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Istanbul's Gay Pride presses ahead despite ban

25 June, 2017

Istanbul's Gay Pride parade went ahead on Sunday, a day after officials in Turkey's largest city banned it, citing safety and public order concerns.

Jordan to cancel ‘marry the victim’ clause shielding rapists

24 June, 2017

In a key step toward reform, the kingdom is now poised to abolish a provision that exempts a rapist from punishment if he marries his victim

Academics protest after murder of Algerian professor

24 June, 2017

Standing in front of the higher education ministry, waving banners and chanting slogans, the academics condemned the rising cases of abuse in Algerian university campuses, demanding their lives be

This Refugee Week, we need to celebrate the refugees

22 June, 2017

Nearly two thousand died this year alone while trying to cross the Mediterranean. It is time to recognise what drives refugees to the sea, and celebrate them, writes Munu

Finsbury Park attack: Radicalisation isn't exclusive to Islam

21 June, 2017

Comment: After the Finsbury Park attack by a white terrorist, why aren't the British media and political class pouring over how he was 'radicalised'?

Sexual assault in MENA 'caused by fragile male ego'

20 June, 2017

A new survey of over 10,000 people found that many young men were trying to reassert their damaged masculinity caused by a poor economy by sexually assaulting women.

Saudi slaps migrant worker for eating during Ramadan

18 June, 2017

“You dog! In Ramadan?” the man screamed at a visibly terrified worker before slapping him across the face, in the latest attack on a migrant worker in the kingdom.

Syria's prisoners: Absent but never forgotten

14 June, 2017

Comment: Syria's prisons are filled with those who rose up peacefully to call for freedom, democracy and social justice, writes Leila Al-Shami.

Pensioners should be allowed to boycott Israel, court hears

14 June, 2017

The UK high court heard there was no legal basis for the current guidance on the boycott of Israeli investments, a policy the Conservative Party has slammed.

#GE2017: HRW slams Theresa May for anti-terror comments

07 June, 2017

Human Rights Watch condemns British Prime Minister for vowing a hardline approach to counter terrorism in the aftermath of the London and Manchester attacks.

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