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Sep 23, 2014
India to seek re-election to UN Human Rights Council next monthIndia will seek re-election to the UN's main human rights body for a second consecutive term in a vote to be held next month.
Sep 08, 2014
Islamic State militants want to create a 'house of blood': UN Rights chiefIn his maiden address to the UN Human Rights Council, Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein lashed out at the militant group calling itself the Islamic State,
Sep 07, 2014
Sri Lanka to counter charge of war crime at UNHRC sessionsThis will be the first session of the UN rights body after the adoption of Sri Lanka resolution in March.
Sep 03, 2014
Sri Lankan man sets himself on fire to protest UN action against island countryA 73-year-old man has died after he set himself on fire here to protest the international action against Lanka over its alleged human rights violation
Jul 18, 2014
Sri Lanka to conduct probe into military's alleged rights abusesRajapakse also announced three foreign war crimes experts had been appointed to the commission to act as advisers during the probe.
May 16, 2014
We can trace those who went missing in civil war: SL armySri Lanka today said it can trace people, believed to have disappeared in the aftermath of the nearly three-decade conflict with the LTTE
Jan 12, 2014
US official records witnesses accounts of 'serious abuses' in Sri LankaA top American official probing war crimes has recorded eyewitness accounts of alleged serious "abuses" and violations of international human rights law by Sri Lankan army during the final stages of its war with Tamil Tigers, according to a statement from the US embassy here.
Nov 22, 2013
UN anti-spying resolution weakened in bid to gain US, British supportA draft U.N. resolution that some diplomats said suggested spying in foreign countries could be a human rights violation...
Nov 16, 2013
Sri Lanka: Will appeal to UN for international probe, says David CameronBritain's Prime Minister David Cameron on Saturday threatened to push for an independent international inquiry into allegations of war crimes at the climax of Sri Lanka's 26-year civil war if the island nation does not conduct its own probe by March 2014.
May 31, 2013
UN expert urges moratorium on 'killer robots'Nations should agree to a moratorium on developing robots for war that can function autonomously before it is too late to stop their use, a U.N. human rights expert warned Thursday...