Read More »

Dominic Cummings calls on Boris to ‘put aside’ human rights law to address migrant crisis | World | New

Channel crossings: patrol of border forces following deaths The ex-adviser to the Prime Minister took to Twitter to accuse the government of failing to explain the facts included in the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) and human rights law ( HRA) that make it “illegal” to stop the flow …

Read More »

Harsh human rights law reforms will make it easier to deport migrants who break the law

Dominic Raab steps up the pressure on human rights law: reforms described as “spicy” will make it easier to deport migrants who break the law Reforms will make it easier to deport failed asylum seekers and foreign criminals Dominic Raab to reveal results of review of new measures “before Christmas” …

Read More »

US must lead the way to prevent Sudan from becoming the next Libya

When a post-colonial country with little or no democratic tradition escapes a brutal dictatorship, it rarely becomes a democracy. Instead, he is likely to be faced with political chaos and foreign players scrambling for strategic advantage. This is what happened in Iraq after the fall of Saddam Hussein, and in …

Read More »

Where is the President in what is happening? – ARAB HOURS

WhatsApp Facebook Twitter E-mail Messenger The recently resigned Cabinet will not be missed by the majority of Kuwaitis. Today, the ball is in the court of the President of the National Assembly, who must convey to the political leadership the specific and clear aspirations of the people, which is to …

Read More »

Israeli Budget, Intended to Increase Funding for the Arab-Israeli Sector, Would Boost the Islamist Party | JNS

The Israeli government on Thursday approved the state budget for 2021, which includes more than $ 9.6 billion for the Arab sector, a prize for Mansour Abbas’s Ra’am party, which is part of the ruling coalition. . Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said the passage of the budget was a …

Read More »

Sudan: military takeover threatens rights

(Nairobi) – The Sudanese military leaders responsible for the October 25, 2021 takeover must respect and protect the rights of all Sudanese, including the right to life and to protest peacefully, Human Rights Watch said today. The military leaders, who have since dissolved the transitional government and imposed a state …

Read More »

Poles rally to defend EU membership amid fear of ‘Polexit’ | News of the protests

Opposition leader Donald Tusk called for demonstrations to defend Poland’s retention in the bloc of 27 nations. Large protests are taking place across Poland in support of the European Union after a court this week challenged the supremacy of EU law, widening the wedge with Brussels. Thousands of people filled …

Read More »

King of Jordan vows to support Lebanon during meeting with Prime Minister

AMMAN, Jordan (AP) – Jordan’s King Abdullah II received the Lebanese Prime Minister in Amman on Sunday, saying his country will support the small nation and its people during the worst economic crisis in its history. Prime Minister Najib Mikati’s visit to Jordan is his first to an Arab country …

Read More »

The West must unite to fight for human rights

Human rights seem non-existent in today’s world. It is because the democracies of the world are not fighting for it. While the dictatorships of the world always seem to support each other, the democracies of the world do not do the same when it comes to upholding their own fundamental …

Read More »

An interview with California Governor Gavin Newsom + Freshman Rep Jake Auchincloss on JI’s podcast

?? Repression : Representatives Tom Malinowski (D-NJ), Maria Elvira Salazar (R-FL), Steve Cohen (D-TN) and Joe Wilson (R-SC) introduced a bill to tackle money laundering in United States by foreign leaders, which they presented in part as a response to the Pandora Papers. Hill Hold-up: Senator Ron Paul’s blocking of …

Read More »

The sidelining of Abbas will remove the biggest obstacle to peace

(October 7, 2021 / FLAME) On September 24, Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas told members of the UN General Assembly that he was only giving Israel one year to withdraw from the former Jewish homelands of Judea and Samaria … or he was going to cancel his recognition of the …

Read More »

“Health officials decided on recalls, not the government”

Health Ministry professionals have decided on the outline of the Green Pass and the need for a booster dose of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine, Public Health Chief Dr Sharon Alroy-Preis said on Wednesday during a meeting of the Constitution, Law and Justice Commission. The meeting met to discuss the expiration …

Read More »

Development of Sinai – Egypt – Al-Ahram Weekly

Al-Sisi oversees the new wastewater treatment plant On Monday, President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi inaugurated the world’s largest wastewater treatment plant. The Bahr Al-Baqar wastewater treatment plant, east of Port Said, will treat 5.6 million cubic meters per day which can then be used to irrigate farmland in Sinai. Mohamed Ghanem, spokesman …

Read More »

Egypt needs to improve irrigation efficiency due to limited water resources: Al-Sisi

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi said on Monday that the quality and efficiency of irrigation systems must be improved given the country’s limited water resources. Al-Sisi’s remarks came on Monday at the inauguration ceremony of the Bahr El-Baqar water treatment plant, the largest of its kind in the world. The …

