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US withdrawal from the UN Human Rights Council puts funding in doubt, Glimmers of hope for refugees, UN’s resolution on Palestinians was mostly a win, European left walks an immigration tightrope, Mohamed Salah is changing perceptions about Muslims

The Manila Times / ManilaUS withdrawal from the UN Human Rights Council puts funding in doubt

“On ... June 18, the UNHRC opened its 38th session in Geneva,” writes Ken Makabenta. “Before the day was over, the body was facing questions about its future.... In a series of developments [recently], the rug has literally been pulled from under the feet of the UNHRC and its army of special rapporteurs....

The National / Abu Dhabi, United Arab EmiratesWorld Refugee Day: Amid a strained UN budget, glimmers of hopeThe Jordan Times / Amman, JordanUN’s resolution for better protection of Palestinians was a win, overallThe New Times / Kigali, RwandaThe European left is walking an immigration tightropeThe Globe and Mail / TorontoEgypt’s Mohamed Salah is changing perceptions about Muslims

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