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Sep 13, 2019
MEA's Vijay Thakur Singh meets UN rights chief in Geneva, expresses India's concerns on Pakistan-backed cross-border terrorismA senior Indian diplomat on Thursday met UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet here and conveyed India's concerns on cross border terrorism from Pakistan.
Sep 11, 2019
Shah Mahmood Qureshi asks UN to launch probe into situation in Kashmir, says threat of 'genocide' looming over stateShah Mahmood Qureshi also said that the top UN rights body should not be embarrassed on the world stage by its inaction over the Kashmir issue.
Sep 10, 2019
UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet warns climate change is a global threat to human rights, says 'Amazon fires are burning up our future'UN human right chief Michelle Bachelet said that climate change is a rapidly growing and a global threat to human rights and said that incidents like fires raging in the Amazon are 'burning up our future'.
Sep 05, 2019
Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro accuses UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet of meddling in country's internal affairsJair Bolsonaro waded into another international row over sovereignty, this time accusing UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet of meddling in Brazil's internal affairs after she raised concerns over a spike in killings by police officers.
Aug 20, 2019
Sri Lanka rejects criticism over new army chief accused of war crimes, calls it 'sovereign decision'Sri Lanka on Tuesday rejected the mounting international criticism of the appointment of a general accused of war crimes as the island nation's army chief.
Aug 09, 2019
UN rights body criticises US sanctions against Venezuela govt, says 'deeply worried' about impact on human rightsThe UN rights chief intensified criticism of US sanctions targeting Venezuela, condemning the latest measures as 'extremely broad' with the potential to exacerbate suffering among an already vulnerable population.
Jun 24, 2019
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights urges countries to repatriate families of Islamic State fightersThe United Nations rights chief called on countries to repatriate family members, including some 29,000 children, of suspected foreign fighters in Syria.
Apr 11, 2019
UN rights experts condemn Julian Assange's arrest, warns of 'grave consequences' in case of extradition to USBritish police, acting on behalf of Washington, arrested WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at Ecuador's embassy in London after Quito terminated the diplomatic protection he had held for nearly seven years
Mar 22, 2019
Caster Semenya vs IAAF: UN Human Rights Council condemns athletics body's attempts to regulate testosterone levels in female athletesDouble Olympic champion Semenya, who has dominated the women's 800 metres over the last decade, has filed a challenge against the IAAF at the Court of Arbitration for Sport
Mar 07, 2019
Venezuela expels German ambassador for backing Juan Guaido, accuses him of 'interfering' in internal affairsThe foreign ministry said Daniel Martin Kreiner had 48 hours to leave for "interference" in Venezuela's internal affairs. He had greeted Guaido at Caracas airport on his return to the country on Monday.