Amnesty International & Human Rights Watch

Amnesty International (commonly known as Amnesty and AI) is a non-governmental organisation focused on Human Rights with over 3 million members and supporters around the world. Human Rights Watch is an international non-governmental organization that conducts research and advocacy on Human Rights. 5.0/5

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Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International criticize in letter to EU Commission. .
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Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch want Saudia Arabia off UN rights council
Not to mention Human Rights organizations, like Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch.
Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and the Question of Hamas, Gaza, and Israel
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Where is Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch for victims of US, Brit govt Unlawful Killing in UK???
Typical of Amnesty International& Human Rights Watch to ignore some nations in order to be politically correct.
On December 27, 2008, Israel launched Operation Cast Lead, a massive, 22-day military assault on the Gaza Strip. The ferocity of the attack was unprecedented in the more than six-decade-old conflict between Israelis and Palestinians, killing some 1,400 Palestinians, most of them civilians. According to Israeli authorities, three Israeli civilians and one soldier were killed by rockets fired from Gaza during Cast Lead. Nine Israeli soldiers also died in combat in Gaza, including four killed by friendly fire.In the aftermath of the offensive, UN-appointed fact finding mission found strong evidence of War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity committed by both the Israeli military and Palestinian militias. Investigations by Human Rights groups such as Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch came to the same conclusion. After an investigation of the destruction of civilian infrastructure in Gaza, Human Rights Watch accused the Israeli military of violating the international ban on "wanton destruction" found ...
(New York) – The December 2 conviction of journalist David Bergman on contempt charges by Bangladesh’s International Crimes Tribunal (ICT) further shrinks the narrowing space for observers to comment on the War Crimes proceedings, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and the International Comm…
Shame on Italian and French governments for receiving the Egyptian military dictator and assasin A. Al-Sisi!!. Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International called him to stand trials for Crimes Against Humanity.
 PRESIDENT Benigno Simeon Aquino III is leaving for several European countries this Sunday, September 13, during which he’s expected to enhance those countries’ support for the Philippine position in its dispute with China over the West Philippine Sea. Having just submitted to Congress the draft of the long-awaited Bangsamoro Basic Law, Mr. Aquino is also likely to brag before the leaders of Spain, Germany, France, and Belgium  how he has made peace with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front.   What he’s not likely to brag about, or even to mention at all, but which will inevitably be raised by the foreign journalists who will cover his visit, are the killing of journalists in the Philippines and the sorry Human Rights record of his administration.    International Human Rights, journalists’ and free expression groups, among them Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, the Asian Human Rights Council,  the  Southeast Asian Press Alliance, the Committee to Protect Journalists  (CPJ),  Report ...
& BARRED BY GENOCIDAL ISRAEL FROM Truth is "anti Jewish" to Zionism. Harper and ALL Canada's main federal parties back this abomination saying: "We will protect Israel, WHATEVER THE COST." How disgusting do you think the barring of Human Rights orgs and offering the blood and treasure of Canadians to protect the genocidal state "Whatever the cost" - to us? ISH = " Defense HAARETZ Israel bars Amnesty, Human Rights Watch workers from Gaza Human Rights organizations prevented from conducting investigations into Israel-Hamas fighting. By | Aug. 18, 2014 | 3:32 PM | 26 RELATED ARTICLES UN: Gaza reconstruction 3 times more dire than after 2009 war By The Associated Press | Aug. 18, 2014 | 9:53 PM | 6 Gaza severely short of water for drinking and bathing By Amira Hass | Aug. 21, 2014 | 2:10 PM | 10 How many Palestinian civilians is a single militant worth? By Amira Hass | Aug. 22, 2014 | 9:52 AM | 8 Israel has been refusing to allow employees of Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch to enter the Ga ...
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch said the Israeli authorities have denied them entry into the Gaza Strip to investigate allegations of Human Rights violations using various bureaucratic excuses, the Anadolu news agency reported.The organisati
The resurgence of Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip makes it impossible for Human Rights groups to document the human, as Amnesty International at a press conference on Wednesday. Since the beginning of the war on July 8, 2014 Israel refused to authorities any inquiry from AI to enter the Gaza Strip must. The Egyptian authorities did not allow entry via the single Egyptian border crossing. The situation after the recent start of the Israeli air attacks makes it more and more necessary that a group of observers allowed to enter. Precious time has already been lost and Human Rights groups are willing to do their job to document War Crimes. So Anne Fitzgerald - AI director for research and crisis management. "The Israeli authorities have known her, bureaucratic Sielchen us to deny access in the coastal strip with more and more senseless criteria. Meanwhile, the number of victims rises there on forever! " AI and Human Rights Watch called in a joint statement on Israel's authorities to immediately approve t ...
Millions of dollars of weapons worsening South Sudan war By AFP Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) soldiers wave their weapons as tehy celebrate alongside displaced people in Malakal after recapturing the town from rebels on March 19, 2014. By Ivan Lieman (AFP/File) Nairobi (AFP) - Millions of dollars of arms shipments have flooded South Sudan since civil war broke out eight months ago, weapons monitors said Tuesday, with countries key to peace also involved in the supply. The shipments are prolonging a conflict in which thousands of people have been killed and more than 1.5 million have been forced from their homes, monitors said. Rights groups including Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have called for an arms embargo, while the UN Security Council has repeatedly warned of possible sanctions. "Since the start of the conflict there has been an influx of weapons into the country compared to the post-independence period" of the last three years, said Jonah Leff, who heads Conflict Armament Re ...
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Israel Blocks Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch from Gaza afraid of justice...
Israel has repetitively declined requests by Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International to enter Gaza and investigate .
Israel bars Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch representatives from entering the Gaza Strip.
