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  • Jeff Bezos Phone Hack: What We Know, and Don't

    Jeff Bezos Phone Hack: What We Know, and Don't

    UN human rights experts are asking Washington to investigate a suspected Saudi hack that may have siphoned data from the personal smartphone of Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and owner of The Washington Post. But the forensic evidence they cite comes from an incomplete study of Bezos's phone, raising multiple questions.

  • China Accuses UN Rights Chief Of "Inappropriate" Interference Over Hong Kong

    China Accuses UN Rights Chief Of "Inappropriate" Interference Over Hong Kong

    China on Saturday accused UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet of "inappropriate" interference in the country's affairs after she called for investigations into alleged excessive use of force by police in Hong Kong.

  • J&K Move Creating Obstacles For Pak's Sponsorship Of Terrorism: India

    J&K Move Creating Obstacles For Pak's Sponsorship Of Terrorism: India

    India slammed Pakistan during the ongoing 42nd session of the UN Human Rights Council for repeatedly misusing international forums to peddle its narrative on the Kashmir issue.

  • To Pak Media's Questions On Kashmir, UN Gives "Clear Opinion"

    To Pak Media's Questions On Kashmir, UN Gives "Clear Opinion"

    The United Nations on Wednesday indicated its acknowledgement of the Indian stance that Jammu and Kashmir is a bilateral issue and said dialogue between India and Pakistan is an "absolute essential element for the solution". India had reiterated its stand on Jammu and Kashmir at the UN Human Rights Council last week and accused Pakistan of attempti...

  • India Expresses Concern Over Cross-Border Terrorism Emanating From Pak

    India Expresses Concern Over Cross-Border Terrorism Emanating From Pak

    A senior Indian diplomat on Thursday met UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet and conveyed India's concerns on the threat posed by cross-border terrorism emanating from Pakistan.

  • India Expresses Concern At UN Over Terrorism Emanating From Pakistan

    India Expresses Concern At UN Over Terrorism Emanating From Pakistan

    A senior Indian diplomat on Thursday met UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet in Geneva and conveyed India's concerns on the threat posed by cross border terrorism emanating from Pakistan.

  • 'What About Atrocities On Us?' Baloch Activists As Pak Raises J&K At UN

    'What About Atrocities On Us?' Baloch Activists As Pak Raises J&K At UN

    Pakistan's attempt to corner India on Jammu and Kashmir at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva wasstymied by Baloch activists, who spoke out against the atrocities unleashed by the Pakistani military in its own backyard, Balochistan.

  • "Fabricated Narrative By Pakistan": India On Kashmir At UN Rights Body

    "Fabricated Narrative By Pakistan": India On Kashmir At UN Rights Body

    India today issued a strong response to Pakistan's comments at the United Nation's Human Rights Council, calling it "offensive rhetoric, false allegation and concocted charges". Vijay Thakur Singh, the Secretary East, who addressed the meet, also said the government's move on Jammu and Kashmir was an internal matter for India.

  • Highlights - Pak's "Gory Record Speaks For Itself": India's Rebuttal At UN Rights Body Over Kashmir

    Highlights - Pak's "Gory Record Speaks For Itself": India's Rebuttal At UN Rights Body Over Kashmir

    India addressed a UN meet today countering Pakistan's repeated claims of human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir. Saying that Pakistan is using a "fabricated narrative", India in a stern worded statement accused the neighbouring country of making "false allegations."

  • At UN Rights Body, India To Rebut Pak On Jammu And Kashmir

    At UN Rights Body, India To Rebut Pak On Jammu And Kashmir

    Pakistan, which has been making repeated unsuccessful efforts to flag Jammu and Kashmir at various international forums, today made a pitch at the UN Human Rights Council. The global body, it said, should investigate the situation in Jammu and Kashmir.

  • India Set To Rebut Pak On Kashmir At UN Rights Body Today

    India Set To Rebut Pak On Kashmir At UN Rights Body Today

    India and Pakistan are expected to face off today over Jammu and Kashmir at the ongoing UN Human Rights Council session in Geneva, Switzerland. Pakistan, which has so far been unsuccessfully flagging the government's move to end special status of Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcate it into two union territories at various international forums, had ann...

  • "Deeply Concerned," Says UN Rights Chief On Kashmir, Raises Assam Too

    "Deeply Concerned," Says UN Rights Chief On Kashmir, Raises Assam Too

    With the lockdown in Kashmir entering its sixth week, the chief of the United Nations Human Rights Council on Monday said she was "deeply concerned" about the severe restrictions ordered by the Indian government since it revoked Jammu and Kashmir's decades-old special status last month.

  • "You Must Be Stupid": Rodrigo Duterte Says Won't Be Tried By International Court

    "You Must Be Stupid": Rodrigo Duterte Says Won't Be Tried By International Court

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has declared he will never be tried by an international court for mass killings in his war on drugs, and vowed no let-up in a crackdown that he said he was winning and would see through "to the very end".

  • "Legitimises Terrorism": India Protests UN Body Report On Kashmir

    "Legitimises Terrorism": India Protests UN Body Report On Kashmir

    India has reacted strongly and lodged a diplomatic protest over a new report by the UN Office of the High Commission for Human Rights on the situation in Jammu and Kashmir. The Indian government has called the report "false, with a motivated narrative".

  • Saudi Arabia Rebuked Over Jamal Khashoggi Murder At UN Rights Body

    Saudi Arabia Rebuked Over Jamal Khashoggi Murder At UN Rights Body

    Thirty-six nations condemned Saudi Arabia on Thursday over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in a rare censure of the oil-rich kingdom at the UN Human Rights Council.

