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On 25/5. The social activist said forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad launched artillery attacks in a week to dislodge insurgents from the town of Qusair strategy, western Syria. Syrian government to regain
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch launched a joint statement on Friday calling on South Sudan to properly investigate the deaths of eight protesters in Wau, one of the country's largest towns, in December last year. The protests on
The decision by the Appeal of Conscience Foundation to honor President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono with its World Statesman Award on May 30 has sparked street protests and strident criticism from local human rights activists, the Forward reported. He
Topics Vale's logo is pictured outside their central sales office in Saint-Prex near Geneva June 4, 2012. Human Rights Watch accused Mozambique's government and foreign mining companies on Thursday of "serious shortcomings" in resettling communities
Wednesday 22nd May, 2013 International telecommunications companies risk being linked to human rights abuses if they enter the Burmese market before adequate protections are in place, Human Rights Watch said in a new report released on May 19 2013.
US-based observers are understandably confused about Myanmar's military-guided path towards democratization, particularly after the recent eruption of communal violence between Buddhist and Muslim communities that ultimately required army
Financial Times on Tuesday that Italy is the only European country where the State "systematically practices, organizes and sponsors segregated camps" for ethnic Roma. "Segregated settlements...constructed and authorised by the authorities are
Human Rights Watch asked the European leader to pressure Russia to end its policy of discrimination against non-governmental organizations. Indeed Russia is taking harder stance on the issue of non-governmental organization in
Long-term recovery in Ivory Coast would be supported by focusing on the country's political problems, Human Rights Watch said. Ivory Coast was pushed to the brink of civil war following competing claims of victory in 2010 presidential elections.
Nairobi Cote d'Ivoire's government has made little progress in addressing root causes of the country's decade of politico-military violence in the two years since President Alassane Ouattara's inauguration on May 21, 2011, Human Rights Watch said