WASHINGTON, (PIC)-- Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch (HRW) said the Israeli and Egyptian authorities obstruct their efforts to investigate allegations of War Crimes and Human Rights violations in the Gaza Strip. Representatives from the two organizations have failed to get official permissions to enter Gaza from Israel and Egypt since the early days of the military aggression, while the former blatantly denies that its army has committed violations in Gaza and still rejects any UN probe in this regard. Senior Amnesty official Deborah Hyams said that despite all obstacles, its group and Watch are doing their best to document what has happened during Israel's military attacks on Gaza.
Today is World Humanitarian Day- 19 August. I don't want to preach, but the current number and scale of man-made crises in the world is unprecedented (Syria, Iraq, Libya, Gaza, Ukraine, South Sudan, Central African Republic, Mali, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, etc.) and more than 50 million people worldwide are displaced by violence. This is an utterly unsustainable situation. So please think about supporting the work of neutral organizations that provide relief and justice (e.g. UNHCR, World Food Programme, International Committee of the Red Cross, Médecins Sans Frontières, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, Oxfam), and also urge your governments to "do good" without applying disgusting double standards. Thank you!
Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International both concluded, in 2009, that Hamas had NOT used 'human... (cont)
United Nations, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International where are you?children, women and civilians die in Gaza and nobody hears you.
President Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi has taken up office in Egypt in the midst of a Human Rights crisis as dire as in any period in the country's modern history, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch said today. The organisations called on the new pres
Mak Xeross 54 mins Israelis are Cowards , and Murderers Palestinian women protesting against the Jews’ deliberate targeting of children and families. “Ali Murad Abu Shaweesh was 12 when Israeli soldiers shot him in the back. Ali was killed on the same day in June, 2001 that Sharon refused to let the Israeli Foreign Minister, Shimon Peres, meet with Yasir Arafat, yet his death also went unnoticed by American television news. But not entirely unnoticed, since the Israeli soldiers, who taunted the Palestinian boys over loudspeakers outside the Khan Yunis refugee camp in the Gaza Strip, goading them to come out and throw rocks, did so under the gaze of Chris Hedges, a reporter for the New York Times. Both Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch claim there is evidence they have presented considerable documented evidence that Jewish soldiers do in fact shoot Palestinian children ,
ARE CIVIL SOCIETY GROUPS DEAD OR ALIVE? Prior to the crisis, civil society groups were picking up the speed. They were becoming of age, professionally. They were beginning to play their roles as expected of them. They were getting tougher and more aggressive to an extent of holding President Kiir’s government by the bo-bo-bo-collar. Visibly, they made some government officials clench their jaws, fists, in anger. They had started to put big smiles on faces of wakeful citizens. Do you remember Isaiah Abraham’s murder? Do you remember the killing of a young Nuer boy in which former Interior Minister Salva Mathok was later implicated? The $4 billion embezzlement, the list of 75 most corrupt constitutional post holders that led to abduction and torturing of an activist? In all of the incidents, the rights groups made necessary loud noises. They ran around naked, crying and resultantly attracting international attention. Big human Rights Watchdogs such as Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, Internati ...
Are Oromos being systematically imprisoned, killed and tortured in Ethiopia or are they simply feeling that way? - seems Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International cannot make up their minds. HRW: The Oromos are Ethiopia’s largest ethnic group and have historically FELT marginalized and discriminated against by successive Ethiopian governments. Amnesty:The Oromos have long FELT discriminated against by successive governments. Last week Human Rights Watch put out a small statement calling for the killing of peaceful protesters in Ethiopia to cease. In the HRW statement there was a sentence that irked many of us. This week Amnesty international released a statement, where it repeated almost verbatim the same statement. Mass imprisonment, killing,and torture has been happening to Oromo people in Ethiopia for decades. And ironically, both of these organizations have been reporting for years on what has been happening in Ethiopia against Oromos. When so-called Human Rights organizations such as HRW reduce ...
(Berlin) – The Ukrainian government investigation into the violence in Odessa on May 2, 2014, should be thorough, impartial, and capable of ensuring that those responsible are held accountable, Human Rights Watch said today in a joint statement with Amnesty International.
Happy Birthday Leopoldo Lopez Video of his most recent public speech right before surrendering himself to the regime of Nicolas Maduro. Leopoldo López is a Venezuelan politician and economist, currently serving as National Coordinator of Venezuelan political party Voluntad Popular. Born in Caracas on 29 April 1971, he received a degree in Sociology from Kenyon College, and later Master of Public Policy from Harvard University. López, who led the 2014 protests in Caracas, was arrested on 18 February under charges of arson, terrorism, and homicide. Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and other international human-rights groups condemned his arrest as politically motivated.
For Immediate Release Nepal: Reject Draft Truth and Reconciliation Bill Proposed Measure Contravenes International Law (New York, April 17, 2014) – Nepali legislators should reject problematic provisions of the proposed Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) bill introduced in parliament on April 9, 2014, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and the International Commission of Jurists said today. Despite a January 2 directive from the Nepali Supreme Court that the law must meet international legal standards, the bill contains provisions for amnesty that violate international law. In particular, the bill retains language from a 2012 executive ordinance that permitted amnesty for crimes under international law committed during Nepal’s civil war. A landmark Supreme Court ruling rejected the ordinance, and explicitly directed the government to introduce a new bill in compliance with Nepal’s obligations under international law. Amnesty for gross Human Rights violations, such as those enumerated ...
13 JUMADA AL-AKHIR The U.S. drone program under President Barack Obama reached its fifth anniversary on January this year with an estimated death toll of at least 2,400 people. Barack Obama has rapidly increased the drone program in Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia, countries where Al Qaeda affiliates and destabilisation has increased since drone strikes. Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International both issued reports in October hugely criticizing the secrecy that shrouds the drone program, and calling for investigations into the deaths of drone victims with no apparent connection to terrorism. In Pakistan alone estimates are between 416 and 951 civilians, including 168 to 200 children, have been killed. America's drones keep flying. A December strike in Yemen -- reportedly conducted by the Pentagon's Joint Special Operations Command, not the CIA -- killed 12 civilians. A September U.N. report warned that drone warfare has the potential to greatly undermine global stability. The PGF demands our leadership mus ...
