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Human Rights Watch

Tag Archives | Human Rights Watch

  • Igor Kovalenka/EPA

    Kyrgyzstan’s Moment to Move Past Regional and Ethnic Divides and Realize Unity

  • EPA

    U.S. Shift on ICC and Syria Gives Hope but Skeptics Remain

  • Sharon Tisdale

    The Poverty Incentive: Making the Poor Carry the Refugee Can

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  • Women incarcerated in the Kadhimiyya women’s prison in 2006. Source: Human Rights Watch

    Iraqi Women under Assault

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  • Pictured: Russian activist Mikhail Kosenko is shown incarcerated

    Mikhail Kosenko’s Conviction: A Return to Soviet Punitive Psychiatry

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  • A Free Syrian Army fighter holds his weapon during clashes against Syrian Army soldiers in Saif Al Dawla district, Aleppo, Syria, 15 March 2013.  EPA

    Human Rights Watch: Syrian Rebels Executed Civilians

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  • Fighters from the Free Syrian Army's Tahrir al-Sham brigade fire back at Syrian army during heavy fighting in the Mleha suburb of Damascus on January 26, 2013. Goran Tomasevic/Reuters

    Syria Crisis: UN Members discuss Council Resolution

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  • President Barack Obama participates in a bilateral meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico, June 18, 2012. Pete Souza/White House

    The Putin Reflex: Tangoing on the Corpse of International Law

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  • Rohingya refugees in Myebon, Burma.  Mathias Eick EU/ECHO

    The Plight of the Rohingyas Continues

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  • Tamil demonstrators protest outside the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group meeting in London. Source: Sri Lanka Campaign

    On the Commonwealth, Values and Sri Lanka

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  • Rescue workers carry a victim's body from the collapsed garment factory building in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh.  Source: Bloomberg

    In Bangladesh T-shirts are made with Blood and Tears

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  • French armored vehicles patrol a road as they take part in operation Serval to assist Malian troops to push back an islamist rebel advance, North of Bamako, Mali. Arnaud Roine/EPA

    From Rwanda to Mali: France’s Chequered History in Africa

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  • U.S. Army Spc. Jason Bruno secures an area during an assessment of the local bazaar in the Shah Joy district of Zabul province, Afghanistan, on Dec. 7, 2011

    U.S. Foreign Policy in Central and South Asia

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  • UN Peacekeepers patrol Bunagana in North Kivu province. Sylvain Liechti/UN

    M23, North Kivu and why Rwanda’s Donors Might Hold the Key to Peace

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  • MILLA Project

    Burma Washes Its Hands of the Rohingyas

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  • President George W. Bush and President Paul Kagame shake hands following the dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony to formally open the new United States Embassy in Kigali

    Is Rwanda an African Success Story or a Tarnished Donor Darling?

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  • Dmitry Medvedev at the G8 Summit in Canada. Source: Kremlin Press Office

    Russia unlikely to see Reforms Post-Medvedev

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  • Rethinking U.S.-Mexican Security Cooperation

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  • Reuters

    U.S. to Pursue Joseph Kony

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  • DoD Photo

    Libya’s Next Fight, Overcoming Western Designs

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  • DoD Photo

    The End of Gaddafi, the Beginning of Unknown

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  • Libyans celebrate in former ‘Green Square’ in Tripoli. Photo: Ammar Abd Rabbo

    On Liberation and Libya

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  • DoD Photo

    The U.S. Military and Egypt

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