Read More »

PA urges Sudan to hand over seized assets to Hamas

The Palestinian Authority has called on the Sudanese government to hand over property it seized from Hamas as part of a recent crackdown on the terrorist group. Hussein al-Sheikh, a close friend of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, tweeted on Saturday: “We hope that the brother state of Sudan, which …

Read More »

PM Modi emphasizes importance of natural resources and says oceans must be protected

New York: Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his address to the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Saturday stressed the importance of natural resources and said “we must protect our oceans”. “Our oceans are also the lifeline of international trade. We must protect them from the …

Read More »

As budget progresses, Ra’am leader said to warn coalition not to keep promises

Ra’am party leader Mansour Abbas made some very critical comments about the coalition he is a part of before the state budget was approved, Channel 12 news reported on Friday, saying it does not hold not the promises she made to Arab countries. public from its inception. The network cited …

Read More »

UAE pledges to increase investment in Britain

UK Business Updates Sign up for myFT Daily Digest to be the first in the UK on business news. The United Arab Emirates will announce a sharp increase in investment in the UK as the oil-rich Gulf state expands a multibillion pound partnership with the UK government. UAE and UK …

Read More »

Human Rights Commissioner urges Poland to protect rights of trapped migrants

The Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights called on Poland to protect the human rights of Afghan migrants stranded on its border with Belarus. The migrants have been camping in the open for two weeks. Poland must take immediate action on the fate of around 25 people stranded at …

Read More »

Prosecutors reportedly investigate ex-Mossad chief Yossi Cohen

The prosecution will examine the allegations that Yossi Cohen, the former head of the Mossad intelligence agency, accepted an illicit gift worth $ 20,000, among other allegations, according to Hebrew-language media. Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit has asked State Attorney Amit Aisman to conduct a full investigation into the apparent serious …

Read More »

Environment Ministry to receive additional NIS 625million to tackle climate change

The two-year state budget approved by ministers on Monday includes for the first time a special allocation of NIS 625 million (nearly $ 195 million) to fight climate change. The complex 2021-2022 national budget must now go through committee stages and three Knesset plenary readings by the November 4 deadline. …

Read More »

Lebanese authorities failed to protect residents

BEIRUT (AP) – Senior Lebanese officials knew of the risks posed by the highly explosive materials stored for years in the port of Beirut and did nothing to protect the public from it, an international rights group said on Tuesday humans. In a report on last year’s massive explosion, Human …

Read More »

In Iraq, politically sanctioned corruption proves once again fatal

Opinion: The two deadly fires that recently killed hundreds of people in Iraqi hospitals were not a coincidence, but the consequence of widespread corruption and years of neglect, writes Taif Alkhudary. The deadly fire at the Covid isolation ward at Al-Hussein hospital was the second major hospital fire in Iraq …

Read More »

New forms of protest emerge amid Lebanese crisis

In the shadow of the stalled revolution in Lebanon, new forms of protest are emerging to confront the political class. In the deserted corridors of the souks of downtown Beirut, one night in late June, three young men dressed in any clothes approach. They introduce themselves using only their first …

Read More »

Consultations in Lebanon on New Government to Begin Next Week |

BEIRUT – The Lebanese presidency has said parliamentary consultations to choose a new prime minister will begin on July 26, in another attempt to push reluctant Lebanese politicians to form a government to save the country from the financial crisis. Lebanon was ruled by an interim administration for nearly a …

Read More »

Future Fund revenues up 33%; Depletion of reserves – ARAB TIMES

WhatsApp Facebook Twitter E-mail Messenger “Very solid” financial situation, according to the minister KUWAIT CITY, July 1 (Agencies): Kuwait’s financial situation is “very strong” and supported by the “Future Generations” reserve fund, the country’s finance minister said on Thursday, noting that the fund has grown exponentially lately. . The fund …

Read More »

The Palestinian people against the PA

The Palestinian people against the PA Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. (AFP / File) The claim that the days of the Palestinian Authority (PA) are numbered has been repeated often recently, especially after the deadly torture last month of Palestinian popular activist Nizar Banat at the hands of PA security personnel …

Read More »

OPEC + panel sees risk of oil glut after April 2022, report says

BEIRUT: Ibrahim Arab queues for several hours a day in the hot summer sun to buy gasoline for his taxi.When not working, the 37-year-old father-of-two goes from pharmacy to pharmacy in Beirut, looking for infant formula for his 7-month-old son – anything he can find – even if the infant …

Read More »