Human Rights Watch , Amnesty International and many others have accused Kenya of abusing Somalis - This has led to a…
NSA has spied on Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch staff, Edward Snowden tells Council of Europe - http…
Snowden says NSA spied on Human Rights groups like Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International
Arrest of Sri Lankan Rights Activists Condemned thanks for Indian Express . The Sri Lankan government should release two Human Rights Defenders, including a priest, because their arrests are an attempt to silence criticism, Human Rights groups aid Tuesday. A joint statement issued by Amnesty International, Forum Asia, Human Rights Watch, the International Crisis Group and the International Commission of Jurists called Sunday's arrest and detention of Ruki Fernando of the Colombo-based INFORM and Father Praveen Mahesan, a Catholic priest, "arbitrary." Police say they were arrested and detained under the powerful Prevention of Terrorism Act for trying to create communal disharmony and disturbance. Sri Lanka faces criticism for cracking down on rights activists and has rejected calls for an international inquiry into the conduct of the final months of a decades-long civil war that ended in 2009. Government forces defeated separatist Tamil Tiger rebels, but have been accused of causing large numbers of civili ...
Godhra continued.. Let's us take a look at the article "India's Muslim Time Bomb" written by Pankaj Mishra(*) , dated September 15, 2003 , where he quoted 2000 as his favorite Number for riots . QUOTE In the nationwide violence that followed the demolition of the mosque a decade ago, almost 2,000 people, mostly Muslims, died in Bombay alone .. In 1998, an inquiry identified some Hindu police officers and politicians responsible for the killings; not one has been tried or convicted. Observing the 10th anniversary of the killings last year, Amnesty International noted that "even when those responsible are identified, they are allowed to go unpunished." And early last year, more than 2,000 Muslims were killed in the western Indian state of Gujarat in a series of attacks by mobs that Human Rights Watch has said were organized and protected by Gujarat's Hindu nationalist rulers. END QUOTE (*) Pankaj Mishra the author of The Romantics, winner of the Los Angeles Times's Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction, an ...
HUMAN sloppiness ( source Wikipedia is history today ) indicated the Nobel Peace Prize ... Vladimir Putin ... and the death of millions ? where is ? ? Support for the government of Bashar al - Assad In January 2012 , Human Rights Watch criticized Russia , the main supporter of Bashar al -Assad as " repeating the same mistakes of Western countries ' support to " disguise " the side that simpatiza.399 Amnesty International , noting that the government Syria uses heavy weapons and even fighter aircraft to attack opponents criticized the Russians for having a " wanton disregard for humanity . " 400 Again , Human Rights Watch warned that the Russian arms company , Rosoboronexport , " while sending weapons to Syria War Crimes are committed can be interpreted as abetting these crimes "and called international companies to cut ties with Russian companies involved with conflito.401 402 Shortly thereafter , however, the United States purchased some Mi-17 helicopters from Rosoboronexport for the value millions of d ...
Thursday, July 25, 2013 IBTimesUK, Presented by Marverine Cole: Religious violence in Burma between the Buddhist majority and other ethnic groups, such as the Rohinga Muslims, has existed for decades if not centuries. However over the last twelve months what's been classed by both Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch as a wave of 'ethnic cleansing' has been sweeping across various townships in the Rakhine State on the country's west coast. The United Nations estimates are that around 140,000 people have fled widespread oppression and brutal violence to makeshift refugee camps, with many dying unnecessarily. But whilst the international community has in the last few years praised President Thein Sein and his steps towards improving democracy in Burma, they have turned a blind eye to the growing violence and persecution against the Muslim minority in the country. In an exclusive documentary short, IBTimes UK investigates the hidden genocide currently occurring inside Burma.
Maan massacre As expected, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International are silent about the massacre in Maan because the victims are Alawites and the killers are their (virtual) fictive friends, the rebels. Posted by As'ad AbuKhalil at 8:26 AM
USA, European and all western Media call every Muslim country leader islamist because USA and European countries hide their Christian faith and crusade agenda in the name of Democracy, United Nations and their Veto power in UN through Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch which are Western Christian Organisations. Barack Hussein Obama, Catherine Ashton, Nato General Secretary Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Vladimir Putin and Benjamin Netanyahu are Enemy of Humanity worst world leaders humanity have ever seen in modern history! !
Chimpreports.com-Uganda News - S. Sudan Activists Write To Super Powers Over UPDF Deployment The letter, availed to Chimpreports, is addressed to; the international Human Rights organisations, H.E. Barack Obama (President of the United States of America), H.E. Vladimir Putin (President of Russia), H.E. Xi Jinping (President of the People Republic of China), H.E. David Cameron (Prime Minister of United Kingdom), H.E. Francois Hollande (President of the French Republic), H.E. Stephen Harper (Prime Minister of Canada) and Ban Ki-moon (UN Secretary General). The letter is further addressed to Fatou Bensouda (Chief Prosecutor of the ICC), Member Countries of the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD), Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma (Chairperson of the African Union Commission), Prime Minister of the Italian Government, Rome, UN Human Rights Council, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International. Here are the concerns in the letter: UPDF’s armed combat and presence in South Sudan SSIAHR wants to inform you ...
President Museveni lied when he feigned ignorance of mass atrocities against civilians by his soldiers in Northern and Eastern Uganda. He was aware at all times and was informed by groups like Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch of broad day light violations of his commanders. In all the reported cases, no investigations were carried in spite of promises of doing so. The commanders were all promoted after the 'tour' of the North. I will show in the coming days on this page documented evidence of that . I will provide names of brutally murdered individuals and the letters written to the President, Minister of Justice Prof. Kanyeihamba, IGG Augustus Rizindana and Minister of State for Defence, David Tinyefuza. I do this not out of any ill motive but to provide evidence that the President lied in his apology and only sought to draw a political capital from the suffering of our people. Here is the first such documents with names and dates of atrocities.
