Human Rights

Misrata-Istanbul cruises signal for further development of Turkiye-Libya ties

May 30, 2022

Karanfil Grup, a Turkish company conducting cruises between Istanbul and Libya’s seaport Misrata, created an important touristic and business link between Turkiye and Libya, the head of the group said. Murtaza Karanfil stressed that the cruises are one of the biggest indicators that the relations between the two countries will be further developed. Karanfil noted […]

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Global oil supply down in April with Russian supplies shut in

May 12, 2022

Global oil supply in April saw its biggest monthly loss since February last year, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said in its monthly oil market report on Thursday.Supply decreased by 710,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 98.14 million bpd, as Russia …

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Global oil supply down in April with Russian supplies shut in

May 12, 2022

Global oil supply in April saw its biggest monthly loss since February last year, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said in its monthly oil market report on Thursday.Supply decreased by 710,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 98.14 million bpd, as Russia …

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US says it was ‘properly notified’ of Russian ICBM test

April 20, 2022

The US was “properly notified” beforehand of a Russian test of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), the Pentagon said Wednesday.Spokesman John Kirby said the Kremlin gave advance notice of the test under its New START Treaty obligations.”It wa…

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Saudi Arabia halts deportation of four Uyghurs to China

April 14, 2022

Published by Al-Araby Plans to deport four Uyghurs, including a 13-year-old girl, from Saudi Arabiato China were aborted on Wednesday, according to Amnesty International. Alkan Akad, a China researcher for Amnesty, told The New Arab that the deportation “didn’t go through”, but stressed that the four individuals still remain at “high risk”. The rights group […]

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Putin says Ukraine changed its stance from Istanbul peace talks

April 12, 2022

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday said Ukraine had changed its stance from last month’s peace talks in Istanbul, saying the talks are now at a “dead end.””We reached at a certain level of agreements in Istanbul, which suggested that security …

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Kremlin spokesman says Bucha ‘well-planned tragic show’ to malign Russia

April 5, 2022

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov called on Tuesday the video shooting from Ukraine’s city of Bucha “a tragic show” organized to malign the Russian military.Speaking at a daily briefing in Moscow, Peskov said any accusations against the Russian military …

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Syria: Four children killed by regime shelling, monitor says

April 4, 2022

Published by Al-Araby Four children were killed on their way to school on Monday morning after regime forces shelled a town in the Idlib region, Syria’s last main rebel bastion, a war monitor said. The shelling targeted Maarat Al-Naasan, a town in the northern countryside of Idlib province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. […]

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