Andrea Farrés Jiménez

Andrea Farrés Jiménez is a qualified Spanish lawyer specialized in international law with 3 years of involvement in the humanitarian and human rights field.

News Roundup 7 December – 13 December

Lebanon: UN-backed tribunal sentences Hezbollah militant in Hariri assassination Ethiopia: UN refugee agency calls for ‘unfettered access’ to Tigray ‘Quickly restore the rule of law’ in Ethiopia’s Tigray, urges Guterres COVID-19 fuels growing conflict and displacement in Colombia India Accuses China of Helping Rebel Groups on Myanmar Border China Aiding Rebel Groups in India’s Northeast: …

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Israel Law Review – Call for Papers

The Israel Law Review invites submissions on areas of interest in human rights, international and public law. The Israel Law Review is a double-blind peer reviewed journal established in 1966, published by Cambridge University Press under the auspices and management of the Minerva Center for Human Rights at the Law Faculty of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Under this stewardship, …

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News Roundup 30 November – 6 December

Afghan gov’t, Taliban announce breakthrough deal in peace talks Yemen: Unchecked violations ‘may amount to war crimes’, Security Council hears U.N. warns child labor, trafficking on the rise in troubled Mali Ethiopia war may turn into guerrilla insurgency, experts say Ethiopia’s Tigray Group, Once Powerful, Now Battles Government Forces in Bid for Survival Ethiopia: PM …

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News Roundup 23 November – 29 November

Iran may retaliate in Iraq for killing of scientist: Analysts Ethiopia’s other conflicts DR Congo: Former militia leader sentenced to life for war crimes DR Congo: War crimes conviction ‘an important victory’ for justice – UN envoy UN officials denounce bombings in northern Syria UN report finds Gaza suffered $16.7 billion loss from siege and …

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News Roundup 16 November – 22 November

MSF denounces ongoing violence in Salamabila The ‘false positives’ scandal that felled Colombia’s military hero Ethiopia rejects African mediation, pushes toward rebel-held Tigray capital Libya talks pause without naming transitional government Israel advances plans in sensitive East Jerusalem settlement Ukraine: Armed Groups’ Arbitrary Pandemic Restrictions Why more women are joining Myanmar’s Arakan Army insurgency Azerbaijan …

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News Roundup 9 November – 15 November

Guterres ‘remains committed’ to maintaining 1991 ceasefire in Western Sahara Ethiopia claims big advance in Tigray, Amnesty reports mass killing Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict sees hundreds dead, thousands flee to Sudan Ethiopian PM accuses Tigrayan rebels of ‘massacring’ civilians UN envoy urges Yemen’s warring parties to place ‘a firm bet on peace’, as famine threat continues …

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News Roundup 2 November – 8 November

The humanitarian fallout of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict UN rights chief warns of possible war crimes in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict Ethiopia: Over 50 ethnic Amhara killed in attack on village by armed Protect children and relief workers caught up in conflict, urges UN rights envoy Second recent attack on Kabul school draws Guterres’ strong condemnation In Myanmar’s …

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News Roundup 12 October – 25 October

12 October – 18 October Yemen’s warring sides complete largest prisoner swap in 5 years Iraqi fighters ‘agree conditional ceasefire’ to halt US attacks Victims or villains? The volunteer fighters on Burkina Faso’s front line The obstacles to Sudan’s landmark peace deal UN urged to take action against Myanmar over civilian abuses Karabakh war leaves …

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