Execution of Molla: A response to the Bangladesh Embassy’s rejoinder Dr. Ali Al-Ghamdi I was astonished to read the rejoinder of the Bangladesh Embassy in Riyadh to my article titled “Execution of Abdul Quader Molla after an unjust trial,” which appeared in this newspaper on Dec. 18. The embassy accused me of opting to present the issue in a biased and misleading way. I wish to clarify some points so that readers can decide for themselves who is deliberately misleading and distorting facts and mixing up things that are not supposed to be mixed up. 1. My article was based on facts, realties and events that were ignored by the embassy, which did not discuss any one of them. On the other hand, it repeated the mind-numbing words, articulated frequently by Bangladesh officials, that these trials were apolitical. I had also drawn attention to the positions taken by and the criticism raised by international Human Rights organizations, especially the Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, UN Human Rig . ...
While everyone is for “Human Rights” and “stopping torture,” Americans should not be fooled by these false flags meant to damage U.S. power and prestige. Dig a little deeper into who has been driving the anti-Gitmo disinformation campaign these past 12 years, and you will discover an international, fervently anti-American, far-left coalition attacking the nation through a savvy propaganda effort. This includes those linked to Al Qaeda financiers, communist groups, anarchist movements - backed by sympathetic press and politicians. Regrettably, it’s a coalition President Barack Obama has sided with in his priority to release as many Al Qaeda, Taliban and “affiliates” as humanly possible. Let’s take a look at the key players: Amnesty International. Along with Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International was revealed as partner organization to Al Karama, a Human Rights non-profit run by Qatar’s Abdul Rahman Omeir Al-Naimi. Al-Naimi was recently exposed by the U.S. Treasury Department in Decemb ...
Priceless: "Carrie Mathison: Is there something you can do? Saul Berenson: No, I wish I could. I don't work here (at the CIA) anymore... Carrie Mathison: What about Amnesty International or Human Rights Watch?" (Homeland, Season Finale)
New York, NY (December 12, 2013) – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) strongly condemns the execution today of Abdul Quader Mollah, the Assistant Secretary General of Bangladesh’s Jamat-e-Islami party by Shaikh Hasina’s government. ICNA President Naeem Baig said “this is a political murder and a dark day for justice”. Death sentences of political prisoners being handed down through unjust judicial process may plunge Bangladesh into violence, political tyranny, and social anarchy. World leaders, including US Secretary of State John Kerry and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon had personally appealed to the Bangladesh Prime Minister to halt the execution. United Nations, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and several international bodies have condemned the way these courts were established and trials conducted. The judgment is a result of a trial where the defense teams faced severe obstructions including abduction of their witnesses, disallowing defense evidence or witnesses, and ci ...
Appeal to all Human Rights Defenders specially, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch to put pressure on...
Human Rights Watch, The Ongoing Problem of Impunity , 1999. Amnesty International, Torture and Deaths in Custody in Jammu and Kashmir, 1995. Amnesty International, Impunity must end in Jammu and Kashmir, 2001. Full force of the law The Armed Forces Special Powers Act of 1958 and the Disturbed Areas Act of 1976 give police extraordinary powers of search and arrest without warrants and detention. The Special Powers Act provides that unless approval is obtained from the Central Government, no "prosecution, suit, or other legal proceeding shall be instituted...against any person in respect of anything done or purported to be done in exercise of the powers of the act." To Human Rights groups, it is such provisions that allow security forces to operate with virtual impunity. According to one NGO, there were 1,300 writs of habeas corpus pending in the Jammu and Kashmir High Court in 1999 in such detention cases. The government is also known to abuse such powers, an example being the case of Yasin Malik, chairman ...
Bahrain: Stop the Shipment campaign continues amid more casualties As the details of the proposed sale of 1.6 million chemical and tear gas canisters emerged more international groups have joined Bahrain Watch[1] in urging the South Korean authorities to stop it. In addition to Human Rights Watch[2] and Amnesty International[3] Korea office did an urgent action; Korean activists have staged protests and held a press conference organized by 31 Korean NGOs[4] calling for the shipment of these lethal gases to stop. They held a rally at Korea DAPA (teargas export authority) asking them to Stop The Shipment of teargas to Bahrain. A number of prominent activists, academics and journalists have endorsed the Stop The Shipment campaign, including Noam Chomsky, journalist John Pilger, David Graeber, Norman Finkelstein, Hamid Dabashi, David Barsamian and As’ad Abukhalil[5]. The latest victim of those gas canisters is a 17 years old Bahraini youth who was shot at close range and became unconscious. Abbas Abdulnabi ...
US defends drone strikes in Pakistan and Yemen The US has defended its drone strikes in Yemen and Pakistan, saying it takes "extraordinary care" to ensure they comply with international law. The unmanned raids targeting terror suspects were a "course of action least likely to result in the loss of innocent life", the White House said. It follows allegations by Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International of the Unlawful Killing of civilians. Pakistan's PM on Tuesday urged the US to end drone attacks in his country. Speaking at the start of a visit to the US, Nawaz Sharif said the attacks violated his country's sovereignty. He added that the raids were a "major irritant" in relations with Washington. Drone warfare has become common in the US pursuit of al-Qaeda and the Taliban. Few details are known about these covert operations, which are directed remotely from control rooms, often on other continents. Continue reading the main story Analysis image of M Ilyas Khan M Ilyas Khan BBC News, Islamabad The new ...
Reports document US slaughter of civilians in drone strikes By Barry Grey 23 October 2013 A series of reports released over the past several days document the killing of thousands of people, including hundreds of non-combatant civilians, in US drone strikes in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Yemen and other countries. The reports, issued by Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch on Tuesday and the UN special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions last Friday, expose as lies the claims of President Obama and administration officials that the drone strikes are “surgical” attacks that kill few civilians. All three reports suggest that the United States is concealing the extent of the carnage caused by its program of extrajudicial executions and is in violation of international humanitarian law. The reports were timed to coincide with a United Nations General Assembly debate on drone attacks to take place this Friday. Amnesty International devoted its report, “Will I be Next?” US Dr ...
