رئيس وزراء سانت كيتس ونيفيس ينطلق لتعزيز الجنسية عن طريق الاستثمار في دبي، الإمارات العربية المتحدة

لندن, 14 نوفمبر / تشرين ثاني 2021 /PRNewswire/ — دفعت عمليات الإغلاق التي لا نهاية لها وقيود السفر وتعليق التأشيرات المؤقتة من قبل العديد من البلدان خلال الوباء الفرد ذوي القيمة الصافية العالية (HNWIs) على وجه الخصوص إلى البحث عن جنسية بديلة. بسبب هذه الزيادة في الطلب، وصل رئيس وزراء سانت كيتس ونيفيس، الدكتور تيموثي هاريس، إلى دبي، الإمارات العربية المتحدة. سيقوم رئيس الوزراء بالترويج لبرنامج الدولة للحصول على الجنسية…

Thousands of Sudanese protest against coup in Washington

Published by Al-ArabyThousands of Sudanese protesters marched in front of the White House in Washington on Saturday afternoon in support of a return to civilian government in their country. On one of the first cold days of the season, around 3,000 Sudanese of all ages from across the US waved Sudanese and American flags and carried signs denouncing the military coup that took place on 25 October. “We’re protesting that…

Saudi Arabia official visit to France Strengthens Cultural Ties

– Official cultural visit by Saudi Arabia to France features a series of successful strategic engagements, including meetings with the French Minister of Culture and the Director-General of UNESCO – His Highness Prince Badr addressed the UNESCO General Conference – A new agreement signed with UNESCO further recognizes the cultural significance of ancient AlUla, building on existing cooperation between France and Saudi Arabia to enhance the destination. PARIS, Nov. 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ —…

HRW Urges African Union to Pledge Support for African Commission on Human, Peoples’ Rights

Human Rights Watch has urged the African Union to pledge its support for the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, which opens a session Monday, the last meeting of the year.Human Rights Watch, in a statement Sunday, also called for the AU to “urgently tackle the deepening human rights and democratic crises affecting the continent, including in Ethiopia,” at the Commission’s 69th ordinary session.“In Ethiopia, in the face of…

UN Human Rights Council appoints new expert for Sudan

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on Friday designated Adama Dieng as an expert on human rights in Sudan, following a request from the UN Human Rights Council. The designation follows a special session of the Council held on Sudan on 5 November, to discuss the implications of the October 25 military takeover on the human rights situation in the country, after which the Council adopted resolution HRC/RES/S-32/1,…

UN Human Rights Council appoints new expert for Sudan

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on Friday designated Adama Dieng as an expert on human rights in Sudan, following a request from the UN Human Rights Council. The designation follows a special session of the Council held on Sudan on 5 November, to discuss the implications of the October 25 military takeover on the human rights situation in the country, after which the Council adopted resolution HRC/RES/S-32/1,…

Al-Jazeera says Bureau Chief Detained by Sudanese Forces

KHARTOUM — The Qatar-based satellite news network Al-Jazeera said Sunday its bureau chief in Sudan was detained by security forces, a day after mass protests across the country against last month's military coup.The network said on Twitter that Sudanese forces raided the home of El Musalmi El Kabbashi and detained him.The development comes after security forces fired live ammunition and tear gas Saturday to disperse protesters denouncing the military's tightening…

No violence reported against demonstrators in Darfur camps

Displaced in a large number of camps in Darfur were among the tens of thousands of people who took to the streets in Sudan on Saturday to protest military rule. Sudanese abroad simultaneously expressed their rejection of the military coup of October 25.Yagoub Abdallah Furi, spokesperson for the Darfur Displaced and Refugee Camps General Coordination, told Radio Dabanga that thousands of displaced people demonstrated in “almost all camps” in the…