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Laura Pitter Jun 14
It’s not enough that US wrongfully detained for 14 years, they have also worked with Mauritanian authorities to prevent him from traveling to get necessary medical treatment. Mauritania should let him leave. No reason for restrictions
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Ben Ward 16h
The European Court ruled again this week that Greece should stop locking up lone migrant kids. Yet the numbers are rising, explains. Greek govt needs urgently to act to stop the harm to these vulnerable kids
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Andrew Stroehlein 18h
My friend & colleague, , was the target of an aggressive verbal attack in Tashkent on Thursday, apparently part of a wider campaign attempting to discredit our work & that of all independent human rights activists & journalists in Uzbekistan.
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Human Rights Watch 17h
“The Houthis should immediately stop all attacks on civilian infrastructure in Saudi Arabia... Unlawful Saudi-led coalition airstrikes in Yemen never justify Houthi attacks on Saudi civilians.”
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Jan Kooy 18h
“You can’t help but think there's a deliberate strategy of deterrence, to make the conditions as bad as possible despite all the funding they are getting from Europe.” “You look at the conditions... and they are abysmal.”
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Giorgi Gogia 17h
My deep respect & admiration to organizers. Church issued a statement containing elements encouraging violence & calling on the authorities to prevent organization of a peaceful march. Authorities should ensure activists’ safety & expression
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Lotte Leicht 17h
Expressions of condemnation & concern are not enough. 's military seems confident that atrocities will come at no cost. The should confront this dangerous calculation. Work for inquiry & impose targeted sanctions. My letter to EU FMs
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HRW Brussels 19h
European Court condemns Greece’s migrant kid lockups. Fresh ruling calls for end to harmful detention of lone migrant children. Dispatch
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Human Rights Watch 18h
Those of us who cover Russia aren’t spoilt by good news. This week, however, yielded not one but two amazing breakthroughs for critics of the government framed on drug charges.
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Andrew Stroehlein 18h
100,000s of people in east have lost access to their pensions. They have to make long journeys because the Ukrainian govt requires people from areas under control of Russian-backed groups to travel to govt-controlled territory to get pensions
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Maya Wang 王松莲 19h
Thanks journalist friends—such good questions! Thank God Hong Kong still has (mostly) free press. A reminder that Xi Jinping never hosts a press conference like that.
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Kenneth Roth 19h
Even a government carrying out the orders of China’s powerful dictatorship must sometimes succumb to popular pressure: Hong Kong chief executive drops the dangerous idea of allowing extradition to China’s lawless police and courts.
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Sophie Richardson 19h
:1; Beijing:0.’ Deep sorrow and regret' - Hong Kong suspends controversial extradition bill after months of protest and criticism via
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Human Rights Watch 21h
European Court Condemns Greece’s Migrant Kid Lockups
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Sarah Leah Whitson Jun 14
Must read from on how Iran’s Green Movement never went away: “Ten Years On, the Islamic Republic Only Strengthens What It Represses” via
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Lotte Leicht Jun 14
: A revolution in trauma The 's editor has been talking to some of those who witnessed the violence in .
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Human Rights Watch Film Festival Jun 14
If you needed another reason to get your tickets to then take a read of this great review by ⬇️ ⬇️ Screening at June 15 & June 17 this is one film you don't want to miss!
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Physicians for Human Rights Jun 14
Less than a week away: "No Box for Me" at the ! Two people learn about their medical past and piece together their lives through community, and a doctor admitting he did wrong. Buy your tickets today:
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Bill Frelick Jun 14
“You look at the conditions & they are abysmal," said . "You can’t help but think there is a deliberate strategy of deterrence, to make the conditions as bad as possible despite all the funding they are getting from Europe.”
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AmnestyEasternAfrica Jun 14
Protesters in are not giving up, and we continue to stand with them. Help them get their message out loud and clear.
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