May 3, 2017 Rights Radar, an NGO defending human rights in the Arab World, has released a report entitled “Yemen: Suppressing Voices”, which addresses issues of violations of press freedom and freedom of expression in Yemen from mid-2014 until the end of the first quarter of 2017. The report includes an executive summary on the status of press freedom and violations in Yemen during the past 30 months. The report states that 19 professional journalists working in the media were killed in Yemen in 2015 and 2016, of whom eight were killed in 2015 and 11 in 2016, including seven […]

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Yemen: Rights Radar Condemns Death Penalty Against Journalist Al-Jubaihi; Demands the Houthi Rebels to Stop Suing# Other 36  April 14, 2017: Rights Radar condemns the death penalty for the Journalist Yahya Abdul-Raqeeb al-Jubaihi, 60, issued by a court controlled by the Houthi rebels and its ally the former Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Sana’a, the capital. The Houthi-affiliated court in Sana’a sentenced the Journalist al-Jubaihi to death on April 12, accusing him of communicating with “an enemy state”. He was sentenced just after one hearing session. Nor, he was granted a fair trial, neither allowed for defending himself since his arbitrary […]

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Sana’a, January 23, 2017: The recent founded regional human rights organization RIGHTS RADAR formally kicks off its activities with launching its 1st. report on human rights in Yemen, focusing on the horrifying killing tittled (Yemen: Horrific Killing of Civilians). This comes simultaneously with launching its website ( www.RightsRadar.org ), which will be a place for publishing latest news and reports on human rights in the Arab world. This report (Yemen: Horrific Killing of Civilians) is the first publication by Rights Radar on human rights in the Arab world, produced in January 2017. It sheds light on the unlawful killings that […]

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