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Extrajudicial Killing Dims Hopes for Colombia’s Demobilized FARC

Dimar Torres, a demobilized member of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), was shot just outside of Campo Alegre

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Egitto. Il Parlamento approva la nuova costituzione: al Sisi al potere sino al 2030

Subito il referendum di regime. Centrale il ruolo dell’esercito. Human Rights Watch: «Istituzionalizzato l’autoritarismo». Oscurati 34.000 siti internet contro il No delle opposizioni

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Turkey: Mass Prosecution of Lawyers

Misuse of Terrorism Charge Undermines Fair Trial Rights

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Colombia: Veto Could Undermine Accountability

Colombian President Iván Duque’s partial veto of a transitional justice bill could undermine and delay progress toward justice for wartime atrocities

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Colombia: New Army Commanders Linked to Killings

The Colombian government has appointed at least nine officers credibly implicated in extrajudicial executions and other abuses to key positions of the army

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“A Difficult Year in Turkey”? You’re tellin’ me…

International Observatory of Human Rights have added to the long list of the country’s human rights violations in their recent 2018 in Review: Human Rights Violations in Turkey

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Turchia. Tre migranti morti nell’Egeo: la procura chiederà l’ergastolo

Richiesta storica contro i trafficanti: per il procuratore si è trattato di omicidio. Intanto Human Rights Watch pubblica il suo ultimo rapporto sul confine turco-greco: Atene sotto accusa per abusi e deportazioni coatte

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Iran’s Judiciary Threatens Executions for Economic ‘Crimes’

Following the execution of 3 Kurdish activists by Iran on Saturday 8th, here is Human Rights Watch’s August 10 look at the regime’s increasing dependence on the death penalty to address issues within Iranian society

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Burmese Military Murder Campaign INDICTED!

August 25, marked the first anniversary of the most recent assault by the Burmese military (the Tatmadaw), against the Rohingya people as well as other ethnic minorities in northern Myanmar

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Filippine. Nella lista nera del governo leader indigene e relatrici Onu

Il ministero di Giustizia di Manila chiede di dichiarare terroriste 649 persone. Tra loro la Relatrice Onu per i diritti dei popoli indigeni, Vicky Tauli-Corpuz, e Joan Carling, leader della Cordillera Peoples Alliance

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AFRIN: HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH QUESTIONS TURKEY ON CIVILIAN DEATHS

Turkish Armed Forces appear to have failed to take necessary precautions to avoid civilian casualties in three attacks in northwest Syria in late January 2018, Human Rights Watch said today

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Per Ahed Tamimi il giudice militare israeliano vuole il processo a porte chiuse

Territori palestinesi occupati. Il giudice militare Menachem Lieberman ha giustificato la decisione con la necessità di proteggere la minore palestinese, sotto processo per aver schiaffeggiato due soldati

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La Turchia spara sui profughi. Ad Afrin 150 civili uccisi

Siria/Turchia. L’organizzazione HRW denuncia i crimini turchi: uccisi almeno 10 rifugiati al confine

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CIZRE: TWO YEARS ON STILL WAITING

Two years ago, starting on the 13 December 2015, the second siege of Cizre, the predominantly Kurdish town (Cizîr‎) in south east Turkey (Northern Kurdistan), located on the banks of the Tigris River close to the Syrian Border and with a 130,000-strong population, began

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Le donne saudite potranno guidare, ma sono ancora molti i diritti negati

Medioriente. Dall’estate 2018 non solo uomini al volante.  I Saud provano a ripulirsi l’immagine ma la caduta del divieto è merito delle attiviste

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Human Rights Watch: a Calais gas al peperoncino su adulti e bambini inermi

Francia. Rapporto di Human Rights Watch sugli abusi della polizia francese contro i migranti

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Stadi Mondiali 2018 in Russia, violati diritti umani e sindacali

Fischio d’inizio. Confederations Cup, anticipazione dei Mondiali 2018, al via oggi. E Human Rights Watch accusa

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PAIN MANAGEMENT IS A HUMAN RIGHT – BUT NOT FOR ALL

56 years ago, in 1961, an international treaty, the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs “obligated countries to work towards universal access to the narcotic drugs necessary to alleviate pain and suffering

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