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  • Tajikistan : Journalist’s Conviction a Mockery of Rights

    14 juillet 2018, par Human Rights Watch
    Expand Khayrullo Mirsaidov, a well-respected independent journalist in Tajikistan, was arrested on December 5, 2017, after publicly appealing to Tajikistan’s president about alleged local authority corruption. ©Radio Ozodi/Tajik Service of Radio Free Europe (Bishkek) – A court in Tajikistan on (...)
  • US : Government Has Planted Spy Phones With Suspects

    13 juillet 2018, par Human Rights Watch
    Expand Excerpt from 2014 court document describing US Drug Enforcement Administration's undercover distribution of compromised phones. © 2018 Human Rights Watch (Washington, DC) – United States law enforcement has used undercover distributions of phones to monitor suspects’ activities, raising (...)
  • East African Bishops Should Support Education for Pregnant Teens

    13 juillet 2018, par Human Rights Watch
    Expand “Angela,” 20, walks with her son near her home after returning from school in Migori county, western Kenya. She is a Form 4 student at a girls-only school. Angela became pregnant when her trainee teacher offered to pay some of her primary school fees in return for sex. Her father tried to (...)
  • East African Bishops Should Support Education for Pregnant Teens

    13 juillet 2018, par Human Rights Watch
    Expand “Angela,” 20, walks with her son near her home after returning from school in Migori county, western Kenya. She is a Form 4 student at a girls-only school. Angela became pregnant when her trainee teacher offered to pay some of her primary school fees in return for sex. Her father tried to (...)
  • Cambodia : Military, Police Campaigning for Ruling Party

    13 juillet 2018, par Human Rights Watch
    Expand A supporter of the ruling Cambodian People's Party (CPP) uses a mobile phone to photograph a portrait of CPP president Hun Sen during an election campaign in Phnom Penh, Cambodia on July 7, 2018. © 2018 Reuters/Samrang Pring (New York) – Cambodian military officers, gendarmes, and police (...)
  • UN Security Council Cannot Ignore New Crimes in South Sudan

    13 juillet 2018, par Human Rights Watch
    “How can I forget the sight of an old man whose throat was slit with a knife before being set afire?” a 14-year-old girl was quoted as saying in a new United Nations report, laying bare the suffering of South Sudan’s civilians at the hands their own government. The report, by the Office of the (...)
  • UN Security Council Imposes Arms Embargo on South Sudan

    13 juillet 2018, par Human Rights Watch
    UPDATE: On July 13, 2018, the UN Security Council voted to adopt a resolution extending the sanctions regime in South Sudan, imposing sanctions on two additional individuals and for the first time imposing a globally enforceable arms embargo on weapons sales and transfers to the country. (New (...)
  • Thai Court Acquits Migrant Workers of Defamation

    12 juillet 2018, par Human Rights Watch
    Expand A worker tends to chickens at a farm in Thailand. © 2007 Sukree Sukplang / Reuters In an important verdict for the protection of labor rights and freedom of expression in Thailand, a magistrates court in Bangkok on Wednesday acquitted 14 Burmese migrant workers of criminal defamation (...)
  • India Invites Bids to Create Sex Offenders Registry

    12 juillet 2018, par Human Rights Watch
    The Indian government’s plan to develop a national registry of sexual offenders is raising a slew of concerns, from data breaches to violations of privacy protections, including for individuals who were never convicted of a sexual offense. Expand Schoolgirls participate in a protest rally (...)
  • Antigua and Barbuda : Barbudans Fighting for Land Rights

    12 juillet 2018, par Human Rights Watch
    Expand A man walks down a street at Codrington on the island of Barbuda, October 7, 2017. © 2017 Reuters (Washington, DC) – A draft law before the Antigua and Barbuda Senate would deprive Barbudans of communal land where they have lived for generations, Human Rights Watch said today. The Antigua (...)

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