Hamas: Palestinian Authority hinders reconstruction of Gaza

Hamas does not trust the Palestinian Authority when it comes to rebuilding the Gaza Strip, senior Hamas official Musa Abu Marzouk said at the weekend. Abu Marzouk, deputy head of Hamas’s political bureau abroad, also said his group rejects any attempt to tie the reconstruction of Gaza to the issue …

Read More »

Natural Resources Minister meets Toledo residents to discuss land issues – Love FM

Minister of Natural Resources, Cordel Hyde was in the southernmost municipality to meet with residents with the plan to resolve their land issues. We join Toledo’s senior correspondent Paul Mahung for the details. Paul Mahung, Toledo Correspondent: Minister of Natural Resources, Deputy Prime Minister Cordel Hyde paid an intense working …

Read More »

Hungarian anti-LGBT + law criticized as “human rights violation”

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Hungary’s ban on school talks on sexuality or transgender issues is “an affront to human rights,” the UK’s first human rights envoy said on Thursday. LGBT, saying he would join the European Union (EU) to fight the new law. The EU criticized the law adopted …

Read More »

ISHM: June 10 – 17, 2021 – Iraq

Key points to remember: IHEC reverses the rule, allows candidates to withdraw; Officials flock to the Sunni shrine following a threat; Fatah attacks Baghdad-Erbil budget deal – On June 10, Kataib Hezbollah militia threatened retaliation if Iraqi Prime Minister al-Kadhimi ordered another arrest of a PMF commander. On June 11, …

Read More »

UAE imposes new COVID-19 travel measures for passengers from countries like India and Pakistan

BEIRUT: Lebanese prosecutors have been instructed to crack down on the monopoly on food and petroleum products as political, security and diplomatic concerns grow over explosive daily protests. Spontaneous protests also demand access to medicines, fuel, hospitalization and electricity.The American University of Beirut’s Crisis Observatory warned that “the risk of …

Read More »

A letter to Jerusalem on areas of common interest

Harold Halpern | Sarasota Herald-Tribune Editor’s Note: This is a letter that retired Sarasota lawyer Harold Halpern, a board member of the American Association of Jewish Lawyers and Lawyers, wrote to a friend in Israel. Dear Stu, It’s time to share my thoughts on a new government, which may soon …

Read More »

How much Australians really have in their retirement savings – and what YOU can do from July 1

The worrying retirement levels of most Australians – and what you can do from NEXT MONTH to make sure you can retire comfortably Average Australian retirement pension balances stand at $ 143,979, new data shows That’s well below the $ 535,000 recommended for a comfortable retirement Men generally had $ …

Read More »

Hate preachers in UK to be treated as ‘priority threat’ amid concerns over resurgence of extremism

LONDON: Some of the world’s poorest countries, including Yemen and Afghanistan, could face devastating food shortages as well as the closure of health and education facilities due to planned cuts in the UK United in foreign aid spending, charities have warned. Ahead of a potential vote in the House of …

Read More »

US money funds racist Jewish supremacist settler gangs in Israel, helps fuel anti-Arab violence – RT Op-ed

The latest escalation in the fighting in Palestine / Israel has highlighted the Israeli government’s support for extremist Israeli settler groups, but new information now reveals that American charities are funding them as well. US President Joe Biden has provided consistent diplomatic support to Benjamin Netanyahu’s right-wing government throughout its …

Read More »

The Tigray conflict: Ethiopia’s humanitarian catastrophe – Harry Sanders

June 3, 2021 by guest contributor Map of the Tigray conflict, which started in November and continues This article was written by Harry Sanders, content editor for the Immigration counseling service. As of November 2020, the Tigray region in northern Ethiopia has been the epicenter of a terrible (and extremely …

Read More »

History is written as Israeli Arab Ra’am party joins Bennett-Lapid coalition

Surrounded by camera flashes at a luxury hotel in Ramat Gan, conservative Islamist leader Ra’am Mansour Abbas made history Wednesday night when he became the first Israeli Arab party leader in half a century to sign a deal to sit in a coalition government. “This is the first time that …

Read More »

Military must “scrupulously” respect human rights and release civilian leaders

Alioune Tine, independent human rights expert in Mali, said that contrary to reports, President Bah N’Daw and former Prime Minister Moctar Ouane were not released by the army on May 27, but placed under house arrest. This development follows Mali’s second coup in less than a year. The ousted president …

Read More »

Islamist party leader says he will be “part of the coalition” as Lapid government deadline approaches – Election in Israel 2021

Joint List Chairman Mansour Abbas said on Tuesday he was “optimistic” about the chances of forming a new coalition, meeting with anti-Netanyahu bloc leaders in Kfar Maccabiah, central Israel. Asked by reporters whether his party would be part of the ruling coalition or sit in the opposition, Abbas said he …