Amnesty International has described US Drones as act of War Crime. However, it has also hinted Pakistan has done nothing to protect its citizens from illegal Drones. It says that Pakistan Govt or institution has been providing assistance to US drones. Really stunning revelations by Amnesty and Human Rights Watch.
justsecurity.org Human Rights Groups Release Investigation Reports into US Targeted Killings: A Guide to the Issues Today, Human Rights Watch (HRW) and Amnesty International (AI) released two detailed studies of US targeted killings in Yemen and Pakistan, putting forward specific evidence of civilian deaths and legal violations by the United States. The reports are long (HRW’s is 97 pages, AI’s is 74), address a complex range of issues, and describe their investigations into specific strikes at length. This Just Security post is a guide to the key issues the reports address: Specific US strikes killed civilians in violation of the law and US policy. These are the first major reports by each organization detailing field investigations into specific strikes. HRW reviewed six strikes in Yemen (occurring between December 2009 and April 2013). HRW concluded that two of the strikes violated international law (pp. 54, 67), four may have (pp. 30, 39, 43, 60), and none of the six appeared to have complied wi . ...
US legalizing a new kind of illegal war This file photo shows a US drone. Tue Oct 22, 2013 4:21PM GMT 1 48 1 By David Swanson Related Interviews: ‘US troops pullout misnomer’ Drone strike, clear example of War Crime There's a dark side to the flurry of reports and testimony on drones, helpful as they are in many ways. When we read that Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch oppose drone strikes that violate international law, some of us may be inclined to interpret that as a declaration that, in fact, drone strikes violate international law. On the contrary, what these Human Rights groups mean is that some drone strikes violate the law and some do not, and they want to oppose the ones that do. Which are which? Even their best researchers can't tell you. Human Rights Watch looked into six drone murders in Yemen and concluded that two were illegal and four might be illegal. The group wants President Obama to explain what the law is (since nobody else can), wants him to comply with it (whatever it ...
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch released reports on the United States' drone strikes, saying some amounted to War Crimes and killed civilians.
NTV NEWS UPDATE INTERNATIONAL NEWS Two U.S rights groups Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have asked the US government to hold to account people responsible for civilian deaths in the Middle East and be more transparent about its drone programme. MONITOR THOUGHT LEADERS' FORUM The Monitor Thought Leaders Forum has continued to register rising numbers of participants since its inception in 2010. The forum provides a platform for interaction among different stakeholders to discuss modes of acquiring efficiency in different places of work. This year’s forum also targets lecturers from different disciplines who need to tap in the rich experience of the moderators on how to succeed in today’s job market and later on pass on the skill to their students. NATIONAL ID PROJECT The long awaited National Identity Card Project is finally set to kick off next month with the registration of Ugandans from the ages of 16 onwards which breaks away from the traditional 18 year-age-limit. The Internal Affairs ...
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US drone strike killings in Pakistan and Yemen "unlawful" - Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch
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Two leading Human Rights groups have jointly released detailed reports on U.S. drone strikes that charge the government with violating international law by killing civilians, including a grandmother and a teen boy, and demand that the Obama administration prosecute anyone responsible for unlawful deaths. Amnesty International, which studied 45 drone strikes in Pakistan in 2012 and 2013, says the U.S. violated the internationally recognized “right to life” and may have committed War Crimes. “There are real threats to the U.S. in the region,” said Naureen Shah, Amnesty’s advocacy adviser, “but it is hard to imagine that a 68-year-old grandmother or a 14-year-old boy are among them. Something clearly went wrong and the U.S. government needs to come clean.” Advertise | AdChoices Human Rights Watch, which focused on six drone strikes in Yemen over the past four years, said the U.S. is undermining its own efforts against Al Qaeda with drone attacks. “The U.S. says it is taking all possible preca ...
List of policies and crimes Shimon Peres is responsible for: - In 1996, as Prime Minister, he launched "Operation Grapes of Wrath" against Lebanon, causing massive destruction and forcing 400,000 Lebanese civilians to flee their homes, with almost 800 of them taking refuge at a UN base in the village of Qana, South Lebanon. - During that operation, the Israeli army shelled the UN shelter in Qana, killing 102 civilians, mainly women, children and the elderly. Human Rights Watch, the UN and Amnesty International subsequently established that Israel's attack on the UN base was deliberate, disproving Israeli propaganda to the contrary. Shimon Peres said at the time, "In my opinion, everything was done according to clear logic and in a responsible way. I am at peace." - He is an architect of Israel's nuclear weapons program - one which remains outside the scrutiny of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). - He is directly responsible for building -- even initiating the construction of -- colonies on oc ...
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch urged on Tuesday to refer the conflict in to the International Criminal Court
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Abuja - A Nigerian government Rights Watchdog said it had credible reports the country's own forces carried out extra-judicial killings, torture, rape and arbitrary detention in efforts to quell an Islamist insurgency in the northeast. In an interim study compiled over June and seen by Reuters on Monday, Nigeria's National Human Rights Commission also said the violence had forced thousands of farmers to flee their land and warned the exodus could trigger a food crisis. Nigeria's military did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and other campaign groups have made similar allegations over the past three years, but it was unusual to see them in a report compiled by a government organisation. In May the military began its most concerted effort yet to end a four-year-old insurgency by Boko Haram, an Islamist sect that has killed thousands in a campaign to revive an ancient Islamic caliphate in Nigeria's northeast. The commission's report said it had recei ...
Why does Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch say NOTHING about the wrongful incarceration of Aafia Siddiqui by the US government?
