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The Committee to Protect Journalists is gravely concerned by a new state secrets bill before the Japanese parliament, which, if passed, would broaden the government's power to determine which information can be kept secret.
The UN High Commissioner for human rights, Navi Pillay, said a UN fact-finding team has found "massive evidence" that the highest levels of the Syrian government are responsible for war crime in the two and half years old civil war.
For the first time , the High Commissioner of the United Nations for Human Rights , Navi Pillay, has advanced Monday, December 2 , that evidence " indicated responsibility " of Syrian President Bashar al- Assad, in war
At least four people have been killed and 17 others were injured after a suicide bomber blew himself up in central Damascus on Tuesday afternoon, Syrian state television said. <
The head of the UN human rights bodies , on Tuesday ( 03/12/2013 ) , said the investigation showed that war crimes authorized by the highest officials , including President Bashar al - Assad . For the first time the UN human
Bashar al-Assad has authorised war crimes and crimes against humanity in Syria, the United Nations' human rights commission said on Monday, the first time the agency has publicly accused the president of directing such abuses.
The UN Human Rights Commission has publicly accused President Bashar al-Assad and has put the blame squarely on him for authorizing war crimes on his people and the extent of the atrocities and abuse is difficult to accept. In the
The United Nations human rights chief says there is mounting evidence that Syrian government officials including President Bashar Assad are responsible for crimes against humanity and war crimes. Navi Pillay says a U.N. panel investigating abuses in
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights , Navi Pillay , on Wednesday ( 06/11/2013 ) , voiced " alarm " Bangladesh court verdict related to the death penalty against 152 soldiers in connection with the murder of military officers in 2009
Diplomats from Commonwealth countries meeting in London today must push Sri Lanka to end its continuing crackdown on human rights defenders, Amnesty International said. The Commonwealth Committee of the Whole is meeting 17-