The Iranian regime has killed some 360 individuals of Iranian descent in 40 countries in the course of its existence, a recent report has revealed.
Aid delivery has been hampered by the interference of the government and the Houthis as the risk of famine looms large, the rights group wrote in a report.
The Houthis are responsible for a majority of 2,940 incidents of human rights violations committed in Yemen over the past year, investigations reveal.
Hygienic conditions in Iranian prisons have significantly deteriorated as disinfections stopped due to a lack of budget.
Testimonies reveal 'a catalogue of shocking human rights violations', including arbitrary detention, enforced disappearance and torture.
Yemen's government says it will work to reinstate the rights of the six Bahais and ensure they are returned to their homeland.
The Health Ministry failed to respond to repeated requests for help, and Iran's prisons remain 'catastrophically unequipped for outbreaks'.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken a toll on Syrian refugees in two Jordanian camps. Soaring unemployment, poverty and lack of access to medical care present a serious humanitarian crisis.
Amnesty International claims ‘the real number of deaths is far higher’ than announced, and has called on the UN to open an inquiry.
Iran was slow to admit that 230 people had been killed in the November protests, and many feel it is still misrepresenting the number.