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EGYPT: Jehovah’s Witnesses banned since 1960 call upon the UN Human Rights Committee

On the occasion of the upcoming 134th session of the UN Human Rights Committee (28 February – 25 March 2022), the African Association of Jehovah’s Witnesses...

Some US states have chased Instagram because of the impact on children

A group of US states is investigating how Instagram attracts and treats children and whether it poses a potential risk to them. The group, made...

Sudan: 15 attacks on health facilities and workers in two months

With the crisis escalating in Sudan, there have been 15 reports of attacks on healthcare workers and health facilities since last November, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday. 

Denmark is renting prisons in Kosovo

Denmark has signed an agreement with Kosovo, according to which Pristina will rent 300 prison cells due to overcrowding in "Scandinavian" prisons. The agreement...

Orban infuriated Muslims in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnian officials and religious leaders have condemned assumptions made by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his spokesman that Bosnia and Herzegovina's integration into...

Europol ordered to erase data on individuals with no established link to a criminal activity

The European Data Protection Supervisor has ordered Europol to erase data concerning individuals with no established link to a criminal activity On 3 January 2022,...
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