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EVIDENCE OF WARTIME ATROCITIES SURFACES

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The troubling backdrop of human rights abuses in the Brynanian Civil War continues to deepen. Radio Democracy has uncovered the following photographic evidence of wartime atrocities committed during the fighting, some against civilians. 81 more words

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HRW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR DEPORTED

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Radio Democracy has learned that Christina Clemente, the Executive Director of the Human Rights Watch who was arrested by the Brynanian government, has been deported. 56 more words

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HRW: Dispatches: "Obama Refuses to Talk Human Rights in Saudi Arabia"

http://www.hrw.org/node/124305

March 31, 2014
By Adam Coogle
Human Rights Watch

US President Barack Obama left Riyadh on the afternoon of March 29 apparently without raising human rights issues during talks with Saudi officials. 379 more words

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Trafficking of refugees in Egypt and Sudan

       

   For many years, hundreds of Eriterian refugees have been abducted and sent to ‘torture camps’ in Egypt and Sudan where they are subjected to various forms of inhuman and degrading treatments and extreme violence. 410 more words

Past crimes haunt Afghan progress

 


As Afghanistan heads for presidential elections on April 5, people are asking if the country’s massive legacy of human-rights violations will be swept under the carpet yet again by the new government.  833 more words

Some thoughts on how the spokespersons of the Ethiopian government make such a terrible use of their visibility

Ethiopian authorities tend to comment quite a great deal on foreign reports about Ethiopian affairs. As if they could not stand the intrusion in their national business. 1,522 more words

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Bilawal meets HRW team, assures action on human rights

KARACHI, March 15, 2014: In a meeting with a Human Rights Watch team, PPP Patron-in Chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari reaffirmed his commitment to protecting human rights across Pakistan and especially in Sindh where the PPP controls the provincial government. 547 more words

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