Read More »

Judge Arun Mishra could become the new chairman of the National Human Rights Commission

A high-level recommendation committee has reportedly nominated Justice Arun Mishra, who retired from the Supreme Court last year, to be the new NHRC chairman. Former Supreme Court Justice of India Judge Arun Mishra is expected to be appointed as the new chairman of the National Human Rights Commission. The Hindu …

Read More »

[Jeffrey D. Sachs] America, Human Rights, and Israel’s War on Palestine

Israel’s attempt to justify its latest brutal assault on Gaza rings hollow for anyone familiar with the events in Israel, where the government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, backed by anti-Arab racists, has systematically, cruelly and consistently violated human rights fundamentals of the Arab population. Human Rights Watch, a global …

Read More »

A deputy in appeal for the resumption of flights – ARAB TIMES

WhatsApp Facebook Twitter E-mail Messenger KUWAIT CITY, May 29: MP Saad Al-Khanfour has called for the resumption of direct flights to and from countries where large numbers of Kuwaitis study, foremost Egypt and Jordan. He pointed out that Kuwaiti students are suffering financially and morally due to recent decisions, as …

Read More »

With denuclearization stalled, Biden should focus on human rights reform in North Korea

The last weeks joint statement Between President BidenJoe BidenMcGahn to testify next week ahead of a closed-door panel on long-standing bout Biden discusses Israel-Gaza ceasefire, Middle East relations with Egypt’s al-Sisi EU for sanction Belarus for hijacked theft PLUS and Moon Jae-in, President of the Republic of Korea (ROK), opened …

Read More »

Finland deserves a seat on the United Nations Human Rights Council …

Prime Minister of Finland, Sanna Marin. (Photo: EPA-EFE / FRANCISCO SECO / PISCINE) Finland’s Ambassador to South Africa, Raija Anne Lammila, is quite confident that her country will get one of the other two seats. But she is by no means complacent. And neither did his government. First published in …

Read More »

Study finds political decisions during first wave of pandemic threatened basic human right to life of most vulnerable Scots

Bad decisions by politicians during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic threatened the basic human right to life of the most vulnerable Scots, the research concludes. People most at risk of serious illness and death, including nursing home residents and key workers, have been abandoned by public authorities, according …

Read More »

This week in history: April 26 to May 2

25 years ago: Indian general election sweeps the Congress Party out of office BJP leader Atal Behari Vajpayee The Indian general elections, held from April 27 to May 2, 1996, replaced the Congress Party as the largest party in parliament with the Hindu-Chauvinist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The election resulted …

Read More »

Human rights violations should take heart stage in Egypt

“It’s not vital or acceptable to help the vocal enemies of america as a result of they invoke the rhetoric of standard liberation.” – Amb. Jeanne Kirkpatrick Within the Center East, the brand new US administration is as soon as once more confronted with the acquainted alternative of supporting conventional …

Read More »

The Arab Spring is just not over but … it’s about to start

Worry of the Biden administration, concern over the Abrahamic Accords (see under), positioning of geopolitical standing within the Center East, and safeguarding pursuits in Israel are the primary components by way of which Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan seeks to enhance relations. with Israel which, nonetheless, it connects to the …

Read More »

Suga-Biden summit to check Japan’s place on human rights

Informationfrom Japan Politics Apr 4, 2021 Tokyo, April 4 (Jiji Press) – Human rights rapidly grew to become a scorching diplomatic matter on the upcoming assembly between Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and US President Joe Biden. Japan faces rising strain, from each its nation and the US, to behave …

Read More »

Latvia joins eurozone as euro turns 15th – EURACTIV.com

Latvia joined the euro zone yesterday (January 1), capitalizing on its experience of austerity to bring it prosperity in a monetary union where other economies have floundered. The Baltic country of 2 million people adopted the EU’s common currency on the 15th anniversary of the launch of the euro. The …

Read More »

GC is set to beat the disaster and transfer ahead with its three-step technique

Dr. Kongkrapan Intarajang, CEO of PTT World Chemical Public Firm Restricted, introduced the corporate’s operational path for 2021 highlighting a coverage of “power from inside and creating new alternatives within the new regular”, accelerating and bettering its three-step technique to strengthen its management within the chemical compounds worldwide and contribute …

Read More »

UC Endorses Calls to Harvard to Condemn Allegations of Human Rights Violations Throughout Protests in India | Information

The Pupil Council on Sunday handed a legislation approving a petition calling on Harvard directors and the college’s Lakshmi Mittal and Household South Asia Institute to “denounce the detention and crackdown” on protesters in India beneath the Prime Minister’s administration Narendra D. Modi. The act, sponsored by Ivy Yard rep …

Read More »