United Nations Council investigates Iran’s bloody crackdown on peaceful protests

BERLIN (AP) — The UN Human Rights Council on Thursday voted to condemn the bloody crackdown on peaceful protests in Iran and to create an independent fact-finding mission to investigate alleged abuses, particularly those against women and children. A resolution by Germany and Iceland was supported by 25 countries, including the United States and many … Read more

UN rights organization regrets Iran’s crackdown, investigates

BERLIN — The UN Human Rights Council voted on Thursday to condemn the bloody crackdown on peaceful protests in Iran and to set up an independent fact-finding mission to investigate alleged abuses, particularly those against women and children. A resolution by Germany and Iceland was supported by 25 countries, including the United States and many … Read more

Iran in ‘full-fledged human rights crisis’ says UN rights chief

Issued on: 24/11/2022 – 13:35 The UN rights chief on Thursday urged Iran to immediately end violence against demonstrators as countries debated whether to launch an investigation into Tehran’s deadly crackdown. Volker Turk opened an emergency session of the UN Human Rights Council, where countries were convened to discuss Iran’s “deteriorating human rights situation” and … Read more

Dominican Republic displaces 1,800 children to Haiti: UNICEF

HAVANA — Dominican authorities have deported at least 1,800 unaccompanied Haitian migrant children this year and returned them to their crisis-ravaged country, UNICEF said. The Dominican Republic denied the allegation, which came amid the government’s intensification of crackdown on migration in response to a cholera outbreak and ongoing gang violence in Haiti on Tuesday. The … Read more

Chinese media criticize Australian AUKUS deal after G-20 Xi, Albanian meeting

Just days after an apparent détente between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, China’s state media has laid out the terms: AUKUS is dangerous, AUKUS must go. “AUKUS is a tool for sowing unrest and arousing unfounded suspicion about Beijing’s intentions,” an unattributed editorial in the Chinese Communist Party states. Worldwide times … Read more

North Korea calls UN’s Guterres ‘puppet of the US’ after launch

Seoul, South Korea — North Korea’s foreign minister called UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres “a puppet of the United States” when she stabbed the UN chief for joining the US-led condemnation of the country’s recent intercontinental ballistic missile test. connected north. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has previously issued a statement strongly condemning North Korea’s ICBM launch … Read more

New global climate agreement signed at conference in Egypt

Climate remediation, or “loss and damage” financing, is a highly divisive and emotional issue seen as a fundamental issue of climate justice. Sean Gallup | Getty Images News | Getty Images Government ministers and negotiators from nearly 200 countries finally struck an agreement on Sunday to keep a vitally important global warming target alive. The … Read more

UN climate talks ready for disaster fund deal

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt (AP) — Negotiators say they have reached a potential breakthrough on the thorniest issue of the United Nations’ climate talks in Egypt: the creation of a fund to compensate poor countries affected by extreme climate change. weather exacerbated by rich countries’ carbon pollution. Several cabinet ministers from around the world told The … Read more

Child mortality ‘must stop’ in Iran, says UNICEF, as protests continue

CNN — The United Nations children’s agency, UNICEF, said it remains deeply concerned about reports of children being killed, injured and detained in Iran, it said in a statement Friday, adding that the reported deaths of children in anti-government protests ” must stop”. .” “An estimated 50 children have reportedly lost their lives in the … Read more

‘Loss and damages’ negotiations dominate the closing day of COP27 | News about the climate crisis

Global climate talks have entered the last scheduled day of negotiations as the chances of a deal still appear unclear. The United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) in Egypt was expected to pass its deadline on Friday and over the weekend, with wealthy and developing countries deadlocked on setting up a fund for countries devastated … Read more