United Nations General Assembly
Rights organizations call for renewed probe into possible war crimes in Yemen

The call by rights organizations comes a day after The Guardian revealed that Saudi Arabia had used a mixture of threats and inducements to persuade countries to vote down an extension of the probe into possible war crimes in Yemen

Global, moral, strategic leadership is urgent says PM of Barbados

During the final days of the UN General Assembly last weekend, Mia Amor Mottley, the prime minister of Barbados, made an impassioned appeal to the world’s leaders to take the multiple global crises seriously and work together for the well being of the people of the world

The world says no to the blockade of Cuba

In today’s historic UN General Assembly vote, 184 supported ending the US blockade of Cuba and only the United States and Israel voted against

Cuba demands an end to the US embargo at the UN General Assembly

In 2020 alone, the Trump administration imposed 55 new coercive measures on Cuba. Between April 2020 and December 2020, the blockade caused losses of 3,586.9 million USD to Cuba. The humanitarian damage, suffering and shortages caused to Cuban families during the past 60 years of the US embargo are immeasurable

Chagos Archipelago UN General Assembly demands an end to British administration in the Chagos

African and the Non-aligned countries, except Maldives, unitedly backed Mauritius’ claim for sovereignty over the Chagos. Australia, Hungary, Israel, Maldives, United Kingdom, and United States voted against the resolution.

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