Europe


Rights Group Call For End Of Greece’s Containment Policy

Around 20 human rights groups called on the Greek government and the European Union to find a solution for the thousands of refugees stuck on Greek islands without shelter before the weather worsens. According to these groups, including Amnesty International, Oxfam, Human Rights Watch, Greek Council for Refugees, and others, […]


More Than 60 Civilians Killed In Airstrike On Syrian Market While De-Escalation Brokers Remain Silent

On Monday November 13, airstrikes on a market in a northern Syrian town and “de-escalation zone” have killed an estimated 61 people. Market-goers were crushed under the wreckage or blown apart by the explosion. At least three airstrikes targeted Atareb, a small town on the periphery of Aleppo swollen with […]


Russia Vetoes Continued Chemical Weapons Investigation In Syria: Security Council Too Politicized To Respond To War Crimes

Russia has cast its second veto at the UN Security Council in two days, blocking the continued investigation of chemical weapon use by its ally Syria. This decision illustrates the partisan nature of the Security Council, which should not be used as the decision-making mechanism where chemical weapons are involved. […]


An Inconvenient Truth: Saudi Arabia’s Human Rights Record

Many would ascribe the constant tensions between the Western superpowers and the Islamic world since the 1970s to be the result of the West’s consistent attempts to alter the cultural and political makeup of the Middle East. U.S. foreign policy is far from passive in the region, from the CIA-led […]


#IBelong: The UNHCR’s Global Campaign End Statelessness By 2024

Statelessness is a global issue that affects at least 10 million people across the world, as per a UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) estimation. In the eyes of international law, people who are stateless are not citizens or nationals of any state; sometimes because they are born stateless, and […]