Amnesty, HRW condemn Turkey’s crackdown on protesters International and Human Rights Watch have censured the Turkish police for using excessive force against anti-government protesters. Violent clashes between the police and the protesters continued throughout Tuesday, and both sides took and lost control of Istanbul’s Taksim Square several times. On Tuesday night, thousands of protesters returned to the square — the epicenter of 12 days of unrest. Special police forces used tear gas, rubber bullets, and water cannons to disperse the demonstrators. In a statement issued late on Tuesday, Andrew Gardner, Turkey researcher at the London-based Amnesty International, censured Turkey for the recent acts of police brutality. “Instead of continuing to repress peaceful activists, the Turkish authorities should start to look at the actions of their own police and bring to justice those responsible for the shocking abuse we have seen over the past two weeks,” he said. “The protests in Taksim Square and G ...
June 11, 2013: Today on Africa 54; Former South African President Nelson Mandela is spending his fourth day at a Pretoria hospital. Mali- International Human Rights group, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, say both the Malian army and the MNLA have committed abuses against civilians. Medgar Evers- Across the U.S. people are remembering an icon of the American civil rights movement five decades after his racially motivated murder in the southern state of Mississippi. And stay tuned VOA's Linord Moudou, who will announce the Africa Health Network Health in your Community contest winners.
Floribert Chebeya Bahizire (13 September 1963 – 2 June 2010) was a leading Congolese Human Rights activist in the Democratic Republic of Congo, hailed by the United Nations as "a champion of Human Rights".His death led to calls for an investigation from more than 50 organizations, including Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, many countries and several senior UN officials, including Ban Ki Moon, Navi Pillay, Allan Dos and Philip Alston. Bahizire was born in Bukavu. He worked from the early 1990s until his sudden suspicious death in 2010, of which the cause has yet to be established. He was leader of the Voix des Sans Voix (Voice of the Voiceless) Human Rights organization. His work led to him being issued with repetitive threats from police. Throughout his life Chebeya denounced several governments and rulers, including the dictator Mobutu, his successor President Laurent Desire Kabila and the incumbent government at the time of his death. Chebeya had been asked to meet with Congo's Inspector ...
Amnesty International & Human Rights Watch are not standing up for Bradley Manning
South Sudan state authorities have failed to carry out adequate investigations into the killing of eight peaceful protesters in December 2012 by government security forces, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch said today.
Press Release 16 May 2013     Group calls for probe on embassy officials harassing stranded OFWs in Saudi Arabia     Migrant rights group, MIGRANTE-Middle East (M-ME), today calls on the Philippine Commission on Human Rights (CHR) and various international Human Rights group such as Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and the United Nations Special Rapporteur for Migrants, to conduct investigation on the inhumane treatment of stranded overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) by Philippine Embassy officials in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.     On May 4, 2013, around 165 stranded OFWs, mostly women and some with children staged an encampment inside the PH embassy compound after the PH ambassador to Saudi Arabia failed to show for a dialog to press their repatriation.     “From the very beginning and until now, PH ambassador Ezzadin Tago is hesitant to face the stranded OFWs who are seeking assistance for their repatriation especially when the Saudi govt. launched a massive Kingdom-wide crackdown of undocum ...
Security force harassment and unlawful detention of journalists is undermining freedom of expression in South Sudan, the Agency for Independent Media (AIM), Amnesty International, Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), and Human Rights Watch said today, on World Press Freedom Day.
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch. First and last appearance in UNSC
Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International, brazen champions of imperial intervention in Libya, Syria and (cont)
Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, Transparency International and other NGOs raided by the Russian govt.
The video created by Channel 4 regarding Sri Lanka was aired yesterday at the UNHRC session. The video named "No Fire Zone" was aired with by Amnesty International and the Human Rights Watch.
Comment on Mercedes, ASSK & 2015 Elections. 1) I think we all agree the planned purchase of five bullet-proof Mercedes is not for ASSK, U Tin Oo, U Win Tin etc in 2015. 2) The current situation is similar to 1947 when General Aung San served as Junior Partner to the British Governor. 3) Aung San was assassinated in 1947 before Burma gain independence on January 4, 1948. My suspicion is that ASSK's Cinderalla story will end in 2015, if not before. They will never let her become President of Burma. 4) The American Intelligence Major who provided the "safe condict" pass for the meeting with General Slim told me British officers wanted to arrest Aung San who was dressed in the uniform of a Japanese Major-General. The American military escort with their Tommy guns had to warn British officers that Aung San was under the protection of the US Army. 5) Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have recently been criticising ASSK. Others have accused ASSK of becoming a crony of President Thein Sein after being ...
MUMBAI: A group of Islamic scholars today called upon international bodies like United Nations, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International and governments across the world to devise ways to put an end to killing of Shia Muslims in Pakistan. "It is extremely shameful," Islamic scholar Maulana Sayed Ahmedalo Abidi, Imam-e-Juma Khoja Jama Masjid Dongri and Principal of Houza Ilmiya Najifi House, told reporters here. "Shias are being attacked, shot and bombed. This is extremely serious," he said, urging the Indian government to take up the issue in international forums. He also appealed to the government of Pakistan to ensure that Shias were protected from violence unleashed by militants.
Report by Cecilie SuraskyJewish Voice for PeacePublished: 21/04/05   All of us at JVP, especially the members of the Caterpillar committee, are just catching our breath after the build-up to the Caterpillar annual meeting in Chicago on April 13. Still, we couldn’t wait to let you know what happened. We’re simply ecstatic about the work of diverse groups that came together to call on CAT to end the sale of weaponized bulldozers to the Israeli military, including Stop Caterpillar-Chicago, US Campaign to End the Occupation, the Sisters of Loretto, Mercy Investment Group, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch. On the global front, protests were held in over 30 cities around the world, bringing massive attention to CAT’s role in profiting from violating Human Rights and perpetuating the occupation.   Shareholder resolutions are non-binding, so the goal is not to win all the votes but rather to shine a spotlight on the issue – a spotlight that cannot be ignored by CAT board of directors. In th ...
