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Saudi crown prince got everything he wanted from his trip to the U.S.
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Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman (known as MBS) has had what can only be considered a spectacularly successful visit to the United States — especially after a President Donald Trump approved a $1.3 billion artillery deal on Thursday. As ...[Read more]
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China: US Has No Right to Act as Human-Rights Judge
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Chinese officials have slammed the U.S. Treasury Department for sanctioning public security official Gao Yan, insisting that the United States has no right to act as a "human-rights judge." ...[Read more]
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China Says Healthcare Access is a ‘Basic Human Right’
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China, whose health system has improved steadily in recent years, said that equal health access is a "precondition for the survival of humanity." The Chinese government published a document on Friday analyzing public health development, stressing that hea ...[Read more]
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Saudi Arabia lifting its driving ban is little more than a glitzy distraction from continued geopolitical problems
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Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is a media-savvy man, and he has just pressed the button he knew would make headlines: Saudi women will be able to drive for the first time in the history of the kingdom. And the act begat the headlines and the headlines b ...[Read more]
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Hundreds died in Rohingya camps on Thai-Malaysia border
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re details have emerged about Thailand’s ugly trade in people now that a marathon trial has ended in Bangkok with 62 people convicted of human trafficking and other serious crimes. Camps set up by traffickers in the jungle on the Thai-Malaysian border t ...[Read more]
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Saudi Arabia investigates video of woman in miniskirt
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The authorities in Saudi Arabia are investigating a young woman who posted a video of herself wearing a miniskirt and crop-top in public. The woman, a model called "Khulood", shared the clip of her walking around a historic fort in Ushayqir. The footage s ...[Read more]
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Fidel Castro’s Cuba was accused of numerous human rights abuses — while the crimes of U.S. allies are barely mentioned
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In the wake of the passing of Cuba’s revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, there has been no dearth of discussion of the island nation’s human rights violations. For starters, it is the definition of hypocrisy for such criticisms to come from the United ...[Read more]
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At UN Human Rights Council, Saudi Arabia Supports Right To Torture & Execute LGBT People
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At the most recent session of the U.N. Human Rights Council, Saudi Arabia objected to a resolution that condemns the use of torture by law enforcement and reaffirms the human rights of LGBT people. The resolution, passed during the council’s 31st sessio ...[Read more]
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