Human Rights Watch

Russia’s 2012 crackdown worst since Soviet era , report

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Authoritarianism increased last year in Russia to levels unseen since the Soviet era with a raft of harsh laws curbing

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Syrian regime denies using cluster bombs

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Syria denied Monday a report that its forces have been using cluster bombs in its civil war. “The General Command

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HRW tells Lebanon:Investigate, punish army attacks on migrants

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Beirut – Lebanon’s judiciary should investigate and prosecute any army and intelligence officials responsible for the beating and serious abuse

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Egypt Court Strikes a Decree Reimposing Martial Law

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An administrative court on Tuesday suspended a decree by the military-led government that authorized soldiers to arrest civilians. The court’s

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Syrian army guilty of ‘war crimes’; HRW

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An international human rights group has accused the Syrian military of committing war crimes just before a ceasefire came into

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Iran rejects UN report on ‘rights abuses’

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Iran has criticised a report by a UN investigator that said human rights abuses in the Islamic republic appear to

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Syria: 39 killed in Daraa on Monday

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Eyewitnesses say that at least 39 people were killed and 70 others wounded on Monday in the southern city of

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Venezuela’s Chavez sides with Syria’s Assad

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Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez lent his support to embattled Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad on Monday, blasting what he called attempts

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U.S. orders some embassy staff, dependents to leave Syria

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The U.S. State Department said on Monday it has ordered some non-essential U.S. embassy officials in Damascus and all embassy

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IBD Editorial: Assad must go

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The U.S. must support pro-democracy movements in Syria, Iran and other places in the Middle East — and not just with words. Yes, that means backing regime change.

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