Legislators in India should substantially amend or replace the new Criminal Law on violence against women in the forthcoming budget session of the parliament, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch said today. On February 3, 2013, Indian President Pranab Mukherjee signed the Criminal Law (Amendment) Ordinance 2013, amending Criminal Laws, over protests from Human Rights and women’s rights groups across the country. Legislation addressing sexual violence should reflect international Human Rights law and standards, and incorporate key recommendations of the recently appointed Verma Committee, the rights groups said. “The new ordinance at long last reforms India’s colonial-era laws on sexual violence, but fails to provide crucial Human Rights protections and redress for victims,” said Meenakshi Ganguly, South Asia director at Human Rights Watch. “Indian parliamentarians should insist on a law that deals with these critical issues.” Criminal Law reform to address sexual violence has been the ...
This bill that Obama passed is just nuts. Here are the top 3 reasons in the bill that would make any US president signing it look like a communist. 1. The Indefinite Detention Clause: The NDAA has become the most controversial element of President Obama's foreign policy. Section 1021 of the NDAA bill of 2012 allowed for the "indefinite detention of American citizens without due process at the discretion of the President." Section 1021 has been challenged as a violation of constitutional principles and the United States Bill of Rights. The indefinite detention clause has been broadly denounced nationally and internationally. It may very well be the only thing that has true bi-partisan support. The Act was strongly opposed by the ACLU, Amnesty International, Human Rights First, Human Rights Watch, and The Center for Constitutional Rights, the Cato Institute, Reason Magazine and The Council on American-Islamic Relations. It was criticized in editorials published in The New York Times, Al-Jazeera, and The Gua ...
Human Rights Thunderous Silence With thousands of Human Rights organizations scattered across the globe, it is surprising that there are still governments that continue to abuse, torture and murder their citizens. From the beginning of time, humans have the capability and disturbingly the desire to dominate, thus supporting Darwin’s Theory of “survival of the fittest”. Two of the most well-known rights organisations are Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch. These organisations recruit members locally around the world to support their work, which is in theory “dedicated to protecting the Human Rights of people around the world. They investigate and expose Human Rights violations, hold abusers accountable, and challenge governments and those who hold power to end abusive practices and respect international Human Rights law”. Interestingly enough in the West, activists are rarely taken seriously and are referred to as “tree huggers’ or “hippies” – referring to a group of people co ...
Sudanese government forces have carried out indiscriminate bombing and arbitrary detentions and blocked aid to civilians in their battle against rebels in two states, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International said.
We express deep appreciation to the United Nations and various governments and parliaments for their attention to the deteriorating situation in Tibet, and welcome the recent statements of Ms. Navi Pillay, the UN High Commissioner on Human Rights, and Mr. Gary Locke, the U.S. Ambassador to China. We also thank organizations like Amnesty International, Reporters Without Borders, Human Rights Watch, U.S. Congressional Executive Commission on China, etc. for their reporting on Tibet. Let us build on the successful lobbying efforts of 2012 by launching a Solidarity with Tibet Campaign in 2013. Despite our repeated appeals to refrain from drastic actions, the wave of self-immolations continues in Tibet with over 92 Tibetans having set themselves on fire to date - 79 in 2012 including 28 in November alone. The Chinese government has responded with more repressive measures. The Central Tibetan Administration maintains its steadfast efforts to make the current situation in Tibet known to the global community incl ...
Learn how to report violations or Human Rights abuses to organizations such as Amnesty International, Children’s Defense Fund, Human Rights Watch, Action Center and others. Abuses should be reported even if they are not persecuted, as publicity or an investigation can serve as deterrent and have a r...
letter in todays Irish times from friend and colleauge Mark Murphy. A chara, – I first learned of the tragic death of Savita Halappanavar over one week ago. It made me both ashamed and angered to be Irish. Ultimately what angered me most was that this was both a preventable and predictable death. She died because successive governments have neglected to legislate for the 1992 Supreme Court common law ruling, permitting abortion if “real and substantial risk” to the life of the mother is present. She died because my profession have not been sufficient advocates for women in these situations. She died because reportedly she was told we are a “Catholic country” when we are in fact secular. She died because our nation chooses not to listen to Human Rights Watch, the European Court of Justice, Amnesty International and internationally published research (including my own research published in September 2012, in the European Journal of General Practice, highlighting many cases when mothers with real a ...
Vanguard News Amnesty International has charged the military with carrying out summary executions, particularly in the northeast where Boko Haram is based, and Human Rights Watch has said the military could be guilty of Crimes Against Humanity in combating the group. Read more on this story 4 hours ago · · 43 · Like · Share
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Human Rights groups press for Myanmar's government to stop ethnic strife in country's west Published October 27, 2012 Associated Press SITTWE, Myanmar – Western Myanmar appeared calm Saturday after almost a week of deadly ethnic strife, a government spokesman said as Human Rights groups called for action to end the violence that one said it has documented with satellite imagery. Rakhine State spokesman Win Myaing there were no immediate reports of fresh clashes between the Buddhist Rakhine and the Muslim Rohingya communities. State television reported Friday night that 67 people had died, 95 been injured and 2,818 houses were burned down from Sunday through Thursday in seven of the state's townships. Win Myaing had earlier stated the death toll as 112, but later explained that had been a mistaken tally. Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch issued separate statements calling for more government action to protect lives. Human Rights Watch released satellite photos that it said showed extensive de ...
Nadia(10) lost her mom and dad.. the wer killed not by a terrorist, but by the US drones. You wont find Madonna dedicating her a song; nor will you find Amnesty International championing her cause. Indeed, you'll discover that Human Rights Watch has praised the accuracy of the weapon with which her family was incinerated. You'll also find the president of the United States use her tragedy, and the tragedy of many others like her, as a punchline for a joke. And liberal america laughed."(Muhammad Idrees Ahmad) (via Mara Ahmed)
If you're REALLY sick of sanctimonious know-it-alls incessantly criticizing Israel for anything and everything, and proclaiming their judgements high and wide, please READ and SHARE: This is a response I got from some guy for a response I wrote to the YouTube video I just posted : "Do you really think that somehow you can maintain this facade that you are the only victim and that those attempting to harm you have no justification? You are only kidding yourselves. Some of us actually take the time to read the many non-Muslim Human Rights & Humanitarian reports that are published on a regular basis, i.e., Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, The International RedCross, Doctors without Borders, etc... These reports tell a very different story from that which we are given in our mainstream media. You can attempt to discredit some of these organizations by claiming they are "outsiders", but this tactic does not work when you have domestic organizations like BTSelem, and Jewish organizations like Peace No ...
