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Syria: Confirmed - Cluster Bombs Used In Russian-Backed Airstrikes

“Russian-backed offensives by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces in Aleppo province and elsewhere in the country over the past two weeks were aided by internationally banned cluster munitions, Human Rights Watch reported on Monday.” said  Samuel Oakford in his article in Vice News online. 806 more words

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Sanders and Soros and Clinton - strange bedfellows with OSF


From Feel the Bern, the above video distorts history and defames Israel

Nearly everyone likes funny, warm Bernie Sanders.

And once upon a time he was a Jew, working in Israel.  873 more words

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Malaysia: Human Rights Watch Urges President Obama To Speak in Support of Human Rights, Problems of Corruption

Former opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is in prison after he was convicted of sodomising his former aide. – The Malaysian Insider file pic, February 9, 2016. 284 more words

HRW: threat by Egypt's Zind to massacre opposition is 'very real'

Human Rights Watch sent a letter to the Egyptian president General Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, condemning statements by his Justice Minister who said he would oversee the killing of thousands of opposition members. 303 more words

Human Rights Watch Defends Assange, Condemns UK, Sweden, US

Posted by Quemado Institute
February 5, 2016

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange holds copy of UN ruling as he speaks from balcony of Ecuadorian Embassy in central London. 1,178 more words

New Allegations of Sexual Abuse by U.N. Peacekeepers Leads to Calls for Change

War forces difficult choices. For one young woman in the Central African Republic , where a war between Christian and Muslim militias has divided the country and displaced hundreds of thousands, the choice was between selling her body and starving. 984 more words

"Pain Tears Me Apart". Challenges and Progress in Ensuring the Right to Palliative Care in Morocco

This report identifies challenges people with life-limiting illnesses in Morocco face accessing palliative care, with a special focus on access to pain treatment. The report is based on research Human Rights Watch conducted in Morocco from September 2014 to January 2015, interviewing 85 individuals, including healthcare workers, government officials, and patients and their family members in five regions. 25 more words

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