Yemen: Rights Radar Calls on the UN to Urgently Put an End to the Killing of Detainees and Journalists

Yemen: Rights Radar Calls on the UN to Urgently Put an End to the Killing of Detainees and Journalists June 11, 2018: The Netherlands-based foundation for human rights in the Arab world, Rights Radar (RR), called on the United Nations to urgently intervene and stop the killing of detainees and journalists in Yemen, which reached a very serious level amid the silence of the United Nations. RR demanded the special envoy of the UN Secretary-General for Yemen, Martin Griffith, to include the issue of detainees and journalists of Yemen in his next briefing to the UN Security Council scheduled for […]

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