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UN Human Rights Council China steps up diplomatic efforts in Geneva to deflect censure

China and its alleged mistreatment of Uighurs and other Muslims in the Xinjiang region was at the centre of the 40th UN Human Rights Council session.

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Media under pressure Proposed UN convention aims to better protect journalists

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) explains why it believes a new treaty is needed to protect media workers’ rights worldwide.

International Geneva Red Cross develops war video games – with rules

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is developing video games as a training tool to teach the rules of war.

#Web30 As web turns 30, inventor reflects on how to fix growing pains

As the World Wide Web marks its 30th anniversary, inventor Tim Berners-Lee ponders what it has grown into and how to fix it. 

Embattled minister Poll: Majority of Geneva residents believe Maudet should resign

Almost two-thirds of Geneva residents believe cantonal government minister Pierre Maudet should step down, a survey has shown.

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