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Security Forces Should Be Investigated for Attacks on Crowds February 20, 2014 (New York) The Cambodian authorities should drop charges and release a teenage boy and five young men against whom the prosecution presented no credible evidence of
A new assessment of Afghanistan's future says the country could once again become a terrorist haven unless U.S. and international partners underwrite a much larger Afghan security force than is currently planned beyond 2014. The study released
Security Council is unlikely to fully restore a decades-old arms embargo on Somalia, despite concerns about the possible diversion of weapons to al Qaeda-linked militants, but may extend eased restrictions on government purchases, diplomats said. A
Hoping to snuff out Boko Haram, Nigerian forces launched a crackdown in May 2013, swooping into towns, rounding up hundreds of youths and strafing suspected hideouts of the militia, who, despite being pushed back, continue to torment civilians and
Rabat Migrants in Morocco continue to suffer human rights abuses at the hands of security forces and resentful locals, despite migration policy reforms that were welcomed by local rights organizations when they were announced five months ago. Morocco'
Nangarhar, Laghman, Zabul, Maidan Wardak, Khost, Paktika and Helmand during the past twenty-four hours . Seventeen Taliban militants were killed and 16 others were arrested during the operations. The statement added that the security forces seized
It is success of security forces. We had said that there is militancy and militant movement, but due to stepped up activities and vigilance of the security forces, we have been able to control them." He further stated: "We had said in the later part
Esscom director-general Datuk Mohammad Mentek (left) monitoring security forces at Pulau Abal in Lahad Datu. Sabah Eastern Security Command (Esscom) director-general Datuk Mohammad Mentek says security has been beefed up along the border to southern
New Cabinet Should Implement 5-Point Plan To Curtail Sexual Violence February 13, 2014 (Nairobi) Somalia 's new cabinet should urgently adopt meaningful reforms to confront rampant sexual violence, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.
Iraq's parliament speaker narrowly escaped an attack in his hometown on Monday, while 21 militants died when a car bomb they were readying mistakenly went off, officials said. The unrest comes amid the worst protracted period of bloodshed in nearly