Human Rights in Bangladesh Human Rights in Bangladesh have deteriorated since 2005, the year Bangladesh started to experience a decrease in the level of political stability. 2005 was also the year 400 bombs exploded in 63 of the nation’s 64 districts. This event caused political instability and made Human Rights a sensitive issue in the country. World Human Rights monitoring agencies like Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have deeply criticized the way the government is treating sensitive subjects like Human Rights in a country like Bangladesh. The Bangladeshi security services and military system have also been under scrutiny. International monitoring groups have accused law enforcement agencies in Bangladesh of summary executions, executions that were done outside judicial areas, excessive use of brute force and torture. Also, journalists and reporters that enter the country are intimidated and threatened by the authorities. Every since 2003, security forces have gained some sort of immunit ...
Amnesty International's campaign for the Human Rights of migrants,refugees &asylum-seekers in Europe and at its borders
A formal complaint has been handed over to Amnesty International, Geneva, Human Rights Watch Dog, Geneva against the brutalities of the Govt in PMANE and the unjustified arrest of comrade Thirumurugan Gandhi. We will have series of briefings with other Human Rights groups all over the day. Resistance Prevails!!!
"Soros has built a global empire of networked nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) allegedly promoting "Human Rights," "freedom," "democracy," and "transparency." His Open Society Institute funds amongst many others, Amnesty International (page 10), Global Voices, and Human Rights Watch. In reality these NGOs constitute a modern day network of imperial administrators, undermining national governments around the world and replacing them with a homogeneous "civil society" that interlocks with "international institutions" run from and on behalf of Wall Street and London. And contrary to popular belief, Soros has built this empire, not against "conservative" ambitions, but with their full cooperation. It is difficult to find a cause Soros' Open Society Institute supports that is not also funded, directed, and backed by the US State Department-funded, Neo-Conservative lined National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and its various subsidiaries including Freedom House, the International Republican Institute (IRI) ...
Burma's Rohingya Muslims Is it not our duty to stand up and protest against the sufferings of Myanmar Muslims? Just go through the facts listed below you will get the answer to the above question. As of 2012, 800,000 Muslims (Rohingyas) live in Myanmar (Burma) and the government considers them as resident foreigners. As per the United Nations they are the most victimized minorities of the world. According to Amnesty International, the Rohingyas have long suffered from Human Rights violations and as a result, scores of them immigrated to neighbouring countries for better living conditions. Currently 300,000 Rohingyas live in Bangladesh and 24,000 in Malaysia and 111,000 of them live in the Thai-Myanmar border. The Human Rights Watch considers the denial of the right of citizenship by Government is the most important problem faced by the Rohingyas. Due this they are subject to many abuses, including restrictions on their freedom of movement, discriminatory limitations on access to education and arbitrary co ...
Amnesty International and the Human Rights Watch have protested that instead of stopping the violence by the...
Open Letter to Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch: Kurdish rights activists censored by
Human Rights Watch is none of our country to suggest for the ban of RAB.'Manobadhikar' is a weapon of USA to suppress a developing country.Afganistan e manobadhikar longhito hoy,Irak e manobadhikar longhito hoyese,Guantanamo Bay prison e Geneva Convention longhito hoyese.koi tokhon to Human Rights Watch,Amnesty International er kono bibriti chilo na,tobe ekhon keno?.Our main problem is that we r not united and thats why those so-called superiors get the opportunity easily in every respect
OIC(Oh I see) do something.Amnesty International listen to their plight.Human Rights Watch please castigate this abominable actions against these human beings!UN, USA, EU please divert your attention from Aung San Suu Kyi and take a look at these people who are also from Burma!!!
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch demanded the arrest and prosecution of former president George W. Bush before his appearance at an economic summit in Surrey, British Columbia on October 20th.
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch are, essentially, weapons in the imperial arsenal Via
Where does the ACLU stand on our assassination addiction? What say you, Amnesty International? Any opinion, Human Rights Watch?
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Amnesty International called on the government to end the "mass repression" of Bersih activists.[87][88] Human Rights Watch urged the government to release all detained activists, return confiscated material, and permit the rally to proceed.[89] Deputy Asia director Phil Robertson said "Governments that elected Malaysia to a second term on the UN Human Rights Council might feel duped."[89] The Asia-Europe Peoples' Forum (AEPF), consisting of 120 international NGOs, condemned the Malaysian government for the crackdown on activists.[90] =composed and taken from WIKIPEDIA..LOL
Human Rights Watch accuses NATO of underreport civilian casualties during its airstrikes in Libya.
Spokesman for the family of former Liberian President Charles Taylor, Senator Sande Johnson, said angrily, shortly after the guilty verdict by the ICC: “The Americans and British have succeeded…and it is a clear indication that the blue-eyed boys (Tony Blair and George Bush) have succeeded in their persecution of the people of Liberia. America is going to pay for this crime!” The Taylor family said it would seek redress on the matter (all dailies of April 27, 2012). · Some of the shameless mouthpieces of Western imperialism, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch said the verdict was “incredibly significant, historic and a landmark decision; but it is just the tip of the iceberg and more should come.” These heartless sadists are extremely evil! · A sentence hearing will be held on May 16, 2012, with the sentence to be handed down on May 30, 2012; “Taylor is expected to serve his sentence in a British prison.” · Remember the leaked British dossier? We must never sacrifice our 4 broth ...
Why are Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch not allowed back in Punjab?
Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch & UNICEF all confirm children beaten or hung by their hands & then killed by Assad forces
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