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Asks the government to revise or reject the legislation
Published in Myanmar Business Today (Vol 1, Issue 31) on Sep 5, 2013
Myanmar’s draft associations law fails to meet international human rights standards and should be significantly revised or discarded, Human Rights Watch said last week. 994 more words
Pretty nasty stuff, but in character of ISIS and its equivalents (and reminiscent of the Kadr family):
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HRW said that children who joined armed groups in Syria did so after enduring torture by the regime, after participating in protests, or because schooling was no longer an option.
In today’s Brief: Egypt accuses HRW over Rab’a massacre report; desperate plight of Palestinians fleeing Syria; Iraq latest; Russia’s aid convoy; US police shooting; fears for democracy in Turkey; Do sanctions work?; “extraordinary” Philippines arrest; new Saudi wife law; death penalty; & Syria – please don’t forget… 34 more words
AN EYEWITNESS TO GENOCIDE IN BIAFRA;
ON THE OCCASION OF THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BIAFRA, IN NEW YORK, DECEMBER 7, 1968.
Curiously, in the thousands of books, reports and speeches that I have read relating to the Biafra situation, there has been no reference made to an amazing coincidence of three aspects. 3,550 more words