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Mass Arrests, ‘Brainwashing’ Threaten ’s Reform Agenda Prime Minister: End Repressive Tactics by
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人权观察 HRW Chinese Oct 20
ئىدولوگىيەدىكى ۋىروسنى تاز ىلاش : خىتاينىڭشىنجاڭدىكى مۇسۇلمانلارنى باستۇرۇشھەر ىكىتى report "China’s Campaign of Repression Against Xinjiang’s Muslims" is now available in Uyghur: Press release:
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meenakshi ganguly 31m
amend proposed new counter-terror law. While an improvement on the abusive Prevention of Torture Act, still needs more rights protections
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Letta Tayler 1h
Acts of "mischief" are not acts of terrorism: My submission to Parliament on why draft counterterror law is an improvement but needs further refining.
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Sri Lanka: Amend Counterterrorism Bill
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Efforts to Tackle Illegal Drugs ‘Spectacular’ Failure
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EmmaDaly 14h
This is supremely cruel. Trump Administration Eyes Defining Transgender Out of Existence Absurd. And could devastate 1.4m Americans. To placate angy Evangelicals who for some reason care how others define themselves.
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Reed Brody 12h
Explosive report on sexual exploitation and abuse of teenage schoolgirls by teachers is front-page news in
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Kenneth Roth Oct 16
Putin is pressing for reconstruction aid for Syria as Syrian forces demolish the homes of people who lived in areas once held by anti-government forces and blocks their return.
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Trump on Asylum Seekers: Hysterical, Shortsighted, Wrong
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Human Rights Watch Oct 20
Top Human Rights Tweets of the Week
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Patricia Gossman 18h
Replying to @pagossman
Tell me how this ends? For 40 years were these always the only "choices" ? Can any Afghan not recall loved ones they lost from every phase of this war?
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Andrew Stroehlein 18h
Enough of all the lies. Enough of the ridiculous excuses. Enough of Trump & others trying to back their Saudi friends no matter what. The killing demands a UN investigation.
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Lydia Gall Oct 20
prosecutes 62-year old lady with cancer for sitting w blanket on park bench. Confiscates her dog. Anti-homeless law so far: 101 warnings, 3 arrests. Absurd, inhumane.
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Phil Robertson 20h
Outrageous descent into rights abuses & intolerance of persons with event cancellations in . Just watch now as people bring their patronage & dollars to & other more tolerant tourist destinations
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Sophie Richardson 21h
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Human Rights Watch Oct 20
UAE: Jailed British Academic Denied Rights
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Karen Attiah Oct 16
They may have silenced my friend but they cannot kill his words. You can read all of ‘s work (in English and Arabic) for the here:
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Jim Murphy Oct 20
If your teacher ❌ Tells you he loves you ❌Asks for your phone number ❌ Calls you at night ❌ Sends harassing texts ❌ Threatens you with bad or failing grades ✅ You can say NO! ✅ ✅ It’s not your fault! ✅
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Mary Wareham Oct 20
We are campaigning to prevent dehumanizing the use of force in warfare, policing, border control & other circumstances. - Ban
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