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German Officials to Be Banned from Wearing Burqa

The German government is preparing a bill that would ban women from wearing in public institutions headdresses that completely or partially covers the face.

10 Countries Host Half of World’s Refugees

Ten countries - which account for just 2.5 percent of the global economy - are hosting more than half the world's refugees, a rights group recently reported.

Illegal Afghan Immigrant Sexually Assaults Iranian Woman

An illegal Afghan immigrant was arrested on charge of sexual offence against an Iranian woman.

Iranian Doctor Warns about Dire Health Conditions of Yemenis

An Iranian medical official said Yemeni people are in dire health situation and the Saudi-led coalition has blocked the path for Iranian doctors who want to help the war-hit people.

Iran Ready to Send Humanitarian Aid to Yemen: Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has voiced his "shock and disgust" over a Saudi Arabian airstrike on a Yemeni funeral.

Iran to Revise Capital Punishment in Near Future: Official

Head of Iran’s Supreme Human Rights Council has told a Brazilian daily that Tehran will make amendments to its laws that sentence criminals to death penalty.

Envoy Highlights Global Merits of Iran’s Anti-Drug Campaign

Iranian envoy to the United Nations said Iran's relentless campaign against armed drug traffickers at regional and international levels has “protected part of the global community from the evil of addiction”.

Iran Rejects UN Chief’s Human Rights Report as Fundamentally Flawed

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman slammed UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s recent report on human rights situation in Iran as baseless, saying there are fundamental flaws in the report, which has been drafted on the basis of unfair resolutions with political purposes.

Thousands of Polish Women Stage ‘Black Monday’ Strikes to Protest Abortion Law

Thousands of Polish women dressed in black boycotted work and took to the streets in protest against a plan to ban abortions. Without half their...

US Hands Internet Control to ICANN

In an historic decision, the US government finally decided to hand over its control over the Internet.

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