US hits Iranian officers with travel restriction over ‘gross human rights violations’

Mar 9, 2021 The Biden administration on Tuesday slapped travel restrictions on two Iranian officers accused of “gross violations of human rights” of their roles as interrogators for Tehran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). Ali Hemmatian and Masoud Safdari and their fast households are barred from coming into the United States for his or her alleged involvement in “torture… Continue reading US hits Iranian officers with travel restriction over ‘gross human rights violations’

Intel: Blinken tells Egypt that human rights are ‘central’ to US relationship

Feb 23, 2021 Human rights will characteristic considerably within the Biden administration’s relationship with Egypt, Secretary of State Antony Blinken instructed his Egyptian counterpart on Tuesday, per week after Washington greenlit the potential sale of missiles to Cairo. During his telephone name with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry, Blinken “raised concerns over human rights, which he emphasized… Continue reading Intel: Blinken tells Egypt that human rights are ‘central’ to US relationship

MEPs to research alleged human rights violations by Frontex

Fourteen MEPs are set to research the actions of the bloc’s border guard company after a number of studies emerged unveiling that Frontex was concerned in unlawful migrant pushbacks and different human rights violations.  The move adopted a determination by the parliament’s Civil Liberties committee on January 29 that arrange a short lived working group on… Continue reading MEPs to research alleged human rights violations by Frontex

Gaganyaan: Second unmanned mission deliberate in 2022-23 adopted by human spaceflight, says govt

The human spaceflight module of Gaganyaan shall be launched after the second unmanned mission deliberate in 2022-23, Union minister Jitendra Singh mentioned on Wednesday. It was initially envisaged that the Rs 10,000 crore Gaganyaan mission goals to ship a three-member crew to house for 5 to seven days by 2022 when India completes 75 years… Continue reading Gaganyaan: Second unmanned mission deliberate in 2022-23 adopted by human spaceflight, says govt

Fifty-four Senators signal letter criticizing Turkey’s human rights file

Feb 10, 2021 More than half of the US Senate has signed a letter urging US President Joe Biden to push Turkey on its human rights file. Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon and Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida wrote the letter, Wyden mentioned in a press launch. In the letter, they allege that Turkish President Recep… Continue reading Fifty-four Senators signal letter criticizing Turkey’s human rights file

Iran to start out human trials on second native COVID vaccine

Announcement comes on identical day Iran’s first vaccine, COVIran Barekat, accomplished its first part of human trials. Tehran, Iran – A second domestically manufactured COVID-19 vaccine will quickly start human trials in Iran, officers introduced. The vaccine, known as Razi COV-Pars, was unveiled on Sunday in a ceremony in Tehran attended by a bunch of… Continue reading Iran to start out human trials on second native COVID vaccine

Pakistan apprises UN of India’s ‘gross, systematic’ human rights violations in Kashmir

— AFP/File Pakistan has apprised the United Nations of Indian’s systematic and gross human rights violations in occupied Kashmir, a press release from the Foreign Office stated Friday. Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi , on the event of Kashmir Solidarity Day, penned a letter to the United Nations Security Council President and the UN Secretary-General.… Continue reading Pakistan apprises UN of India’s ‘gross, systematic’ human rights violations in Kashmir

President Biden is advancing the human rights of LGBTQI+ individuals all over the world

In line with American ethical and moral ideas, President Joe Biden signed a Presidential Memorandum to “promote and protect the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex (LGBTQI+) persons around the world.” The initiative of President Biden is not directly, but in a slightly clear method, suggesting that any more the vacation… Continue reading President Biden is advancing the human rights of LGBTQI+ individuals all over the world

Frontex suspends operations in Hungary over human rights abuses

Europe’s Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex) introduced on Wednesday it had suspended all operations in Hungary over the federal government’s remedy of asylum seekers.  The move adopted a ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in December, which discovered that Hungary “was in breach of EU law” by proscribing entry to asylum seekers… Continue reading Frontex suspends operations in Hungary over human rights abuses