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Human Rights Watch (HRW) raised alarm on Wednesday over the arbitrary arrests and enforced disappearances conducted by Houthi officials in Yemen since May 31, 2024. The report highlighted that Houthi security forces have forcibly disappeared dozens of Yemenis, including at least 13 UN staff. Since early June, Houthi authorities have conducted nighttime raids on the [...]

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One of the major global issues facing many nations in both the developing or developed categories is forced migration and displacement during crises. No matter which region, continent, or nation is the focus, every state, in addition to several other political players, has its own role to play in addressing this complex problem. Situational analysis [...]

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Houthi authorities sent a letter Tuesday to the UN’s acting humanitarian coordinator in Yemen, Peter Hawkins, requesting that all British and American nationals leave Yemen within a month. The letter comes as US and British forces continue strikes against targets in Yemen. Houthi forces had been targeting ships in the Bab al-Mandab Strait, a busy [...]

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The US and UK defended the legality of their strikes launched in Yemen against Houthi rebels at the UN Security Council’s Friday meeting. The airstrikes, conducted by an international coalition led by the United States and supported by Britain, Australia, Bahrain, Canada, and the Netherlands, drew international attention and sparked a broader debate on the [...]

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Protests broke out across Yemen Friday following US and UK airstrikes on Houthi militants according to Reuters. US and British forces carried out airstrikes on Houthi militants after the UN Security Council demanded a stop to Houthi attacks on merchant ships in the Red Sea. Houthis have launched over a dozen attacks on commercial ships [...]

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Authorities in Malaysia have opened an investigation into a local man on Wednesday for expressing support for diplomatic relations with Israel during an interview with an Israeli media personality. The Royal Malaysian Police confirmed in a statement that 36-year-old Victor Yong has been taken into custody to aid in their probe under Section 4(1) of [...]

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According to a statement published Friday, the Crown Prosecution Service’s (CPS) CEO, Rebecca Lawrence, is departing from her role. The resignation directly follows her age and sex discrimination lawsuit against the CPS, which was settled on Thursday night. Lawrence’s position as CEO was officially announced in June 2019. The CPS statement says that Lawrence plans [...]

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Amnesty International, along with over 200 civil society organizations, called upon participating governments of the 28th Conference of the Parties (COP28) on Wednesday to address the human rights records and climate policies of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The COP28, an annual conference of governments from around the world to discuss climate policies, is scheduled [...]

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“The existence of `system’ in the world is obvious to every observer of nature, no matter whom.” Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, The Phenomenon of Man (1959)           Whether conspicuous or obscure, terrorism generally presents itself as a systemic challenge. This means, inter alia, that seemingly singular strategic and legal matters may actually be many-sided and interrelated. Regarding legal issues, though [...]

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