Judiciary Official Says Iran Should Not Reciprocate Trump’s Ban by Doing Same Thing

An Iranian Judiciary human rights official rejected as not good the notion that the Islamic Republic should impose a visa ban on American citizens in response to US President Donald Trump’s recent travel ban on seven Muslim countries, including Iran.

Gender Equality Key to National Security: Iranian Activist

An Iranian women rights activist hailed a recent bill passed by the Parliament to ensure gender equality in the country, and highlighted the key role such equality plays in national security.
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Child Soldiers, Most Vulnerable Victims of War

The children who are employed for military purposes are in danger of serious physical and psychological damages.

Female Pakistani MP Threatens to Self-Immolate after Harassment in Parliament

A Pakistani female lawmaker threatened to burn herself after she was harassed by male colleagues in the parliament.
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Child Refugees at Risk of Freezing to Death on Europe’s Doorstep

Hundreds of child refugees in various European countries, particularly Serbia, risk freezing to death as temperatures plunge to as low as minus -16C.
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5-Month-Old Baby Shows How Ridiculous Are Spanish Laws!

A Moroccan baby was denied the permission to live in Spain because, according to local officials, she hadn’t applied for it in person!
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MP Says Women’s Laws in Iran Are Inadequate

Iran’s laws fail to sufficiently protect women’s rights in family issues including marriage and divorce, said an Iranian lawmaker.
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Saudi Arabia Keeps on Oppressing Political Activists

By arresting two political activists, Saudi Arabia has once again provoked international reactions.
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Iranian Diplomat Explains How He Was Captured in London by US Order

Nasrollah Tajik, a veteran Iranian diplomat, has talked about the way he was captured in October 2006 by the British police based on an order from the White House.

Saudi Newspaper Portrays Foreign Workers as Rats

The London-based Saudi newspaper Al-Hayat has drawn negative reactions after publishing an insulting cartoon about foreign workers in the Arab kingdom.

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