The Ministry of Justice revealed its persistence to approve the CEDAW agreement which annihilates all forms of discrimination against women, and the agreement of combating torture, though reserving some of the articles.
Since February 18th, the brutal forces of the Syrian regime supported by the Russian air force has continued its fierce attack on eastern Ghouta, after dividing it into three combat zones. As a result, it managed to control more than 80 percent of the area adjacent to the capital, Damascus, which since 2012 has been the largest and most prominent stronghold of the opposition factions.
In a report published by Al-Jazeera English Channel, UN officials condemned the continued arbitrary detention of the children of the Holy Land (Palestine) by the Jewish entity, saying that "the deprivation of liberty of these children is institutionalised, systematic, and widespread".
After the arrest of the 19 year old girl Rahma al-Swaisi, a seventh-year secondary school student from the Kerkennah Islands, and putting her under arrest, with no offense except postings on Facebook containing revilement of colonialism;
In the wake of the attack experienced by Attorney Hanan Al-Khamiri, official spokesperson of the Women's Section Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir in Tunisia, on Monday, March 12, 2018, by a traffic police agent along with her husband and young children (aged 8-10 years old), medical tests taken by the family confirmed that they were subjected to physical aggression and emotional turmoil.
United Nation’s Population Fund (UNFPA) has stated that women in the refugee camps in Syria have been sexually exploited by men delivering aid on behalf of the UN and international charities. The report, “Voices from Syria 2018”, detailed how Syrian refugee women were being coerced to offer sexual favours in exchange for food from the UN, and that the abuse was widespread across governorates in Syria’s south.
The British newspaper, The Times, published a report entitled "UN staff ‘responsible for 60000 rapes in a decade’." This report comes in the wake of the extensive coverage by the newspaper of the new revelations in the scandal that shook this “charity” organization; where it published on its front page a report revealing that Oxfam had appointed Roland Van Hauwermeiren as its branch director in Haiti, who was later at the heart…