Saturday 19 April 2014
Human Rights Watch

Saadiyat workers treated better says HRW

The UAE has improved its treatment of South Asian labourers on the construction of Saadiyat Island, a $27 billion cultural project in Abu Dhabi, but should do more, Human Rights Watch said. In a report, the US-based group also called on We


Iran shelling ‘displaced hundreds’ in Iraq

Iranian attacks against Kurdish guerrillas that intensified in May have displaced hundreds of families on the Iraqi side of the border, wounded villagers and killed one teenage girl, a US-based rights group said. Human Rights Watch, which


Mideast, Asia reforms ‘fail migrant workers’

Reforms by Middle Eastern and Asian governments have failed to meet minimum protection measures in addressing abuses against migrant domestic workers and millions remain at risk, a human rights group said on Wednesday. Migrant workers comp


Saudi urged to drop case over abuse of Web

Human Rights Watch urged Saudi Arabia to drop charges against a Saudi man who used the Internet and other media to complain about red tape as he tried to get state funding for his brother's medical treatment. Nasir al-Subai has been ch


UAE ‘must stop torture but worker rights better’

The UAE needs to do more to stop torture but the Gulf country has made progress on workers' rights, the US-based Human Rights Watch group (HRW) said. Sheikh Issa bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, a son of the founder of the UAE, was exonerated this

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