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'Un Human Rights' - 238 News Result(s)

  • Jeff Bezos Phone Hack: What We Know, and Don't

    Jeff Bezos Phone Hack: What We Know, and Don't

    UN human rights experts are asking Washington to investigate a suspected Saudi hack that may have siphoned data from the personal smartphone of Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and owner of The Washington Post. But the forensic evidence they cite comes from an incomplete study of Bezos's phone, raising multiple questions.

  • China Accuses UN Rights Chief Of "Inappropriate" Interference Over Hong Kong

    China Accuses UN Rights Chief Of "Inappropriate" Interference Over Hong Kong

    China on Saturday accused UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet of "inappropriate" interference in the country's affairs after she called for investigations into alleged excessive use of force by police in Hong Kong.

  • J&K Move Creating Obstacles For Pak's Sponsorship Of Terrorism: India

    J&K Move Creating Obstacles For Pak's Sponsorship Of Terrorism: India

    India slammed Pakistan during the ongoing 42nd session of the UN Human Rights Council for repeatedly misusing international forums to peddle its narrative on the Kashmir issue.

  • To Pak Media's Questions On Kashmir, UN Gives "Clear Opinion"

    To Pak Media's Questions On Kashmir, UN Gives "Clear Opinion"

    The United Nations on Wednesday indicated its acknowledgement of the Indian stance that Jammu and Kashmir is a bilateral issue and said dialogue between India and Pakistan is an "absolute essential element for the solution". India had reiterated its stand on Jammu and Kashmir at the UN Human Rights Council last week and accused Pakistan of attempti...

  • India Expresses Concern Over Cross-Border Terrorism Emanating From Pak

    India Expresses Concern Over Cross-Border Terrorism Emanating From Pak

    A senior Indian diplomat on Thursday met UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet and conveyed India's concerns on the threat posed by cross-border terrorism emanating from Pakistan.

  • India Expresses Concern At UN Over Terrorism Emanating From Pakistan

    India Expresses Concern At UN Over Terrorism Emanating From Pakistan

    A senior Indian diplomat on Thursday met UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet in Geneva and conveyed India's concerns on the threat posed by cross border terrorism emanating from Pakistan.

  • 'What About Atrocities On Us?' Baloch Activists As Pak Raises J&K At UN

    'What About Atrocities On Us?' Baloch Activists As Pak Raises J&K At UN

    Pakistan's attempt to corner India on Jammu and Kashmir at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva wasstymied by Baloch activists, who spoke out against the atrocities unleashed by the Pakistani military in its own backyard, Balochistan.

  • "Fabricated Narrative By Pakistan": India On Kashmir At UN Rights Body

    "Fabricated Narrative By Pakistan": India On Kashmir At UN Rights Body

    India today issued a strong response to Pakistan's comments at the United Nation's Human Rights Council, calling it "offensive rhetoric, false allegation and concocted charges". Vijay Thakur Singh, the Secretary East, who addressed the meet, also said the government's move on Jammu and Kashmir was an internal matter for India.

  • Highlights - Pak's "Gory Record Speaks For Itself": India's Rebuttal At UN Rights Body Over Kashmir

    Highlights - Pak's "Gory Record Speaks For Itself": India's Rebuttal At UN Rights Body Over Kashmir

    India addressed a UN meet today countering Pakistan's repeated claims of human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir. Saying that Pakistan is using a "fabricated narrative", India in a stern worded statement accused the neighbouring country of making "false allegations."

  • At UN Rights Body, India To Rebut Pak On Jammu And Kashmir

    At UN Rights Body, India To Rebut Pak On Jammu And Kashmir

    Pakistan, which has been making repeated unsuccessful efforts to flag Jammu and Kashmir at various international forums, today made a pitch at the UN Human Rights Council. The global body, it said, should investigate the situation in Jammu and Kashmir.

  • India Set To Rebut Pak On Kashmir At UN Rights Body Today

    India Set To Rebut Pak On Kashmir At UN Rights Body Today

    India and Pakistan are expected to face off today over Jammu and Kashmir at the ongoing UN Human Rights Council session in Geneva, Switzerland. Pakistan, which has so far been unsuccessfully flagging the government's move to end special status of Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcate it into two union territories at various international forums, had ann...

  • "Deeply Concerned," Says UN Rights Chief On Kashmir, Raises Assam Too

    "Deeply Concerned," Says UN Rights Chief On Kashmir, Raises Assam Too

    With the lockdown in Kashmir entering its sixth week, the chief of the United Nations Human Rights Council on Monday said she was "deeply concerned" about the severe restrictions ordered by the Indian government since it revoked Jammu and Kashmir's decades-old special status last month.

  • "You Must Be Stupid": Rodrigo Duterte Says Won't Be Tried By International Court

    "You Must Be Stupid": Rodrigo Duterte Says Won't Be Tried By International Court

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has declared he will never be tried by an international court for mass killings in his war on drugs, and vowed no let-up in a crackdown that he said he was winning and would see through "to the very end".

  • "Legitimises Terrorism": India Protests UN Body Report On Kashmir

    "Legitimises Terrorism": India Protests UN Body Report On Kashmir

    India has reacted strongly and lodged a diplomatic protest over a new report by the UN Office of the High Commission for Human Rights on the situation in Jammu and Kashmir. The Indian government has called the report "false, with a motivated narrative".

  • Saudi Arabia Rebuked Over Jamal Khashoggi Murder At UN Rights Body

    Saudi Arabia Rebuked Over Jamal Khashoggi Murder At UN Rights Body

    Thirty-six nations condemned Saudi Arabia on Thursday over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in a rare censure of the oil-rich kingdom at the UN Human Rights Council.

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